Clare Kramer Celebrates Sky’s First Month Birthday

On January 16, 2014, in Celeb, by ayesha

Posted: January 16, 2014 by Lisa Estall Buffy the Vampire Slayer alum Clare Kramer recently posted a photo via Instagram of her baby boy Sky LynLee Keathley. Holding her crying son she wrote: “Happy 1 month birthday baby Sky!” The actress/producer and her husband Brian Keathley welcomed their fourth child on Dec. 11

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer alum Clare Kramer recently posted a photo via Instagram of her baby boy Sky LynLee Keathley. Holding her crying son she wrote: “Happy 1 month birthday baby Sky!”

The actress/producer and her husband Brian Keathley welcomed their fourth child on Dec. 11. The couple already have daughters Gavin, 5, and River, 3, and son Hart, 19 months.

US Weekly reported the baby weighted 8 pounds 11 ounces upon arrival. Sky’s middle name is a tribute to Brian’s late sister who passed away in September 2013. Keathley is a writer and producer who has worked with Kramer on the show Take Five.

The pair founded entertainment website GeekNation in 2012.

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Last Lap: What’s Got Kristen Stewart Shaking In Her Boots?

On January 15, 2014, in Article, Celeb, eBooks, Entertainment, Movies, Music, Sports, Videos, by nadia

Who’s up for a Razzie this year?

Kristen Stewart

Who’s up for a Razzie this year? George Clooney pulls an epic prank on Matt Damon, and Lena Dunham hints at how Girls might end.

  • Kristen Stewart has done love stories before, but her next romantic film role has her “terrified.” The actress admitted that her part in Equals feeds into such a deep narrative, she’s not completely sure she can pull it off. We’re here to encourage you, K. Stew! [PopSugar]
  • Now that award season is totally upon us, we can’t forget about the Golden Raspberry Awards — though the nominees probably want to. So, who’s “leading” this year’s pack of bad films? Grown Ups 2 is the standout, with eight Razzie nominations. Ouch. [Los Angeles Times]
  • As hot as George Clooney is, we’re not sure if we’d want him as a pal, given his proclivity for pranks. Matt Damon talked about how George totally messed with his head while they were filming The Monuments Men. Apparently, Matt thought he was packing on some pounds, but George’s devious ways were behind the whole thing. [E!]
  • We’re already hooked on season three of Girls! So, where does Lena Dunham see her fierce foursome eventually ending up? [MTV News]

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David O. Russell Isn’t The Only Celeb To Make A Terrible Slavery Analogy

On January 14, 2014, in Article, Celeb, eBooks, Entertainment, Movies, Music, Videos, by nadia

View Photo Gallery “I’m going to get in so much trouble for saying that.” Truer words were never spoken. That was David O


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“I’m going to get in so much trouble for saying that.” Truer words were never spoken. That was David O. Russell after complaining to the a New York Daily News correspondent that Jennifer Lawrence’s time commitment to the Hunger Games franchise “talk about 12 years of slavery, that’s what the franchise is.” Since the quote circulated today, the American Hustle director has issued a statement of apology. But not before we decided to look back into recent history to see who else has been ill-advised in their references to our country’s worst sin.

“Clearly, I used a stupid analogy in a poor attempt at humor,” Russell’s statement said. “I realized it the minute I said it and I’m truly sorry.”

We bet that Sarah Palin, Lauryn Hill, Adrian Peterson, Wendy Williams and Nia Long also regret comparing lesser plights to slavery — if only because of the public outcry immediately after their quotes came out. The metaphor — which is in close competition with the Holocaust for terrible comparisons — sure does have a headline-making impact. How about we retire both of these and reach into our old history books for some more apt descriptions.

“Talk about the Stamp Act of 1765″ has a great ring to it!

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