Friday, 2 May 2008

He’s A Fox

Dear Ted:
Is Toothy Tile's boyfriend a goose or a fish?
Brenda Sue
Sunset Beach, Calif.

Dear Neither:
He’s a fox.
***

Dear Ted:
Oh, please! You must start using warning signs when you conjure up visual images such as this one: "Jake Gyllenhaal used to strut and stretch right next to Patrick Dempsey, me and Tobey Maguire, all at the same pumping station." What are you trying to do, give your readers heart palpitations or something similar a little lower down? Made my day!
Bob
New York City

Dear Gym Bunnies:
No prob, and feel free to write up some fan fiction of the four of us fellas, makes great reading material (and more).

Source: Ted Casablanca's The Awful Truth

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Jackie said...

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Ted - New BI said...

One Girlie, Gonzo Blind Vice

As I’m off to get hitched, thought it would be terribly appropriate to give you a little salacious het-on-het action. I mean, why not, more straights than fruits get married, right? Oh, but could that just be because it’s only legal for you guys? Never mind. This isn’t a political soap bitch; it’s a Blind Vice, and as intent as I was to bring on the hetero horniness, Vadge Fly-Trap interfered. Or at least her gal-hungry paws did.

Vadge, really, is just as ballsy as most of the guys she’s simply clobbered in the Biz. More so, I’d say. She’s sorta like that Spitzer dude in fact—so obviously gunnin’ for the girls, while (stupidly) thinking nobody’ll notice. Hardly!

While Ms. VFT rakes in the major dough for her TV and movie appearances, much of the world may indeed have fallen in love with her, but I’m tellin’ ya, those worshippers certainly don’t include some rich-ass Bev Hills babes.

“She was sitting next to me, and her hand kept brushing up against my leg!” revealed one 30ish, single, Chanel-suited gal (who doesn’t like gals, at least, not in that way), regarding a luncheon party she attended with Ms. Fly-Trap. “She was actually squeezing my thigh at one point,” continued the guy-lovin’ lady, “and I, very directly, just had to ask her to stop it.”

How very polite. What’s the matter with a good ol’ bitch-slap to the overly painted puss, huh? I mean, if a guy had done that to some broad who didn’t want it, it’s safe to assume his pucker would be sucker-punched, essentially.

Oh, completely forgot. People dare not cross Vadge Fly-Trap, that’s why. She is, in T-town, what Tom Cruise used to be: megapowered and poop-proof. But not for very much longer.

And it ain't: Paris Hilton, Scarlett Johansson, Martha Stewart

http://www.eonline.com/gossip/awful/blind/?uuid=5ae6db09-1b1f-42a9-986f-06e557036b15

Posted on OMG said...

Prince of Persia: Sands of Time - Jake's co-star?

Fresh from treading the red carpet at the premiere of 10,000 BC in March, it is continuing to be a busy schedule for Reece Ritchie as this week he received a double boost. For the Oulton Broad 21-year-old was flying to Alicante this week after he was picked to star with Colin Farrell for the film Triage.

The trip followed hard on the heels of being chosen for his latest assignment starring alongside Jake Gyllenhaal for the first-part of an expected trilogy in the film based on the video game Prince of Persia: Sands of Time.

The Disney film, which is being directed by Mike Newell (Harry Potter and Donnie Brasco) and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, is due for release in August 2009. It follows the Playstation computer game classic about a prince who teams up with a rival princess to stop an angry ruler from unleashing a sandstorm that could destroy the world.

After attending auditions in London in January, Reece received the call that he'd got the part at the weekend and this means that he will be off to Morocco for filming of the video game adaptation in June.

With the project also set to be filmed at the UK Pinewood Shepperton studios, Gyllenhaal, who has appeared in The Day After Tomorrow and Brokeback Mountain, plays the prince with Ritchie being his accomplice and best friend. The part of Princess Farah has yet to be announced.

lowestoftjournal.co.uk

Anonymous said...

McMurtry won a Pulitzer Prize for ’’Lonesome Dove,’’ one of his 40-plus books. Many of them have become films ... He co-wrote the Oscar-winning screenplay to ``Brokeback Mountain.’’ A video tribute screened during the Los Angeles Public Library’s literary awards dinner on Wednesday corralled the likes of Jake Gyllenhaal, Diane Lane and Jeff Bridges to laud McMurtry as a creative force, and a teller of truths as well as tales.

In this case Jake didn't really have a choice - Naomi would have kick his ass if he tried to avoid it!

"11. Scripter Award Gala (Feb 2008)
Naomi Foner Gyllenhaal chaired the selection committee for the 20th annual black-tie gala honoring writers and screenwriters of books made into films with the USC Libraries Scripter Award. The ceremony was held on February 2 at USC’s Edward L. Doheny Jr. Memorial Library. The Friends of the USC Libraries organizes the event, which benefits the Doheny Library Preservation Fund."

Anonymous said...

^^^
Too bad she never kicked her son's ass to say a few words about his dead costar.

Anonymous said...

Gay actors kept in closet by media, says Alan Cumming

Alan Cumming believes the media's anachronistic views of homosexuality mean many gay actors are reluctant to admit their sexuality. The X-Men 2 star has argued that a number of actors in Hollywood were unlikely to reveal their homosexuality due to the media's treatment of the issue.

Talking to the BBC, the 43-year-old said: "I don't think the people that go see films care that much - the media make it more of a deal and it's made into controversy."

He added: "There is a lot of homophobia in the world - but in Hollywood definitely." Cumming's comments followed a complaint from Stephen Fry that he had been pigeonholed by casting directors since coming out. And Torchwood star John Barrowman has said it is "just sad" that some actors lie about their sexuality so as to protect their chances of securing work.

But Cumming, speaking ahead of the launch of new TV series Tin Man, a revamp of The Wizard of Oz, denied that pigeonholing was a fact of life for gay actors. "Some of them do, but lots of straight actors get pigeonholed in various roles," he said. "I'm quite outspoken in the media about what I perceive as a civil-rights struggle that gay people in America are still going through. "But I don't think that I only play gay characters, or I wouldn't be as convincing if I had a wife or a girlfriend in a movie."

Cumming's remarks are at odds with those of fellow actor Rupert Everett who claimed last year that Hollywood was "like al-Qaida". "After a certain age you can be gay. Before that it's not only not good, it's impossible," he told the Times newspaper. "Hollywood is a place that pretends it's very liberal but it's not remotely."

Everett had said in his autobiography Red Carpets and Other Banana Skins that he had been told by the head of MGM studios that he was turned down to play the romantic lead for Sharon Stone in a film because "to all intents and purposes a homosexual was a pervert in the eyes of America and the world would never accept me in the role and therefore MGM would never hire me".

In The News UK

Anonymous said...

Too bad she never kicked her son's ass to say a few words about his dead costar."

I bet her son’ll kick his own ass for it sooner or later.

Anonymous said...

