The Photocall for Moonrise Kingdom at Cannes

This is oddly fascinating.

While we’re on the topic of Moonrise Kingdom, the dedicated site for the film is pretty fun. Have a look. And finally, if anyone from the Focus Features marketing department is reading this: email me!

So Much Truth Here

Kim Kardashian’s now deleted IMDB bio.

When Hollywood Lives In New York Apartments

NY Mag looks inside the homes of a few celebrities.

Carnival in Rio with Arnold Schwarzenegger

He’s got something in common with the Brazilian man.

via, pcmw

Celebrity For The Day

Nice work.

“Last Saturday we went to a popular mall in Virginia and conducted a bit of a social experiment. Using his real first and middle name, and with the help of just a few staged people, tons of people believed Thomas was a famous actor, including mall security.”

Morning Dose of Lindsay Lohan’s Face

25 Years of changes.

via, tdw

That’ll Work

Jennifer Lawrence looking fine on the cover of Interview Germany.

Lindzine #2

A look at The Wormholes second issue of the Lindsay Lohan fanzine Lindzine, featuring drawings from Aiyana Udesen.

Buy it here

Pets Owned By The Rich & Famous

In case you were wondering

Picture of the Day

Lindsay Lohan photographed by Terry Richardson for the new issue of Love Magazine

Joan Rivers Takes A Bong Hit

Seriously love this lady.

$1000 to Get Drunk and Stare Confidently, Then Creepily at Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Models

Here’s your chance

A-List Actor Cash

Nothing in comparison to Mega-Producer/Mogul cash.

Here’s an estimate of what an A-List Actor makes and spends in a year,

One Hand in the Money Jar…

A 19 year old Demi Moore all up on this little kid at his birthday party in 1982. Whatever combination she’s got going on that night, it’s good stuff.

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The Golden Girls, Lindsay Lohan, Axl Rose, Alf, Gaddafi, and More

Future Colors of America is a collaboration between Aiyana Udesen, Albert Reyes, and Matt Furie. If it was feasible to buy the entire show, I would.

More at FFDG

Believin’ It

Weekend Watching: Banksy’s Coming For Dinner (2009)

A-hem.

“Experience the clash of celebrity, as Hollywood royalty Joan Collins and husband Percy meet Banksy, the most famous living artist in the world. Banksy’s Coming for Dinner is a film within a film and questions the very nature of ‘reality’ at every level.”

Star Perks

Crazy what these folks get.

Agent turned manager turned producer Gavin Polone on the perk packages that celebrities get and why Hollywood Studios need to slash them.

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Picture of the Day

Ricky Gervais at age 8

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