• Ashton Kutcher will no longer be letting his mind run freely through his Twitter account, booooo! BOOOO! It will, from this point on, be screened by his management team or whatever. I don’t know why ALL celebrity Twitters aren’t already screened by all celebrity management teams. Hollywood needs to put its head on straight, I don’t know what it thinks its doing. -Aplusk
  • Oooh here are some pictures of Ryan Gosling firing a machine gun on the set of Lawless. Take a vacation, Ryan Gosling! You’re filming nonstop movies all the time, it seems like! I guess that’s because it’s your job to make movies! I’m sorry! -FilmDrunk
  • Finger free running, OF COURSE. What? Like you’ve never Tech Decked? Give me a break. -TheDailyWhat
  • Joel McHale made a video for People‘s sexiest man issue or whatever the heck, and here it is! Yay, Joel McHale! You are attractive! Great vid! -Dlisted
  • Blake Lively and Sarah Jessica Parker are both wearing these crazy lion pump heels by Christian Louboutin, and what is even going on in this world! What are these shoes?! Ladies? Do you like these shoes??? -Celebuzz
  • Kris Jenner, the Kardashian mom, cheated on her husband and wrote about it in a book? Not sure if it’s a book you can buy or if she just wrote it down somewhere. Click to find out! -TheSuperficial
  • Mary Kate and Ashley are on the cover of Vogue‘s Best Dressed edition because of course, and also, HUH? First the lion toe shoes and now this! It’s like I don’t even have any idea of what is going on in girl world anymore. -JustJared
  • Ugh, jeeze, here is one of Al Pachino’s scenes in Jack and Jill. I honestly for a little while didn’t think he was actually in this movie and that they got an Al Pachino impersonator. And I thought, yuck, what a cheap move I can’t believe they did that. But they didn’t do that! And this is even worse! -Movieline
  • Salon wants all the young starlets to pleeeeeaaaase stop channeling Marilyn Monroe. I would agree, but only right after someone offers to put me in a Marilyn Monroe/Audrey Hepburn photo shoot for a very famous magazine. It can be for an article called “When Bloggywood Meets Hollywood.” The content of the article  can just be gibberish. -Salon
Comments (23)
  1. I really like the lion shoes. I would wear them if I were an eccentric rich person, no hesitation. I would also wear acorn hats and just about everything that would label me insufferably twee by angry internet commenters. I really like stupid animal themed clothing. My sweater today is white with a subtle polar bear face. The wrists even have embroidered claws!!

    • I think the real question involving the lion shoes is, Who wore them better???

      Thank goodness for shirtless Joel McHale. He is quite the human version of a melty popsicle.

  2. 1) I am going to come down firmly on team “No Lion Paw Pumps.” Don’t get me wrong, I love me some nutty shoes, but I have spent the vast majority of my life trying NOT to be confused with Mr. Tumnus (long story). This might not help my case.

    2) Oh my god can we write all the magazines so that they all have Bloggywood Meets Hollywood? I would buy all the magazines if that were the case. Even the ones I hate, like Bow Hunter and Cosmopolitan.

  3. I’m against the lion paw shoes. Mostly because of how impractical they seem and also because of how I would definitely instantly ruin them. Also they are a little on the ugly side. I feel like there are better paws out there to convert into shoe-fronts.

  4. you’re not allowed to say “as a football fan” and then assume that Joe Paterno was being fired for poor performance considering that the team is ranked 12th in the nation right now.

  5. better twitter strategy for Ashton Kutcher:

    instead of having “your people” screen your tweets, just put them all out there in strikethrough font with the hashtag #whoops.

    like this one:

    “@aplusk America! how could you kill bin laden?! what?! #noclass #whoops”

    “@aplusk just wiki-ed OBL and 9/11 #whoops”

  6. I dunno, I think Blake Lively’s Lion’s paw shoes are pretty gross, but I’m a big fan of the horseshoes.

  7. I attended the red carpet premiere of Jack & Jill this past Sunday, and yeah, Al Pacino is totally in the film quite a bit. I too thought it was just going to be a cameo, strictly as set up for the killer punchline Sandler Jill lays on Sandler Jack in the car after the game, “He just wants to play twister with your sister!”

    Al Pacino was really the best part of the film.

    My work computer can’t watch the sample scene, but the description is where they’re playing stick ball in front of Al’s Oscar statue. I don’t know if Al’s punchline is included in the video, but it got one of the biggest laughs of the night (people are very cheer-y during a premiere, I’ve discovered, because people who made the film are there). Judd Apatow was sitting two rows down from me and four seats over. I was like, “Look at Judd Apatow.”

    • You’re such a tease…you didn’t even address the thing we are all wondering most. WAS IT FUNNY?!?

      • What? I said Al Pacino really was the best part of the film!

        In all seriousness, I did laugh a few times. It’s hard not to laugh at something if it catches you off-guard and is actually pretty funny and/or clever in an audience full of people who also want to laugh. But the film itself is ALL OVER THE PLACE.

        I think I made mention of what it felt like in a previous comment some time earlier this week, but basically, if you like attempted comedic/cartoonish violence and shit jokes involving a comedic actor dressed as a raucous dumb idiot woman who owns a pet Yellow-Crested Cockatoo that tags all the scenes with either a Sandler-dubbed catchphrase OR drinking from little airplane bottles of alcohol OR being computer animated so it can jump into a chocolate fountain OR taped to the back of Jack’s small, Indian born, adopted son as he runs away spouting out something age-inappropriate, well then! I can’t recommend a better way to spend your 11-11-11.

  8. Al Pacino IS an Al Pacino impersonator. …[sic]

    • “You’re gonna miss my ‘Hooah!’” -Al Pacino from an episode of The Critic

    • I had a lengthy conversation with a friend once about that led to the conclusion that Al Pacino would have delivered a nearly identical, yet slightly campier performance to Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Mr. Freeze in Batman and Robin. Think about it for long enough and you can’t imagine anyone other than Pacino in the role.

  9. I believe it’s spelled Al Pinocchio. (cuz my nose would grow if I said I respected his career after “And Justice for All.”)

  10. I have to say, today has been a pretty terrible and stressful day in catweazle-ville, but that Joel McHale video really turned things around.

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