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These were snapped earlier in the afternoon as “Friday Night Lights” actress Minka Kelly looked comfortably sexy while shopping in Melrose. Certain nosy members of the papz dug around & discovered that Minka stopped off at the Sportie L.A. store on Melrose to shop for shoes. And, on an unrelated note, following a quick review of Minka’s upcoming projects on her Wiki page revealed that the 32-year-old hottie has a role in “Paranormal Activity 4,” the latest film in the long-running series. Can’t believe there’s another one…
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Kendall Jenner scored a guest appearance on CBS’s Hawaii Five-O and is currently in Honolulu for filming following the recent visit to Oahu by the one and only Bai Ling for her guest spot. We’re not sure what her role will be but the episode is due to air in October. Yes, Kendall is still only 16 years old with her 17th birthday coming up in November. This is technically her acting debut unless you consider this clip from Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Season One…get ready to waste 6 minutes of your life or skip to about halfway.
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We’re pretty sure supermodel Candice Swanepoel made a nice chunk of change in appearance fees for hitting up the Fashion Festival Liverpool held inside a big mall in Mexico City. Let’s hope Candi can get her ass out of Mexico without getting kidnapped & gang raped by the country’s crazy drug cartel members. Although, we’re pretty sure if the cartel ever got their slimy hands on Candice, they’d be very gentle.
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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley arrived to launch her lingerie range ‘Rosie for Autograph’ at M&S in London. It’s Rosie’s first time to design and the collection can be described as vintage-inspried. Interested in checking out the collection? Visit the Mark and Spencer website where Rosie shows off the collection.
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“Steve Jobs’ India connection goes back to 1973 when as a 18-year-old backpacker, he visited the country with Dan Kottke after both friends dropped out of Reed College in Portland, Oregon. The duo wanted to visit the ashram of Indian mystic, Neem Karoli Baba but when they got there, they found that the mystic had died a year earlier.”[THR]
I admit that I was as disappointed as everyone else when they announced that Ashton Kutcher of all people was going to be playing Steve Jobs in the first movie about the pioneering tech guru. But the first images of him on location in India have made their way to the net, thanks to the snapshot crazy fans in Delhi who caught the actor filming scenes where the real Jobs was supposed to have gone in search of spiritual enlightenment (he later famously credited LSD with freeing up his mind).
What do you think? Does this at all assuage your doubts about Kutcher playing the role? Or is this just another case of classic Hollywood tone-deaf casting?
The Possession joins the long line of Hollywood movies inspired by the 1980s classic The Exorcist, though to be fair it has more in common with that forgotten 1985 animated classic from Disney, The Black Cauldron (at least in terms of it primary plot device). The cauldron in that tale (based on the series by Lloyd Alexander) was used to entomb the demonic soul of a king so evil that even the gods feared him. Whoever possessed the cauldron would possess the power to raise the dead and form an army of unkillable soldiers that would do their master’s bidding without thought or feeling. Needless to say, this was rather too frightening a concept for a Disney animated feature and the movie has since become all but forgotten (except by film critics like your truly and the likes of Tim Burton and Jeffrey Katzenberg).
The same concept of objects housing evil spirits is used to chilling effect in the new film The Possession, except that this time the demon inside is a “dybbuk”, a dispossessed soul of a dead being that (in Hebrew) works malevolently to possess the unfortunate mortal who has unleashed it from the object that houses it. The unfortunate soul in this case is a little girl named Emily whose parents (played by Kyra Sedgwick and Jeffrey Dean Morgan) have recently gotten a divorce. Emily and her sister are staying with their father for the weekend when he decides he needs help creating a home for his girls . . . so he takes them to a local garage sale where they make the seemingly innocent purchase of a dark wood box with an inscription on the front written in Hebrew.
The movie claims to be inspired by a real life story, though naturally the skeptic in me has serious doubts about what may actually have transpired. Regardless, Emily opens the box and is soon possessed by the dybbuk, which leads her to all sorts of bizarre and extreme behaviors that have her family deeply worried. Eventually, they take her to a Jewish professor who knows a thing or two about dybbuks and aid arrives in the form of a rabbi’s young son who believes he can exorcise the dybbuk from Emily’s body.
The plot is standard possession horror movie stuff, but the treatment is what makes the movie work as well as it does. Nothing feels forced or overtly supernatural. In fact, until well into the second half, the action is played with utter realism and makes the final act that much more palatable. A late entry into the summer movie season, but definitely one of the better ones.
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As you guys know, Amanda Seyfried’s been screwing around in NYC over the past week & her companion, regardless of whether she’s going for a jog with her dog Flynn or a walk down the street to grab groceries, has been the same dude. We’re gonna assume he’s not her bodyguard, but you never know these days with these ex-Mosad agents becoming bodyguards for A-List Hollywood celebs.