Dear Heat of the Moment:
One has nothing to do with the other. Yes, I agree Graydon's just mooching, all these years later, off of what brilliant Tina Brown created, but that doesn't mean what his staff reports Levi as saying is to be immediately discarded. Levi had extraordinarily inside access to the Palins, so his claims should not be dismissed outright.
As a huge R.Pattz fan I can't help but wonder why haven't we seen him in any advertising since he became the sexiest man alive (at least in my humble opinion, I'm sure I'm not alone)...I mean, I know he's super busy and hasn't had many breaks since then, but he could've done it if he wanted, couldn't he? Hasn't he received any good offers or is he just turning them all down? I can totally picture him dazzling us in some Hugo Boss new fragrance campaign! But I'm afraid I'll start seeing that annoying show-off Taylor Lautner getting these jobs instead of Rob! Can it be?
Dear Ball's in Rob's Court:
Rob is still hot stuff right now; he can get practically whatever he wants. I suspect he hasn't had time to shoot campaigns. He's gotten, what, like a month break, and I think he wants just that. A break. Tay-Tay seems more desperate to stay in the limelight during his time off. I don't doubt you're right that he'll nab a deal first.
Parrish Maguire's identity is driving me crazy, and I'm thinking maybe it could be Sebastian Stan? Hot, cold or absolutely frigid?
Dear Try, Try Again:
Like most everyone, I'm a Twi fan but have discovered The Vampire Diaries on TV. Have you seen it? Yes, they borrowed a lot from Twilight, but it's a real hot show. I look forward to it every week and the main characters have a lot more chemistry than R and K, in my opinion. I would really like to know more about Paul Wesley, who plays Stefan, so please tell everything. I think he would have made a better Edward than you know who.
Dear Brave One:
I totally agree; Paul is smokin'! And a nice guy too. As for his secrets, the jury is still out on that one.
Don't get me wrong. I'm a huge Kristen Stewart fan and hope she has a long and promising career, but her lip chewing is out of control. In every movie she's in, she chews, sucks and licks her lips. At first I thought it was a teenager phase that she'd soon grow out of, but she licks her lips even in the latest Runaways trailer. Is this bad for her acting career, or is it sexy and we should applaud her for sticking with her signature gesture?
Dear Attention to Detail:
Everyone talks about that, but I tend not to notice it. I'm gonna go with bad habit her acting coach is going to make her quit before it's her signature gesture.
What's with John Cusack? Is he loony or does he have Jack Nicholson syndrome or what? Please advise.
Dear Say Anything:
He's brilliant and just doesn't like playing the tabloid game—yes, just like Jack.
Please already have your webmasters fix your blog so that clicking on a blog post opens a new screen. It is so annoying to have to constantly hit the back button and scroll down to where I left off, only the repeat the process for another post. Frankly, I'd read a lot more of your posts if your blog had this "new screen" or "new tab" feature. The way it is currently I am discouraged from reading posts. It's too annoying and very time consuming. I think you'd get way more clicks if you changed.
Uh, you reading this, techies?
Lots of snark over Melissa Rosenberg's script writing, but might the fans be to blame? I thought the Twilight movie topped a lot of the dialogue in the book, which is pretty cringe-inducing at times. (The movie kiss was much better than the book's kiss.) But rabid fans lit up the message boards over M.R.'s writing. So, she says she couldn't ignore the fans when writing New Moon. I think overzealous fans, who don't understand books and movies as two different mediums, are to blame for the ways in which New Moon's script failed. M.R.'s writing needs to be unshackled from S.M.'s for the movie scripts to have a chance. Thoughts?
Dear Foreword Thinker:
Hey, I'm open to that too. Like a reader yesterday pointed out, Dexter is very good and "unshackled." But whatever is happening now ain't working and needs to be fixed by Breaking Dawn.
Has Beyoncé ever been a subject of Blind Vice? I can't say I know every piece of entertainment news—but it seems to me that she manages herself and her image very well. You rarely hear about her in gossip columns. At first there were some thoughts of similarity between Rihanna and her, but there is a clear difference in how both of them manage their celebrity. Beyoncé just seems like she's all class. Thoughts?
Dear Good One:
You're pretty right on. Sure she has her moments, but for the kinda diva B could be, she isn't. And that's a no for her being a Blind Vice subject.
So you don't know if Genevieve is pregnant, but what about your new friend Danneel? Could a bun in the oven be why she's so sure she'll be getting married? And speaking of Genevieve, why are you being so nice to her and Jared? Is their marriage not going to be as fake as Jensen and Danneel's?
Dear Not So Fast:
Since when did silence (so far, at least) mean everything's golden?