Tuesday, May 26, 2009

wha wha what?

80-year old Chilean auteur Alejandro Jodorowsky isn't done yet. ScreenDaily is reporting that Jodorowsky's film King Shot is super close to securing the $7.4 million required to get the cameras rolling by this fall. This, via the assistance of Lynch's Absurda films and Laszlo Kantor's UJ Budapest FilmStudio.

King Shot would be Jodorowsky's first film since 1990's The Rainbow Thief and is being marketed as a "metaphysical spaghetti western" (sounding similar to El Topo, no?) set to star Nick Nolte, Marilyn Manson, and Asia Argento.

Sweet.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Lynch Mob Road Trip

Beginning June 1st, one of this blogger's favorite auteur directors, David Lynch (Blue Velvet, Mulholland Dr.), will be presenting an online documentary series in 121-parts. The series, titled Interview Project, is just that: 3-5 minute portraits of Americans of all walks of life cross-country as filmed and compiled by a team of commissioned filmmakers. Interview Project will span a year, with new segments premiering every 3 days. Make sure to remember to check it out at interviewproject.davidlynch.com.

Trailer: NINE!!!!

Guess what? There's finally a trailer for Rob Marshall's (Chicago) film musical Nine (based off the Broadway play, based off of Fellini's 8 1/2)! Click here to check out Guido (Daniel Day-Lewis) and his all star cast of chorus girls in glorious HD. Granted, nothing can surpass the original non-musical, and Day-Lewis is no Marcello Mastroianni, but it looks fantastic. And Fergie actually might make one hell of a Saraghina.

Monday, May 11, 2009

Trailer: Princess and the Frog

Good news for fans of old school Disney 2D animation: it's not dead yet! A slightly longer trailer for return-to-form The Princess and the Frog has surfaced online, and it looks promising. Better yet? The entire film (though partially in uncolored storyboards) was screened for test audiences over the weekend...and the feedback was extremely positive. Citizen reviewers, according to sites like Ain't it Cool are claiming to "love" the film, its New Orleans/voodoo soaked twist on the classic tale, and the heroine, Princess Tiana (Disney's first African American addition to its princess crew).

Let's hope it lives up to the advance praise. The Princess and the Frog marks the first Disney traditionally animated film since 2004's forgettable Home on the Range. The studio's goal is to continue releasing one 2D animated film every few years, with CGI-flicks roughly once per year (this does not include Pixar) in between. Upcoming CGI outing include 2010's Rapunzel and King of the Elves, currently slated for 2012. Rapunzel, unlike previous Disney CGI ventures, is said to be seeking an oil on canvas, "warmer" 2D type look. The concept art, seen below, also suggests Disney may truly be entering another renaissance without the help of Pixar. Took them long enough.



Saturday, May 9, 2009

Novelty Treats: What Chuck Wore


For some reason, i almost never seem to be able to successfully watch television on Monday nights, but that doesn't mean that i don't secretly watch Gossip Girl on the internet at random hours during the rest of the week. What can i say? It's a problem. I've fallen in. And most of the time, it's not really that exciting. Except for when Chuck Bass is around brooding and drinking and being a 50 year old melancholy man and trying to fill his empty life with women and elaborate schemes while being some sort of stepbrother who never seems to actually go to school. Yes. I love Chuck Bass. He's the one piece that really just pushes the show over the edge. Which is why i feel the need to direct your attention to the tumblr What Chuck Wore, which is woefully incomplete, but should fill you in on most everything you need to know about Bass.

Take Notes, Lindsay...



And the award for the most creative and effective transition from child to adult celebrity goes to Harry Potter himself, Daniel Radcliffe (19). First he stripped down in an award winning, legitimately serious role in sexualized horse-play Equus. Now, he's supposedly completely "fascinated" by his new drag queen bff, Our Lady J, and the culture that surrounds her. She's said to be known for her passionate renditions of her own songs, as well as covers of Alanis & Dolly. The boy wizard and queen met while Radcliffe was in regular performances of Equus, and since they've been spotted palling around NYC quite a bit. Partying it up "arm in arm" [according to Bild.com].

Good for you Daniel. Not only have you managed to prove you have an open mind, but you've also managed to eschew transforming yourself into a flash & trash rehab-bound ex-child star. Just don't, please, go all Tommy Gnossis.

If you're as curious as i was, here's Our Lady J performing her song "Trouble"


Friday, May 8, 2009

Novelty Treats: Photo Journalism




Tumblr blog Look at this fucking hipster collects and captions images of the 'youth' of the world participating in various acts of herd individualism. It's the online equivalent of being in the crowd at Coachella or standing near a line of people waiting to get into an MGMT show, only here, when you point and laugh, there's little chance of being challenged to some variety of drinking contest or being verbally assaulted on your own wardrobe choices.



