Months after finalllllly splitting with longtime girlfriend Kristen Stewart (who cheated on him with her “Snow White and the Huntsman” director) and dipping his glitter-y man stick in Katy Perry and Riley Keough, has Robert Pattinson got himself a new lady love? Us Weekly says that the “Twilight” star has been dating 22-year-old model Dylan Penn for two months. Dylan is the daughter of Sean Penn and Robin Wright, who divorced in 2010 and also have a 20-year-old son named Hopper together. Robert and Dylan have been spotted “canoodling” and she has apparently visited him on the set of one of his movies [that no one cares about because it's not "Twilight"]. Hmm, I don’t know anything about Dylan — other than she is obviously very beautiful thanks to those half-Spicoli, half-Buttercup genes — but I do know Papa Penn has a notoriously bad temper, so I hope RPattz doesn’t go breaking any hearts and his fans don’t do any excessive smack-talking. [Us Weekly]
Ok, so I was just as appalled and shocked as anyone else when Kristen Stewart cheated on Robert Pattinson withRupert Sanders, but seriously — can’t this poor girl catch a break now that the scandal is behind her?
I mean, it was pretty understandable that immediately after the Rupert thing went down, Kristen was hit with a whole slew of other cheating rumors, but now that it’s almost five months later, you’d think the accusations would have died down. (Rob forgave her, so why can’t everyone else?)
Instead, it seems like the claims about her hooking up with other men keep getting crazier and crazier — and now there’s new speculation that she slept with Sean Penn to land her role in ”Into the Wild.” Read more…
Amelia might be laying on a beach in Tulum, Mexico, this week, but her
deep abiding love obsession with Ryan Gosling is still with us. In her honor, here’s The Gos’ new trailer for “The Gangster Squad,” a cops-and-robbers movie about gangsters in 1940′s L.A., co-starring luckiest-bitch-in-the-world Emma Stone. Yup, she gets to make out with Ryan again. Oh, hey, and Josh Brolin and Anthony Mackie is in this film as well and they’re pretty easy on the eyes, too. Enjoy! [YouTube]
I’m looking forward to to seeing Sean Penn’s upcoming film, “This Must Be The Place,” where he plays a rich, depressed ’80s musician married to a fire fighter. His character, Cheyenne, is loosely based on director Paul Sorrentino and Robert Smith of The Cure with a dash of Iggy Pop and David Byrne — which means he’s a goth. Yesss! Even though some might say guyliner and Doc Martins are not the most flattering on Sean, his bravery to go goth makes him hot to me. “I’m quite convinced that there will be plenty of audience reaction [to my look] that is — I’m going to use the word ‘challenged.’ But there was a choice to make, I made it,” Sean said. That’s right Sean, goth is a choice. And you wear it well. I’ll always have a soft spot for a goth man. So sensitive, so depressed, so sexy in black, so skilled at doing the pain dance. You can take the girl out of the goth club, but you can’t take the goth club out of the girl. I’ve rounded up some of the hottest goths onscreen. Keep on clicking for your daily dose of goth porn. [NY Times]
MTV wasn’t the only cable network to hold an award show this weekend. On Saturday night, Spike TV threw its annual Guys Choice Awards with heavy hitters like Justin Timberlake, Scarlett Johansson, Jason Bateman, Jennifer Aniston, and Mark Wahlberg in attendance. We, the viewing public, won’t get to see the show until Friday night at 10 p.m. But there is one moment I am really excited about. Apparently, the show boasts a “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” reunion. Even Sean Penn agreed to be part of the festivities, joining director Amy Heckerling and castmates Judge Reinhold, Robert Romanus, Brian Backer, and Forest Whitaker as Robert DeNiro inducted the iconic high school tale into the Guy Movie Hall of Fame.
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Last night, the Cannes Film Festival concluded with the Robert DeNiro-helmed jury handing out the awards for the best movies and acting on display at the festival. And I am sensing a theme: apparently, the jury was all about films that mixed everyday stories with, well, the fate of the universe. The coveted Palme d’Or award—Cannes’ version of Best Picture Oscar—went to “Tree of Life,” the movie which follows a suburban Texas family in the 1950s through two generations (Brad Pitt is the dad, Sean Penn is his son) connecting them to the creation of the world and cosmos. Meanwhile, most people thought Tilda Swinton had the Best Actress award in the bag for “We Need To Talk About Kevin.” But she was upset by Kirsten Dunst, who stars in “Melancholia,” the story of a bride who begins to feel more and more disillusioned while, lightyears away, a planet threatens to collide with Earth. Oddly, both movies prominently feature eclipses in their trailers. Keep reading »