Hollywood Take 2: Final Break

8 Sep

This week in Hollywood: Essential Stories

  • -Kristen Stewart finally comes out of hiding to promote On The Road at TIFF (Toronto Independent Film Festival).
  • -Robert Pattinson and cast of the Twilight Saga show “exclusive clip” of Breaking Dawn 2 at MVAs.
  • -Celebrity comedy couple Amy Poehler and Will Arnett split!

When speaking a thought…please complete it.

Dressed in a very feminine floral gown and make-up that can’t seem to make up it’s mind between “young girl” and “street walker”, Kristen Stewart surfaced six weeks after her scandal with SWATH director.  She was seen taking photographs with co-star Garrett Hedlund and signing autographs for fans.  In watching the red carpet interviews and press junkets, it’s still amazing that after all this time in front of the cameras, she seems to blab on and speak incoherently.  Does she ever finish a thought?

On The Road is set to release in limited theaters December 21, 2012.

It’s still not over??????

Thursday night at the MVAs, Robert Pattinson and his Twilight Saga posse came on stage to present an “exclusive clip” of the final installment (praise the Laaawd!).  He seemed gracious as always and happy to be with his fellow co-stars.  Kristen Stewart was not there due to her TIFF engagement, but it would have been veeeeery interesting had she been.  But back to the exclusive clip…what’s with the airplane mountain lion attack and the Raggedy Ann roundhouse kick?

Calling it quits after 9 years and 2 kids…

SNL alum and Parks and Recreation star, Amy Poehler, is splitting with her husband, Will Arnett.  He is most famous for his work on Arrested Development and Up All Night.   Hollywood splits and divorces seem to be just as abundant as the rest of the world, but this was one couple that most of us thought would actually make it.  It sad to see a couple that seemed happy and content, without scandal and shenanigans, come to a close.  We wish them and their two young sons the very best.

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8 Responses to “Hollywood Take 2: Final Break”

  1. littlebells September 8, 2012 at 10:45 AM #

    OB…THANK YOU!!!

    • Open Book September 8, 2012 at 11:42 AM #

      Ur welcome!

  2. Open Book September 8, 2012 at 11:45 AM #

    LB-

    U said: “what’s with the airplane mountain lion attack and the Raggedy Ann roundhouse kick?”

    hahahahaha! U are hilarious!

    • littlebells September 8, 2012 at 2:07 PM #

      Seriously, what are those???? After the gazillion of dollars summit has made, they still cannot get better CGI??? And that kick…that was so weird looking. I wonder if new trailers in November will start off with “best comedy for the Hollywood season”. Hahahaha!!!!!

      On another note, I’m curious as to why OTR is opening juuuust before Christmas. And in select cities to boot. Pretty sure it will get lost in vast shadow of Les Mis.

      • Open Book September 8, 2012 at 7:10 PM #

        Yeah, the CGI. IDK know……. Perhaps they will tighten it up for the film, right now it’s looking a bit cartoonish.

        Regarding OTR? Maybe they are trying to attract the crowed hungover from Christmas shopping.

  3. parisienne September 9, 2012 at 4:43 PM #

    OB,

    I know you already know this but I LOVE YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Open Book September 9, 2012 at 7:30 PM #

      Ah…. Ditto!

  4. MidnightCloak4 September 10, 2012 at 7:33 AM #

    Re: OTR
    I’m not sure, but I think the last possible deadline for submitting a film for Oscar consideration, also meaning it has to be released in theaters, is midnight December 31st. Despite critic reviews, OTR wants to be contender and make it’s money back (whenever they get around to finding how much that is over the years), because this upcoming awards season is very lackluster compared to its predecessors (really the last 2 years). People are excited about Les Mes, but what else is there? Ben Afflecks new flick that’s getting good buzz, and Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘The Master’. But what else? The Great Gatsby, even before the trailer hit, but will select promotional stills, was supporsed to be a contender, but the studio pushed it back to the summer (lol) not at all happen for it, and demanding re-shoots and editing. So if OTR can grab something, like cinematography, it may get more butts in the seats than it otherwise wouldn’t have had.

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