*This is a sponsored post on behalf of Olay. All opinions are my own.* I had the best skin as a teenager. Not trying to brag or anything, but real talk, it was glowy. No dryness, no redness, no oiliness, no blemishes, no discolorations, no acne. Did you read that? I spent the majority of my teenager years almost entirely acne free. Sure, I had
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When it comes to Marvel superhero movies, I feel like there are two types of people: true fans and people who I don’t get at all. For those of you who are in the true Marvel fans category, you probably already know that Avengers: Infinity War Blu-ray is set to be released today! Chances are also that, if you’re a true fan, you’re seriously looking
In my mind, movie directors are these beret wearing dudes clad, head to toe, in black, rocking a pair of patent leather kicks, sans socks. They’re the kind of dudes who speak of themselves in the third person, always look bothered when you approach them, and carry around a massive book they probably aren’t really reading, written ages before electricity was a thing. So, you
I was invited to join Disney in Los Angeles for the Christopher Robin movie premier and press junket earlier this month. I had the opportunity to experience a star-studded red carpet premier and interview talented members of the Christopher Robin film cast, including Jim Cummings, the voice actor who plays Winnie the Pooh and Tigger, Hayley Atwell who’s cast as Evelyn Robin, Christopher’s wife, and
I love superheroes. Love. Love. Love. I have gone to the movies to see every single film in the Marvel Universe up to Avengers: Infinity War since the very first film in the franchise, Iron Man, was released. That is 19 movies. About superheroes. That I have paid to watch on the big screen. And, I can’t even blame my sons for it because it’s
Hayley Atwell walked into the press room for our interview sparkling. Her midi skirt, one I wish I’d had the courage to ask where she got it, was made of large golden sequins, and her shoes where covered with golden flecks of glitter that reminded me of something Cinderella would wear. She had a smile to match and was glowy and shiny from head to
I prepared for my interview with Jim Cummings, the voice of Winnie the Pooh in Disney’s Christopher Robin, like all the rest: by skimming his Wikipedia entry. I know it’s not the standard method and that many people do countless hours of research and background work so they can go into an interview with the hard hitting, one-of-a-kind questions, but I’m just not that writer.