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Is it just me, or are white dresses having a moment? I don’t mean white wedding dresses, mind you. No, I mean, that a striking amount of celebs in the last month or so have been seen out and about or at events donning crisp white frocks, despite chilly temps. Personally, I think the look is totally fresh. That whole “no white after Labor Day” rule is poppycock anyway. Keep clicking to see what I mean …
Living in Los Angeles, it’s a cliché to say you’re working on a screenplay. For 90 percent of those people, nothing will ever come of it. However, if you’re already mega-famous and totally awesome, like Natalie Portman, people will certainly pay more attention. The Harvard-educated actress has been shopping around a screenplay for a “ribald comedy” she wrote with friend Laura Moses. The script is called “BYO” and is about two 20-somethings who’re useless at love and decide to throw a party where women “bring your own” eligible bachelor. Portman wants to take on one of the roles while Anne Hathaway is supposedly interested in co-starring. The flick is being described as a female “Superbad,” and the comedy is hardly PG. Rumor has it that on page five of the script, one of the main characters is caught giving a 15-year-old a blowie! Several studios have passed already, but perhaps it will become an indie flick? [PopEater, Film Drunk]
I can’t imagine that Portman wrote anything that’s less than brilliant, but maybe she could use some advice from the following celebs who’ve tried their hand at screenwriting?
Happy Have A Bad Day Day! I realize that doesn’t sound like a nice thing to say, but I’m looking out for your own good. You’re going to have a crappy day today. Don’t worry, I am too, but be happy that it’s Friday and if things aren’t going your way, I’ve got ten surefire tips for surviving a bad day. And don’t worry, the sun will come out tomorrow. You can bet your bottom dollar on it. Keep reading »
I don’t need a study to tell me that I was destined to be a hoochie mama, but here one is anyway. According to a French study, women whose names end in the letter “a” have more sexual partners over the course of their lifetime than the average woman, who typically has 4.4 partners. Um, try way, way, way above average. I’ve always been an overachiever. [Time] Keep reading »
No matter how much you want to date “Glee”‘s hot teacher Matthew Morrison, he insists that he’s not cut out for the job. “I’m not a good friend right now. I’m not a good boyfriend,” Morrison told Details, “It’s not that I’m selfish. I’m just focused.” Presumably, the 15-hour days make it difficult to date but Morrison assured the mag that he used to have lots of luck with the ladies back in his Broadway days. [People]
I’m not sure I believe someone that charming when they say they’re not dating material, but we’ve found a few other celebs who’ve put themselves on the dating bench.