By brendon December 21, 2011 @ 5:04 PM
Dan Akroyd still wants to ruin ‘Ghostbusters’ the same way he did ‘Blues Brothers’ (except with 4 annoying young apprentices instead of 1), so he and Harold Ramis sent the latest version of their ‘Ghostbusters 3′ script to Bill Murray.
Who put it in a shredder and sent it back with a note saying, “No one wants to pay money to see fat, old men chasing ghosts.”
The source for this is the Enquirer, so it may or may not be true, but Murray has already said he’s not interested. He must have a good reason. They could turn ‘Two Girls, One Cup’ into a flip book then write ‘Ghostbusters 3′ on the cover and even that would be a better script than ‘Garfield’ or ‘Charlies Angels’.
(image source of murray with ghostbuster fans = no idea. of murray in full ghostbuster gear at the 2010 scream awards = getty)
By brendon December 21, 2011 @ 3:25 PM
Normally Lindsay Lohan holds a press conference when it’s time to pretend like anyone wants to hire her as an actress, but now she can’t even do that, so when she got off a plane at JFK yesterday, she just propped up a script (held together by a paper clip and conveniently named “untitled” and written by “entertainment”) on her Louis Vuitton luggage (which is also probably fake judging by the way it’s wearing).
And just in case this was still too subtle, then she covered her face with it, the title page of course facing out.
Then after that she said, “ring-ring” out of the corner of her mouth and took out her phone. “Oh hi, MARTIN SCORSESE. Yes I did get the totally real script that you want me to star in. The one with GEORGE CLOONEY and PAUL NEWMAN!”
(image source = splash)
By brendon December 21, 2011 @ 2:37 PM
British Model and VH1 reality star Leilani Dowding made spirits bright by posing in a little bikini and Santa hat on Miami beach yesterday. And then, presumably because it can get really hot in Miami, she took her top off (*). She did the right thing. The US has almost a thousand heat-related deaths every year, yet girls still roll the dice and keep their top on. It’s a recipe for disaster!
UPDATE: i just noticed the pictures have been re-sizing wrong since yesterday and weren’t going full size. they should be fixed now.
(*) direct links to the NSFW pictures here and here and here and here and here and here. image source = pacific coast
By brendon December 21, 2011 @ 1:49 PM
Ashley Tisdale went to a gym in West Hollywood yesterday, and may have become the new Brooke Hogan in the process because the pictures get a lot better when you can only see her body (just like with Brooke). If for no other reason than you won’t be distracted by her weird little nose, which looks like it’s always being pinched shut by an invisible clothes pin or something.
(image source = wenn)
By brendon December 21, 2011 @ 12:51 PM
A human rights organization called China Labor Watch says the Kardashinas use what is essentially slave labor in rural Chinese factories to produce their clothing line. But what choice did they have? Private jets aren’t free, you know.
The sweatshop workers live in squalid factory-run dormitories filled with the stench of sewage while toiling up to 84 hours during 7-day work weeks to produce some of the goods that helped (the Kardashians) make $65 million last year.
…the impoverished workers earn just $1 an hour, slaving away in factories “like minimum-security prisons.”
The region is a “scary place,” where the peak summer season is “brutal,” with temperatures inside non-air-conditioned factories soaring to over 100?F.
Workers in the region can come out with as little as $15 a month once rent and food debts have been paid to their bosses.
“You can’t talk during working hours. You can’t listen to music; you can’t stand up and stretch. You can’t even put your head up and look around, or you will be screamed at. If you get permission to use the toilet, you get four minutes. If you’re highly specialized, you cannot even go to the bathroom.”
Well I’d still rather live like that than have sex with Khloe. And that’s not my opinion, that’s a quote from Lamar Odom.
(image source = inf)
By brendon December 20, 2011 @ 6:08 PM
December is an underrated time of year for bikini pictures because that’s when a lot of rich people go on hedonistic vacations. Like Stephanie Seymour, who is in St. Barts (as she was last year). Seeing models in bikinis is becoming one of the better Christmas traditions. Unless you’re real religious, in which case it probably ranks pretty low.
(source = inf)
By brendon December 20, 2011 @ 4:24 PM
Back in July, Lancome had to pull some ads because their liberal use of photoshop crossed the line from “enhancement” to “fuck you”. But it sorta made sense because it was an ad with Julia Roberts, who looks like an old glove.
Now CoverGirl has to pull one of their ads too (pictured above), an ad featuring 22-year-old Taylor Swift. Business Insider says…
Procter & Gamble has agreed to never again run an ad for its CoverGirl mascara because it used “enhanced post-production” and “photoshopping” to make eyelashes look thicker than they were in real life. P&G agreed to the ban even though it disclosed in the ad that the image was enhanced.
The move is the latest in a series of baby steps that U.S. and international advertising regulators have taken to ban the use of Photoshop in advertising when it is misleading to consumers.
How are ads that blatantly lie allowed at all. Even a little. Is Porsche allowed to say, “you won’t believe the pussy you’ll get.” Because it’s been six months and so far nothin. I can barely make my payments. Can I sue them or what?
By brendon December 20, 2011 @ 2:23 PM
We still have 3 days to wait for the trailer to ‘Prometheus‘, the sorta ‘Alien’ prequel from director Ridley Scott, but today the trailer for ‘Wrath of the Titans‘ showed up. That of course is the sequel to ‘Clash of the Titans’, and it returns to Greece (which has a secret rocky desert that only Hollywood knows about) so Sam Worthington can yell at scary CGI monsters before stabbing them.
And if you didn’t see it, the trailer for the Dark Knight Rises was finally released yesterday too. Now the only questions are if they’ll ever put the 7 minute prologue online, and does the touchdown by Hines Ward still count. Hopefully not, or else Jerry Jones might try that exploding field thing.