Abigail Breslin attended the 10th Annual Tribeca Film Festival Vanity Fair Party yesterday, and the 15-year-old star is looking pretty good (with perhaps a smidge too much make-up). What do you think?
The actress has come a long way since her “Little Miss Sunshine” film warmed viewers’ hearts in 2006. She has certainly grown up.
Abigail recently voiced a character in “Rango” and stars in the upcoming film “New Year’s Eve” opposite stars such as Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Hilary Swank. Read more… Keep reading »
We have a feeling that Prince William and Kate Middleton‘s wedding cake was super traditional. But we can’t help but wish that they’d opted for something like this Mario Brothers’ themed cake, which is obviously the post-nuptials dessert meant for for a real life prince and princess. Honestly, any of these nerdy cakes over at BuzzFeed would put a smile on our face. Keep reading »
Sacha Baron Cohen is all about controversy. I mean, it takes balls to kiss another man in a cage fighting ring and start a near riot of fans outside the wires. But Sacha’s new project, “The Dictator,” is a little different. The movie’s source material is Zabibah and the King. Yes, the romance novel written by Saddam Hussein. The story is about a nice, sweet ruler who falls in love with a woman who is married to a horrifyingly abusive man. The book is an allegory—the ruler is, of course, Saddam and the abusive husband is the mean ol’ US of A. Sacha will play the Sadaam role in this one. And three ladies have read for the part of the woman he loves—Anna Faris, Kristen Wiig and Gillian Jacobs of the majorly underrated show “Community.” What do you think—will this movie be great or tacky? Not that those two are mutually exclusive. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
I was just reading this interview with Selena Gomez where they asked her what it’s like dating pop sensation Justin Bieber and dealing with his haters and juggling her work schedule with all of that, and are you ready for what she said? It’s a doozy.
“I am sure I have some sense of bipolar-ness. I wake up happy then I turn to sadness on a dime. It’s crazy but I do enjoy all of it right now.”
Some sort of bipolar-ness? Hmmm, is that a dig at her former BFF Demi Lovato or just one of the most insensitive comments I’ve ever heard a celebrity make in order to fill up interview space? Read more… Keep reading »
Rebecca Black‘s “Friday” parodies — there are many. But this Harry Potter one, called “Ravenclaws,” is delightfully fresh feeling. YouTube user Ginnyisaprincess put together this clip in a mere 11 hours. Someone’s got mad video-editing skillz, yo. [YouTube via The Mary Sue] Keep reading »
Whether you’re looking for a way to clearly label your own Mr. Darcy, subtly hint to your partner that he (or she) could be a little more Darcy-ish, or maybe just send a heartfelt gift to Colin Firth, this “I am Mr. Darcy” T-shirt is just perfect. [$22, Brookish] Keep reading »