6:30 pm, April 5th | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s EOD roundup, we learn that HBO is planning an “intimate portrait” of acclaimed writer/director Nora Ephron. The project, titled Everything is Copy, will be co-produced and directed by Ephron’s son Jacob Bernstein, a journalist. If this news doesn’t give you the warm and fuzzies, you’re either a) not a living human being or b) that guy who lives on my block and shouts at any dogs that pass his apartment window and he’s pretty much dead inside anyway.
6:30 pm, March 22nd | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s EOD roundup, we needed The Atlantic’s proof that Ryan Gosling isn’t taking a break from acting like a hyperventilating person needs a paper bag. Call off the candlelit vigil, ladies — the forecast is hot with a 85 percent chance of Gosling.
6:30 pm, February 8th | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s EOD roundup, we aim to entertain you while you are trapped in the wintry paw of Snowbacca. If the doom and gloom has caused you to miss out dapper gentlemen-watching at New York Fashion Week, check out our new favorite tumblr, Menswear Dog. When this shiba inu serves us Ryan Gosling, he serves it well.
6:30 pm, January 15th | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s EOD roundup, everyone has been talking about the new Facebook feature that was launched earlier today. Called “Graph Search,” the search engine is basically your technological best friend, pouring you another glass of wine as you insult your ex’s new vacation photos that were previously so hard to find.
6:30 pm, January 11th | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s EOD Roundup, it’s Friday and you know what that means — less railing against the patriarchy and more Ryan Gosling!
6:30 pm, December 20th | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s EOD roundup, the apocalypse really is nigh: National Geographic has announced that its suspending its Instagram use due to the platform’s new terms of service.
10:30 am, November 12th | by Laura Donovan
Listen. I’m overly optimistic about most things. Given that superhero/actor/Godsend Ryan Gosling has actually saved lives before, I still hold out for the day in which I trip on the sidewalk and he catches my fall with one arm. The other hand, of course, will be holding puppies. I know it’s going to happen sooner or later, so I’d like to honor the Canadian on his birthday with some amazing memes from the Feminist Ryan Gosling Tumblr page, which inspired a book because he’s just that incredible. Happy 32nd birthday, Gosling, and by all means, marry me.
2:45 pm, August 15th | by Laura Donovan
Remember the days when finding someone attractive didn’t involve creating memes about it on the Internet? Things are much more complicated now, as MSNBC host Rachel Maddow knows all too well. The TV anchor recently devoted an entire segment of her show to explaining the evolution of the “Hey Girl, It’s Paul Ryan” movement, which has since inspired the manifestation of “Paul Ryan Gosling.”
12:30 pm, July 3rd | by Laura Donovan
Go ahead and laugh, but I feel very lucky that iconic romance “The Notebook” hit theaters the year I turned 16. It showed me what I wanted in relationships, and anything less than Allie and Noah’s dynamic just wouldn’t cut it. R. Kelly, who is 21 years my senior, was much older than I upon seeing the movie for the first time and divorced his wife of 12 years because he felt his marriage lacked the special connection the drama’s main characters have.
11:30 am, June 19th | by Laura Donovan
Everyone has an opinion on E.L. James’s sexy “Fifty Shades” series, and people have been especially vocal about their thoughts on who should play main characters Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele in the film adaptation. I’m on Team Ian Somerhalder for the role of Grey, but I don’t understand many other lead suggestions. “American Psycho” writer Bret Easton Ellis has said he wants to work on the movie, but his actor preferences were downright bizarre: Lena Dunham, Scarlett Johansson, or Kristen Stewart to portray naive recent college grad Steele. He either hasn’t read the trilogy or just wants attention because those ladies, although lovely as can be, are not right for the part. Here are some suggestions that must go ignored.