You have to feel sorry for Chris Brown, because no matter what he does, he still doesn’t realize that he has to own up and take responsibility for his actions. When a nude photo of Brown leaked online the other day, it was unfortunate for Brown, but all our sympathy for him was lost when he blamed the girl he sent the photo to for posting it online. Brown admitted to radio station Hot 99.5 that he took the pic himself (that’s pretty obvious), but then blamed the “reckless” girl he sent the naked photo to for making it public.
“When I saw it I was like, ‘Oh, damn, I kinda did take that picture,’” Brown told DJ Toby Knapp. Knapp then asked what Brown’s mother would say about the situation, and Brown replied “She’ll probably just tell me to watch who I be sending the pictures to—if you gonna do that, don’t be sending them to no . . . Girls be reckless.” Yes, you just kinda took all your clothes off and you kinda took the picture and you kinda hit send, but it’s the “reckless” girl at fault. We’re not saying the girl is innocent (in fact, if you want to be all gross about it, the photo is sort of impressive, so maybe she was trying to put the good word out about Chris), but Chris needs to start owning up to his behavior.
The Internet is so much better at animating things than I am at anything. It’s not even close. If the thing I’m best at is, like, running, which it’s not, I’d be like, 8 good at it, but the internet’s goodness at animating random joke things would be like 500, possibly 550.
Here’s Super Mario Bros. reinterpreted as a first-person shooter. It is amazing. Refer to paragraph one if this description isn’t roundabout enough:
Wonder what Ryan Murphy will have to say about this. Foo Fighter Dave Grohl went off on Glee at SXSW this week, telling The Hollwood Reporter he’s frustrated with the idea that rock bands should be grateful for autotuned cast renditions of their hits. “It’s every band’s right, you shouldn’t have to do f—ing Glee,” said Grohl, And then the guy who created Glee is so offended that we’re not, like, begging to be on his f—ing show… f— that guy for thinking anybody and everybody should want to do Glee. I watched 10 minutes. It’s not my thing.” Fair enough, but you just guaranteed it will be your 4-year-old daughter’s thing, Dave.
Though he left out Nathan Followill’s ill-advised baiting of show creator Murphy (“buy a new bra”), Grohl otherwise did a solid job of explaining the drama to drummer Taylor Hawkins. “[Murphy] wanted to do Guns ‘n’ Roses and Slash is like, ‘I hate f—ing musicals. It’s worse than Grease.’ Then [Murphy's] like, ‘Well, of course he’d say that, he’s a washed up ol’ rock star, that’s what they f—ing do.’ And then Kings of Leon say, ‘No, we don’t want to be on your show.’ And then he’s like, ‘Snotty little a–holes…’ And it’s just like, Dude, maybe not everyone loves Glee. Me included.” Said the philosophical Hawkins, “Yeah, f— that s—.” Looks like Gwyneth Paltrow may have another beef to settle!
We sort of figured that John Mayer‘s chances with the ladies were slim these days given his record as a bit of a dog who likes to blab about his conquests. That’s why we’re not really believing the rumor that Mayer is hooking up with Oscar-winner Kate Winslet, and we’re a little repulsed by the idea of it. Kate’s too classy for that, right? But Star Magazine reported that the two are secretly seeing each other, and the pairing makes no sense to us. “Kate Winslet is trying her best to keep her steamy new hookup under wraps,” Star reports. “But the newly single Oscar winner, 35, has been secretly spending time with notorious ladies’ man John Mayer, 33, Star has learned!”
We feel bad for Winslet, not just because of this rumor, but also because on the off-chance that it’s true, Jessica “Sexual Napalm” Simpson has got to be a tough act to follow.
I would gladly pay $1 million for a Real Life My Little Pony.
Did I say $1 million? I meant $∞ million. Because no price is too high for the opportunity to touch my forehead against a baby miniature horse forehead. (Which might be the only thing smaller than my former favorite small thing, bird faces. Their faces, not feces, which are also incidentally fairly small.)
I can see it now: Waking up in my canopy bed, spooning my ∞ million dollar horse. I lazily get out of bed and head to the kitchen. “Do you want coffee” I say as I kiss its little horse bangs good morning. I pour some coffee and grab the milk while my priceless horse entity sits at the table with a book.
And 9 months later, I give birth to a human baby body with a miniature horse head and, finally, everything makes sense.
I mean, how can the following image not bring people of all backgrounds, races and religions together??
There are few franchises that make us squee the way Harry Potter does. Twilight? Not really (sorry, Kate Spencer). The Hunger Games? We love it, but it still can’t hold a candle to the epic battle between The Boy Who Lived and He Who Must Not Be Named. So we’re thrilled and sad to watch this preview of Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part Two because while we’re really excited to see it, it’s the end of an era. The movie comes out on July 15, 2011, after which point, Ralph Fiennes will finally get his nose back.
We heart this picture of a glammed-out Kristen Stewart and her Panic Room co-star Jodie Foster chatting it up after the 2010 Oscars. Two superstars, known for their dedication to the craft of acting and their introverted, private ways, just shooting the sh*t in black tie wear. Jodie is out promoting her latest film The Beaver, and in an new interview she dishes on her first impression of Kristen, back when they first worked together in 2002.
“I just love Kristen Stewart, but I didn’t think she’d choose to be an actress,” Jodie told The Hollywood Reporter. “I said to her mom, ‘She doesn’t want that, right?’ And she’s like, ‘Well, yes, she kind of does.’ Because she’s very much like me: She’s not comfortable in life being a big externally, emotional person, beating her chest, crying every five minutes. I felt she was such an intelligent technician, so interested in camera – I thought that would translate to other things.”
Do you love movies where everyone’s talking in Boston accents and constantly hanging out in or around prominent Boston landmarks? Are you also literally Ben Affleck? If you said yes to either, especially the second one, you’ll most certainly enjoy this trailer for Boston Movie: ONE BOSTON MOVIE TO RULE THEM ALL. Although let’s not forget, in The Town, they literally burgle Fenway Park, so the people who made this had some work to do to actually exaggerate movie Bostonness.
Contains Boston movie spoilers, Boston NSFW language, and Boston Adult Situations:
The FABLife is playing March Celebrity Madness this month, putting 64 of our favorite stars into brackets and having you vote to decide our ultimate FAB icon. First we’ll be pitting four similar celebs against each other in the divisionals, with the winners pairing (and squaring) off in our Sweet 16 until only one is left standing. It’s just like the NCAA, except…ok, it’s nothing like the NCAA.
This morning we’re comparing some studs from across the pond, four men whose accents only add to their sex appeal stateside—Twilight‘s Robert Pattinson, King of the Acceptance Speech Colin Firth, Spartan-via-Scotland smoothie Gerard Butler and young Alex Pettyfer, who may get another crack at his own teen franchise with The Hunger Games. All are boneworthy Brits (yes, yes, Gerard’s actually Scottish, we know!), but which one is your favorite?