Miley Cyrus‘s friend Vijat Mohindra recently posted some very steamy pics of the newly-engaged singer/actress on his photography website, and there is some talk that this was not the agreement. Allegedly, the photos– especially one in particular which showcases a nude Miley in the bathtub– were meant for Miley‘s fiancé Liam Hemsworth, and no one else was to see them. Well, they’re online now, so here’s hoping this is just a rumor. I’m not trying to break up a happy home, if ya know what I mean :) Check out the pics inside!
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Julian Farino has been changing our lives for many years, although most of us wouldn’t recognize his name. He directed many episodes of HBO‘s Entourage (Emmy-nominated four times), and also brought us a few episodes of The Office. Now he’s making his feature film directorial debut with The Oranges, and I just had a grand ol’ time watching the trailer. I’d have to say that I’m most excited about the cast for this film: Hugh Laurie (House!) and Leighton Meester (Gossip Girls!) play an extremely unlikely (and barely legal) couple who combat the response (and disapproval) of respective family members, played by Catherine Keener (who I luuuurve!), Allison Janney, Oliver Platt, and Adam Brody. I haven’t seen a lot of Brody‘s work but if you watched The O.C. or Gilmore Girls, you know the name. The other actors are insanely brilliant and I expect very good, very hilarious things. Peep the trailer and tell me what you think. Can Laurie and Meester pull off the odd couple to end all odd couples?
And shouts-out to Jersey! The film is set in West Orange– right next door to Orange, New Jersey, where I lived for about a year. Good times, good time.
Yesterday we got to see 2 short preview teasers for the forthcoming sequel film Paranormal Activity 4. Today, we get to see the full first trailer. Paranormal Activity was “filmed” using a video camcorder. Paranormal Activity 2 was “filmed” using security cameras. Paranormal Activity 3 was “filmed” using a VHS recorder. As you can see, the footage this time around was “filmed” in an updated, clever way. Does it look scary to you?
Last year we saw on set photos of Zac Efron wearing only his undergarments while filming the new Lee Daniels film The Paperboy. Today, all these months later, we get to see the first video trailer released for the film. Set in the crime-filled and sex-charged swamplands of South Florida in the 1960′s, The Paperboy stars Matthew McConaughey, Zac Efron, David Oyelowo, Macy Gray, John Cusack and Nicole Kidman. After you get an eyeful of the trailer above, click below to see the film’s movie poster and learn more about the somewhat confusing storyline. More »
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Earlier today learned that Victoria Beckham is featured on the cover of the new issue of Glamour magazine (an issue that she also guest edited). Right now we learn that her hubby David Beckham is featured on the cover and in the pages of a magazine of his own. Becks is the new coverboy for British Esquire magazine and as you can see below, he does a good job of giving good face. Click below to see photos, read excerpts and watch behind-the-scenes video of DB‘s latest collabo with Esquire mag. More »
Early last week we learned that tough guy actor Michael Madsen would be starring in Justin Bieber‘s new video for his single As Long As You Love Me. Today we get to see the fruits of his labor as Bieber‘s new video gets released in full. As you can see, the video is a very cinematic production full of drama, action and a guest rap performance by Big Sean. If you can make it thru the first few minutes without laughing yourself to death at Bieber‘s acting performance, you might make it thru to the 4:30 min. mark … that’s where Madsen lays the beat down on Bieber. It might be worth a look.
Yesterday I became the proud owner of a new art piece that I have to share with all y’all. Some of you may know that I’m a pretty big fan of pop culture-inspired artwork so my latest acquisition should come as no surprise. In the past I’ve procured artwork that has been inspired by Masters of the Universe, Polaroid photography, etc. For the past year or so, I’ve become a fan of an LA street artist known as Thank You X. He has just released a new art piece titled Boy Wonder and yesterday I brought home one of his pieces. More »
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