Chris and Kathryn here. This marks the premiere of our brand new entertainment column that will question the chaos and the insane of all things Hollywood from our fav new trailers, hot celebrities, hilarious blog posts and a review of just all the jankiness.
Quote of the Week:
“Trying to hold a conversation with Snooki is a little like getting down on your hands and knees with a child. You have to come down to her level, and sometimes you almost think you need to bribe her with a piece of candy to coax her to be more responsive.”
- New York Times’ writer Cathy Horyn describing Snooki in her article entitled “Snooki’s Time.” Cathy’s diabolic profile of the pint sized Jersey Shore guidette refered kindly to Snooki as a “berserck windup toy” and a ” turnip turned on its tip” who is “not capable of serious introspection.” Many felt betrayed by the rather harsh language and blunt honesty not normally reserved for D-list celebs like the MTV phenom. However, Vulture succinctly summed up the debate by applauding the refreshingly non-sugarcoated nature of the piece while also lambasting the Times for taking a “cheap shot” at defenseless Snooki.
WTF!?!?!? News of the Week
- Board games replace comic books as the new inspiration for Hollywood films. Coming to theaters are live action adaptions of Candyland, Monopoly and the recently announced Battleship at the helm of Friday Night Lights director Peter Berg. Berg has cast uber hotties Taylor Kitsch (greasy haired, brooding Tim Riggins) and Alexander Skarsgard (blood thirsty Eric). Questionable yet is the casting of Rihanna as the love interest. Really Rihanna you choose this for your acting debut?!?
Photo of the Week
- Spencer Pratt failing pathetically to pull off facial hair a la Brad Pitt. Ashley says, “I don’t usually recommend hair dye for men, but this time I make an exception.”
Video of the Week
- Joshua Jackson proving once again why Pacey Witter was the only reason Dawson’s Creek was watchable while spoofing himself in one of the best Funny or Die clips EVER!!