"I bet her son’ll kick his own ass for it sooner or later."


Wonder why it's so important for you??????



So jake signed for POP

Anonymous said...

So jake signed for POP.

Small UK site?
That doesn't look like a reliable source.

Anonymous said...

This Prince of Persia thing seems straight out of an episode of Entourage. Vince and Aquaman!

You know that at some point Jake was sitting around with his management/pr team, strategizing on how to become an A-list box office star. "Okay, first, we get those pesky gay rumors under control. Plan Reese is going awesome! Next, I do a "message" comedy to show more of my "range." Nailed is going awesome! Then, I get a big hot franchise...yes, it also has a message, about Persians. P of P is going to go awesome!

Anonymous said...

PoP could work, but there are no guarantees. For example, Superman and Brandon Rooth, or Daredevil and Ben Affleck.

Is Orlando Bloom A-list box office star?

Brendan Fraser?

Anonymous said...

^^^ Brandon Routh

Anonymous said...

"Small UK site?
That doesn't look like a reliable source."

we will see

"You know that at some point Jake was sitting around with his management/pr team, strategizing on how to become an A-list box office star. "

well soon or later it 's inevitable

i wish him good luck

Anonymous said...

well soon or later it 's inevitable

What's inevitable?

Anonymous said...

2:25 PM you know he probably did just that LOL

Anonymous said...

2:25 PM / 3:11 PM

So, you think that Jake is big enough in Hollywood to pick and choose roles like that?

Anonymous said...

Jake already is A list! Thanks to BBM and Zodiac. Otherwise he wouldn't have gotten one of the leading parts next to Reese in Rendition!

I think Heath would have become after TDK.

3:57 said...

Pity he offed himself, he would have become a star. What a dumbass!

Anonymous said...

Posted on IMDb - about today's lowestoftjournal.co.uk PoP article

"I don't know. Two things in it don't click.
One is the mention of this guy being the Prince's 'accomplice and best friend'.
Unless the 2007 revision has changed things dramatically.
Second is the mention of 'Farah', instead of Tamina. We know her name wasn't changed in the Jan 2007 revision.

Oh yeah, I noticed another 2 things -
The mention of simply 'Prince' instead of 'Dastan' or 'Prince Dastan'.
And next, the confirmation of JG in the title role. We know he's in negotiations (or that could be just a silly grippy rumor gone wild, who knows?), we know for certain he wasn't confirmed.
And anyway, no one in his right mind would actually first accurately confirm/announce the most awaited role (and lead, titular role at that) of the century as a mere aside to a sidekick role."

Anonymous said...

Jake already is A list! Thanks to BBM and Zodiac.

We are talking about Hollywood A-list, not our favorite actors list:

Wikipedia:
The A-list is a term that alludes to major movie stars, and/or the most bankable in the Hollywood movie industry.
The list was created by veteran entertainment journalist James Ulmer, who developed a 100-point method to quantify a star's value to a film production, in terms of getting a movie financed and the cameras rolling. The Ulmer Scale also takes into account an actor's history (box office successes vs. failures), versatility, professional demeanor, and ability and willingness to travel and promote movies.

Tom Hanks and Tom Cruise topped the latest ranking in 2006. Ulmer's latest Top Ten List, from 2006, also includes:
Jim Carrey
George Clooney
Russell Crowe
Johnny Depp
Nicole Kidman
Jude Law
Brad Pitt
Julia Roberts

Anonymous said...

Jake already is A list! Thanks to BBM and Zodiac. Otherwise he wouldn't have gotten one of the leading parts next to Reese in Rendition!

What planet do you live on? Jake an A lister? LMFAO, that's rich.

Anonymous said...

OK, so Persians are today's Iranians.
Hmm, Jewish(-Swedish) Jake playing ... an Iranian?!

Anonymous said...

3:57/4:00 you're so bloody delusional it's not even funny.

Anonymous said...

Hmm, Jewish(-Swedish) Jake playing ... an Iranian?!

Hollywood movie, Hollywood money - they are not going to look for someone who looks Persian.

Anonymous said...

4:23 PM, of course not, they are looking for someone who is hot and Jake is hot!

Anonymous said...

ITA 4:08PM. Jake is not an A-list actor yet. Most people don't really know who he is even after BBM and Zodiac. All of the people on the list are well known to the point that you immediately know who they are. I'm surprised Denzel Washington is not on that list.

Anonymous said...

4:23 PM, of course not, they are looking for someone who is hot and Jake is hot!

Hot + few other things.

Good looks is not enough to carry a movie :)

Anonymous said...

Good looks is not enough to carry a movie :)

Brad Pitt?

Anonymous said...

I'm surprised Denzel Washington is not on that list.

Or Will Smith.

A-list is very short - just most bankable, MAJOR movie stars.

Anonymous said...

DiCaprio is also A list, ever since he hooked up with Scorsese!

Anonymous said...

Brad Pitt?

Good actor (Fincher x 3), beautiful face, great body, liked by men and women.

Anonymous said...

4:50PM You should tell that to some like the poor clueless 3:57 there, who’s under the impression that Jake runs HW. lol

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't say that Pitt is a particularly good actor, he's ok. I'm still conviced that he got most of his roles because of his super good looks!

Anonymous said...

For the fuckwit at 4.13 - the LOTR hobbits were not played by real hobbits, nor the elves by real elves. Ralph Fiennes isn't German either. They don't need a real Persian to play the POP. Try to locate some brain cells. Somebody else's will have to do.

Anonymous said...

I'm not a critic, but if Fincher wants Pitt in his 3 movies, it must be something besides his good looks and good movie set manners.

It is possible to be beautiful and particularly good actor - Brando and Newman proved that.

Anonymous said...

5:11 you didn't just compare Pitt to Brando?

Please!!!

5:11 PM said...

I don't see Pitt to Brando comparison in that post.

Anonymous said...

Se7en would have been great even without Pitt, the script and directorial work are awsome.
Fight Club is overrated. Other actors instead of Pitt could have done the same if not better job, but probably wouldn't be as hot.

Huh? said...

Comedian Demetri Martin in talks to play gay lead in Ang Lee's "Taking Woodstock"

Last week, I blogged about Taking Woodstock,the upcoming biopic of Elliot Tiber, the gay man who was instrumental in bringing the music festival to fruition. Well, it seems that Academy Award-winning Brokeback Mountain director Ang Lee has chosen a leading man, and in a surprising decision, it's stand up comedian (and Beatles-tressed) Demetri Martin. (Martin is currently in negotiations, so nothing's signed yet.)

Demetri is best known for his "Trendspotting" bits on The Daily Show, and I've had the hots for him I've been a fan of his deadpan style for a while. I'd be curious to learn what kind of casting process came up with his name, though. He certainly isn't the first one that springs to mind when you think of "gay hippie" ... although he certainly has the hair for it.

After the break, you can see one of my favorite Demetri bits, "Material Enhancers".

Lead in Ang Lee's "Taking Woodstock"?