I'm going to go out on a limb and say that there's a huge difference between subculture street style and ironic hipster non-style. I'm also going to say the scope of what is incorporated into 'hipster' has become too wide, and calls for a narrowing down. With this logic, I'm then going to tell you that there's a difference between "fashion" hipsters and "curbside" hipsters. From there I'm going to go stereotypical and say that like the goths, the truly hip likely don't self identify as hipsters. The definition of hipster, i think, has been twisted to mean something more along the lines of poser, which is really, quite frankly, not what it should be. So really, we're talking about posers, because (let's face it) most of these kids are not cool. They're vapid and have taken up shallow interests in otherwise deeply engaging topics while working really hard to dress in a manner they would have been laughed out of my teenage years for.



Yesterday i drove past my old high school and girls were wearing thigh high grey socks with neon mini-skirts and greasy hair. I don't know what that is, but it's not a hipster. I bet it thinks it is, though.

What i think we're dealing with right now is the merging of all of our subcultures into one overarching category looked on in disdain and referred to as 'hipsters'. There's this pressing need, it would seem, for everyone to belong everywhere all at once. I'm opposed to this, i think. To a certain extent because it makes things confusing. I enjoy the sociology of subcultures, they are part of our contemporary tribal system. We can map them, if we choose, and track their roots and the ways in which they've altered over different cultural climates. Punk is one of the best examples of this. It rises from genres and becomes a scene, it spawns other scenes and other genres, it is still spawning them. It has a dense infrastructure of teen angst and political opposition (etc.) the ebbs and flows. We can have all sorts of punk breeds. Hardcore and skate and straight edge. And within the context, it makes a certain amount of sense, generally. Which leads to the obvious question: what the fuck is this new breed of "hipster"? What is that? What the hell does it say about a person?



How is this...





The same as this...

The same as this?

They're not. They're just not. We cannot all be 'hipsters'. Which, by the way, we are all becoming. Because everything and everyone is being incorporated into this style. Geek chic. Club kid. Punk. Glam rock. Hip hop. Fashionistas. Academics. Preps. Goth. Old people. Small children. Mom jeans. 1800's. 1900's. 20th century. Future. Steampunk. Disco. Hippie. Metalheads. Grunge. Burnouts. Thrifters. Everyone. It's like an epidemic. It is an epidemic. You are probably inadvertently dressing hipster right now, or wearing something a hipster might covet, and you don't even realize it.

What does it mean?

I have no idea.

And this is totally not what this blog post was supposed to turn into.

Also, side note: is there a reason why we can't seem to pull off Tokyo street style here? You know, bright colors, GothLoli's, Harajuku kids who look like carefully styled cartoons instead of crack den rent boys and disease addled junkies? Just wondering.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Random: I Can Haz Cheezbrgr 2 plz?



Pres & VP go on a burger run, reminding me of late nights in college dorms. That's the kind of political decision i can get behind. Hold the mustard.

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Met Ball 2009: Yes.

Marc Jacobs and Kate Moss walk the red carpet at the Met's Costume Institute Gala. So simple. So freakin' fantastic.

Tony Nominations


The American Theatre Wing announced the nominations for the 2009 Tony Awards bright and early this morning. "Billy Elliot" is the big leader here, with a grand total of 15 nominations in the musical categories. Yes, it's actually up against "Shrek the Musical". Wasn't the critical consensus that "Shrek" was abyssmal? Did i miss something? It must not have been a good year for original productions.
Hit the jump for the complete list of nominees.



Nominations for the 2009 American Theatre Wing’s Tony Awards


Best Play

Dividing the Estate (Author: Horton Foote; Producers: Lincoln Center Theater, Bernard Gersten, André Bishop, Primary Stages)


God of Carnage (Author: Yasmina Reza; Producers: Robert Fox, David Pugh and Dafydd Rogers, Stuart Thompson, Scott Rudin, Jon B. Platt, The Weinstein Company, The Shubert Organization)


Reasons to Be Pretty (Author: Neil LaBute; Producers: Jeffrey Richards, Jerry Frankel, MCC Theater, Gary Goddard Entertainment, Ted Snowdon, Doug Nevin/Erica Lynn Schwartz, Ronald Frankel/Bat-Barry Productions, Kathleen Seidel, Kelpie Arts, LLC, Jam Theatricals, Rachel Helson/Heather Provost)


