Kristen Stewart broke her streak of wearing see-through outfits at “Twilight” premieres following Los Angeles & London. The scandal-ridden starlet was on the red carpet at the Madrid premiere alongside co-stars Taylor Lautner & Robert Pattinson, this time opting for a short yellow dress that beautifully showcased her long legs.
You guys aren’t exactly the right demographic for this, but by the time most of you bastards see this, it’ll be Friday morning, so who saw the first showing of “Twilight” late last night? You can tell us, don’t be ashamed…
Here are a couple awkward interviews w/ Kristen Stewart about her experience filming:
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Pictured: Miranda Kerr, Russell James & Nicole Trunfio
Apologies for totally missing this event, but Australian supermodels Miranda Kerr & Nicole Trunfio were at the Raw Spirit – Fire Tree fragrance oil & Nomad Two Worlds foundation’s book launch event held at ABC Carpet & Home in NYC this past Monday. The store is located on 888 Broadway (b/n E. 18th & 19th streets).
Australia’s Nomad Two Worlds Foundation have launched a limited edition fragrance oil to raise funds for the Nyoongar community – an Indigenous Australian people who live in the south-west corner of Western Australia. The fragrance is named “Raw Spirit – Fire Tree” and is described as “a unique blend of Australian Sandalwood and the rare oil of the Australian Fire Tree.” The company say that “These smoky wood base notes intermingle with clean, fresh, almost lilac top notes and a sweet, spicy heart, uniquely adapting to each person who wears it.”
Only dead fronds of the fire tree are collected to extract the oil for the fragrance making it both an ecologically sustainable and wild harvested product.
Mayra Veronica attended the XIII Annual Latin Grammy Person Of The Year at MGM Grand Garden Arena at MGM Grand Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. Mayra showed off her curves and big ol’ round booty at the event which was a tribute to Caetano Veloso. Needless to say we didn’t do our research on the actual event and spent more time checking out the side view booty shot and giving Mayra our OW! approval.
“Lincoln was a lawyer who had a profound belief in the conviction that government was a great blessing for humanity, and certainly wouldn’t have read Ayn Rand. He wouldn’t have had any interest.”[THR]
He may be the United States’ greatest Republican president, but even he wouldn’t want to be Team Romney. So say two of the most renowned experts on the life and presidency of Abraham Lincoln, Doris Kearns Goodwin and Lincoln screenwriter Tony Kushner. Kushner claims in a recent interview that Lincoln would definitely be a Democrat in today’s political world, stating, “He was a progressive, centrist candidate who believed in government, taxation, created the federal income tax, created the federal bank, created the draft, believed in a strong federal government and believed in equality, believed that the government had a role to play in protecting in minorities from the majority and tyranny.”
Kearns Goodwin also agrees, saying, “He also believed government had a role in helping people rise to the level of their talent in their discipline, that sort of equal opportunity role, in that sense he might find the principles of the Democrats congenial.”
What, Abe, no trans-vaginal probes on your agenda? What would the “legitimate rape” guys have to say about their historical hero? I shudder to think how they would try to “redefine” this one.
Both ladies were on opposite coasts of the country, Miranda in NYC & Ale in L.A., hanging w/ their baby-dolls yesterday afternoon as they worked their mojo.
Miranda Kerr was seen, once again, holding Flynn as she catwalked to Milk Studios in NYC for a photo shoot. As always, the 29-year-old Australian model was impeccably styled from head to toe, even though we’re pretty sure this is her “just-got-up-&-walked-out-the-door” look.
Her equally sexy Victoria’s Secret co-worker Alessandra Ambrosio was seen running around with her daughter Anja at a park in Los Angeles while at the same time being filmed for an upcoming interview. Anja, who turned four earlier this summer, is Ale’s first child, with her second, a son named Noah, born back in early May of this year.
Even though the poll is somewhat creepy, we’re still interested in the results. For all the horndoggs in the audience, we gotta stress that you keep in mind that you’re voting on your fantasy mom & not your fantasy girlfriend/sex partner.
