Last night, the hotly anticipated Lindsay Lohan/James Deen vehicle The Canyons opened in its native Los Angeles after being summarily rejected by SXSW, Sundance and early reviewers alike. All the film’s stars brushed off their cheesiest, most Hollywood glam duds for the occasion, with the glaring exception of Lindsay herself, which was especially strange considering she’s been busily engaged in staging a career comeback since leaving rehab last week. Is Lindsay avoiding the spotlight for the sake of her mental health, or did she simply skip the premiere because it was not enough about her for her liking? Regardless, LiLo’s lovely avatar kept watch over the proceedings from the movie’s numerous posters like so many airbrushed ghosts. More
Topic: Bret Easton Ellis
Over the past few months, we have seen many a sneak preview for Bret Easton Ellis‘
Montessori school art project upcoming film The Canyons, featuring Lindsay Lohan and James Deen, among others. Now, with its August 2 release date inching ever closer, we have the official trailer.
Grool, indeed. More
Does this mean all I have to do is look good in a dress and direct a movie and I CAN HAS OSCAR, TOO?! More
The film will feature full frontal Lohan. What few glimpses we get of her, however, are so darkly lit that all we can see are puffy lips and extensions. More
Your internet boyfriend is moving up in the world. More
The last time I was offered cocaine, it was by a woman snorting it off a porta potty toilet at Fashion Week. This was a few years ago and I always kind of kept this inciden mind. Periodically, often while waiting for 7 years to get into a bathroom at Rose Bar, I would ask myself “who does cocaine?”And Myself replied in this beautiful Margaret Thatcher voice “people who don’t fear the porta potties at Fashion Week.” So, people who are destined to die, soon. More
Last week, some madcap genius broke down Patrick Bateman’s New York: all the clubs and scene-y restaurants the protagonist of American Psycho haunted and where they are now (most are closed, natch). This week, editors Jennifer Wright and Ashley Cardiff continue their years-long argument over the merits of Bret Easton Ellis’ 1980s classic. More
Fun fact: no one I know is on coke right now that I can see. Also fun fact: everyone I know having sex is in a monogamous relationship.
So, half of those facts go along with Nate Freeman’s piece on “Sexless and the City: Web Warps Libido Of Coked Up Careerists.”
If you haven’t heard, 20-somethings aren’t having one night stands anymore. Rather than breakfast we’re now having a few lines at Tiffany’s and then going home so we can get up at 6 to log on Facebook before going back to work.
The funniest thing about this video might be that, until they’re all revealed to be serial killers, it actually sounds like a show that would be on the CW. That and this line: “A lot of shows like this were … More
Michael Woodsmall has made his name known around these here parts. That’s good. Because he values his name. Oh, he values it. He would slap it on you right now if he could. And perhaps one day, when you’re out … More
A lot happened this week. World Cup stuff! Earthquakes in Toronto! Skinny Stilts! Here are some of our favorite stories: Allie Brosh brought us Skinny Stilts We found the best and most terrifying wedding ever held We learned what to … More
I really appreciate intern Michael’s thoughts on why he hates Bret Easton Ellis, which he voiced while embodying the soul of a young Patrick Bateman (though Michael, you can totally do cocaine at your desk if you want. We do.) … More
Bret Easton Ellis is a douchebag. No. If you like Bret Easton Ellis, you are a douchebag. It baffles me as to how many of you self-obsessed morons have deluded yourselves into actually thinking you have anything in common with … More