33 Variations (Author: Moisés Kaufman; Producers: David Binder, Ruth Hendel, Goldberg/Mills, Latitude Link, Arielle Tepper Madover, Bill Resnick, Eric Schnall, Jayne Baron Sherman, Wills/True Love Productions, Tectonic Theater Project, Greg Reiner, Dominick Balletta, Jeffrey LaHoste)


Best Musical


Billy Elliot, The Musical (Producers: Universal Pictures Stage Productions, Working Title Films, Old Vic Productions, Weinstein Live Entertainment)


Next to Normal (Producers: David Stone, James L. Nederlander, Barbara Whitman, Patrick Catullo, Second Stage Theatre, Carole Rothman, Ellen Richard)


Rock of Ages (Producers: Matthew Weaver, Carl Levin, Jeff Davis, Barry Habib, Scott Prisand, Relativity Media, Corner Store Fund, Janet Billig Rich, Hillary Weaver, Toni Habib, Paula Davis, Simon and Stefany Bergson/Jennifer Maloney, Charles Rolecek, Susanne Brook, Israel Wolfson, Sara Katz/Jayson Raitt, Max Gottlieb/John Butler, David Kaufman/Jay Franks, Mike Wittlin, Prospect Pictures, Laura Smith/Bill Bodnar, Happy Walters, Michele Caro, The Araca Group)


Shrek The Musical (Producers: Dreamworks Theatricals, Neal Street Productions)


Best Book of a Musical


Billy Elliot, The Musical (Lee Hall)


Next to Normal (Brian Yorkey)


Shrek The Musical (David Lindsay-Abaire)


[Title of Show] (Hunter Bell)




Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre


Billy Elliot, The Musical (Music: Elton John; Lyrics: Lee Hall)


Next to Normal (Music: Tom Kitt; Lyrics: Brian Yorkey)


9 to 5: The Musical (Music and Lyrics: Dolly Parton)


Shrek The Musical (Music: Jeanine Tesori; Lyrics: David Lindsay-Abaire)





Best Revival of a Play


Joe Turner’s Come and Gone (Producers: Lincoln Center Theater, André Bishop, Bernard Gersten)


Mary Stuart (New Version: Peter Oswald; Producers: Arielle Tepper Madover, Debra Black, Neal Street Productions/Matthew Byam Shaw, Scott Delman, Barbara Whitman, Jean Doumanian/Ruth Hendel, David Binder/CarlWend Productions/Spring Sirkin, Daryl Roth/James L. Nederlander/Chase Mishkin, The Donmar Warehouse)


The Norman Conquests (Producers: Sonia Friedman Productions, Steven Baruch, Marc Routh, Richard Frankel, Tom Viertel, Dede Harris, Tulchin/Bartner/Lauren Doll, Jamie deRoy, Eric Falkenstein, Harriet Newman Leve, Probo Productions, Douglas G. Smith, Michael Filerman/Jennifer Manocherian, Richard Winkler, Dan Frishwasser, Pam Laudenslager/Remmel T. Dickinson, Jane Dubin/True Love Productions, Barbara Manocherian/Jennifer Isaacson, The Old Vic Theatre Company)


Waiting for Godot (Producers: Roundabout Theatre Company, Todd Haimes, Harold Wolpert, Julia C. Levy, Elizabeth Ireland McCann)





Best Revival of a Musical


Guys and Dolls (Producers: Howard Panter and Ambassador Theatre Group, Tulchin/Bartner, Bill Kenwright, Northwater Entertainment, Darren Bagert, Tom Gregory, Nederlander Presentations, Inc., David Mirvish, Michael Jenkins/Dallas Summer Musicals, Independent Presenters Network, Olympus Theatricals, Sonia Friedman Productions)


Hair (Producers: The Public Theater, Oskar Eustis, Andrew D. Hamingson, Jeffrey Richards, Jerry Frankel, Gary Goddard Entertainment, Kathleen K. Johnson, Nederlander Productions, Inc., Fran Kirmser Productions/Jed Bernstein, Marc Frankel, Broadway Across America, Barbara Manocherian/Wencarlar Productions, JK Productions/Terry Schnuck, Andy Sandberg, Jam Theatricals, The Weinstein Company/Norton Herrick, Jujamcyn Theaters, Joey Parnes, Elizabeth Ireland McCann)

Pal Joey (Producers: Roundabout Theatre Company, Todd Haimes, Harold Wolpert, Julia C. Levy, Marc Platt)

