Many were wondering what the deal was with Angelina Jolie on the red carpet at the Golden Globes Monday night. Some claimed she looked strung out, others wondered if there was tension with the husb, many worried she was a couple Lean Pockets shy of passing out. Today, we have an answer: She hates awards shows, and specifically, Ryan Seacrest, (wax figure seen right, looking sad.)
On his morning radio show, Seacrest launched into an Anti-Jolie diatribe:
â€œI asked her four questions and she didnâ€™t even answer me,â€ he complained. â€œI literally stood there and tried to ask a couple of questions. At one point I just kind of let the E! microphone sit in front of her for a second to see if she was going to acknowledge it, and she clearly wanted nothing to do with me or my question or my answer or any of it.â€
Seacrest was more forgiving of Jolieâ€™s other half, Brad Pitt, who was standing next to her during the interview and did most of the talking. â€œBrad was fantastic.”
“Donâ€™t go. Donâ€™t go support your man. Donâ€™t go.”
This sounds like the ideal situation for Seacrest: Charm the mullet right off Brad while Angelina is at home busy hand-feeding her mini-army of children. Because when the man who learned everything he knows from Merv Griffin lets his microphone dangle in front of your face, you best slap a smile on your face ASAP dammit.
Before you check out the below trailer for Sunshine (see post title), directed by Danny Boyle of 28 Days Later, we’d like to relate a short story. A story about how a few years back I made the silly mistake of seeing the movie 28 Days Later, about ravenous zombies, in the evening — meaning that by the time the movie ended, the sun had gone down. My friend and I, exiting the theater into the dark streets of New York City, both decided to cab it home out of fear (even though we were making a combined salary of a handful of ramen noodles at the time), spoke on the phone throughout the ride to reassure our safety, and then locked ourselves in our rooms with the lights on out of fear our necks would be devoured by the walking dead.
Below is the trailer for Boyle’s new movie, Sunshine, about people sent to reignite the sun. Let’s just say we won’t be buying any Vitamin D lamps anytime soon.
Itâ€™s Best Night Ever for Wednesday, January 17th! Shea Hess is here to walk you through the best moments of Wednesday night TV, including: Armed and Famous, Beauty and the Geek, and American Idol tries to find talent in Seatle!
Need we even introduce it? We have to hand it to the producers of All My Children: The Zarf Cam really put us in his shoes. His huge, platformed, thigh-high boot-pant shoes.
Ah-Guh. We would love to meet the maniacal wax-worker at Madame Tussauds Las Vegas responsible for hand-crafting the following wax figure of Ryan Seacrest, so that we could grab his hand in ours, a rubber mallet in the other, and mangle the ever-living God out of it Casino-style. Because the hands responsible for creating the following wax dummy of Ryan Seacrest must be stopped:
Though the added detail of the fake tan is a nice touch. And even in wax, Simon Cowell and Ryan’s sexual tension is palpable.
I bet Rupert Everett was pissed when he ended up being the second gayest thing to happen on The View this morning:
Nicole Richie works on new hairstyle to distract the public from whatever stupid thing she decides to do next.
Your turn. Leave your captions in the comments now. And for more pics of Nicole’s beauty salon trip, click here.
In a moment of supreme Alanis Morissette-esque irony, I received a Dane Cook promotional email from Special Ops Media only moments after posting my MySpace correspondance with Dane earlier today. Apparently, his publicity folks would like me to “review/preview” the Soundrack From Dane Cook’s Tourgasm, which features tracks including (I swear to God):
- “Ball Sack”
- “Fart King”
- “Brokebutt Mountain
- “F**king Turtle”
When it comes to “reviewing” this soundtrack, or Dane’s talent as a comedian, those song titles pretty much speak for themselves. The full tracklisting/press release can be found after the jump.