“Jude Law looked tan, fit & handsome at CinemaCon this week” links


Jude Law looked hot at CinemaCon (he was there to support Spy). [A Socialite Life]
Gillian Anderson asked out Chris Martin? What? [Dlisted]
Amy Pascal called Henry Cavill “that lame super man guy.” [LaineyGossip]
Rest in peace, Sawyer Sweeten. [Buzzfeed]
Six celebrities who suffered lapses in likeability. [Pajiba]
Sonja Morgan defends her legitimate businesses. [Reality Tea]
No more funeral strippers in China! Was that really a thing? [Starcasm]
CeeLo Green is barely taller than a car door. The more you know. [Celebslam]
Karolina Kurkova’s terrible pants. [Go Fug Yourself]
Megan Fox & I have the same hair length. [Moe Jackson]
Zach Braff shows off his abs in an Instagram. [Wonderwall]
Does anyone else think Selena Gomez got implants? [Popoholic]
Salma Hayek ate a cricket. Sure. [The Blemish]


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  1. escondista says:

    Dat hairline tho.

    • jinni says:


    • mark says:

      Hairline shaming, this site is very problematic.

      • dr mantis toboggan says:

        Aw, that’s lame Mark. You’re not even trying anymore

      • Kitten says:

        Please, Mark. You’re up this site’s ass like beige booty shorts.

        I think Jude should just shave it all off at this point.

        Embrace the bald, Jude!

      • VirgiliaCoriolanus says:

        YES. Shave it off and grow a beard. And I just started watching House of Cards (on the 4th episode), and the dude who plays as Doug Stamper (baldish) is creepy-hot. Like I’d be afraid to go out with him because I’d be afraid to wake up in his trunk. But still….kinda hot.

      • mimif says:

        HI MARK! I missed you like Jude’s scalp misses it’s hairline.

      • Kitten says:

        LOL, mimif.

        All the pixie bobs for you today!

      • Kiddo says:

        Thanks Mark, that was a big guffaw for me.

      • mark . says:


        I post everyone now and again on here but you post of ever article of people you don’t if you hate them ignore them and why does this site hate being told how hypocritical they are?

        I post to a bunch of office workers trying to be catty and failing.

        it is suppose to be anti-humour because the lack of self awareness from this site and the people are the only thing that makes me chuckle.

      • Eve says:

        Punctuation, Mark. Punctuation.

      • Kitten says:

        That’s punctuation-shaming, Eve!

        That’s it, Mark, we’re finished. That was the final straw. Go date mimif-she’s stoned all the time so she’ll be more tolerant of your cantankerous ass.

    • Heather says:

      It’s sexi, actually.

    • sophietta says:

      Who cares….he is an amazing actor who plays untoward and unusual character roles with great aplomb, awareness and sensitivity…regardless of the missing top notch. He is yummy (although his personal choices appear a bit, um, juvenile)!!!

  2. Eve says:

    Re: Amy Pascal/Henry Cavill. Damn, she couldn’t even mention him by name. That’s baaaaaaaad.

    • Ashley says:

      There could be worse things to be called. Doubt he’s losing sleep over it with all those DC movies slated.

      • Eve says:

        Really? You play the main character in a blockbuster type of movie and someone (not just anyone, but one of the most powerful executives in the business) calls you “That lame super man guy”. Not bad? Alrighty then.

    • VirgiliaCoriolanus says:

      Lol Eve. And she didn’t even call him “Superman” she called him “that LAME super man guy”….everyone knows the movie was garbage. It looked like an “EXPLOSIONS EXPLOSIONS listen to me some while i explain some great grand mysterious truth to you EXPLOSIONS EXPLOSIONS oh there’s my girlfriend by the end of the movie shes hot EXPLOSIONS EXPLOSIONS EXPLOSIONS EXPLOSIONS bad guy dead make out with girlfriend i’m a hero EXPLOSION”…..