West Side Story (Producers: Kevin McCollum, James L. Nederlander, Jeffrey Seller, Terry Allen Kramer, Sander Jacobs, Roy Furman/Jill Furman Willis, Freddy DeMann, Robyn Goodman/Walt Grossman, Hal Luftig, Roy Miller, The Weinstein Company, Broadway Across America)




Best Special Theatrical Event


Liza’s at The Palace (Producers: John Scher and Metropolitan Talent Presents, LLC; Jubilee Time Productions, LLC)


Slava’s Snowshow (Producers: David J. Foster, Jared Geller, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Judith Marinoff Cohn, John Pinckard)


Soul of Shaolin (Producers: Nederlander Worldwide Productions, LLC; Eastern Shanghai International Culture Film and Television Group; China on Broadway)


You’re Welcome America. A Final Night with George W. Bush (Producer: Jeffrey Richards, Jerry Frankel, Steve Traxler, Home Box Office Inc., Gary Sanchez Productions, Bat-Barry Productions, Ken Davenport, Ergo Entertainment, Ronald Frankel, Jon B. Platt, James D. Stern, The Weinstein Company, Tara Smith/b. Swibel, Dede Harris/Sharon Karmazin, Arny Granat)





Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play


Jeff Daniels, God of Carnage

Raúl Esparza, Speed-the-Plow

James Gandolfini, God of Carnage

Geoffrey Rush, Exit the King

Thomas Sadoski, Reasons to Be Pretty





Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play


Hope Davis, God of Carnage

Jane Fonda, 33 Variations

Marcia Gay Harden, God of Carnage

Janet McTeer, Mary Stuart

Harriet Walter, Mary Stuart





Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical


David Alvarez, Trent Kowalik, and Kiril Kulish – Billy Elliot, The Musical

Gavin Creel - Hair

Brian d’Arcy James - Shrek The Musical

Constantine Maroulis - Rock of Ages

J. Robert Spencer - Next to Normal





Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical


Stockard Channing, Pal Joey

Sutton Foster, Shrek The Musical

Allison Janney, 9 to 5: The Musical

Alice Ripley, Next to Normal

Josefina Scaglione, West Side Story





Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play


John Glover, Waiting for Godot

Zach Grenier, 33 Variations

Stephen Mangan, The Norman Conquests

Paul Ritter, The Norman Conquests

Roger Robinson, Joe Turner’s Come and Gone





Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play


Hallie Foote, Dividing the Estate

Jessica Hynes, The Norman Conquests

Marin Ireland, Reasons to Be Pretty

Angela Lansbury, Blithe Spirit

Amanda Root, The Norman Conquests





Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical


David Bologna, Billy Elliot, The Musical

Gregory Jbara, Billy Elliot, The Musical

Marc Kudisch, 9 to 5: The Musical

Christopher Sieber, Shrek The Musical

Will Swenson, Hair





Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical


Jennifer Damiano, Next to Normal

Haydn Gwynne, Billy Elliot, The Musical

Karen Olivo, West Side Story

Martha Plimpton, Pal Joey

Carole Shelley, Billy Elliot, The Musical





Best Scenic Design of a Play


Dale Ferguson, Exit the King

Rob Howell, The Norman Conquests

Derek McLane, 33 Variations

Michael Yeargan, Joe Turner’s Come and Gone





Best Scenic Design of a Musical


Robert Brill, Guys and Dolls

Ian MacNeil, Billy Elliot, The Musical

Scott Pask, Pal Joey

Mark Wendland, Next to Normal





Best Costume Design of a Play


Dale Ferguson, Exit the King

Jane Greenwood, Waiting for Godot

Martin Pakledinaz, Blithe Spirit

Anthony Ward, Mary Stuart





Best Costume Design of a Musical


Gregory Gale, Rock of Ages

Nicky Gillibrand, Billy Elliot, The Musical

Tim Hatley, Shrek The Musical

Michael McDonald, Hair





Best Lighting Design of a Play


David Hersey, Equus

David Lander, 33 Variations

Brian MacDevitt, Joe Turner’s Come and Gone

Hugh Vanstone, Mary Stuart





Best Lighting Design of a Musical


Kevin Adams, Hair

Kevin Adams, Next to Normal

Howell Binkley, West Side Story

Rick Fisher, Billy Elliot, The Musical





Best Sound Design of a Play


Paul Arditti, Mary Stuart

Gregory Clarke, Equus

Russell Goldsmith, Exit the King

Scott Lehrer and Leon Rothenberg, Joe Turner’s Come and Gone





Best Sound Design of a Musical


Acme Sound Partners, Hair

Paul Arditti, Billy Elliot, The Musical

Peter Hylenski, Rock of Ages

Brian Ronan, Next to Normal





Best Direction of a Play


Phyllida Lloyd, Mary Stuart

Bartlett Sher, Joe Turner’s Come and Gone

Matthew Warchus, God of Carnage

Matthew Warchus, The Norman Conquests





Best Direction of a Musical


Stephen Daldry, Billy Elliot, The Musical

Michael Greif, Next to Normal

