Dear They Found Love:
Relationship? Ha! I highly doubt that, dear, but these two tabloid staples have more in common than just famous exes who most people would rather see them stay far away from (far, far away when it comes to Chris Brown). I have a feeling these two enjoy each other's company, but it's hardly anything serious. Or seriously romantic either.
I saw the ring. You saw the ring. Everyone saw the ring. So what do you say? It's not like Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth didn't know this would be all over the web in an instant. Chalk it up to love or is this all hype? Are we in for a very young engagement? As always, loving your sassy pants!
Dear Tying the Not:
You really think Miley would say yes to that caliber of bling? Puh-lease.
I read all the Hunger Games books and, like many, was anxiously awaiting the movie release. I loved the music and most of the movie, but the jumpy camera scenes reminded me too much of The Blair Witch Project. Was that type of filming necessary? This really spoiled the movie for me. Kudos to the cameraman for the scenes where the camera was not shaking. I'm a little disappointed.
Dear All Shook Up:
Sorry, S, but that's the cinema verité realness that Gary Ross and the camera folk decided on. Sure, it was a bit much in the beginning, but I thought it totally worked during the games. And it helped hide the bloodbath at the cornucopia, scoring the flick a PG-13.
Do you think Robert Pattinson plays up his awkwardness for talk shows as part of his public persona? Things like his twitchiness and mannerisms? Or is he genuinely like that off camera as well?
What you see is what you get with Rob...most of the time at least. The awkwardness is just part of his charm, doncha think?!
I was wondering since Jennifer Lawrence has been getting much praise for her role as Katniss and some are comparing it to her role in Winter's Bone, could there be any possibility that she could be nominated for an Oscar for The Hunger Games? Or is that too much of a long shot to even think about?
Dear Can't Win Them All:
We're going to say that the odds aren't in her favor for an Oscar this time around. Don't get us wrong, we think that J.Law totally killed it (no pun intended) as Katniss, but it's not the kind of movie that Academy voters really get behind. Who knows though—maybe for Mockingjay? It's not the craziest thing we've ever heard of.
Is it just me or does it seem like Tori Spelling is just producing more castmembers (read: kids) for future reality shows?
Dear Baby Bump or Ratings Bump:
Well that would certainly make her the most dedicated casting director, like, ever. But Tori is all about Mommy Duty—and she makes it no secret she also loves when the cameras are rolling—so why not combine the best of both worlds?
Greetings from Michigan! I haven't been able to come down from cloud nine since you informed us all that the amazing Fifty Shades of Grey may be coming to the silver screen! I know everyone thinks Rob Pattinson should be our beloved Grey, but that seems a little out of reach considering the Twilight connection that he is trying to distance himself from. My question for you is what are your thoughts on who could take on the roles of Christian and Ana? My first choices would be Matt Bomer and Lyndsy Fonseca! Thanks, love your column, love you!
Dear Grey Area:
We're still working on this steamy spring read (we get stuck rereading some of the naughtier parts, can you blame us?!)…but we can safely say you shouldn't count on seeing Rob's name in the credits. That said, we're totally behind your Bomer suggestion. Anything to see him steam up the big screen, right?!