Anonymous said...

There is indeed an irony in the fact that the Jewish State and Iran are standing by to send each other a few missiles

while Jewish Jake is playing an Iranian.

Anonymous said...

while Jewish Jake is playing an Iranian.

That's bringing people together! He's on a political mission! ;)

Anonymous said...

I think it's one of those sometimes things are not what they seem cases.

Oh I see, you're one of those fans who believe that Jake and Heath had something special going on?

Right, they secretly fell in love with each other, they realized that the feelings Ennis and Jack had for each other are the exact same feelings they developed for each other. Heath dumped Michelle and hooked up with an even more oblivious Gemma. Jake broke up with Austin, if they ever were together that is, and found a good beard in Reese. Though Jake and Heath couldn't see each other that often, they phoned every day and when they finally saw each other it was like Ennis and Jack being together.
Now, how can you blame Jake not paying tribute? He is simply too crushed his beloved Heath died.

Is that what you think went on?

I think the truth is they were friends or rather acquaintances. They probably kept in touch and saw each other sporadically.
That's it!

Since Jake doesn't have to pay tribute, he didn't do it.
And his and Reese infamous shopping tour doesn't bother him, cause live goes on.
I don't say he wasn't untouched by what happened to Heath, he most definitely was sad about it, but not totally out of his mind like some fans want to think.

I think my scenario is much more likely than the first, don't you think?

Anonymous said...

8:00 tsk tsk tsk relax you don't want to burst a blood vessel there do you? ;)

Please please share some more of what Jake did and felt, it's really enlightening. I’m sure not even he knows himself as well as you do. w/e

If Jake doesn't care what we think then why do YOU, eh?

Anonymous said...

Please please share some more of what Jake did and felt, it's really enlightening. I’m sure not even he knows himself as well as you do. w/e

Hey, I just stated my opionion that my scenario is probably more likely and realistic than the other one! ;)

Anonymous said...

I can't believe Jake is actually doing this prince of persia film. Why does he want Orlando Bloom's career so badly? Has he seen what Bloom's career has become? No one takes the guy seriously.

Anonymous said...

Since Jake doesn't have to pay tribute, he didn't do it.

It's called having common curtesy.

Anonymous said...

Wow 8:00 PM, too much time on your hands, huh?

Anonymous said...

And next, the confirmation of JG in the title role. We know he's in negotiations (or that could be just a silly grippy rumor gone wild, who knows?), we know for certain he wasn't confirmed.
And anyway, no one in his right mind would actually first accurately confirm/announce the most awaited role (and lead, titular role at that) of the century as a mere aside to a sidekick role."


LMAO! This person is extremely delusional.

Anonymous said...

^ Why? I think that person makes a lot of sense!

Why does he want Orlando Bloom's career so badly?

uh, anyone's career is better than JG's at the moment, I guess!

Anonymous said...

"uh, anyone's career is better than JG's at the moment, I guess!"

Can't argue with that. LOL

Anonymous said...

I can't believe Jake is actually doing this prince of persia film. Why does he want Orlando Bloom's career so badly?

Rumor is that Jake was offered the role. So far no confirmation that Jake accepted the offer.

Latino Review was the source:

Ok, on the heel’s of yesterday’s news that Orlando Bloom is NOT going to be Dastan in PRINCE OF PERSIA: The Sands of Time, I decided to snoop around today and find out who is or who Disney is at least looking at.
Ok, here is what I just learned from multiple sources in Hollywood just minutes ago.
THE OFFER IS OUT TO JAKE GYLLENHAAL!

Anonymous said...

IMDb

Untitled Moon Project (2009)
Status: Unknown
Status Updated: 13 April 2008
Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal

Prince of Persia: Sands of Time (2009)
Status: Pre-production
Status Updated: 20 March 2008
Cast: -

Anonymous said...

And anyway, no one in his right mind would actually first accurately confirm/announce the most awaited role (and lead, titular role at that) of the century as a mere aside to a sidekick role."

LMAO! This person is extremely delusional.


Not delusional, just one of Prince of Persia gamers. For them it is most awaited role of the century.

Anonymous said...

I think my scenario is much more likely than the first, don't you think?

No.

awww... said...

Nicked from DL

Wouldn't James Dean and Paul Newman have made the HOTTEST Jack and Ennis back then? They would have melted the film reel.

East of Eden screen test video clip:

James Dean: "Kiss me!"
Paul Newman: "I can't here."


James Dean and Paul Newman - East of Eden screen test

Anonymous said...

^ Hot!

Anonymous said...

God, that was 54 years ago!

James and Paul had great chemistry, I can see them as Jack and Ennis :)

Anonymous said...

"For them it is most awaited role of the century."

So? Doesn't make the hyperbole any less ridiculous.

That youtube vid won't load for me. Damn. I want to the James and Paul hotness!

Anonymous said...

^see

Anonymous said...

That youtube vid won't load for me. Damn. I want to the James and Paul hotness!

Try this:

East of Eden Screentest
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1sLlcarbu4

James Dean and Paul Newman Screen Test
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejILKc1QrcM

Jake's tears said...

James Dean and Paul Newman - East of Eden screen test

So hot. Brings a tear to my eye when I think how - oh, nevermind. I've said it before: Every man goes through a period of thinking they're attracted to another guy. Sometimes even several periods.

When I'm..er, alone in the house, I look at this nice archive of boykissing (NSFW, Reese says):

http://green-queen.livejournal.com/411886.html

PoP screenplay from 2006 said...

Posted on OMG / IMDb

Here is your chance to read the complete Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time screenplay by Jordan Mechner.

126 pages, PDF file, June 15, 2006 version download link:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/9f7326

P.S. You need Adobe Reader (free software) installed on your computer to read PDF files.

Anonymous said...

I look at this nice archive of boykissing ...

Wow!

What a boys kissing boys pics collection! Thanks for the link!

green_queen - Boy Kissing Spam

jake's tears said...

^
you're very welcome. :)

Anonymous said...

Ang Lee said at NPR that he would have cast, if he lives 50 years ago,
Paul Newman as Ennis
Monty Cliff as Jack

Anonymous said...

Bob Dylan wears many masks in Haynes' 'I'm Not There' on DVD

Another side of Bob Dylan - or rather, many sides of Bob Dylan are shown in Todd Haynes' adventurous "I'm Not There," in which different actors (including Cate Blanchett, Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, Richard Gere, Ben Whishaw and Marcus Carl Franklin) portray the legendary singer-songwriter at various stages of his career.

Special features include a commentary by Haynes, nine deleted scenes, short features on the making of the film and its soundtrack, audition tapes for Whishaw and Franklin, a gag reel and much more.

I'm Not There said...

