It seems Pete Wentz is going "Mark Whalberg" on us and will be one of GAP's models this fall. No word yet if it's solely for their underwear line or what.
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The Curse of Justin Timberlake
Posted Jul 18th 2006 9:03PM by Erik Davis
While I'm sure most of you are die hard Justin Timberlake fans and refuse to hear anything bad about the singer-turned-actor, so far all of the films he has starred in have one thing in common -- no theatrical release. After premiering at Sundance to lukewarm reviews, Alpha Dog was supposed to debut at some point this past spring, but with the controversy surrounding the film's plot and differing opinions regarding its release schedule, there's a good chance we won't see this puppy hit theaters until winter.
Ah, and then there's Richard Kelly's Southland Tales. In the pic, Timberlake plays an Iraq war veteran who narrates through the scope of his machine gun. After critics at Cannes went all Brown Bunny on this sucker, calling it a "sloppy mess" and a "major disappointment," Kelly was forced back into the editing room to try and find some way to salvage the film. Recently, Sony Pictures acquired all American theatrical and home video distribution rights with hopes to debut it sometime next year ... if that ever happens.
Okay, so that's Timberlake's second and third film -- what about his first? Perhaps you'll remember way back in September 2005 when Edison (later changed to Edison Force) closed the Toronto Film Festival. Pic, which featured a nice-looking cast of Kevin Spacey, Morgan Freeman, Dylan Mcdermott and, our hero, Justin Timberlake was, like Alpha Dog, supposed to hit theaters this past spring. However, we now have word that, due to extremely negative reviews, Edison Force is heading straight to DVD. This leads to an interesting question: Does a Justin Timberlake curse really exist? If so, what does this mean for the upcoming Black Snake Moan and Shrek the Third, both of which feature Timberlake? Will something go wrong? Probably. We'll keep an eye out and let you know as soon the curse strikes again.
On Thursday, July 13, actress Diane Lane had seven inches of her gorgeous, honey-colored hair cut live on the Today show to encourage men and women to grow, cut and donate their hair to make wigs for chemotherapy patients.
“If you see somebody suffering… you want to be able to help,” Diane said on Today. “This is how to help — you give your natural resource that only you can give.”
Fifty-eight percent of women say that they fear hair loss more than any other side effect of cancer treatment, according to the vice president of Pantene. The campaign “Pantene Beautiful Lengths” is a venture created by Pantene, the Entertainment Industry Foundation, and HairUWear wig manufacturers.
“It’s so fun and liberating,” Diane shrieked as they cut her hair. “I recommend everybody with long hair go for it once in their life, maybe twice in their life.”
CAMRYN COMING BACK TO TV
The Practice star Camryn Manheim (aka the woman with a freakish amount of earrings) is returning to TV this fall in CBS’ hit supernatural series Ghost Whisperer. She will replace replacing Aisha Tyler as Jennifer Love Hewitt’s friend. Jay Mohr will also make a recurring appearance in the show’s second season. “We have some new people coming, which is going to be great,” Hewitt told reporters at the Television Critics Association summer press tour in Pasadena, Calif.
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Michelle Pfeiffer, known as one of Hollywood’s most beautiful women, says she has considered getting plastic surgery – just not yet.
“I toy with it,” the 48-year-old actress tells InStyle in their August issue. “When I’m rested, I look pretty darn OK. I can hold off on that facelift for another few years. (But) when I’m feeling weary, then I think, maybe I better make that appointment.”
Still, she says Hollywood’s obsession with looks is getting out of control. “If that nose or those jowls bother you, do it,” she says of getting surgery. “(But) this epidemic of people losing sight of what looks good, the distortion that has been going on is kind of creepy.”
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Pfeiffer says she doesn’t feel older, though in her next film, I Could Never Be Your Woman, she plays up her age in her role as a TV executive who falls for a man 11 years her junior, played by Paul Rudd.
“I certainly see that I’ve changed. I just try not to dwell on it,” she says of getting older. “Aging happens to every single one of us. Once you accept that it unburdens you.”
Mostly, Pfeiffer says she is focused on having a “slightly slower” lifestyle, which she has accomplished by moving from Los Angeles to Northern California with her TV writer husband, David E. Kelley, and their two kids, Claudia Rose, 13, and John Henry, 12.
As for that facelift possibility, “I’ve seen some amazing-looking plastic surgery. But who knows what you’ll get?” she tells the magazine, which hits newsstands July 24. “I’m hoping I’m courageous enough to grow old gracefully.”
These are 30-second samples of every track on the double album. Disc #2 rules...Nasty Naughty Boy is my jam!
Once you have snakes on a plane, do you really need movie reviews, too?
New Line Cinema has answered that very question with a decisive no. The studio announced this week it would not host advance screenings of its geek-championed horror flick, the one, the only, the actually titled Snakes on a Plane.
Conventional wisdom says such a move--hiding a film from Roger Ebert's judgmental thumb--is a red flag, signaling the arrival of an all-new Glitter. But conventional wisdom has very little do with Snakes on a Plane, opening Aug. 18, with some late-night screenings on Aug. 17.