Elle Fanning is one of the stars in the upcoming film “Young Ones” which also stars Nicholas Hoult, Michael Shannon and Kodi Smit-McPhee. Elle was spotted in New York City making the promotional rounds leading up to the film’s release. Elle visited the Ed Sullivan Theater for their taping on the “Late Show with David Letterman” and later attended a screening of “Young Ones” too. Look for “Young Ones” in theaters on October 17th.
Hundreds of looney, diehard fans skipped school & work to camp outside in a tent city near the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles ahead of the big film premiere for “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2.” I never understood how somebody can convince themselves to do stupid things like camping out for a frickin’ movie? Are they that obsessed? One thing everyone learned for the experience was that the LAPD will condone a tent city for an upcoming movie premiere, but they’ll resort to brutally trashing similar tent cities built by people protesting against the social issues. Great value system, right? Everyone together: “USA! USA! USA!
On a more positive note, it’s about fucking time this series ended and society as a whole can finally move on from the vampire & werewolf bullshit onto some other crap. What’s on tap, anyway? Whatever the hell it is, let’s just hope & pray that there’s better acting and the leads aren’t as depressing as Kristen Stewart & Robert Pattinson. Actually, Robert Pattinson is somewhat tolerable, but it’s Kristen Stewart who annoys the shit out of me. For the sake of quality film making, Kristen’s career falls apart over the next 12 months. Let’s face it, the girl simply can’t act if her life depended on it!! I guess all that directors & producers can see in her is name recognition & the likelihood that she’ll give them a nice a blowjob & possibly a few nights of no-strings-attached sex. Then again, I think that’s the hope w/ every hot actress in Hollywood?
Let’s turn to the some plot action b/c I’m sure there’s at least one person out there who’s still clueless about how this thing will end:
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.
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Photo Credit: INF Photo
Wow, looks like someone’s parents aren’t coughing up enough dough to hire a stylist for their 13-year-old actress daughter! Apologies if this offends some of you guys, but when it comes to really bad taste, there’s no age limit.
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Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News Read our review of “Super 8″ here! These were snapped this past Wednesday (Nov. 22) at the AMPAS Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills.
The cast of this past summer’s critically acclaimed “Super 8” was on hand for the big Blue-ray & DVD release party. Normally these things happen quietly without any of the cast bothering to show up, but since this project involves Hollywood bigwigs like J. J. Abrams (writer) & Steven Spielberg (producer), everyone’s proceeding very cautiously. I think the only person not in attendance was Steven Spielberg.
When “Super 8″ was in theaters it raked in a somewhat disappointing $250 million, but when you’re film costs only $50 mil to make, you can’t feel too badly, right? I guess expectations were a little too high, to say the least. Then again, the Blu-ray & DVD should pull in millions more, so I’m sure Steven Spielberg & J.J. Abrams won’t have too much trouble buying gifts this holiday season.
Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News
Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News; Elle Fanning w/ “Super 8″ director J.J. Abrams.
- Sarah Jay returns to theCHIVE to launch the Chivette calendar [The Chive]
– Viktoria Halenarova and Marloes Horst Model Special Holiday Lingerie [TC Magazine]
– Rachel Bilson Could Go Pantyless? [GCeleb]
– Miss COED Natalie Gauvreau Takes Titillating Twitpics [COED Magazine]
– Going Out Of Business Sale of the Day [The Daily What]
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The 15th Annual Hollywood Film Awards Gala Presented by Starz took place last night and while it’s not the Oscars, there were a bunch of awards to be handed out. Notably, the Best Actor and Actress awards went to George Clooney and Michelle Williams, respectively. In the Supporting Actor and Actress categories, Josegh Gordon-Levitt and Carey Mulligan took home those awards. Additionally, their version of a lifetime achievement award went to Glenn Close. For a complete list of the winner, check out this link.
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Making her site debut is Elisa Sednaoui. She’s an Italian model, born in 1987. Says Elisa, “I would love to be a model, an actress, a director, why not a producer, take pictures, art direct, study politics and history of arts; do whatever I feel like at the moment, without imprisoning myself in any stereotyped cage.”
Unrelated but that quote above did make me think about this scene from Coming To America (the 1:42 mark)
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Photo Credit: Wenn
The 2011 Women In Film Crystal + Lucy Awards took place last night at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Hosted by Melissa McCarthy, the event honored Annette Bening, Katie Holmes, CBS President Nina Tassler, director Pamela Fryman and cinematographer Reed Morano. In addition, the late Elizabeth Taylor was honored for her humanitarian work. Women in Film is a non-profit organization aimed to help women succeed in the entertainment industry.
Making her site debut is Daya Vaidya. She stars as Nina Inara in Poppy Montgomery’s new CBS series The Remeberer; it’s basically another police drama for the network.