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Since we’re not shoe experts, maybe one of you ladies can help us classify Vanessa’s shoes. Do those babies fall into the wedge category or are those ankle boots or maybe just freaky-looking lace-up shoes? Whatever the case, you can tell Vanessa just bought them & desperately wanted to show them off to the papz. Since she probably Googles herself (like every other Hollywood celeb), maybe she’ll find this post and read Skillgan’s opinion (HIGHLY DOUBTFUL since all our posts are on page 30+ on Google and also b/c Vanessa despises us).
These latest photos were snapped earlier today the former Disney starlet-turned naughty up & coming star stopped off at a Unocal 76 for gas before hitting up Milk Studios for a photo shoot.
Aside from “Spring Breakers,” Vanessa’s next film set to hit theaters is the drama “Gimme Shelter,” which is an indy flick written & directed by Ron Krauss and stars Brendan Fraser, Rosario Dawson & James Earl Jones. The film will hit theaters (probably limited release) on November 8. As one of the main character, Vanessa takes up the role of a pregnant teenager who runs away from her abusive mother (Rosario Dawson) and traces her real father (Brendan Fraser). Don’t know about you drones, but This sounds like a film that should be screening at film festivals as opposed to “Spring Breakers,” but we won’t complain too much. Anyway, here’s some plot action:
16 year old street-wise Apple (Vanessa Hudgens) has never had an easy life. Her mother, June Bailey (Rosario Dawson), is an addict and prostitute, is verbally and physically abusive, and is grooming her daughter to follow in her footsteps. Apple knows the streets, alleys and motels like the back of her hand but wants more from her life. She possesses a tenacious, tough, indomitable spirit, and will not surrender to fate. Apple runs away from her mother and tracks down her father whom she has never known, as he was only 19 when he got Apple’s mother pregnant. Apple begs her now Wall Street Broker father, Tom Fitzpatrick (Brendan Fraser), to take her in. In the few days under her father’s care, she learns she’s become pregnant by a kid from the streets she met on the train, who now wants nothing to do with her. She is forced to leave her father’s home because of her choice to give birth to the baby she is carrying.
Apple runs away again, and is eventually taken under the wing of Father McCarthy (James Earl Jones), the chaplain of the local hospital after almost getting herself killed. He offers to let Apple live at a shelter for pregnant young women run by a spiritual woman named Kathy (Ann Dowd). It is here that Apple begins to tentatively interact with the other girls who are in the same predicament as she and gradually begins to make a family for herself. Source
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