DVD Release Date: May 6, 2008

Inspired by the life and songs of Bob Dylan, I'm Not There is "a profoundly personal and passionate film" (A.O. Scott, The New York Times) that captures the essence of this elusive genius. Six different actors -- including Heath Ledger, Christian Bale, Richard Gere and Oscar® nominee Cate Blanchett in a "soon-to-be-legendary performance" (Peter Travers, Rolling Stone) - each embody part of the Dylan legend: from Greenwich Village folk singer to electric guitar trailblazer to born-again preacher. Directed by Academy Award®-nominated writer/director Todd Haynes (Far From Heaven), I'm Not There is "unquestionably the year's most original American movie" (Thelma Adams, US Weekly).

Amazon - I'm Not There DVD

Anonymous said...

Heath was absolutely gorgeous in INT, whew!

Anonymous said...

Ang Lee said at NPR that he would have cast, if he lives 50 years ago,
Paul Newman as Ennis
Monty Cliff as Jack


I can't imagine Monty as young Jack - talkative, high-spirited, playful, optimistic.

Anonymous said...

9:07 AM That link the bomb, thanks.

Anonymous said...

Yowza that was hot! I loved how flustered Paul Newman got under Jimmy Dean's intense gaze. I would be too!

Anonymous said...

Anyone else remembers On The Road movie and Jake playing Sal rumors?

Ask the AfterElton Flying Monkey! (April 28, 2008)

Q: I just re-read Jack Kerouac's On The Road. What's the deal with Kerouac (Sal Paradise) and Neal Cassady (Dean Moriarty)? I've heard rumors, and can read stuff online, but was there something more there, or was it just a 1940's bromance? — Jesse, New Haven, CT

A: Having never actually read On the Road, the Flying Monkey feels a little bit like Woody Allen in Zelig (1983) (whose never having read Moby Dick leads to hilarious consequences).

But speaking of Zelig, Neal Cassady (the inspiration for On the Road’s Dean Moriarty) lived a life not unlike Woody Allen’s movie character, helping to inspire On the Road (and many other Kerouac works), driving the bus immortalized in Tom Wolfe’s The Electric Cool-Aid Acid Test, appearing in a book by Hunter S. Thompson, and even being the subject of a Grateful Dead song (“The Other One”).

Early drafts of On the Road had Dean Moriarty experimenting sexually with men, and both Kerouac and Cassady did, in fact, have real-life same-sex sexual relationships (most notably with Howl poet and fellow beatnik Allen Ginsberg). But Cassady was bisexual, not gay, and Kerouac was deeply tormented by whatever gay feelings he had.

Kerouac was probably in love with Cassady, at least on some level. But did they ever pull a Brokeback pup-tent experience? Alas, I can’t give you a more definitive answer than all the rumors you’ve read online.

http://www.afterelton.com/askmonkey/4-28-08

Anonymous said...

More kissing boys :)

"I snagged this off Kennethinthe212. It's the love scene between Trevor Wright and Brad Rowe in "Shelter." For a pair of straight guys, I'd have to say they do pretty well here. Usually the whole thing fails because straight guys are afraid to kiss each other - they always end up sort of mashing their faces against each other. Gay men know the art of kissing. But these guys do OK, I'd give them a B-minus for authenticity in this scene but a soilid A for their overall performances in this fine film.

Love scene from "Shelter"

Anonymous said...

Heath was absolutely gorgeous in INT, whew!

He was! He was a gorgeous man. His bone strukture is great and his body is amazing.

Anonymous said...

I think he looked hot as Skip in LODT, despite the fake teeth.

Skip

Anonymous said...

Huh? Why did they use fake teeth in LODT?

Anonymous said...

I think because they wanted the teeth to look more like Skip's real teeth. Heath played a guy that really exists. The real Skip wanted Heath to play him in the movie.

Anonymous said...

I see, thanks 4:59 PM.

Anonymous said...

No problem 5:00! :)

Anonymous said...

4:41 PM

Skip is good, this one's better.

Father

Anonymous said...

5:07, he looks hot in "The Order", unfortunately the movie isn't very good!

Anonymous said...

Here he is with a fan on the set of TDK. The smiley on his shirt makes a sad face.

Smiley

Sorry for being OT with the Heath pics. I'll stop now!

Anonymous said...

A red, red rose ...

A Knights Tale

Anonymous said...

He's so cute in AKT!

Anonymous said...

5:11 PM ITA but it's good for eye candy.
That picture with him and the fan on TDK set made me sad. I miss him. :(
Nothing’s OT on WFT2 and I’ll only speak for myself but I love the pictures, thanks.

Anonymous said...

Sorry for being OT with the Heath pics.

Don't be, Heath posts are very welcome!

Anonymous said...

Nothing’s OT on WFT2 and I’ll only speak for myself but I love the pictures, thanks.

Glad to hear that!
I miss him too! :(

Anonymous said...

Don't be, Heath posts are very welcome!

Well then here is one of my favourite pic sets of him ;).

Green cap

Anonymous said...

with Jake

Anonymous said...

I still don't know what he was doing here. LOL!

LODT premiere

Anonymous said...

^^^ Good times I miss Heath and I miss that Jake.

J and H

Anonymous said...

Happy Heath

Anonymous said...

Me too 5:58! :(

Another J + H.

J+H

Anonymous said...

^^^ Bad link.

Anonymous said...

I noticed, I'll try to fix it!

Anonymous said...

BBM Press conference

Anonymous said...

Hope it works now:

J+H

Anonymous said...

Ok since we’re having a pics fest here’s two more.

group pic

cuteness

Anonymous said...

DGA

Anonymous said...

I miss the good old times!

Anonymous said...

Playful

Anonymous said...

I just love how whoever uploaded this pic just blurred Michelle. lol

tiff

Anonymous said...

6:17, this looks like Jake was biting Heath's finger! LOL!
But look at the way Heath is lookig at him. *melts*

Anonymous said...

I just love how whoever uploaded this pic just blurred Michelle.

LOL indeed!

Anonymous said...

6:21 that's hilarious!

Heath picking up Cate's prize at the Venice Film Festival. Looking funny!

Heath Venice

Anonymous said...

Heath in London

Anonymous said...

6:32, oh he was in a good mood! ;)

With Matt Damon.

Heath and Matt

Anonymous said...

Heath 1995

Anonymous said...

With Jake.

They seemed so perfect together.
It's so unfair what happened to Heath. :(

Jake&Heath

Good Night!

Anonymous said...

6:44, how happy and carefree he seemed to be. Beautiful!

Isn't it cute how Heath seems to be totally aware that Jake is looking at him, yet he doesn't turn to him. I mean picture 6:47!

Anonymous said...

6:52 PM hehe true, maybe he was just shy. lol

My final contribution to the pic fest.

tiff

lol

sigh

Heath @ vff

This was fun, bye people.

Anonymous said...

Isn't it cute how Heath seems to be totally aware that Jake is looking at him, yet he doesn't turn to him.

Heath: Not now, not here!

Anonymous said...

It is totally amazing how differently Jake looks at men then he does women. I have never seen Jake look at reese the way he looked at Heath or the way he looked at Austin. It likes he loves looking into the soul of a man.

