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It’s always fun to post our favorites from Celebrityland and I’m pretty sure we forgot a few gems, so make sure you comment with them below. For those of you itching for a flashback, make sure you visit our Celeb Halloween Costumes category.
This one was hilarious…
Pretty shocked that LBJ did this…
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I think most of us know the answer to this question, but we’ll ask it anyway: Is Rose McGowan going to play the victim card for the rest of her life? The actress revealed arrest warrant related to earlier charge after authorities apparently found traces of narcotics in her personal belongings that she left behind on a United flight in DC on January 20. The cops attempted to get a hold of Rose for months and when they couldn’t, they followed what appears to be somewhat of an extreme protocol and issued an arrest warrant.
found traces of narcotics in personal belongings left behind on a United flight arriving at the Washington Dulles International Airport on Jan. 20. More from Yahoo:
“Our police have attempted to contact Ms. McGowan so that she can appear in a Loudoun County Virginia court to respond to the charge,” Yingling said.
The fact there was a warrant out for the star’s arrest surfaced after the actress brought it upon social media on Monday.
The 44-year-old – who has accused Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein of sexually assaulting her – claimed the warrant was part of a conspiracy to silence her. Source
To all of you guys who hated Terry Richardson for the past few years, now is your time to celebrate. In light of the massive Harvey Weinstein earthquake that’s changing the man-whoring landscapes of Hollywood and beyond, various magazines and brands who once worked with the infamously creepy photographer are attempting to quickly distance themselves from the man.
Condé Nast, one of the world’s top publishers of fashion-oriented magazines like Vogue, Vanity Fair, GQ and W, sent out an email to all editors to trash all unpublished Terry-related projects. Telegraph even obtained a copy of an email sent by Condé Nast COO James Woolhouse to staffers:
I am writing to you on an important matter. Condé Nast would like to no longer work with the photographer Terry Richardson.
Any shoots that have been commission[ed] or any shoots that have been completed but not yet published, should be killed and substituted with other material.
Please could you confirm that this policy will be actioned in your market effective immediately. Thank you for your support in this matter.
It’s pretty shocking that publishers are taking action now considering women have pointed the harassment finger at Terry for making them do horndoggy poses over the years. Terry always ran with the claim that all his subjects “participated consensually,” which sounds very similar to Harvey Weinstein’s claim (From Weinstein’s PR: “Any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein.”). Here’s Terry’s PR:
“Terry is disappointed to hear about this email especially because he has previously addressed these old stories. He is an artist who has been known for his sexually explicit work so many of his professional interactions with subjects were sexual and explicit in nature, but all of the subjects of his work participated consensually.”
Let’s hope that Terry didn’t blow all the millions he earned from photographing A-list 18-thru-20-somethings over the past few years because it seems like it might be a while until he gets lucrative gigs again.
Here are more photos of Terry working his “I’ll make you even more famous” mojo on a long list of A-list chicks. More photos here.
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To Lady Gaga‘s credit, it was supposedly one of the hottest World Series games on record, so I guess we’ll let the prostitute outfit slide this time around. The queen of freaky fashion arrived in a Lambo wearing bikini-bottom-sized-short-shorts coupled with what appears to be a leotard on top. Here are more photos from Instagram, as well as a video of Gaga making her grand arrival in her sweet ride.
As expected, here’s what Gaga did most of the game:
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These photos are a part of shoot to promote one of NYC-based designer La Ligne’s newest collections, The Glass House. The overall shoot is overflowing with sex appeal and does well to shine a spotlight on Dianna Agron‘s classic beauty.
This is pure speculation, but Dianna seems like one of those strong blondes in Hollywood who would’ve probably kicked Harvey Weinstein in the balls if he pulled one of his bathrobe stunts. Sadly it’s probably because of that type of attitude toward harassment-prone, highly networked Hollywood bigwigs that Dianna’s career didn’t go far following her stint on “Glee.” While I remain very skeptical, let’s hope things change for the better for women in the entertainment biz following the Harvey Weinstein debacle. Again, I’m very skeptical!
You can see more photos from teh shoot on La Ligne’s website.
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This clip from the latest episode (S9.E3) is great example of the forced ideas in season 9.
