No matter how many times he sadly sits down to eat a cupcake alone on a park bench — and you endlessly insert that same picture into images filled with cats or a reproduction of Lunch Atop A Skyscraper or whatever—Keanu Reeves will forever be known as the man who started Dogstar and, in turn, ruined it for all other actors to start bands without public outcry and critical mockery.
Lucky for us, there’s a new crop of fresh-faced thespians that might actually be able to shake the Dogstar curse and, dare we say, become both successful actors/actresses and musicians. So take a look—and a listen—at the following artists that are sure to be embraced by moviegoers and concertgoers alike. Keep reading »
Hey, let’s talk about how much I love Michael Pitt. He just has the most beautiful face in the world, and oh my god, “The Dreamers”! If you haven’t seen that movie, see it! Michael is probably the most socially appropriate of my top three celebrity crushes, right alongside Bills Murray and Clinton. I haven’t seen much of the former “Boardwalk Empire” star since he departed the show last season (Jimmy!), and his absence has not gone unnoticed, i.e. I have a Google Alert set to his name. So of course I’m thrilled to see him on the cover of Bullett‘s “Surreal” issue, on newsstands today, doing what he does best: brooding handsomely in a trenchcoat! Against my better logic, I will probably, definitely, go out of my way (and budget) to buy this $12 magazine today. I cannot resist the non-Brad Pitt. [BULLETT]