      • Hum says:

        he can make a career off playing superman alone. And seeing how petty she’s been in those emails I doubt he or anyone in his camp cares

      • Eve says:

        @ Virgilia:

        I tried to watch it when it premiered on HBO here. I really did.

        But when I checked the remaining time and saw that there was 1h10 left, I couldn’t take it anymore. While I was flipping through the channels I kept coming back to see if it was over — but it felt like it was the same scene playing on a loop (I’m talking about that final Superman vs. Zod fight).

        The dialogues, the fact Zod keeps taking off and landing that damn ship, Russell Crowe’s super smart ghost/projection/whatever that was.

        By the way, I think I read somewhere Crowe’s character had more lines and screen time than Superman himself. I don’t dare try to watch it again. Nope. Whenever I’m flipping through the channels now and see it’s on, I click on the thing with such anger and so fast I think I might have broken the remote control.

        However, the thing that made me the most upset about MoS was the fact that they managed to ruin Michael Shannon for me. A single picture of that man can give me the chills — in Man of Steel? He was just really angry. Looked like a five-year-old throwing a tantrum over a toy he wanted.

        @ Hum:

        Problem is: I know real life people — ordinary moviegoers — who have no idea of whom Henry Cavill is. They either use terms like Pascal did or say things like “oh, that guy from Superman, don’t know who he is”.

        And a camp that comes up with a ridiculous stunt like those supermarket/shopping carts/PR romance DOES care about these things. They ought to care about how their client is perceived or if he’s liked well enough, or if he can become a household name. It’s their job.

      • VirgiliaCoriolanus says:

        Have you been watching “Hannibal”? As I’ve been gushing to littlestar, I’ve watched the last episode, Mizumono like ten times. God. I still have heart palpitations.

      • Eve says:

        @ Virgilia:

        It airs on AXN here — but, to my surprise, it’s dubbed in Portuguese. They also air it in its original audio, but I can NEVER find a pattern, the right schedule. It’s like they air two episodes here and there, randomly, in English, then the whole season dubbed in Portuguese at the right time (10 p.m. here).

        I’ll wait for the DVDs.

        Love Mads Mikkelsen, love his accent, those strange pouty lips and think his is the best take on the character ever. Yes, you read it right: among Brian Cox (the original Hannibal in Manhunter), Anthony Hopkins and Mads Mikkelsen, I think the latter is the best.

      • Lilacflowers says:

        @Eve, that film showed me that Michael Shannon could give a bad performance. Untunthen, I wouldn’t have believed it. I kept watching and thinking: “that’s not Zod! That’s a constipated Michael Shannon. Where is Terrence Stamp? He’s the only true Zod.”

      • VirgiliaCoriolanus says:

        Mads Mikkelsen is soooo hot, it’s ridiculous. And he’s been with the same woman since 1987! WTF? It must be something in the water where he’s from….

      • Eve says:

        @ Virgilia:

        And she’s older than him.

        @ Lilacflowers:


        Terrence Stamp, campy as he was in “Superman”, still looked smore imponent (and scarier) than Shannon with all that frowning and yelling.

    • Kiddo says:

      EVE!, I had your tutu laundered in anticipation of your return!

    • TotallyBiased says:

      AND if you happen to be psycho enough to read all several hundred Grimsby emails (the Sacha Baron Cohen movie) where they’re trying to cast his co-star, there’s a moment where they have two lists–an a list and a b list–and SBC is trying to get Hiddles moved up to the A list but the execs at Sony are saying uh-uh.
      And someone mentions Cavill.
      The response to which (can’t remember if this is Pascal or some other Sony exec) is:
      NOT Cavill.
      So, yes, sometimes it IS worse to be referred to by name!
      (yup, obligatory Hiddles reference. :) )

  3. dr mantis toboggan says:

    I think the American Citizen became more likeable after the incident. America’s sweetheart gets drunk and mouths off, just like normal people!
    I never liked Jeremy Renner anyway.