Anonymous said...

^its like he loves

Anonymous said...

^ What a fantastic feast of photos. Thank you.
omg I miss Heath. And the Jake that used to wear his heart on his sleeve.
For Jake, there will never be another like Heath. He must know that. Ang Lee's casting was perfect and once-in-a-lifetime.

Anonymous said...

"he looks hot in "The Order", unfortunately the movie isn't very good!"

Yeah, it was crap. But that period of time where he was with Naomi was definitely his hottest. They were so great together, IMO. I wonder how different things would have been had they stayed together. :( I know it's silly to dwell, but.

Anonymous said...

For Jake, there will never be another like Heath. He must know that. Ang Lee's casting was perfect and once-in-a-lifetime.

He must know that indeed too bad he has tainted something so beautiful with his behavior. :(

Anonymous said...

Ang Lee said at NPR that he would have cast, if he lives 50 years ago,
Paul Newman as Ennis
Monty Cliff as Jack


Monty Clift would be better as Ennis, IMO. James Dean would have made a great Jack. I also remember reading somewhere that James Dean had a huge crush on Montgomery Clift.

Anonymous said...

^ I love Montgomery Clift, but I don't think he would have made a good Ennis. IMO, Paul Newman would have been better.

Anonymous said...

Monty Clift would be better as Ennis, IMO.

Interesting, I thought that everyone would see Ennis in Newman :)

new said...

TDK trailer

Anonymous said...

Posted on OMG

Avon Walk Washington, D.C. = Reeke weekend

May 3rd, 2008
... But the walk was worth it because REESE WITHERSPOON and Jake Gyllenhaal were dining at Hominy Grill [Charleston, SC]
!!! Reese is my favorite actress, so I was more than starstruck. As much as I wanted to snap a photo for you guys, I resisted being obnoxious ...

http://www.katheats.com/?p=3762

Anonymous said...

New TDK trailer

Wow!

Awesome trailer and awesome video quality.

Anonymous said...

TDK trailer"

OMG Heath's Joker looks amazing in it, just wow.

Anonymous said...

I'm Not There DVD - Special features include a commentary by Haynes, nine deleted scenes, short features on the making of the film and its soundtrack, audition tapes for Whishaw and Franklin, a gag reel and much more.

Good to hear there are a lot of special features.
I love gag reels!

Maggie said...

Maggie Gyllenhaal Covers May 2008 Interview

Sexy and edgy Maggie Gyllenhaal appears on the cover of the most recent issue of Interview. Photographed by Bryan Adams and in conversation with Tim Blanks, Miss Maggie talks about “playing coy, playing house, playing druggy ex-cons, playing movie star, and never playing it safe.”

On playing Rachel Dawes:
She’s [not] much of a girl in peril. She’s had a complicated set of circumstances to work herself through… Aaron Eckhart used to joke that any time I was supposed to be in peril, I had a real problem with it. I was trying to figure out a way that it wasn’t exactly what was happening.

On whether taking a role in The Dark Knight is an “investment in mainstream Hollywood”:
When I decided to do the movie, it wasn’t… Now I really feel I want to make movies that people see. I want to play strong, beautiful, powerful, elegant women. Now I really feel like there is something about mainstream Hollywood that I absolutely embrace. I’ve shed that adolescent part of myself that wasn’t interested in it before.

On turning 30:
I see women 35, 36, a little older than me…and they have something that I admire and aspire to, so I’m looking forward to the rest of the decade. I’m actually just 30 and a half now, so I don’t have a whole lot of hindsight on this yet.

On her role as drug addict Sherry Swanson:
What I found with Sherry was that she was in such a rough place that she didn’t have the luxury to feel any kind of self-pity or to fall apart at all, or she would not have been able to survive… I understood that all the things that happened in the movie were painful for her, but I didn’t really let that into the work. Then all the terrible things I’ve had to go through surfaced after we’d finished filming… I don’t think I could play that part now. I don’t know that I could be okay with the things I had to be okay with in order to play her.

On whether her “screwball glamour” a la Jean Arthur/Carole Lombard/Claudette Colbert was appropriate for The Dark Knight:
It’s a pretty dark movie. But sometimes qualities come out despite what an actor is in.

Maggie is adorable, and I agree with Blanks’ assessment of her as “a broad-in-waiting, the kinda-wanna-sorta brunette wo cracked wise through Hollywood’s Golden Age.” She’s just one of the many reasons that I can’t wait to see The Dark Knight. I think she’ll be a much more vibrant Rachel Dawes than Katie Holmes. Meanwhile, peep the rest of the Interview scans. You won’t be sorry!

http://backseatcuddler.com/2008/05/02/maggie-gyllenhaal-covers-may-2008-interview/

hm... said...

Maggie:

I want to play strong, beautiful, powerful, elegant women. Now I really feel like there is something about mainstream Hollywood that I absolutely embrace. I’ve shed that adolescent part of myself that wasn’t interested in it before.

HR said...

Hollywood's top stars face devaluing of A-list currency

Anyone glancing at 2007 boxoffice numbers might have noticed a striking absence of star power. Only four of the top 25 domestic grossers were driven primarily by movie stars -- the lowest number in history. The data captures what is becoming a seismic and industry-reshaping phenomenon: A-list talent is having trouble packing multiplexes based on star wattage alone.

With the exception of Will Smith -- sixth on the 2007 list with "I Am Legend" -- it's increasingly clear that other elements, from established franchises to marketable concepts to such brand-name creators as Tyler Perry and Judd Apatow, either give actors a necessary boost or entirely replace them as the draw for moviegoers.

"There are not a lot of movie stars right now," says Avi Lerner, who has produced movies with Bruce Willis and Robert De Niro. "The market has become more selective." The decline of star power comes as consumers are viewing film actors differently. Such voyeuristic media outlets as "Access Hollywood" and TMZ.com have demystified celebrities even as they feed unprecedented interest. Why turn out for a favorite star's movie if you can watch him walk his dog on TV and the Internet? "Mystique is what draws people to the movies," PMK publicist Catherine Olim says. "People want to go to the movies to get lost in a performance. And it's hard to do that with so much interference."

For the most part, stars and their reps have warded off financial adjustments that should follow from these boxoffice shifts. But there's growing sentiment -- familiar to producers but increasingly common, if largely unspoken, among agents -- that star salaries are out of proportion with star influence. Rollbacks, or at least a rethink, could be coming, a trend already manifest in some new deals and even in the recent wave of agency defections. The modern notion of star power -- the idea, which took hold about 30 years ago, that stars matter above all else to a movie's success -- placed tremendous power in the hands of talent and their agencies, which caused salaries to go up, which in turn increased actors' leverage even further.

But there's a sense now -- evident in multiple boxoffice metrics and comments uttered privately by the dozens of agents, managers and producers interviewed for this report -- that the interplay among consumers, celebrities and entertainment dollars is changing. The new dynamics are a challenge the next generation of up-and-comers -- Shia LaBeouf, Seth Rogen, Emile Hirsch and Katherine Heigl often are cited -- could face.

