Remember Edward Furlong, the adorable Terminator-fighting kid in “T2″? Or maybe you recall him in “Pecker”? Well, these days, he’s not doing so hot. It seems he’s spent the last few years battling a heroin addiction and doing a few stints in jail. Now he looks less like a cute sallow-eyed teen and more like Leo from “Twin Peaks,” no? [ONTD]
Okay, so the movie isn’t getting the best reviews, but at least Taylor Schilling looks really, really pretty at the UK premiere of her new film, “The Lucky One” (which also stars America’s Favorite Eyebrows, Zac Efron). We’re digging the spring color palette and that she’s wearing her hair down. It gives the whole look an air of casual comfort. And … there’s always your next film, Taylor.
You guys like animals, I love animals. You guys like getting drunk, I like getting drunk. It seems like we’d get along. After all, it’s not every day that three guys get drunk, break into a Sea World and steal a friggin’ penguin. [Daily Mail UK]
Paper Magazine knows what’s up. For their latest editorial fashion shoot, they paired models with puppy dogs, ensuring that even the most hardened fashion cynic would just have to pause and take a look. The photos, shot by photographer Emily Shur, feature models (facing away from the camera, so you never see their faces) cradling pups while wearing some of the latest cool accessories. Take a look!
For the past week, women’s media has pretty much been dominated by talk of Lena Dunham’s new show “Girls.” But newsflash! There’s other crap going on! Like the fact that this year’s prestigious Cannes Film Festival features absolutely zero films by women. That’s right: of the 23 films up for Cannes’ Very Important Palm D’Or Award, zero were made by women. And in the Un Certain Regard category — reserved for films made by up-and-coming young directors — only two were made by women.
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The Tribeca Film Festival continues to roll on, and stars keep turning out for film premieres and events, panels and discussions. Over the past couple of days, there’s been premieres for “Your Sister’s Sister,” “The Five-Year Engagement,” “DeadFall,” and a whole bunch more. Shall we take a look at what everyone wore? (Oooh, that rhymed!)