He’s not THAT bad. Wouldn’t you rather listen to “Lil’ Timmy Tim” as opposed to Kanye? When Timothée Chalamet was a high school kid at some prestigious performing arts school in Manhattan (which was probably, like, yesterday), he had to take Statistics. This is disappointing because you would figure you would go to a Fame-type school to AVOID math.
Famed Italian “giallo” director Dario Argento is known for his stylish and much-imitated horror flicks, with the most revered one being 1977’s “I think my dance instructor might be Satan!” cult epic Suspiria. Dario Argento was interviewed by Radio Rai 1’s Un Giorno da Pecora (via The Film Stage) and the host brought up 2018’s remake of Suspiria by “Call Me By Your Name” director Luca Guadagnino that starred Tilda Swinton and that bore from the 50 Shades trilogy. Suffice to say, Dario wasn’t thrilled by the remake and probably acted like those incel-types by trying to tank it on Rotten Tomatoes out of spite.
Yeah, it’s The Sun but it’s Sunday, so let’s run with it, shall we? Charlize Theron and Brad Pitt are reportedly a thing now, after “kindling their romance over the Christmas period.” And they were supposedly introduced by Charlize’s craggy and cranky ex Sean Penn! Sure, you’re slightly shaking your head at how this one is total bullshit by my, wouldn’t it make the veins in Angie’s forehead pop with rage if it was true? Charlize doesn’t waste time trying to cultivate a saintly image at the UN! She shills perfume in beautifully shot television ads, makes movies, and lives her damn life. We like that in a screen goddess!
Ariana Grande’s latest song “7 Rings” is about how rich she is, how she can afford to buy anything, and how that ponytail is bought and paid for with her vast stores of cash. So – a song guaranteed to endear her to millions. In addition to red-bottomed shoes and long strands of presumably human hair, Ariana also purchased some more attention with a particular line from the song (“You like my hair? Gee, thanks, just bought it”). Rapper Princess Nokia accused Ariana of copying her 2017 song Mine and tweeted (and later deleted) about Ariana pulling some cultural appropriation shit, “Ain’t that the little song I made about brown women and their hair? Sounds about white.” Since then, other artists have also gotten in the Ariana Grande Ripped Me Off line.
In response, she posted a flippant comment that included the buzzwords “white women,” “weaves,” and “racism.” You can bet your bottom, top and middle dollar that Ariana later deleted the comment and issued an apology for it. The attention-grabbing celebrity social media faux pas with requisite apology – lather, rinse, repeat.
Did he wear it when he married David Geffen? I KID. Sad Keanu Reeves, Hollywood stalwart and soft-spoken hug magnet, went on the The Talk and spoke about the time that he wore birthday goddess Dolly Parton’s bunny outfit from her 1978 Playboy cover.
The first person Harvey Weinstein (and Asia Argento probably followed suit) slashed off his Christmas card list after the #MeToo movement reared its necessary head, Rose McGowan, has demonstrated that everybody has shit to learn about everybody else and their experiences. She’s also probably clued herself in that it should probably be done without getting into a screaming match over it in the middle of a Barnes & Noble. In a video for PinkNews, Rose apologized to the trans community for past remarks she’s made about transgender women in comparison to cisgender women, and for a public fight she got into with a transgender woman over it.