Woody Harrelson takes to the slopes in Park City last week during the Sundance Film Festival. Wood remains one of our favorite actors and overall our favorite Woody next to Woody Allen and Woody from Toy Story. On a serious note, we wish he had more lines in No Country for Old Men or at the very least, wrote a different ending. Continue reading
Lauren Graham exits the airport. The Gilmore Girls star was at the festival promoting Birds in America, a new flick that also stars Matthew Perry, who was so good last season on Studio 60 but none of you bastards watched it.
“Sam Elliott. Could there be another? Tremble before him with your ironic mustaches and pray for mercy. Second place: George Whipple’s eyebrows [Tie].”
Look at that specimen you see staring right at you this morning. To quote a one-time mustachoied Billy Crudup in Almost Famous, Tom Selleck was and still is a Golden God. The legendary actor doesn’t need to shout it from any rooftops because we all know it, and he surely knows it. Selleck’s an icon who may tease us time to time by shaving off his mustache or growing his facial hair out to be an awkward mess like he currently does on NBC’s Las Vegas, but there’s no denying Selleck’s ‘stache. It will come back. History has proven that.
In any event, Mr. Selleck turns 63 today. I’m sure you will all join me in wishing him a splendid day. Thanks for your body of work, and speaking for all the ladies, thanks for your body in general.
Next week, thecheappop.com welcomes Alan Thicke. Was Kirk Cameron nice to work with? Will he ever do another late night talk show? Will we reveal to him that we have a mancrush on his son Robin? Find out soon!
Ideally, Bono would appear on this site weighing in on David Crosby’s mustache and Rick Moranis’ career highlights, but we’re almost as happy to have him here for a snapshot. We spotted Bono at the airport en route to a screening of U2-3D, which premiered at the festival. If you haven’t seen the film, check it out now. It’s really cool – much better than Jaws in 3-D.
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Entourage’s Adrian Grenier seemed like a real pro at the ski slopes. We’re more excited to report that he’s actually an all around good guy. You’d think a dude like that could be as pretentious as he wants. Nice to see Vinnie Chase off-screen is pretty much Vinnie Chase on-screen.
A week ago, Mischa Barton and Zoe Kravitz were both at Sundance to debut their new flick The Assassination of a High School President. Once again, we bring you late breaking old news.
That’s right… we said a “special” interview. What exactly does “special” exactly mean? Well, we’ve decided to interview the former MTV VJ and regular pop culture host with the most via Facebook. That’s right. We’re so cutting edge…and so ahead of our time, we’re…um, in the future. Stay tuned for our interview this week. Take that, Jesse Camp.
WTF post of the day? We spotted Macy Gray, Anthony Michael Hall, and Bill Pullman last week at the Sundance Film Festival. If only we could get these three to appear in a film together. Maybe they could like form a new brat pack or something. I’m going to put a call into Steve Guttenberg and Carol Channing’s reps right now to see if they want to join.
Whether it’s Die Hard, Sense and Sensibility, Love Actually, or Sweeney Todd, Alan Rickman can do no wrong in our eyes. Seriously, he could’ve done the Travolta role in Hairspray and we’d be smitten.
We spotted Rachel Taylor, Simon Rex, Zoe Kravitz, Jane Lynch, and Alex Smith at Sundance on Jan. 19. Click images to enlarge, and see them in all their glory. In terms of Simon Rex, he’s been embraced by the FunnyOrDie site. Check it out, and see him kick it retro. Somewhere Eric Nies is in a corner – crying.Photos/Mike DiScuillo