I’m out of words at the moment after watching the new music video from Alex Cameron and the song “Stranger’s Kiss” which was directed by our Jemima and she also stars in it – I’m amazed! Such an great video and I’m so proud of Jemima! The song itself is really good as well, gonna walk around with it on repeat in my ears. Enjoy!
A really new cool music video with Jemima and this time it’s for Mick Jagger’s new song “Gotta Get A Grip”. Be sure to watch it!
View new clips that will be featured on the DVD’s that are released soon!
Girls may have ended its six-season run on HBO in the US back in April, but that doesn’t mean we have to say goodbye to the characters just yet.
After all, we still have the complete season six DVD box set to relive first, complete with all the special features and extra content that brings.
And although Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) didn’t appear too often in the series’ final run, Digital Spy has two exclusive clips from one of the Blu-ray and DVD’s bonus features, entitled ‘Favourite Moments: Shoshanna Supercut’, that reminds us just how brilliant the character has been from the start.
Both of these clips are taken from the show’s first season in 2012, with the first clip detailing the moment Shoshanna told Marnie (Allison Williams) that she is still a virgin as they wait in a woman’s clinic for Hannah (Lena Dunham) to get an STD test.
The second clip is also taken from Girls‘ early days, with Shoshanna embarking on the difficult task of persuading Hannah and Jessa (Jemima Kirke) of the virtues of her self-help book Listen Ladies: A Tough Love Approach to the Tough Game of Love.
Girls: The Complete Sixth Season DVD boxset will be released on DVD on Monday, July 24 and unite the series stars Dunham, Williams, Kirke, Mamet, Alex Karpovsky, Adam Driver, Andrew Rannells, Ebon Moss-Bachrach and Jake Lacy for one final run of the characters muddling through life in their 20s.
Joining the Shoshanna Supercut on the DVD extras are supercuts for Hannah, Jessa and Marnie too, as well as a two-part special called Girls: A Goodbye to Girls.
And if that’s not enough of the TV phenomenon to satisfy you now the series has ended for good, there’s always that thought of the Girls movie to keep you going – whenever it eventually happens.
The clip seems to be from June 25 but it’s a fun interview with our Jemima! 🙂
The Guardian has reviewed The Little Hours and gave the movie 3 out 5 stars. I can’t wait to see this movie!
Read the review and watch the trailer below:
Rather like 2011’s Your Highness, the initial gimmick proudly, even boastfully, revealed in The Little Hours is based on the notion that medieval characters can be just as puerile as their contemporary counterparts. Within seconds of the titles ending, 14th-century nuns are swearing, shouting, vandalizing and attacking any local man naive enough to look their way. But the test here – and it’s one that Danny McBride’s misjudged comic fantasy failed at – is whether the film can sustain itself beyond mere shock value.
It’s Garfagnana, 1347 and at a remote convent, where three young nuns are all struggling with the restrictions of their setting. Fernanda (Aubrey Plaza) is sour-faced, curse-spewing and trouble-making; Alessandra (Alison Brie) has been forced by her rich father to choose a life of embroidery and celibacy over romance; and Geneva (Kate Micucci) is a sexually confused and desperately bored gossip. After handsome young gardener Massetto (Dave Franco) starts working alongside them, their behavior spirals out of control.
It’s difficult not to gain at least a smidgen of pleasure from seeing Plaza – finally finding her big-screen footing with this and pitch-black Instagram comedy Ingrid Goes West – as a foul-mouthed nun causing mayhem. It’s hardly a stretch, playing into her skill for eye-rolling comic turns, but she remains for now an unusually compelling presence, her constant death stare and endless flow of fucks wonderfully contrasted with the primness of her habit.