Michael Starr unleashes on the latest season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm”:
“Lightning hasn’t struck twice here; what was novel, funny and outrageous when “Curb” launched in 2000 — with Larry’s on-the-spectrum social quirks, remarks, gaffes and tics — now feels stale and annoying. Why would anyone want to be friends with this obnoxious guy, who argues with virtually every human being he encounters (including the very first scene of Season 9)? Life’s too short. And, predictably, the “Larry moment” in every scene is telegraphed a mile away. Uh-oh, Larry grabs a hotel-lobby cookie (sans tongs): Cut to the ensuing argument with the lobby manager. Uh oh, Larry loudly beeps a cop (Damon Wayans Jr.) at a stop light: Cut to the ensuing argument with the cop (who will, predictably, reappear later vis a vis some farcical setup). Uh oh, Larry asks a smarmy, evasive restaurant manager about a “kitchen disturbance.” Cut to the ensuing, endless argument with the guy — who, naturally, reappears later when Larry causes his own kitchen disturbance to wrap the episode’s arc in a neat little bow.” [Read more]
I have to admit, I tune in with high expectations each Sunday evening and I’m left scratching my head once the episode ends. While everything seems somewhat forced with the aforementioned “telegraphed Larry moments,” I do think the formula behind each episode is exactly the same as in previous seasons. So, what’s the cause for the disappointment?
I’m beginning to think that Larry David has officially run out of worthwhile (i.e. funny) things to bitch about, so he’s simply scratching the walls of the goldmine that was once packed full with life’s monotonous, yet humorous, moments that everyone experiences, but nobody gives a shit about until they laugh about it while watching “Seinfeld” or “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”
Anyone else following the latest season? If so, chime in below with your thoughts.
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Not sure how many of you followed the “Halt and Catch Fire” series on AMC, but it definitely seems like one of those shows worth binge-watching, especially if you’re a techie or into period pieces. According to the show’s Wiki, the series takes place over a roughly a decade giving an insider’s view of the personal computer revolution of the 1980s followed by the Internet explosion into the 90s. Following four seasons, the series, which currently has a 93% audience rating, aired its finale this past weekend.
As for one of the show’s stars Mackenzie Davis, the actress is doing some post-finale promotional work in an attempt to land her next big gig. Judging by the full shoot on Malibu Magazine’s website, I’m pretty sure Mackenzie will undoubtedly catch the eyes of producers in Los Angeles and New York. Let’s hope for some harassment-free auditions! Although, with a role in the new film “Blade Runner 2049,” it doesn’t seem like Mackenzie is having much trouble bagging A-list roles! That film, by the way, is getting killer reviews, so many congrats to Mackenzie & Co.
Here’s a brief snippet of the interview:
“What aspects of your life do you cultivate to make yourself a better actress?”
“Reading a lot. And traveling. I try and con a road trip into as many domestic jobs as I can. I drive out to where I’m going and then I drive home—so I get to have, like, not this sort of isolated experience of always working or being on a plane. I don’t know, I get a bit starved for that feeling of traveling and not feeling like I’m a part of a very specific world. I think reading is the best thing anybody can do for their empathy. And empathy is probably the most important trait to have as an actor, in my opinion.” [Read more on Malibu Magazine]
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For those of you who want to see more, look for the fall issue of LaPalme magazine at newsstands today. Ariel, who turns 20 this coming January, looks way beyond her years in a new the shoot. Who knows, it’s possible, yet very (very) doubtful, Ariel Winter will use this shoot as a turning point from her usual trashy outings in L.A. to something more classy as we approach the holiday and 2018 award seasons. You can find more photos from the shoot here >>>
I was a big fan of this series when it was going strong on HBO, so I did a search on Youtube for “Entourage’s” version of Harvey Weinstein (a.k.a. Harvey Weingard) and found 3 minutes of screaming and swearing. Apparently the real Harvey Weinstein was initially pissed that that he was portrayed in the popular series, but then later said he enjoyed watching the episodes (probably after a lot of his friends kissed his ass about it). The clips don’t exactly spotlight his freaky womanizing side, but focus more on his infamous anger and intimidation tactics. I guess showing the horndogg side of a powerful Hollywood exec doesn’t have much shock value or possibly would’ve crossed the red line—even for the all-powerful HBO.
As much as we want to hope that Harvey Weinstein is the only bad apple in the world of rich and powerful men, I think it’s safe to say that is far from reality. That’s one reason you have apologizers creeping into the mix. Take, for example, Woody Allen—who probably should have just kept his mouth shut—even chimed in with, “You also don’t want it to lead to a witch hunt atmosphere, a Salem atmosphere, where every guy in an office who winks at a woman is suddenly having to call a lawyer to defend himself. That’s not right either. But sure, you hope that something like this could be transformed into a benefit for people rather than just a sad or tragic situation.” Despite the 81-year-old director quickly getting a Twitter lashing for the comments (and even issued a clarification), I’m sure there’s still a line of young chicks who want to star in his next film.