"As audiences get younger, they don't care about movie stars in the same way," Sony Screen Gems president Clint Culpepper says. "The idea of seeing a beautiful movie star on the big screen just isn't the same to them."

On the surface, movie stars are bigger than ever. They're ubiquitous on magazine covers and late-night TV. Their every move is dissected on blogs and fan sites. But the boxoffice reports tell a different story.

Such comedic actors as Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jim Carrey and Will Ferrell have in the past year or so hit longtime or even career lows. Brad Pitt has slid from a career high of $185 million for "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" to a paltry $4 million for "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford," low even by specialty standards. Leonardo DiCaprio's stock showed signs of waning with 2006's "Blood Diamond" ($57 million), a fact that might have partly prompted the major studios to pass on his buzz project "Low Dweller" several months ago. And it's not just leading men. Julia Roberts had three $125 million movies from 1997-2001; she hasn't broken $70 million since.

When star power does still exist, it seems to be narrowing. At the height of stars' drawing potential in the 1990s, you could drop such then-A-listers as Kevin Costner or Arnold Schwarzenegger into pretty much any movie and expect to gross $100 million stateside. (How else to explain "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves" or "Kindergarten Cop"?)Today's top-paid stars, on the other hand, need to be paired much more carefully with material to score a runaway hit.

Johnny Depp might largely be responsible for the $300 million-$400 million domestic grosses of his "Pirates" movies, but put him in "Sweeney Todd" or "From Hell" and those films struggle to reach $50 million.

Matt Damon has been a key part of two of the most lucrative contemporary franchises ("Ocean's" and "Bourne"), but his boxoffice mojo has stalled in other turns ("The Good Shepherd": $51 million domestic). Adam Sandler fails to open any movie that isn't one of his trademark comedies. And George Clooney might be capable of helping drive ensemble franchises like "Ocean's," but put him in a period screwball sports comedy and you have the dud that is "Leatherheads."

Perhaps the star who best epitomizes the new era is that ultimate A-lister, Tom Hanks. From 1998-2002, Hanks had a whopping six movies, from war pictures to romantic comedies, that earned between $115 million and $215 million domestically. Outside of a built-in brand like "The Da Vinci Code," he hasn't had a movie in that range since.

Many of these shifts stem from the way most studio movies are now made. While a number of studios -- Warner Bros., and to some extent, Paramount -- still seek to build projects around stars, others, such as Fox and Disney, are relying much more on concepts. When newly minted MGM executive Mary Parent addressed a group of agents recently, she said the studio was looking for title-driven projects, not star-driven ones. "What more and more studios are saying is, 'Let's find a concept we can market to all four quadrants, and once we have that, then we'll get the best person who can fit that concept,' " one agent says.

Meanwhile, stars are seeing their stock devalued by the rise of Wall Street slate financing because source material often is regarded as a more reliable predictor of boxoffice than a star, which explains the glut of money now spent on everything from "He-Man" to "American Girl." And even as international boxoffice becomes more crucial, it's having a peculiar effect on star power because it's becoming harder to argue that a particular A-lister will appeal so broadly. Why spend so much on talent when it's possible that Poland or Korea audiences won't know the difference anyway?

Despite these factors, a central paradox remains: the payday. Such stars as Sandler and Stiller still regularly land $20 million fees with significant backend points -- full freight, in industry parlance. But there are signs that loads are lightening. For stars in less-proven films than, say, "Bourne" (for which Damon earns $20 million-$25 million plus backend), the good times might be slowing down, especially as rising marketing and production costs continue to eat up budgets. "The $20 million against $20 million deal is basically dead," one agent says. There's always a new star nabbing an eye-popping amount, like what insiders say is Jason Statham's $5 million for "Crank 2" or an established star like Meryl Streep pulling in $1 million for a week's work on "Rendition." But new ways of calculating paydays by tying them to boxoffice essentially would amount to a rollback.

The model of the future could be Carrey's deal for "Yes Man," in which he accepted no upfront money and will earn a higher percentage of the film's revenue. In the future, stars might not be paid simply for being stars; they'll be paid for delivering results. Then again, the stars themselves are a big reason for these changes. In the past, A-listers, by design or by circumstance, hewed closely to the commercial fare that made them famous, but today's stars are more adventurous.

The growing prominence of awards season combined with the increased specialization of Oscar films has led many stars -- Clooney, Pitt and Angelina Jolie are just a few -- to take on more challenging and esoteric roles. That might be great for their art, but commercially, the effects are more complicated. "Consumers are savvy, and whenever a trailer comes out with a Clooney or Pitt movie, they're very wary, scrutinizing it for whether it's the George and Brad they love or something else entirely," one agent says.

With another summer of concept-driven movies looming, the proportion of top boxoffice grossers driven by nonstar factors could increase. Smith again could prove his drawing power when the superhero drama "Hancock" opens in July. But most of the other top earners in 2008 will come from other quarters, as winter winners like "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!" likely will be joined by such nonstar-driven hopefuls as "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian," "Speed Racer" and "The Dark Knight." And consider the star vehicle "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull," which is partly driven by the presence of Harrison Ford. That it continues a story line hatched almost 30 years ago and features a star born twice as far back tells you all you need to know about the modern relevance of star power.

The state of star power is also evident on the Web. The data in the charts below was compiled by Nielsen BuzzMetrics, which tracks the amount of buzz in the blogosphere. Nielsen is the parent company of The Hollywood Reporter. The Judd Apatow film "Knocked Up," released June 2007, was more buzzed about on blogs than A-list stars like Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Leonardo DiCaprio, and even the movie's star, Katherine Heigl. Will Smith was more buzzed about than his own blockbuster film "I Am Legend" when it was released in December 2007.

1987 - $1.8 billion total
Star-driven (44%)
Franchise-driven (23%)
Awards-driven (13%)
Buzz comedies (10%)
Media/grassroots sensations (10%)

2007 - $4.8 billion total
Star-driven (13%)
Franchise-driven (52%)
Effects-driven (11%)
Media/grassroots sensations (3%)

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/content_display/film/news/e3i9fd76a66aebe6d4c1aa6faf82d19eb74?pn=1

Anonymous said...

^^^ Hollywood Reporter article comment:

Fascinating stuff!

Perfect example - saw Iron Man today and loved it with the capacity audience, most of whom have never really heard of Downey, and they probably never came for Paltrow, yet it will achieve major bo due to the fresh, savvy approach, not big names.

Saw a trailer for Valkyrie now apparently only releasing 2009, with former mr-big himself - it looks real bad, and bad news for UA - and Paula W shouldn't hitch her star to this former star. Trailer for Raiders was ho-hum, seen-it-all before stuff with more than a hint of desperation. So, let's hear it for plot-driven movies, with more studio bucks spent on content than over-rated risks.

