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Mae Whitman stars in The Duff, an upcoming movie for which you need to know two pertinent pieces of information: first, it’s based on a book written by an author, Kody Keplinger, who was 17 at the time of publication; second, and the one you’ll hear most about, is that “Duff” stands for “Designated Ugly Fat Friend”. Full Story
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And now, the “fangirl if they’re your favourites” voting roundup. If anyone looks happiest about voting it’s Mae Whitman, who is so proud and happy you’d think it was her first time. I don’t think it is -- she’s 24 -- but it’s cute as all heck nonetheless… Whereas Hilary Duff looks like this is just a long line of errands she’s doing today, don’t you think? I guess the white top is ideal for letting the sticker show, and/or the red bra-slash-tank underneath implies patriotism, but don’t you think she could dress a little snappier for voting day when she KNEW she’d be photographed? Josh Duhamel went for this “blank canvas with a sticker” look as well, but he looks a little less …oh, I don’t know, completely posed? By this logic, Elizabeth Banks is the anti-famewhore, as this charming pic of her boobs and her voting sticker does not include her face. Full Story
I can’t decide what I like best about these shots of Mae Whitman and Matt Lauria making out on camera for scenes in an upcoming Parenthood. A real front-runner is Mae’s stance – that wide-legged totally off balance pose is kind of hysterical to me, outlining both the wee-ness of her, and my projection that Amber couldn’t take a romantic move like kissing in the ocean without poking a little bit of fun at it. Full Story
I have to begin by confessing that I have not read The Perks of Being a Wallflower. And I can safely say that I regret letting it slip through the cracks. Because if a movie this good came from a book, I can only imagine how transformative that book must be. As a movie, The Perks of Being a Wallflower will go down as one of the great coming of age classics. Full Story