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James Franco Staged His Own Fake-Gay Paparazzi Pics: Awesome?

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | September 20, 2013 | Comments ()


Why are people trashing Zac Efron for recognizing he had a drug problem and quietly heading off to rehab earlier this year? He did it twice, sure. But he got through it, now let the guy move on with his career. If you’ve seen all three of the High School Musical movies, you were certainly tempted to stick your face in a pile of coke to ease the pain of watching them. Now imagine the humiliation of starring in all three movies and resisting the urge to pull a Heigl about it. (DListed)

Case in point: Even Charlie Sheen is distancing himself from Zac. That’s brutal. (TMZ)

Jerry Bruckheimer and Disney are officially parting ways in 2014 thanks in part to The Lone Ranger debacle. I wonder where this leaves Johnny Depp and Pirates of the Caribbean 5, which had already been pushed back until 2016. (Hollywood Reporter)

This article on the Trapper Keeper brings back so many fond memories. My kid’s school banned this amazing invention just like everything else. (Mental Floss)

pllivelybam5.jpgBlake Lively works mustard-colored Gucci at Milan fashion week. BAM. (Go Fug Yourself)

This is a great interview with the guy who writes “The Oatmeal.” (Runner’s World)

Miley Cyrus went topless for some alt covers to her Bangers album because of course. (Us Weekly)

Ramen-crust pizza. Yes please. (Kotaku)

Jerry Seinfeld doesn’t give a rat’s ass about political correctness. He’s also hanging out with Louis C.K. on a boat soon. Catch the details here. (Warming Glow)

James Franco pokes fun at certain gossip sites by staging his own “gay” paparazzi photos. I’d like to think I’d be offended if I was gay, but it’s Franco. (Page Six)

Selena Gomez was denied a visa by Russia because of her gay-rights stance. (E! Online)

This could be pure tabloid fiction, but Gwyneth Paltrow has made no secret of trying to shut down an upcoming Vanity Fair exposé about her. Which literary figure could be having an affair with Goop? I’m going with Salman Rushdie. She’d totally go there. (Celebitchy)

Amy Poehler tells you how to be her best friend. She also jokes about having Rashida Jones tied up in her trailer (“I’m going to pull a Misery on her”), so proceed at your own risk. (Vulture)

Stephen King is still complaining about Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining. I don’t blame him one bit. Jack Nicholson came out way too strong from the beginning. (Slashfilm)

Adam Sandler thinks he feels like for-real acting again and wants to do so in The Cobbler. Hahaha. Sorry bro, but the goodwill is all tapped out for this lifetime. (Film School Rejects)

Here’s an argument discussing how Counting Crows is just as relevant to alt-rock as Nirvana. As a side note, I just discovered two Counting Crows albums on my iTunes this morning. I have no idea how they got there. “Miss me?” (Grantland)

Remember how Cannes Film Festival banned Lars Von Trier for that uncomfortable speech about Nazis? They were only kidding. Lars will be back next year with a naked Shia LaBeouf in Nymphomaniac. (Film Drunk)

Well this is unexpected: A Hannibal gag reel from season one. Hugh Dancy is adorable when he breaks character.

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Comments Are Welcome, Bigots and Trolls Are Not

  • SnowMan

    I'm going to go get "The Shining" out of the freezer and read it again in anticipation of the sequel.

  • Matt C.

    I like August and Everything After better than Nevermind. Yeah, I said it.

  • googergieger

    I'm more offended people can say they like Franco. I would say justify liking Franco, but come on, no one can fucking justify it.

  • L.O.V.E.

    Blake Lively's boobs always confound me.

  • Becks

    They're small C fakes and they look lovely. In other news, her hair! Humina humina.

  • DominaNefret

    Totally incorrect.
    Her boobs are pretty close to mine. Probably a 30DD. Whether they are fake or not, I can't tell you, but she isn't a small C. I'm a 30DDD/E and I'm bustier than she is, but not significantly. I'm guessing that she is probably also a 30 band size, since she is pretty skinny and has a small frame. I have about a million more curves than she does, and I'm a 30.
    Even if she is a 32, she'd still be a D or DD. And there is no way her band size is 34 or higher.

    Sorry for the rant. Pet peeve! Cup size is directly correlated to band size! It is a ratio! A C cup isn't the same on everyone!

  • BWeaves

    OH, so that's what a Trapper Keeper is. They came after I'd already graduated.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    Dammit, I clicked on that Celebitchy article, and I learned something. Bulimia jaw? I had never heard of it before. I wonder if Minnie Driver had one too, because her jaw used to be impossibly square. I'm also annoyed because I think the shape of the face is....really attractive. But not its cause. Oh well.

    That being said, Salman Rushdie is enough of a name-dropper that I almost think he'd go for Gwynnie, but I also think he's snobbish enough that he'd consider her too old. But I judge Rushdie based on his protagonist/subconscious as expressed in Fury.

  • nosio

    "I need someone who not only can work it but twerk it, and if you don't know the difference, beat it. I was thinking today that I don't think enough people are talking about how hard-twerking mothers work. Or how hard it is to be a twerking mother these days."

    God I love her.

  • etguild2

    Efron, at his best, can passably act...he didn't get in the way of or distract from Christian McKay's brilliant performance in "Me and Orson Welles." And, like Robert Pattinson, he seems to be a pleasant and even intelligent-enough interview subject, and he's young so I wouldn't write him off entirely as an actor yet (look at Charming Potato). I, too, don't understand why anyone would dump on him for trying to quietly address his problems.

  • Long_Pig_Tailor

    I imagine the keyword there is "quietly". Somehow, publicly, messily dealing with your problems seems to be the preferred approach in Hollywood.

  • It would be remarkable if Efron did NOT fall into drugs once he was old enough to become aware of his early career legacy. I mean, what would being manipulated by cynical, profiteers who use the Disney brand to fatten their wallets while spewing lazy entertainment [sic] to youngsters do to you? I love drugs without that awareness. Just saying...

  • Mrs. Julien

    I would say this seems an extreme reaction, but it is Disney.

  • A friend did litigation for Disney and referred to his 'client' as "The Evil Rat" for their blatant and unapologetic pillaging of small businesses and people's (mostly parents') wallets.

  • Guest

    I'd like one drug of what you're having please.

  • Three_nineteen

    If you have seen any adaptations of King's work that King was involved with, you should know to not listen to him about the subject.

  • ZbornakSyndrome

    I really love the film, but it really is totally different in tone and feel than the book.

    That's not necessarily bad, (especially considering The Stand), but I was shocked when I read the book - it was a completely different story.

  • Wigamer

    To me, the film seemed to indicate that Jack didn't need the Overlook to go murder-crazy. That shit was going down in a suburban Toledo duplex or wherever.

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