Annoying and entitled Hollywood celebrity douchebags.
Coach hosted a party last night in honour of the brand’s new spokesperson Gwyneth Paltrow. She wore an orange dress and clashed it with red shoes. I normally hate red shoes. But I love red shoes when paired with an orange dress. I might have to rip this off. Gwyneth was joined inside her event by Mario Testino, all kinds of Euro elite, and some royalty too. Full Story
Written by Sarah Last year was the 30th anniversary of Empire Strikes Back. I’m not a huge Star Wars nerd, but I’m enough of a Star Wars nerd to be excited about this, especially since the Field Museum hosted a charity screening of Empire, which afterward included a cocktail reception honoring Lucas. Full Story
This is Ashton Kutcher arriving at Letterman presumably to promote his new starring role on Two and a Half Men. When Ashton obscures his looks, and he’s a very good looking man, there are very few kind things I can find to say about him. Look at him. He looks like a smug douche. With his try to be cheeky bowtie and his try to be I just grabbed these wrinkled pants pants and his I’m so much smarter and techier than you expression. Full Story
I snarked on Kellan Lutz a couple times yesterday because, obviously. He is more insufferable to me than ever since Comic-Con. And, you know, if I were him I’d be a little more careful about that secret because it’s no longer a secret anymore. Anyway, my friend Scott in New York, seeing that I was sh-tting on Kellan, being the bitchy, encouraging person that he is, sent me a scan from a recent issue of Us Weekly with an interview of Kellan Lutz. Full Story
Have received a lot of email about Henry Cavill after Comic-Con and I don’t have a lot to say about him other than he’s really, really lovely and has great hair and... is, like Charlie Hunnam, terribly unphotogenic. I mean, in person, you have to believe he’s beautiful. Elegant, strong, handsome. Full Story
That’ll make sense for you in a minute. Let me set the scene: Last night, as we do when we’re covering these festivals and conventions, we get together at the end of the night for some drinks before we hit the party. We compare stories – how was your day, who did you get, how was your interview, do you think you have enough b-roll? – and sometimes we agree and sometimes we disagree, and that’s normal because you can’t all get along with the same people and it’s a great way to exchange information and compare observations. Full Story