By brendon October 19, 2011 @ 10:57 AM
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was at a launch party for Vertu in Milan yesterday, and on a very much related note if I ever meet some guy and he says, “I invented that fabric that makes it seem like you should be able to see a girls tits through it but you can’t no mater how long you stare”, I’m gonna kick him right in his balls. That stuff is bullshit.
(image source = getty)
‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’, has been out for 8 full days now, and it’s still doing incredible business, unless of course you compare it to ‘Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen’. At this point, ‘Fallen’ had made $239 million at the box office, while ‘Dark of the Moon’ now sits at $198. That’s a drop of around $41 million.
It would be overly simplistic to say this is all because Megan Fox was replaced by Rosie Huntington Whitely, but complicated theories are for fags, so that’s what I’m going to say.
Not only is Fox (seen here in her brand new Armani campaign) a thousand times hotter than Whitely, but now we’re expected to believe Sam Witwicky has dated two international supermodels in a row, which is somehow the dumbest premise even in a movie about fights between shape-shifting robots from outer space.
No doubt fueled by it’s juvenile cheap shots at Megan Fox (like Shia telling his parents he “moved on to something better” or one of the robots saying his last girlfriend was “mean”), ‘Transformers 3’ had the biggest opening day of 2011 and is doing incredibly well by any definition.
Unless you compare it to the opening day for ‘Transformers 2’, the one with Megan Fox, in which case it’s an embarrassing failure.
E! cites this list of the all time opening days on Box Office Mojo and says…
In its first full day in theaters, Transformers: Dark of the Moon grossed an estimated $37.3 million, good for sixth place on the list of all-time Wednesday openers.
But as you’ll notice, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is in second place, with a far bigger, far fatter $62 million debut.
And that’s despite the fact that 60 percent of ticket sales were for 3D, where average ticket prices are $10.85 and $14.85 for IMAX, as compared to the $7.50 they paid to see the second one.
It’s also despite the fact that ‘Dark of the Moon’ is actually pretty good. I’m as amazed as anyone but I liked it. The good news is they can still match the weekend total for ‘Revenge of the Fallen’, as long as they consider a weekend to be 17 days long.
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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley stopped by the Late Show with David Letterman yesterday to promote ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’, and you could say that no one has ever looked better in a backless top. You’d be wrong but you could say it. Because saying things is easy. The reality is she’s almost ugly. The good news is she wore sunglasses that covered half her face. The bad news is she only had one pair.
(image source = pacific coast, inf, fame)
By brendon June 06, 2011 @ 10:41 AM
The 2011 MTV Movie Awards were last night, but if you missed it, or the ones from 2010, 2009, 2008, and 2007, here’s a comprehensive recap:
1. ‘Twilight’ won everything.
2. I asked, “who the fuck is that,” a lot.
3. No one did anything sexy, interesting, or funny.
See ya next year, everybody!
(image source = getty and bauer griffin and flynet)
This is embarrassing but clearly I was wrong in thinking that Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is actually kind of goofy looking because she’s number 1 on the 2011 Maxim Hot 100, and sorta naked on the cover. And obviously Maxim knows what they’re doing because number 4 on the list is Cameron Diaz, even though she looks like this and could kill an erection faster than slamming it in a car door.
(image source of rosie and her boyfriend jason statham last night at the costume institute gala in new york = splash and wenn)