In case you don’t know who this Connie Britton chick is, she was best known for her role as the hot redhead on Spin City like fifteen years ago. Anyhow, I haven’t seen her in a long time and I’ve got to say she’s looking really damn good. Here she is outside the Letterman studios in a tight ass dress that leaves nothing to the imagination. I like it. Now walk up some stairs for us. Hot.
“All will be revealed,” the sign held by nearly nu-de Kutcher, 33, along with equally underdressed cast mates Jon Cryer and Angus Jones, reads. No bowling shirt, no problem. In the first peek at Ashton Kutcher#39;s debut on Two and a Half Men, Charlie Sheen#39;s replacement leaves little to the imagination. And for those wondering how Kutcher will fill Sheen shoes, producers say he won#39;t be playing the bowling shirt-sporting, womanizing Charlie Harper. “I can#39;t replace Charlie Sheen, b
“It was the Royal Wedding of Miami,” a guest tells us of the three-day event, which took place over the weekend. “Every detail … down to infusing different scents into every stage of production, from invitations to areas where the wedding festivities took place. There were eight essential oils and natural ingredients created for the couple and their guests. It was totally awesome.” Miami Heat star Chris Bosh and Adrienne Williams threw one of most lavish wedding celebrations ever hosted at th
Say what you will about Paris Hilton , but she’s got one hell of a tight little body on her. Here she is in a really tight dress that not only leaves little to the imagination, but squeezes those skinny girl breasts together just perfectly. I love those magical disappearing reappearing boobs of hers. I get the feeling this chick spends the better part of the day keeping herself looking good. I wonder how much she pends a year on hair removal? Money well spent.
Ben Stiller is optimistic about Zoolander 2 getting made, even a decade after the original film premiered. In a press conference for his indie Submarine , Stiller said that he is still waiting for Paramount to approve the sequel’s script — which features Derek (Stiller) and Hansel (Owen Wilson) 10 years later living in Europe, where they are no longer relevant. “It’s kind of coming along slowly. We’re raring to go, not quite sure where the studio’s at. Hopefully it’ll come together.” [ The Playlist ]
The first teaser poster for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part I has just been released, and, well, the imagination and/or star power is a little lacking: The producers have used a breaking dawn sky to sell a movie called Breaking Dawn . But that’s OK! We can can make up for it by playing a little game.
A few days ago, acclaimed journalist and ghostwriter of Jay-Z’s Decoded, Dream Hampton’s “The Trouble with Chris Brown” mysteriously disappeared from BET.com. The piece was posted shortly after his Good Morning America behind-the-scenes performance; and, after a little work presumably on the part of his “enablers” (as Hampton so adequately referred to his manager, publicist, etc.), the commentary was removed. Addressing real issues isn’t always profitable; but, more disheartening than BET’s permissiveness is the slew of young women and girls that make up Team Breezy, female bloggers and Twitter followers who have unwaveringly stood by Chris Brown amidst domestic violence charges and uncontrolled, violent outbursts. They are the 1.9 million @chrisbrown followers who drove his new album F.A.M.E. to number one and, instead of holding him accountable, relentlessly displace responsibility for his actions onto others. ( Continue reading… )
Amber Rose leaves little to the imagination. That’s why we were able to see her nipple piercings recently. Thank you for that, by the way, Miss Rose. The pictures made us think about who else used their bodies as pin cushions. The results are sometimes sexy and other times disturbing.
