It’s hard to think that in 10 years Robert Downey Jr. has gone from being a jailed heroin addict to one of Hollywood’s most wanted actors. It’s also just as hard to believe that he’s been walking red carpet events for 30 years and has yet to pick up a single fashion tip along the way. How is it that someone with such a GQ face always looks like he walked straight out of the K-Mart bargain bin? With the sequel to last summer’s blockbuster Iron Man coming out this Friday, we thought we’d take a look at RDJ’s worst fashion choices.
1. Disco Dreadful
2. Zipper Issues
3. Denim Dud
4. Satin Sexy
5. The Undershirt Protest Phase
6. Pretty in Pink
7. Partying in Plaid
8. Straight out of the Laundry Hamper
9. Clash of the Patterns
10. Mustache Mistake
11. Blond Ambition
12. Bringing Back Prison Colors
13. Masculine in Mink
14. Over Accessorized and Painfully Pinstriped
15. Ready for the 1985 Prom
16. Channeling Samuel L. Jackson
17. Purple Passion
18. The Bucket List
19. The Opposite of Business Socks
20. Floundering in Fuchsia
Attagirl Lindsay! This is such a fantastic way to revive your career. Playing Linda Lovelace in a film that’s the porn star featured in 1972′s infamous Deep Throat is a genius move. Forget the fact that you’re playing an adult film actress and you’ve already played a stripper once. You’re in a movie again! Your parents will be so proud (maybe this is what you and Dina were toasting at Chateau Marmont last night?). Oh wait – first you need to avoid going to jail, eh Lindsay? Then you need to get to the point where you can actually see your dad Michael Lohan without a police escort. But hey – this is progress!
This may seem like just another page in LL’s very own gossip bestseller, Lindsay’s BFF/photographer Tyler Shields says there’s some truth to this tidbit. E Online confirmed the report after Shields told them he spoke to film’s director Matthew Wilder. He stated, “[Wilder] contacted me and asked me if I would do the promos for the movie.” Looks like La Lohan’s really going to be lovin’ up the screen with this one. It’s called, most aptly, “Inferno.”
Oh and just so you know, Lovelace eventually did leave the adult movie business and became an antipornography activist. Hear that, Lindsay?
Woo, woo, woo! TMZ has footage of Charlize Theron making out with Keanu Reeves on the street after a delicious dinner together! Is it possible that the former co-stars of 1997′s Devil’s Advocate and 2001′s Sweet November are enjoying a belated romance? Has he been politely waiting for relationships with Stephan Jenkins and Stuart Townsend to end so he could swoop down and declare his eternal devotion? Was his shirt off when he did it? “More evidence—when they hugged each other goodbye, Charlize’s hands are clearly UNDER KEANU’S JACKET!” OMG! That’s totally the universal sign of a sexual relationship! What an update!
Granted, these two have acted intimately for years at social events and they clearly were aware of the cameras during their clinch. If they were secretly banging, they probably wouldn’t be hugging at all. But if Charlize and Keanu want to come forward with some grand Hepburn and Tracy story involving years of simmering chemistry, far be it from us to advise them otherwise. See photos of Charli-anu in the gallery below.
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A musical based on 8 ½, the impenetrable Federico Fellini film from 50 years ago? God knows what anybody was thinking–aside from hoping that maybe this tuner would repeat the success of the Oscar-winning Chicago. The songs are pretty unmemorable and the story is as underpowered as an Audi on bricks, but there are some good things here. Daniel Day-Lewis plays the genius movie director who has run out ideas. Seeking refuge from his producers and the press at a seaside spa, he is both tormented and delighted by visions of the women in his life. Day-Lewis is as watchable as ever; Penelope Cruz does a pole dance, and Fergie is an unexpected surprise as a prostitute singing “Be Italian” like her next plate of pasta depended on it. Judi Dench warbling in a basque, however, is enough to make one drive nails through their eyes.
