As Joni Mitchell says “you don’t know what you’ve got ‘til it’s gone” and that’s exactly how I feel about Sean Penn. There was a long dormant period when Sean was off doing his thing and we didn’t really have to hear about it but now he’s got this new novel to promote (serious question: How do you read while your eyes are rolling? Is it physically possible?) and he’s making the rounds with a little pig pen poof of American Spirit smoke hovering over his head. In addition to lighting up on stage while in an Ambien induced haze on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, E! reports that Sean was also a guest on the WFT podcast with Marc Maron and talked about ex-wife Robin Wright’s parenting style.
May/December romance activist Robin Wright’s current boyfriend Clement Giraudet might actually be her current husband. Page Six and People have pointed out that Robin, 51, and Clement (age not known) were photographed at a Paris soccer match this week wearing matching gold bands. It should be pointed out that both of those rings were being worn on the correct fingers to indicate that you’ve cemented yourself to the other person for life.
Robin Wright and Boyfriend Clement Giraudet Wear Matching Rings in Paris: Are They Married? https://t.co/a7YJiclW5o
— People (@people) March 10, 2018
They’ve reportedly been dating since September of last year. They were probably together earlier than that but she probably kept it quiet because she didn’t want her former co-star finding out and inviting her new man to visit the House of Cards set for a private nude tour.
Robin is living the life that Oprah is always urging us to – her best one. She fought for the same pay as her male co-star Kevin Spacey and won. She became the show’s sole lead when Spacey was fired after being outed as a skeezy skeeze who allegedly tried to get on several dicks without consent. Robin might actually be her Claire Underwood character! She’s straight glamour and has full permission to tell me she’d let my baby wither and die inside me at any time. Hell, she could do me to death in front of the fireplace and mock my “dumb, dead wife“ if she wished!
Clement is an exec with Saint Laurent so Robin’s getting that discount. Plus she’s got an ambitious, classy Frenchman to perhaps school her son Hopper on how not to be an N-bomb-spewing little dickface like his pops.
It might be a coin toss as to whether Ellen Pompeo or Robin Wright tests fan loyalty more, as both have taken their shows 900 seasons further than most thought they’d ever go. OK, fine, only Grey’s Anatomy has had 900…House Of Cards has had far less, but Kevin Spacey’s piss poor attempt at a Southern accent made the first five seasons seem like the first fifty. But now that Kevin has been fired by Netflix and is living out his days with Harvey Weinstein on Perv-tation Island, it’s up to Claire Underwood, er, Robin to take the helm on House of Cards. If last night’s season six teaser drop gives any indication, the last season of HOC is going to maintain the sneaky frantic chaos in the White House them. How unlike reality. Continue reading
2017 sucked for a lot of people but it might have been a boon for Robin Wright. In addition to having her co-starring role on House of Cards become a Head Bitch Up in Here role thanks to Kevin Spacey, Page Six is reporting that she’s got herself a hot new saucisson in the form of a younger French man named Clement Giraudet.
In news that should shock nobody, production is set to officially resume on Netflix’s House Of Cards without the accused sexual predator Kevin Spacey. That means the last season will be all about Robin Wright. In related news, I vote we rename the show House Of Icy Bobs And Pencil Skirts. Continue reading
Even though Kevin Spacey has joined the club of Hollywood assholes who will have to spend their remaining years donning sunglasses and a hoodie to do so much as go through the drive-thru at Burger King to avoid nasty glares, his show House Of Cards will start filming their final season sans the drawling diddler of a president. Sigh…if only life could imitate art. Continue reading