Kate Upton Smiles For The Papz While Leaving LAX
Even though Kate Upton gets more than her share of online hate (not to mention getting her phone hacked), the 23-year-old model appears to be a good sport as she goes about her daily affairs. I hate to say it, but it’s almost as if she’s slightly humble and appreciative of the fact that she gets millions shoveled into her bank accounts simply for looking a certain way. Now, you can’t say that about most celebs.
The model-turned actress was spotted catching a flight out of LAX yesterday afternoon. And in other Kate-news, we should mention that she was recently cast in the upcoming James Franco/Seth Rogen film “The Disaster Artist,” which is based on the award-winning 2013 non-fiction book written by Greg Sestero and Tom Bissell. For those of you who don’t know about the book, here’s a little snippet from Wikipedia:
Sestero, an aspiring actor, first encounters Wiseau in an acting class. Sestero is at first perplexed by Wiseau’s over-the-top acting technique, his unusual physical appearance, his unidentifiable accent and his eccentric behavior, which includes a fascination with all things American and a refusal to discuss his past. At the same time, Sestero admires Wiseau’s genuine enthusiasm for both life and acting. The two form an odd but affectionate bond as Sestero begins to learn of the many contradictions of Wiseau’s personality.
As Sestero slowly accrues more acting credits, Wiseau begins to grow jealous and schemes to earn similar acknowledgement (such as earning a SAG card by producing and starring in a commercial for a company he himself owned). After viewing The Talented Mr. Ripley for the first time, Sestero is struck by how similar Wiseau is to the title character. When Wiseau watches the film, instead of recognizing himself, he becomes obsessed with creating a movie as powerful with similar themes. The result is the screenplay for The Room, which includes a character, Mark, named after actor Matt Damon (whose name Wiseau had misheard). Read more…