‘… the ride Snyder takes you on is so vividly conceived, so deliriously bizarre and wonderful,’ writes Rene Rodriguez of the Miami Herald. By Eric Ditzian Abbie Cornish in “Sucker Punch” Photo: Warner Bros. We’ll say this about Zack Snyder: The guy knows how to stir up passion in moviegoers, whether those intense feelings skew toward the aggressively negative or the bow-down-before-a-cinematic-god positive. Just take a peek at reviews for the director’s adaptation of “Watchmen” in 2009. A similar disparity in critical assessments surrounds Snyder’s latest offering, the fantastical battle royale called “Sucker Punch.” Some reviewers are passionately defending the film and calling out the haters for simply failing to understand what the director was trying to accomplish. Many more, however, are accusing Snyder of being the one who failed to deliver. Will you love it? Hate it? Have you somehow never even heard of it? Check out what the critics are saying and decide for yourself. The Story “The story centers on Babydoll (Emily Browning), an orphan falsely accused of murdering her little sister and imprisoned inside an asylum where she is scheduled for a lobotomy. Before the procedure can be completed, Babydoll disappears into an alternate reality that exists entirely in her mind. There, she and four fellow inmates (Abbie Cornish, Jena Malone, Vanessa Hudgens and Jamie Chung) are performers in a bordello managed by the theatrical Madam Gorski (Carla Gugino) and run by the cruel pimp Blue (Miami’s Oscar Isaac). In order to escape — the cathouse and the mental institution — the girls must first fight off winged dragons, zombies, giant ninja robots and android aliens and collect five talismans. No, Sucker Punch doesn’t make any sense. But none of that matters, because the ride Snyder takes you on is so vividly conceived, so deliriously bizarre and wonderful.” — Rene Rodriguez, Miami Herald Storytelling Shortcomings “The film abdicates so many basic responsibilities of coherent storytelling, even coherent stupid-action-movie storytelling, director/ co-writer/ co-producer Zack Snyder must have known in preproduction that his greasy collection of near-rape fantasies and violent revenge scenarios disguised as a female-empowerment fairy tale wasn’t going to satisfy anyone but himself. Well, himself, plus ardent fans of Japanese-schoolgirl manga comics. … You will be unprepared for a film packing this much confusing crud into a little less than two hours of solitary confinement, which feels more like dog hours, i.e., 14.” — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune The Visuals “Loaded with all kinds of visions of the fantastic and high-octane excitement, it’s a visceral feast that utilizes Snyder’s signature techniques with all the velocity of a fire-breathing dragon … But ‘Sucker Punch’ is not just style over substance. That’s an argument the film is sure to be met with, as well, but there is just as much bubbling up under ‘Sucker Punch’s’ CG surface than there is in its sepia-toned skies. Filled with themes of empowerment, escapism, and changing the course of the typical narrative, the film rides high in its jet-propelled mech warrior, and it has much to tell us when it’s done doing loopty loops around our brain.” — Jeremy Kirk, FirstShowing.net The Influences “You could go to see ‘Sucker Punch’ this weekend — a lot of people probably will, and a few may even admit as much back at the office on Monday — or you could try to make it yourself, which might be more fun, though not necessarily cheaper. Here’s what you will need: a bunch of video-game platforms; DVDs of ‘Shutter Island,’ ‘Kill Bill,’ ‘Burlesque’ and ‘Shrek’; some back issues of Maxim; a large bag of crystal meth; and around $100 million. Your imagination will take care of the rest.” — A.O. Scott, The New York Times The Final Word “Some will see the worst sort of objectification in its Victoria’s Secret-esque femme front line that also includes the scantily clad corps of Abbie Cornish, Jena Malone, Vanessa Hudgens and Jamie Chung. Others will argue that ‘Sucker Punch’s’ sexy guerrillas represent female empowerment, to say nothing of the benefits of diet and exercise. I’d suggest the film is a wonderfully wild provocation — an imperfect, overlong, intemperate and utterly absorbing romp through the id that I wouldn’t have missed for the world.” — Betsy Sharkey, Los Angeles Times Check out everything we’ve got on “Sucker Punch.” For breaking news, celebrity columns, humor and more — updated around the clock — visit MTVMoviesBlog.com . Related Videos ‘Sucker Punch’ Clips Related Photos “Sucker Punch” ‘Sucker Punch’ Premiere In Los Angeles