Re: The Rise and Fall of Charm in American Men
May 23, 2013
Its like they don't teach 'Lysistrata' anymore. Its a market economy. If 'charm' wins girls, then men will learn 'charm'. My observation is that girls want emotional withholding. It brings 'em running every time. By the time they are women, they realize emotional withholding is BS, but by then many of them are married to the guy they had to work to get. There's also the lowest common denominator. Movies, particularly the romantic comedies where these smooth operators would appear, are not geared towards the bookish wordplay set. Its all pratfalls and sight gags and high school humor. And there's also the death of the romantic movie. Charmers like this need a romantic movie, but romances don't sell like the used to, and the focal character is not the man (usually), its the harried professional twenty- or thirty-something played by Jennifer Garner, Amy Adams, or Katherine Heigl and her male counterpart is an unpolished blue collar guy. I did just think of a charmer. Ryan Reynolds in The...
Celebrity Scandals: Gossip Center: Jennifer Garner Talks Pregnancy, Baby Gender with Ellen
September 24, 2011
Celebrity Scandals: Gossip Center Jennifer Garner Talks Pregnancy, Baby Gender with Ellen Sep 24th 2011, 23:22 Tending to her all-important motherly duties, Jennifer Garner was spotted taking her daughter Violet to ballet class in Santa Monica, California on Saturday (September 24). The expecting actress strolled hand-in-hand with her eldest child, showing off her still small yet growing baby bump in a white shirt topped with a red buttondown sweater and jeans. The outing comes just after Miss Garner taped an appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" - with the episode set to air on Tuesday, September 27th. Talking about her third pregnancy with the talk show host, Jen dished, "The first trimester is just yuck,. Kind of an all day sickness. But after that, [this pregnancy] is not a big thing except there is one big thing. And that is, my bottom." She added, "You know how once you have kids you never ever pee by yourself again? At least one of them is always in there with you at all...
Video: Jennifer Garner Talks Baby Names, Thongs, and Ben's Sweet Side on Ellen
September 24, 2011
Jennifer Garner told Ellen that Violet and Seraphina have some great ideas for baby names, like "Daisy Duck Affleck," during an interview that will air on Monday. Jennifer also shared a funny story about Violet's thoughts about thongs and revealed that husband Ben Affleck is very good at playing baby doll with his two daughters. As for baby number three? Jennifer comes from a family of three girls so would be happy with that, though knows Ben would be excited for a little boy too. Check out the preview from Jennifer's chat with Ellen!