7 items from 2013
When it comes to music, Katy Perry can pretty much do it all.The 28-year-old just released her latest single, "Walking on Air" which has a super '90s vibe -- and we like it!Check out her new song above!While Perry's new album, Prism, doesn't go on sale until Oct. 22, she's been dropping teasers and tracks from it over the last few months. From "Roar" to "Dark Horse" and now "Walking on Air" -- we're definitely digging Katy's latest records. Doesn't her new single sound like it could have been used in "A Night At the Roxbury"? We can totally picture Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan rocking out to this in the club!What do you think of Katy's new song? Tell toofab in the comment section below! Read more »
- tooFab Staff
A Night at the Roxbury celebrates its 15th anniversary next month, and let's just say that Haddaway's "What Is Love" hasn't been the same since its release. Will Ferrell Chris Kattan play privileged heirs to a fake plant empire by day and Richard Grieco-praising club rats by night in the SNL-spinoff that we still quote to this day. Look over our favorite lines and let us know what your favorites are! "I was like, Emilioooooooo!" - Steve "So, you guys wanna make out or what?" - Doug "Did you just grab my ass?" - Mr. Zadir »
- Maggie Pehanick
When you get tired of using Ron Swanson wisdom as your Aim away messages, head to Etsy, where plenty of eager stitchers are just waiting to sew you up a permanent wall hanging. For example, you can stitch-brag that you've watched all five seasons of Friday Night Lights or that your favorite character from Bob's Burgers is (duh) Tina to anyone who enters your bathroom. All of these wonderful hangings are for sale now, so support your local craftsperson and don't forget to always leave a note.From Friday Night Lights, by monkeyandsquirrel From Arrested Development, by ErinMaeOriginals From Parks and Recreation, by BananyaStand From Pulp Fiction, by FunWithNeedles From Elf, by notsomodernmillie From Labyrinth, by designsbydayzi From Pee-Wee's Big Adventure, by Moxiedoll From Waiting for Guffman, by GraceyMay From Clueless, by Stitchculture From Arrested Development, by aliciawatkins From A Night at The Roxbury, by Heartificial From Bob's Burgers, by »
- Lindsey Weber
It's been more than a decade since the 1990s ended, yet the Internet can't seem to go a day without a reminder of the neon slap bracelets that may have been banned from your school.
Yes, we get it. Times are tough and there's comfort in reflection, but enough is enough.
Below, a final goodbye to the 90s to end the nostalgia once and for all. (We're not kidding. There are 1990 items below.)
2. "The Wild Thornberries"
3. Dawson and Joey
5. Mr. Feeny
7. MTV playing music videos
9. The premiere of "Freaks and Geeks"
10. Levar Burton
13. "The Powerpuff Girls"
14. "Smart Guy"
15. Comedy Central globe logo with buildings
16. "The X-Files"
17. Rosie O'Donnell
18. Bill Nye
19. "Dawson's Creek"
20. The Mighty Ducks"
21. "Are You Afraid of the Dark"
23. Rachel Green
24. Tim Allen
25. "All That"
26. "Beverly Hills 90210"
27. "Step by Step"
28. "The Ren & Stimpy Show"
29. "The Famous Jett Jackson"
30. "Buffy the Vampire Slayer »
- The Huffington Post
Melissa McCarthy is the hottest name in comedy right now — even hotter than the boys.
With Fox’s “The Heat” scoring an impressive $39 million Stateside debut this weekend, the comedic actress proved she can not only compete in a mostly male-driven genre, she’s capable of dominating it.
“The Heat,” co-starring Sandra Bullock, easily won the weekend’s face-to-face standoff with Sony’s male duo actioner, “White House Down,” which disappointed with $24.9 million. But the comparisons for McCarthy to other comedies and their male stars go much deeper than this weekend’s direct B.O. showdown alone.
Looking at the first few breakout hits for such male stars including Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Jason Bateman, Seth Rogen and Jonah Hill, and it’s clear McCarthy is doing it better. The first two films in which she starred — “Bridesmaids,” for which she received an Academy Award nomination, and “The Identity Thief” — became hugely successful Stateside, »
- Andrew Stewart
The actor is being honored by the MTV Movie Awards tonight at 9Pm/8C with the Comedic Genius Award. While Will Ferrell is obviously deserving of an award that honors his comedic chops, we think that it’s just as appropriate to give some shine to his sexiest moments on film. We’ve pulled together the best moments that would challenge any nominee of the award for Best Shirtless Performance. Move over, Channing!
1. Saturday Night Live: Sculpture Class (1998)
In this hilarious skit about a sculpture class, Will plays a homeless nude model much to the students dismay. As he hulks in front of the class (and bares his rear a couple of times) he suddenly feels an urge… “Uh oh, mighty Kong has woken from his slumber!” Sexy!
2. A Night At The Roxbury (1998)
In the SNL skit-turned-movie, Ferrell plays one-half of the “Roxbury guys” who enjoy frequenting La nightclubs. »
- Stacy Lambe
The following article is provided by Rolling Stone.
By Erik Hedegaard
Last night, just as he was going to sleep, Will Ferrell started worrying about ghosts. Like, what if, right now, a ghost wafted into the room and said, "Hi"? What should he say back? And, more importantly, if it's a hostile ghost, what action should he take next? Lie still? Move? He was staying in a rented house in New Orleans. He started planning an escape route, but drifted off in the middle of it. Then, at 5:50 a.m., he awoke, untroubled and unperturbed by any bad mojo or evil spirits. In fact, he didn't have a single thought in his head. You would think there would be a million thoughts bouncing around in there. For instance, he could be pondering the movie he is making here, a political comedy called The Campaign. Or about any of his other far-flung ventures, »
7 items from 2013
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