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Taking care of her to-do list, Charlize Theron scurried out of her luxury hotel and hit the streets of New York City yesterday afternoon (April 2).
The “Monster” actress was prepared for the chilly Manhattan weather, sporting a dark wool pea coat and warm scarf as she made her way to several stops throughout the Big Apple.
At one point Charlize met up with a male friend for lunch at an eatery in the Union Square neighborhood, chatting and laughing as if they hadn’t seen each other in ages.
As for projects in the pipeline, Ms. Theron will be starring in “Mad Max: Fury Road,” “Dark Places,” “A Million Ways to Die in the West,” and “Two Eyes Staring.”
With Willow Smith dropping out of Will Smith’s Annie remake to, in her own words, “just be 12,” before the impending demands of middle school force her to create her own fashion label, producers have moved on to a new choice for star.
It seems that without Willow, producers Will Smith and Jay-Z, and director Will Gluck–like the rest of us–thought of the girl from Beasts of the Southern Wild as a possible lead. Then, like the rest of us, they thought, “Man, it’s sort of screwed up that she’s like the only young, black actress we can name since Raven got old,” before realizing, “Well, actually we can’t really name any nine-year-old white actresses since Abigail Breslin, either, and she’s like 16 now; so maybe it’s just that there aren’t that many famous little girls these days. We’ll probably never have another Olsen Twins… Though Disney did breed those chubby twin boys in the hotel. Were they the new Olsen Twins? Shit, maybe we already had another Olsen Twins.” After a few more minutes of that, they eventually got back to the issue of Annie casting, and ultimately decided young Quvenzhané Wallis–who this year became history’s youngest Best Actress Academy Award-nominee–was indeed a good choice for the part (and looks darling in curly-haired poverty), with EW reporting she’s now “in consideration to star in Sony’s upcoming remake.” At this point, it’s not clear if anyone else is currently in consideration, nor if Zack & Cody really were the new Olsen Twins.
Oh. my. god. Spoilers, spoilers, spoilers ahead!
And some people are really excited about it, while other people are worried that it could ruin the friendly dynamic on the show. But there is only one conclusion that everyone can agree on:
Like, “all you can do is keyboard mash” hot.
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With music performances, some “based on a true story” inspiration, a white-person-helps-others-overcome-racism plot, and a surprisingly heartfelt performance from Chris O’Dowd, The Sapphires would be at the top of Mom’s must-see list if only she liked The IT Crowd as much as she does Sandra Bullock. Set in 1968, the film sees O’Dowd playing an oft-drunk talent scout who takes it upon himself to manage and shape an Indigenous Australian girl group into a Supremes-like act good enough to perform for the troops in Vietnam–the ultimate prize for an Australian soul act, apparently. Already released in Australia and screened at Cannes, The Weinstein Company has since picked up the U.S. distribution rights, so you can expect this to come inspire America pretty soon here. In the meantime, those desperate for some uplifting, Australian song-and-dance numbers can find it here and in this trailer:
Documenting what is apparently becoming an increasingly-standard story of questionable modeling success, Girl Model follows a 13-year-old Russian girl scouted by a U.S. agency and quickly rushed off wholesale to Japan, where they somehow prize waif-like, pre-pubescent-looking white girls even more than we do. Highly-recommended viewing before you, the skinny Russian teenage girl readership, sign anything. Trailer below.
In fairness to the modeling people, it is often hard to answer questions regarding what the fuck is going on in Japan.
Disappointing fans of the literary and big screen success “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” the planned sequel will not arrive in theaters until after 2013.
Screenwriter Steve Zaillian is still working on the script, halting further progress. No director has been attached to the project, but David Fincher, who directed the first film remains the first choice.
A source tells Entertainment Weekly that the movie is still moving forward, although there is no rush and no release date.
Question by Just wondering!: How many of you think that justin bieber looks like a gay girl?
How many of you think that justin bieber looks like a gay girl?I do for some reasons.what about you?
Answer by Jackson
I think he used to, when he had longer hair. But he cut it and grew up and now he’s pretty hot.
Add your own answer in the comments!