Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Zoolander 2?!

I believe it was Owen Wilson who first told me about a potential "Zoolander" sequel. But this was years ago - I believe it was at the junket for "Wedding Crashers" - and have heard nothing of it since.

All these years later, the film's star and director, Ben Stiller, has confirmed plans to bring Blue Ice back.

The comic superstar, in London to promote the "Madagascar" sequel, tells The Sun "We’ve been trying to get Zoolander 2 together and we’ve had a few scripts. I feel that is the sequel I really would like to do some day because I like the original and I would make sure it was something new and worthy of it first".

Stiller also told the paper he's trying to get a third "Meet the Parents" up too.

Ah, I don't know if this is a good idea.
Sequels are never better than the original, or even close to being as good.
Except maybe Toy Story 2.



It's like a flashback to my childhood.
I always sang along with my mom when she sang depressing Chinese karaoke songs.
That, and Celine Dion.

Oh the horror

Reaction to David Archuleta losing American Idol:

I was right there with these girls.

8 years in less than 2 minutes

Living My Life Faster - 8 years of JK's Daily Photo Project from c71123 on Vimeo.
This guy took pictures of himself for 8 years straight and compiled them together.
He doesn't change too much for the most part, but it's interesting to see the different looks he goes through.
I'm feeling kind of inspired now...

It's Britney Bitch

She's baaackkk.


Childhood Star

Dakota Fanning is glad she sacrificed a normal childhood to pursue her movie career - as the teenage actress always wanted to be different from her peers.

The 14-year-old shot to stardom in 2001's I Am Sam, alongside Sean Penn, and has since starred on the big screen with Tom Cruise and Julia Roberts.

And Fanning is adamant that she has learnt more from her movie experiences than she would have done as an ordinary schoolgirl.

She says, "I don't want to be normal. This is my childhood. I've been to Australia, travelled and learned about different cultures - some people never leave the country in their entire lifetime. My job has opened my mind up and enriched my childhood."

Ew, this girl has talked like an adult since she was 5.
So disturbing.
Definition of a childhood star, and I mean that in all the bad ways (if there were any good sides to that).


Shrinking Whitney

I mean, I know Whitney is tall and always had slim legs, but it looks like she's lost a ton of weight doesn't it?

In other news, the new trailer for The City is rockin it.
I am soo excited for this series.
I'm over feeling sorry for LC and watching her get overly defensive about everything.
And I can't watch scenes with Speidi anymore without getting immediately pissed off.
This ship has sailed.