If the world of blogs who post about celebrities was high school, Dlisted would be smoking the good shit in the parking lot of a Del Taco after skipping detention, which we got for talking shit about everyone and everything, never having a nice thing to say, and being an overall mess. And yes, we’d be a 30-year-old junior. GoFugYourself, on the other hand, would be talking about the popular kids’ outfits while keeping it nice and fair. The fashion blog GFY keeps their critiques directed at the outfits of celebrities, and they don’t comment on bodies (they also check any commenter who doesn’t follow that policy). But yet, out of all the blogs out there, Olivia Munn decided to drag GFY because they didn’t like what she’s wearing in the picture above.
This is the week of famous-types going after blogs for not solely barfing out a stream of positivity about them. Cardi B went after The Shade Room for not posting anything positive about her or other hip-hop artists. Lizzo punched at Pitchfork for giving her album a mixed review. Ariana Grande said that us shit-talking blogs need to find Jesus. And now this Olivia Munn crap. Next up, someone from the second season of Rock of Love will find an old post I wrote about them and drag me in a MySpace post.
There was lots of glamour, color, and levity on display on the red carpet for last night’s Critics’ Choice Awards. And I’m going to go ahead and give all the credit to Judith Light. Judith set the tone, and everybody else did their level best to match her energy. There was probably a panicked buzz of “Judith Light, Judith Light, Judith Light” spreading among Hollywood stylists when they realized she was going to be there, forcing everyone to step up their game. Nobody quite got there, but they tried and that’s what counts. Ultimately, posing through Christian Siriano-made polka dots the size of dinner plates, Judith put all the kids on blast. If Judith wanted to be a real pal, she should have given a posing tutorial before the red carpet. Some people could really have used the help (see after the cut).
You probably remember that back in May, the cast of Arrested Development sat down for an interview for The New York Times which ended with Jessica Walter in tears. She was trying to talk about Jeffrey Tambor being a rageaholic asshole to her on set, and Jason Bateman, Tony Hale, and David Cross were practically tripping over each other to rush to his defense. People were rightfully outraged. One such person was Thomas Sadoski. Now, before you start practicing your owl calls, I’ll remind you that he is Amanda Seyfried‘s husband. Apparently, Thomas rushed to Jessica’s defense on Instagram as soon as he heard about it, and read the boys for filth. But if an owl hoots in the woods and there’s nobody following him, does it even count? But I guess somebody must have seen it because Amanda claims that he recently lost out on a job because of it.
An actor, and friend of director Shane Black, got his scene cut from The Predator after his acting partner Olivia Munn went to Twentieth Century Fox and told them he’s a registered sex offender. Olivia then revealed during the film’s stint at TIFF that she’d become the pariah of The Predator cast for speaking out. Sterling K. Brown eventually reached out to Olivia on Twitter.
Olivia had said her costars Boyd Holbrook, Trevante Rhodes, and Keegan-Michael Key all gave Shane Black a standing ovation at the film’s TIFF premiere, which pretty much made it sound like they were firmly on Team Shane. But Boyd has spoken out about Olivia’s decision, and he had some supportive things to say.
Olivia Munn Says She’s Gotten Little Support From Her “Predator” Castmates After Calling Out A Sex Offender
Recently we all learned that Twentieth Century Fox cut a scene from The Predator after Olivia Munn let them know that the dude she did the scene with is a registered sex offender. Director Shane Black knew about the whole sex offender registration but chose to cast the guy anyway since he wanted to “help a friend.”
To Olivia, it seemed like a no-brainer getting rid of the guy who tried to lure a 14-year-old girl into a sexual relationship over the internet, especially one who the sex offender himself described as a “distant relative”. But apparently, not everyone agrees with her.
Olivia Munn Got A Scene From “The Predator” Pulled After She Discovered Her Co-Star Was A Sex Offender
A week from today, Twentieth Century Fox will release The Predator into theaters, the fourth film in the Predator series (or sixth, if you count those god-awful Alien vs. Predator films). But there’s one thing that will be missing from it. I guess you could say the titular predator wasn’t the only predator on the set of The Predator.