"Biohazard" clue


Paz and Pitt are unemployed. Coincidence or conspiracy? (Dlisted)

February 7, 2012 at 11:52

Comment From tamara
Does Charlize use mute stones?
Lainey: tamara - wrong one.

January 17, 2012 at 1:00 PM

Mute Stones & Nude Windows

"Who would want to work with this?" clue

Comment From Esme
So who is more crazy, Ashley Judd or Charlize Theron?

Right Lainey?
Lainey: Esme - not many people are crazier than Ashley Judd. GOD SHE IS A CRAZY MESS.

January 17, 2012 at 1:00 PM

Who would want to work with this?

"They're creeping everyone out" reveal


I could never be a publicist or a personal assistant for a celebrity. It’s not the hard work I’m afraid of; it’s the adult babysitting. They are SO fragile and insecure and narcissistic, it’s an exhausting experience. And, frankly, it can be really, really sad.

I’ve been really hard on Rooney Mara the last couple of weeks for the “aloof”-ing and the SVU trashing. As previously noted, people who are aloof don’t generally point out their own aloofness. People who really, really want to be aloof will try to convince you that they are. In her case, it’s self preoccupation - standard behaviour for an actor - and also, as expected, terrible insecurity.

An article has been published in the Swedish press featuring interviews with some of the local extras and crew who worked on The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. I love Google Translate.

Donald Josephson has a scene with Mara in the film. Here’s his account of his experience:

I have two lines in the film. Lisbeth Salander comes to the computer store that I work in and I said: "Unfortunately, this computer is completely broken. I hope you have a backup. "

I biked to the set. When I arrived expecting a self-trailers, buffets and assistants.

The scene was a real computer shop on Götgatan, which was redesigned and thoroughly equipped with Apple logos.

The most fun was to keep up with Rooney Mara in "The Green Room", the room where the actors wait between shots. To be part of there and hear her anxiety over whether she would be better than Naomi Rapace. She had lots of those "Mirror mirror on the wall" moments in there. Mara asked all the time her assistant, "Did we not do better when we did this scene? Don’t I look better than her? Am I not better? Am I not young? Am I not cool? "And the assistant just replied:" Yes, yes, yes! You are the best, you're the best! "

This ...is pretty much standard procedure. It’s a f-cked up life, the acting business. The promises almost never materialise. They’re repeatedly rejected, and when they aren’t rejected, they are constantly afraid they will be. And so the people around them, they keep telling them what they want to hear. And when they hear it, they either start to believe it, or try to believe it but doubt it, and spend the rest of the time searching for a truth that feels authentic... which, sometimes, eludes them forever. Because in Hollywood, well, does the truth even exist?

Michelle Williams delivers an extraordinary representation of this in My Week With Marilyn. Marilyn’s issues were exacerbated by drug dependency and all that other sh-t she was carrying around with her from when she was a child. But her lack of self worth was not unique. It manifests itself in different ways for different people. For Rooney Mara, there’s the fake aloof-ery and bravado. And of course, you can imagine, under those circumstances, what David Fincher must represent: Creator and God. Everything.

I will be seeing Dragon Tattoo Girl this weekend. All of my colleagues say she’s incredibly compelling. I believe it. Oh but the cost...

Click here to read the Swedish article with more insight from others who participated in the production of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.

December 22, 2011 at 10:37

They're creeping everyone out

Rachel McAdams was in New York this morning promoting The Vow. She was also on the cover of The Sunday Telegraph’s Stella this weekend in the UK. I really wish they chose a better cover shot. During the interview she talks about shooting the scene in The Vow where her character sees Channing Tatum’s character heading to the bathroom not wearing any clothing. It’s supposed to be awkward because she’s lost her memory and doesn’t see him as her husband anymore. Apparently during filming, Channing and the director fashioned a massive prosthetic for him to wear to surprise her in the shot. Tatum still teases her about it. During the junket, he walked in on her room and asked her, “Are you talking about my body?” (Why am I finding him more and more ...likeable?)

As for Rachel’s real life boyfriend, she tells Stella that she and Michael Sheen did not start dating until after wrapping on Midnight In Paris, that they were friends first and then more later. She also reveals that they try not to spend more than 3 weeks apart and that the travel can be challenging; as such she is trying to remember to take things “slowly”, enjoy it without too much pressure. How’s this for pressure? I love them together. I want them to be for reals for ever.

But did you know she turned down The Devil Wears Prada? This is the sh-t Duana and I talk about all the time re: Rachel McAdams. Though she claims that she needed the time off, really, you have to wonder about the management team. The Vow might do very big business from the same people who see Katherine Heigl movies. But does it make Rachel’s career any more diverse?

January 31, 2012 at 10:35

13 December 2011 Smutty Shout-Out

PS. Sienna Miller is NOT the subject of When She Conceived...

February 15, 2012 at 9:33 AM

When she conceived...

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She’s pregnant. It’s still early but she’ll start to show soon. And she’s happy, they’re both happy, but also really, really freaking out. Because around the time of conception, they were both using rather frequently. It’s just what they do together. Besides, she thought she was past the point of another child. So it was a surprise, to say the least. A pleasant one, yes, but she’s not sure if it’s one she wants to keep. She is convinced the child will not be right. She is convinced, in her mind, in her words, that she’ll “be paying for it” for the rest of her life, in the form of care and stress, and that this will be her punishment for such recklessness - to be attached to a kid that will need her, in ways she’s afraid to imagine, forever. She’s also super paranoid that if she does have their baby and the baby has health problems, he’ll turn and blame her, and be disgusted by her, and leave her. Without all his access, it’s a totally different life. And ultimately she still wants to be desired, she prioritises being desired. It’s a decision she is agonising over but she’s running out of time.

The good news? The drugs have stopped completely.

February 15, 2012 at 8:31 AM

Update (4/02/12):
denial 1: Sienna Miller
denial 2: Angelina Jolie
clue 1
denial 3: Kate Beckinsale & Leslie Mann
denial 4: Claire Danes & Vanessa Paradis
denial 5: Cindy Crawford & Rande Gerber
denial 6: Drew Barrymore
denial 7: Nicole Ritchie
clue 2
reveal 1
denial 8: Snooki
reveal 2