Anonymous said...

9:02, I totally agree. Heath and Jake casting was perfect and iconic.

I think Montgomery Clift would have made a great Jack - I see that sensitivity and a sort of impatience in his performances, and a certain look in the eyes. I remember watching old movies with my mom, he was one of her favorite actors. James Dean would have been great too, with his rebellious and not-caring-what- anybody-thinks attitude. As far as Ennis, Paul Newman, after what I saw in the screen test, is Ennis. It's like he pulls into himself and hides, when he says "Can't Here", reminding me of Heath's Ennis, after James Dean unabashedly says "Kiss Me", much like Jack. So for Jack, and actor who is a cross between Montgomery Clift and James Dean, which is Jake, and a Paul Newman to play Ennis, which is Heath. High praise, I think. :)

Anonymous said...

He must know that indeed too bad he has tainted something so beautiful with his behavior. :(

I know, it's so disappointing!

forum gossip said...

"I was at a party with Leo [DiCaprio] about 5 years ago. The party had just begun (it was after some fashion event he was at). He was surrounded by easily a dozen of the hottest boys in the place, chatting it up, always with a hand on one of them. Then a press agent ran in, whispered something in Leo's ear and within 2 minutes, all of the guys were replaced by hot female model types...and in came the cameras."

Anonymous said...

I seem to remember a rumor that Leo and Tobey were lovers. I think Page Six outed them.

The Real Reese said...

Funny old article about Reese:

http://www.nationalledger.com/cgi-bin/artman/exec/view.cgi?archive=1&num=4132

Contents if you don't want to jump:


Right after her much deserved Academy Award for Best Actress in 'Walk the Line' fabulous actress Reese Witherspoon was hit with a barrage of reports from two separate weekly magazines that her marriage was in trouble.


Reese Furious Over Reports

Reportedly she was furious.

Life & Style Magazine, which broke the report on its cover, cites an insider that claims “Reese blew a gasket when she read about her marriage."

“She told her publicists, ‘This is completely overshadowing my win! We need to do something. I’m not going to turn into one of those actresses where it’s all about my personal life. I’m the highest-paid actress in history, and this crap isn’t going to bring me down!’”

Is it working?

Not according to Life & Style. They will report in Friday's edition that Ryan reluctant to pretend things are OK? An insider says it’s because he’s fed up with Reese’s relentless ambition.

“He told Reese that unless she tries to actually be the sweet person she pretends to be - rather than the domineering woman she really is – he’s going to walk,” says the insider.

***

The Enquirer had earlier reported the troubles as well, but detailed that Reese was ready to put her high-priced career on hold and have another baby if that's what it took to keep the pair together.

Reps have denied any marriage trouble.

Anonymous said...

leo and tobey ????

well i know matt and ben was a couple before but i didn't know for"jack" and "parker" LOL

Anonymous said...

Reese is a pathetic, little person.

I think she used Ryan from the very start; she was aware how helpful Ryan can be to her Hollywood career and image.

Anonymous said...

Then a press agent ran in, whispered something in Leo's ear and within 2 minutes, all of the guys were replaced by hot female model types...and in came the cameras."

Jake,
you should learn from George and Leo how to beard. lol

Anonymous said...

Posted on OMG

Perez - SIGHting

Spotted: Reese Witherspoon and Jake Gyllenhall shopping at Banana Republic together in Charleston, S.C. on Saturday.

http://perezhilton.com/2008-05-04-sighting-174

Anonymous said...

How can he be with Austin Nichols when he's spending so much time with Reese?
There are so many sightings of them. I don't think all of them are made up.
I think they are together!

Anonymous said...

3:52 pm, why Babble here?
Did UV close the shop?

Anonymous said...

LOL 5:00 p.m.

Anonymous said...

So much time with Reese? She spent half an hour with his dog a couple of weeks ago and now this sighting. Jeez.

Anonymous said...

Reese is on Avon Walk business in Washington DC today. Perfect opportunity for a bit of fauxmance promotion.

Anonymous said...

And don't forget the Friday night sighting on the set of Nailed, she was there. It was posted on OMG.

Sounds like she was in SC for most of last wek according to the person who worked as an extra on Nailed.

Jake isn't in DC, he has filming early tomorrow morning in Columbia.

Anonymous said...

So much time with Reese? She spent half an hour with his dog a couple of weeks ago and now this sighting. Jeez.

How do you know he wasn't there, maybe he was just hiding just not to be pictured?

Anonymous said...

5:38 Doesn't say much for being mother of the year that she would desert her children to spend time with her toyboy.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like she was in SC for most of last wek according to the person who worked as an extra on Nailed.

No, that blogger saw her on the Nailed set on Friday afternoon / evening.

Anonymous said...

Reese is the mother of the year according to her PR team. lol

Anonymous said...

How do you know he wasn't there, maybe he was just hiding just not to be pictured?

Who? Where?

Anonymous said...

Who? Where?

Jake! In the car perhaps? She was carrying 2 cups of coffee, remember?

Anonymous said...

5:55 PM

1. Jake was on the Nailed set.
2. Even if Jake was in LA, why on Earth would he hide?

Anonymous said...

5:59, you are really not up to date. He was in L.A. He was pictured leaving LAX!
Maybe he didn't want people to accuse them doing photo op's?

Anonymous said...

5:59, you are really not up to date. He was in L.A. He was pictured leaving LAX!

Not the same weekend as Reese with Atticus photo op.

Anonymous said...

It was the same weekend!

Anonymous said...

Reese was jogging in LA midweek so she didn't go to SC for the entire week.

Also isn't she doing voiceover work at the moment? And that production company doesn't run itself either.

Anonymous said...

It was the same weekend!

Wrong.

X17online pictures of Reese & Atticus are from FRIDAY morning, April 18.

Anonymous said...

It was the same weekend!

X17online pictures of Reese & Atticus are from FRIDAY morning, April 18.

LAX pics are from Monday, April 21.

Anonymous said...

Jake left L.A. on the 21.4. He was in L.A on the 18th!

Anonymous said...

He was in L.A on the 18th!

How could you know that?

There are pictures of Jake on the Nailed set from April 16 and April 17.

Anonymous said...

Many probably won't agree with what i'll say, but I think Heath was the bisexual one out of the two. I think Jake admired Heath a lot, I mean Heath seemed to be a pretty cool guy. I think that's why he got those admiring looks from Jake.
Jake likes to be ambiguous about his sexuality to appear more interesting. He and Ted seem to have lots of fun whith people still believing the gay rumors.

Anonymous said...

How could you know that?

LOL, nobody is making this up! Take a look at the pictures at IHJ!

Anonymous said...

6:41 PM

Phonyspoon confirmed those gay rumors.

Anonymous said...

LOL, nobody is making this up! Take a look at the pictures at IHJ!

What pictures?

Anonymous said...

What pictures?

Jesus, I mean the pix of him departing LAX on April 21st!