No surprise, it’s another post for Breaking Dawn 2. This time Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner attended a photocall in Madrid at the Villa Magna Hotel. So be on the lookout for photos from the premiere later. Anyways, we’ve got abba’s review of the film in preparation for the its release this Friday, November 16th. As we continue to plug: Be sure to check out all over posts for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2. Visit the Breaking Dawn official website for more info.
As if you already didn’t know the plot…
After being brought back from near-death by Edward after childbirth, Bella begins her new life as a vampire and mother to their daughter, Renesmee. But when Irina, a member of the Denali coven, misidentifies Renesmee as a immortal child, a human infant who has been bitten and transformed into a vampire, to the Volturi, they set out to battle and destroy the Cullens for their betrayal. In a final attempt to survive, the Cullens begin to gather foreign Vampire clans and nomads to stand and witness against the Volturi, including the Denali, the Amazonian, the Egyptian, the Irish and Romanian Covens, with European and American nomads. With their allies, the Cullens and the Wolf Pack stand to prove their innocence to the Volturi once and for all. [Wiki]
Georgie Salpa collected a paycheck as she turned on the Christmas lights on the Jeanie Johnston ship for a Captain Morgan liquor event in Dublin, Ireland. Yeah, that’s about it. Easy payday for Georgia. The dude who dressed up as Captain Morgan found opportunities to take photos with Georgia but we deliberately excluded those shots.
All good things must come to and end. Also, the Twilight movies must come to an end. At least for the next five years until they are remade with Angelina Jolie’s offspring. As a critic, I feel it’s kind of moot to even try and review the latest and final installment in the franchise because nothing I say or think about the movie will have even the slightest effect on the target audience for the film which includes scores and scores of palpitating teenage girls and their middle aged mothers who live and die by the love legend that is Bella and Edward. I don’t get it (I didn’t even like the books, to be honest, and only made it through part of the first one), so I suppose I am meant to live a life outside the bask and shine that is Twilight. Whatever.
The best thing I can say about this closing chapter of the saga is that it has a lot of action in it, which mercifully replaces the non-acting faces of the first three movies that were filmed to show us what teenage moping looks like in slow motion. There is a fierce battle brewing between the goodies and baddies (more specifically, the Cullen clan and the Volturi) and the epic battle feels a lot more like Narnia than Lord of the Rings.
For all its mix of fantasy, adventure, and the supernatural, the whole saga has felt quite mundane and even cliched. I won’t go the easy route of bashing Kristen Stewart’s questionable acting skills or Robert Pattinson’s obvious disinterest or even Taylor Lautner’s inability to keep his shirt on. All of these things are upheld by fans as proof of the series’ awesomeness. I witnessed none of it, and was glad to have lived my teen years alongside Harry, Hermione, and Ron, instead of this dreadful trio. I know: pooh pooh on me.
The saga essentially boils down to two crudely distilled concepts: how two people managed to refrain from “doing it” because one would die if she was penetrated by a vampire, and how teenage boys have a very, very hard time trying to abstain from sex with their pale girlfriends (unless he’s born-again or gay, which is ironic). Of course, none of it matters in the end because Bella and Edward end up precisely where we expect them to, and a few slashings and fang marks never really hurt anyone anyway. If this isn’t tripe, I don’t know what is.
Following it’s premiere in the UK back in early September, “Anna Karenina,” starring Keira Knightley, Jude Law, and Aaron Taylor-Johnson, finally hit theaters here in the U.S. with a star-studded premiere at the ArcLight Hollywood theater in Los Angeles. You’d think the previous twenty adaptions of Leo Tolstoy’s classic would suffice, but apparently not. I’m a closet fan of Keira Knightley’s acting, so I’m pretty sure she killed it as Anna Karenina. Here’s some plot action for those of you who haven’t read the book (Wiki):
The story unfolds in its original late 19th century tsarist Russia high-society setting and powerfully explores the capacity for love that surges through the human heart, from the passion between adulterers to the bond between a mother and her children. As Anna Karenina (Keira Knightley) questions her happiness, change comes to her family, friends, and community.
Interview w/ Keira Knightley:
Interview w/ the sexy Alicia Vikander, who plays Kitty in the film:
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