Tuesday, July 17, 2012
JULIE NEWMAR is a beauty, face and figure. Portraits of her have been done by the greatest photographers: Karsh, Bernard of Hollywood, Peter Basch, Andre de Dienes, Alfred Cheney Johnston...
But each new Catwoman has relied more and more on a mask (the full helmet and lewd tongue action of Michelle Pfeiffer), zany special effects (Halle Berry bouncing around more like a steroid grasshopper than a cat) or calling attention to the cat suit entirely (Anne Hathaway wears giant goggles over her face).
In the case of Eartha Kitt, who looked more like a squash-faced Persian, you could understand the need for a mask.
But let's get back to the newest incarnation. Anne. You can see what the real problem is. Let's put it this way.
You never see Andy Samberg and Anne Hathaway in the same place!
Monday, July 16, 2012
Hopefully she'll find some strength with a new diet, and there will be a re-write of the story. Something like this:
Saturday, July 7, 2012
They know better than you do, what you like. You like death!
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY recently told me that I'd really enjoy knowing that Zina Bethune died:
GOOGLE, of course, is even more enthusiastic. They were very happy that Richard Lynch died. They apparently recommended that he be taken off life support to hasten his demise. After all, if a guy isn't a blogger, or upping copyrighted movie clips to YouTube, Google considers this a non-person.
Websites are in the business of gathering enough information on you to decide what links you should be shown.
The Internet is changing the way we think, the way we live...and perhaps whether we live at all.
I wouldn't be surprised if Zina Bethune was using a Google map to locate the perfect location (for a car accident), or if someone replaced David Lynch's electrocardiagram with a laptop showing zany YouTube videos.