Slow day today?

Anonymous said...

6:46 PM

No, your posts don't make much sense.

Jake was on the Nailed movie set on April 16 and 17 (Wednesday and Thursday). I have no idea why would anyone think he was hiding in the car, in LA, on Friday morning, April 18.

Anonymous said...

I said maybe he was hiding!

And it's a fact he left L.A. on April 21st! We have picture proof!!! Like it or not!

Anonymous said...

We have picture proof!!!

LOL! LOL! LOL!

After Rome, SF, Mexico and all that Reeke PR and promotion babblers still need Jake hiding in the car as an argument that Reeke is for real?!?

Unfuckingbelievable!

Anonymous said...

Picture proof that he left LAX. Reese wasn't at the airport.
You make no sense 7:01!

Anonymous said...

Jake leaving LA on Monday isn't proof that he was in LA on Friday.

Anonymous said...

Jake leaving LA on Monday isn't proof that he was in LA on Friday.

There's no proof that he wasn't there either!

Anonymous said...

Yeah 7:01, they're so private, didn't you know?

Like they'd have missed the opportunity for photographs if he'd been anywhere near Reese.

Anonymous said...

Like they'd have missed the opportunity for photographs if he'd been anywhere near Reese.

Maybe they're just tired of people (aka Ted and his believers) thinking they're faking it and now try harder to avoid being photographed together? Could be!

Anonymous said...

There's no proof that he wasn't there either!

It does not matter.

All those Reeke PR and photo opportunities didn't make me believe in Reeke.
Why would Jake's weekend in LA make any difference?
Why do you think it’s even worth mentioning?

Anonymous said...

Maybe they're just tired of people (aka Ted and his believers) thinking they're faking it and now try harder to avoid being photographed together? Could be!

God, I hope you are a teenager!

Anonymous said...

God, I hope you are a teenager!

Why?

Anonymous said...

Because an adult shouldn't be so naive and uninformed.

Anonymous said...

Because an adult shouldn't be so naive and uninformed

I don't think I'm the naive one here! ;)

Anonymous said...

So what is your problem with Reeke?

Why do you need any more proof that Reeke is for real after Rome "love fest"?

Anonymous said...

Why do you need any more proof that Reeke is for real after Rome "love fest"?

I think they "came out" after promotion for the film was done, they probably didn't want to overshadow the film with their relationship. After the Rome FF there was no promotional work needed anymore.

Anonymous said...

And what is the point of silly arguments like this one:

I said maybe he was hiding! And it's a fact he left L.A. on April 21st! We have picture proof!!! Like it or not!

Anonymous said...

Well r 7:54, read all the comments that lead to this quote you posted and then you'll understand.

Anonymous said...

I did read all the comments but I still don't understand why are you using silly arguments to "sell" Reeke.

Anonymous said...

I did read all the comments but I still don't understand why are you using silly arguments to "sell" Reeke.

I don't want to sell Reeke, really. I'd prefer another partner for him anyway. But as long as he's happy he can be with whomever he wants to!

Anonymous said...

I don't want to sell Reeke, really.

Your posts are saying something different.

Anonymous said...

Your posts are saying something different.

I just try to be realistic!

This Ted C. stories make no sense to me.
I want to know what happened to Austin? Are Jake and Austin still secretly together? What happened to the surrogate baby?
Does Reese have sex with another guy? I mean she's a pretty, healthy woman. If there was a guy for Reese, Ted would have mentioned it by now. She probably also has "needs" Don't you think?

Anonymous said...

Yes, I think Jake and Austin are still together.

No, I don't think there is a surrogate baby.

Couldn't care less about dull, unattractive Reese.

No, I don't expect Ted to know everything about celebrities. Nor do I expect him to write everything he knows.

Anonymous said...

8:34, you know what I know for sure? We both probably will never know the truth. ;)

Hey, it was still fun exchanging messages with you! :)

Anonymous said...

Here is a truth you can count on:
Don't believe anything you read about celebrities. The Hollywood machine works night and day to fabricate phony stories.

Anonymous said...

She probably also has "needs" Don't you think?

Reese is DIY girl, if you know what I mean. Her best sexual relations are when she relates to herself.

heath's ashes said...
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Anonymous said...

Damn, 9:08! Just, damn.

Anonymous said...

I'm not particularly for Gyllenspoon or Jaustin, though I'd be okay with either pairing. So, don't take this question as me trying to sell Reese and Jake, but if he is bi and if his relationship with Kirsten was real, isn't it at least a possibility that their relationship is real? Even if they do pimp it out for PR gain, doesn't the possibility remain? Jake doesn't have to be completely straight to fall for a woman.

BSD said...

No. This is too convenient to be true. I never paid too much attention to the Jake is gay rumors before he took up with Reese. I thought they were garden variety gay rumors that start up about every single new actor.

Then this. It rings so false. Now I think he really is gay.

Anonymous said...

Wave to the angry babbler at 9:08 everyone!

HI!!

9:31 said...

So, bsd, none of the Ted stuff rang true for you until Gyllenspoon? Did Rome do it for you? Yes, I agree the photos looked super fake. Still, I'm not completely sold on the Awful Truth BIs.

I'm starting to feel about Jake the same way I have felt about Tom Cruise for years. I think they have secrets, but I'm not necessarily convinced that it's homosexuality.

Part of me thinks that Jake is not gay at all. Maybe he has some strange sexual deviance he doesn't want to get out or a hooker fetish or something like that.

Anonymous said...

I'll wave and laugh. 9:08 is friggin' hilarious.

Anonymous said...

There are some straight people I know that had harmless crushes on the same sex, maybe that's what happened to Jake with Austin and Heath. I don't think there was anything between them, but he may have felt a strange attraction, maybe it was even mutual and it showed in their interactions.

Dorothy and Toto Too said...

Hi babblers. What's wrong, are things a little boring over at "Jake is straight central"?

Anonymous said...

How can you not develop tender feelings for someone who's your friend in RL and whom you kissed tenderly and were physically close to in front of a camera. It's only natural there is a different kind of dynamic between them!

Anonymous said...

10:31 AM...well said.

and all the people arguing when/where/if/how jake and reese are together should get over it.

just face it: he's with the chin.
girlfriends that shop together...

btw, it may seem like a small detail, but going to places like banana republic is part of a careful image refashioning (note: maggie or kiki would never be caught dead in a banana republic, "the retailer that caters to preppie wannabes"). it shows (again) how much jake wants to go mainstream. reese is delivering him into her dull, conservative mini-van driving, People-mag reading Avon demographic. that's where the money is!

he may have flirted with danger (big dawg Heath) and experimented with sweetness (puppy Austin), but he ain't wet dark and wild. he's wet dark and scared.

the trust-fund baby has had enough of living on the edge..he's jumped back into the safety zone.

that's basically what ted is going on about. and just because jake's safe with reese for now doesn't mean he isn't attracted to men.

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