Extras: Commentary track, three music videos and plenty of “making of” featurettes.
- By C. Bottomley
It’s no secret that we, along with millions of rabid fans, love Robert Pattinson. We’ve even had the pleasure of sitting within arm’s length of the gorgeous hair-fusser at the Remember Me roundtables. Sure, we drooled and our hearts raced as he entered the room, but it wasn’t his looks (okay, solely his looks) that resonated after his wrangler dragged him from the interview. It was his shocking modesty and charm that kept our butterflies aflutter. Despite his throngs of screaming fans, the dude genuinely seemed baffled why anyone gives a sh*t.
It’s because of this personal interaction that we refuse to believe the rumors that Mr. Nice Guy himself was a diva during the re-shoots of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse last week. Apparently Rob showed up a day late and gave director David Slade ‘tude throughout the following three 16-hour days on set, making the entire atmosphere tense. We can’t imagine Rob doing much more than workin’ his mop and giggling adorably, but even if he wasn’t happy as a clam, who would be chipper under the circumstances?
These re-shoots (or “pick-up shoots” as Summit is cautiously calling them) usually don’t bode well for a film’s quality. Let’s hope Eclipse just needed more gratuitous beauty shots of RP’s pretty face, a la Remember Me, to overshadow subpar acting. We went there, Twi-hards! [Source: E!; Photo: Getty Images]
Eclipse stills below.
“The Kennedys” is going to be the History Channel’s first scripted miniseries and they recently announced that Katie Holmes will portray Jacqueline Kennedy while Greg Kinnear is taking on the role of President John F. Kennedy. (What, was Tom Cruise busy?) Barry Pepper has been cast to play Robert Kennedy, who served as U.S. attorney general in his brother’s administration while Tom Wilkinson is taking on the role of the patriarch, Joseph Kennedy.
According to the channel, the eight-hour miniseries, which will air on the History Channel in 2011, will include the family’s personal drama along with major events of their time. Katie’s going to have to bring back the bob – and also her acting skills. Do you think she has what it takes to play the most famous First Lady ever?
“Ok, who just called me a fat Gerard Butler? Who said that? Bring the heathen to me!” It’s too soon to tell if Russell Crowe still has enough action fans to make his Robin Hood a hit (only his American Gangster has passed the $100 million mark in the decade since Gladiator), but if he’s willing to play around with a sword while promoting Spain, expect to see even crazier shenanigans when the film opens stateside next month—maybe they’ll get him to perform at Medieval Times. Are you excited to watch Russell play the Prince Of Thieves? Check out more photos of the 46-year-old swashbuckler in the gallery below.
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It’s official: Bill Condon will direct the final Twilight Saga movie(s?), Breaking Dawn. The guy’s got a solid resume: he directed Dreamgirls and Kinsey and is also an Oscar-winning screenwriter (he won for Gods and Monsters, was nominated for Chicago). Impressive, yes – but can he handle the vampire f*ck-fest/violent stomach-tearing vampire birth/creepy Jacob-Renesmee love affair that is Breaking Dawn? (Er, spoiler alert.)
What do you think about the latest directorial choice, Twi-hards? Did you want Summit to bring back Catherine Hardwick, Chris Weitz or David Slade instead? Will Condon click with his romantically linked stars, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson? Most importantly, will he give us the R-rated sex scenes we so desperately want to see?! (Don’t lie, you know you want to see them in all their bed-splitting glory too.)
Amanda Peet didn’t let pregnancy keep her off the red carpet, so why should she waste any time getting back on once the kid was born? The Whole Nine Yards star attended the premiere of her new movie Please Give at the Tribeca Film Festival last night, only eight days after the birth of Molly June, her second daughter with husband David Benioff. Molly’s birth came early enough that Peet had to cancel a Letterman appearance scheduled the day after—maybe she was supposed to be preggo for this photo op too. See photos of Peet and more in the gallery below.
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