Henry Cavill & Kaley Cuoco Prove Their Love: Why Are They Trying So Hard?
Hope you all had a safe and happy Fourth of July yesterday. After all those fireworks and random cocktails, some of you may be shocked to learn that you wouldn't pass the citizenship test. (Mental Floss)
Steven Spielberg and DreamWorks are remaking The Grapes of Wrath with "the creative process" and director position still technically up for grabs. This had better not turn into a Baz Luhrman musical. (Film Drunk)
One company (out of several) has decided that they are not going to dump Paula Deen ... basically because they can't. (Warming Glow)
James Franco wants to cast Jon Hamm, Danny McBride, and his brother Dave in a Franco-centric production of The Sound and the Fury. No comment. (Film School Rejects)
Johnny Depp's hats are even more ubiquitous than his love of scarves. Commence the hat gallery! (Vulture)
Katy Perry and John Mayer wore matching douchey outfits last night to watch the fireworks. (Us Weekly)
This letter from a bridezilla to two of her wedding guests is reprehensible. How dare a bride chew her invited guests out for only giving $50 apiece as a gift when she chose to hold a $200 per plate reception? (HuffPo)
Ellen Page is keeping the torch alive in Hollywood for feminism's sake. No thanks to Beyonce and Katy Perry. (Celebitchy)
Haute couture is generally a ridiculous looking display of fashion, but looking like a broccoli sprout really takes the cake. (Go Fug Yourself)
Dustin introduced this story -- about Henry Cavill inexplicably tossing Gina Carano over for Kaley Cuoco -- in passing a few days ago. Now Henry and Kaley are getting papped together, and they're trying wayyy too hard. Two carts of groceries at once, and they only started dating? Really. (DListed)
First world problems are always amusing unless when one's talking about Mercury. (Buzzfeed)
Some masochistic idiot ran through Death Valley while wearing a Darth Vader outfit. *Haaaa ... purrrrr* Man, runners really are crazy. (The Mary Sue)
These twitpics prove one thing -- green bell peppers are more terrifying than anyone ever realized. (Kotaku)
Hey, the Japanese poster for The Wolverine makes it look like an interesting movie. (Slashfilm)
Gotye + "Game of Thrones" = a parody video that I probably shouldn't be posting here.
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