    • Rhiley says:

      I’m not so sure. I think people now think of Reese as a stuck up, entitled, prickly tart when before– at least in the south– she was looked upon as the cute, down home girl, next door. She is pretty nuts, and the booze just makes her nuttier.

      • Mel M says:

        I agree, that incident did not make her more likeable to me in any way. It made me see that she is just like all of the other Hoolywood “elite” that think they are better then us peasants and above the law.

      • Kitten says:

        I’ve always hated her, and I still find her face very punchable.

        (are you happy, Mark?)

      • VirgiliaCoriolanus says:

        Agree. I didn’t LOVE Reese before, but I thought a few of her (old) movies were cute (I’d seen “Legally Blonde”, “Sweet Home Alabama”, and “Walk The Line”), and I felt some pity for her from being married and divorced to Ryan what’s his face…..because he just always gave me the idea of being a massive tool. But after that incident, I now know that she gives as good as she gets. I’m not EVER going to forget her husband, the one who actually got the DUI, quietly did what the cop told him to do, and when she kept acting the rich, entitled, drunken fool, he said “Not tonight, Reese.”…yea. I mean, she’s still okay now, but that made me believe all of the “Reese is a massive beyotch” stories……

    • Heather says:

      100% agree. In the very least, she appeals to a different audience now, and probably an audience that’s a little more willing to see her experiment with different roles.

  4. Mel M says:

    I don’t think Selena got implants. I think she just gained some weight and because she’s still young and perky her boobs look great.

    • Samtha says:

      Agree. She’s obviously gained weight, and some of it went to her boobs. As it does. I think she looks fantastic.

    • Happy21 says:

      Yeah I don’t think so either. She’s never been flat chested and she is probably wearing a very boob friendly bra. I have a friend who used to be “B” cup and everyone referred to her as my friend with the big boobs. Just because she was petite and knew how to wear the right bra with the right tops.

  5. Lama Bean says:

    I’m going to confess some things here. 1. I think Jason Statham is actually really cute. 2. My skin crawls an inch to the left thinking of Jude Law’s wandering unprotected dong. 3. Zachary Braff is actually on my list of guys I’d date, and the abs made me even more convinced (because I like my men fairly slender)

    • Kiddo says:

      Say three Hail Fairies and spin in circles, your sin will be absolved.

    • VirgiliaCoriolanus says:

      I just watched “Snatch” and “Lock, Stock, and Three Smoking Barrels”….I didn’t realize how good he could be with a great script/story. And I’m still lol’ing over the line: ” You don’t look like your average horti-fucking- culturalist”…..

  6. VirgiliaCoriolanus says:

    I feel like a tone deaf moron–I seriously, for WHATEVER reason thought Susan Downey was only pregnant once. I’m looking on the Dailymail, and seeing he’s got a five month old….. I must’ve forgotten or something, because I legit thought he had only two kids.

  7. **sighs** says:


    Oh ooh.

  8. jferber says:

    Maybe lack of humor, Mark, but all too self-aware.

  9. TotallyBiased says:

    Okay, I’ll graffito it here as well. CP at CinemaCon, according to Variety:
    “Universal offered plenty of scares at its CinemaCon panel — though none as blood-drenched as Guillermo del Toro’s “Crimson Peak,” which evoked plenty of gasps from startled exhibitors.”

  10. Naddie says:

    Jude Law is an amazing actor. He’s the kind of guy I’d think is hot in person, but on tv he’s pretty meh.

    • Sandy says:

      He is GORGEOUS in person! I was on holiday in London in 2012 and I went to watch Henry V at the Globe Theatre. As I’m walking into the bottom entrance I see this ridiculously good looking man infront of me but I couldn’t place where I recognised him from. I proceed to the ticket counter to pick up my ticket and this beautiful man is right in front of me waiting too. I could see the lady behind the desk freaking out and I couldn’t understand why, he picks up his tickets and leaves and thats when I have a good look at his face and realise it’s Judy Law!!! And let me tell you he’s very very very good looking in person.