Kristin Hanggi, Rock of Ages

Diane Paulus, Hair





Best Choreography


Karole Armitage, Hair

Andy Blankenbuehler, 9 to 5: The Musical

Peter Darling, Billy Elliot, The Musical

Randy Skinner, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas





Best Orchestrations


Larry Blank, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas

Martin Koch, Billy Elliot, The Musical

Michael Starobin and Tom Kitt, Next to Normal

Danny Troob and John Clancy, Shrek The Musical







Special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

Jerry Herman





Regional Theatre Tony Award

Signature Theatre, Arlington, Va.





Isabelle Stevenson Award

Phyllis Newman





Tony Honor for Excellence in the Theatre

Shirley Herz

Monday, May 4, 2009

Novelty Treats: Gael's Cheap Trick



This is a nonsense video of one of my celebrity boyfriends (Gael Garcia Bernal) performing a Spanish-language cover of Cheap Trick's "I Want You to Want Me" for Carlos Cuaron's upcoming film Rudo y Cursi, which will reunite Bernal with his Y Tu Mama Tambien co-star Diego Luna. I'm not going to lie, I have absolutely no idea why this exists. Let's just go with it.

Closer.

Brood. That's what i want you to do. Angst-ridden former Goth kids, it is a sad day, your King has found a Queen. Nine Inch Nails founder and frontman Trent Reznor is getting hitched to singer Mariqueen Maandig. This is the part where a million black hearts shatter. "NO!" corporately assimilated 20-something women will scream, "No! Not Trent!". Their shoe polish black and henna red hair has grown out. The piercings have closed up. This was their last hope, the reassurance that somewhere, a bitter perfectionist is still sitting in a dark studio hating life. Music's Heathcliff on the moors. Rochester at Thornfield. Waiting and unobtainable but for that one romantic heroine who understands. Suffering through industrial screams and cries for help. They could have been the Perfect Drug....alas, no more.

Seriously, I'm not the only person who knows like a dozen people who have said things to this effect, right? Can't be.

Also, do you think Maandig filled in her eyebrows to look more vulcan? I'm going with yes.

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Novelty Treats: Auto-Tune Political Opera



I'm swiping this from Mary over at Planet Home to present to you folks. These mad scientists have whipped up a brilliant robotic opera using Auto-Tune and current affairs. It says so much about our times....

Oh look, i found a dollar.

Friday, May 1, 2009

You're Not Really Surprised, Right?


For those of you who are blissfully ignorant, Jon & Kate Plus 8 is one of TLC's top programs. They air and re-air it in an infinite nightmarish loop. It's a major player in the world of reality television. The titular Jon and Kate Gosselin, of course, are a couple who found themselves giving birth to a small army of 8 children (one set of twins, one set of sextuplets). The show is a favorite among mothers and those who find this sort of extreme child rearing charming and appealing. That said, it is not viewed by me.

But when i have watched it (and i admit that i have) in bits and pieces the one feature that has always stuck out to me as the most obvious and entertaining aspect of the show is that in the confessional sequences (when Jon & Kate address the camera without a billion screaming children) the couple looks absolutely, 100%, miserable. Of course, the sadist in me finds this hysterical and (given the show's audience) highly ironic.

In the instances I have seen, Jon is always being reprimanded and Kate usually sits with her arms crossed. It looks like they're in for marriage counseling, not raking in the big bucks with their happy, ecstatic brood.

Now, as you likely know, the media is in an uproar over rumors that Jon Gosselin may be cheating on his darling Kate. The story goes that Jon has been repeatedly spotted partying with unidentified females. In fact, photos have surfaced of Jon living a nightclub around 2 AM with a pretty young thing at the wheel. Oh my! Scandal! Jon claims he, like most people, has "male and female friends" and implies this is no biggie. Honestly, i don't care one way or the other....but what i do find shocking is that so many people seem to actually be surprised by any of this.

Really? Which part? Are you watching the same show i've seen? No. I don't think you are. These are not happy people. This relationship has been doomed since the cameras started rolling. Let's watch them talk about how they met:

At the end, when she says "We were young" doesn't it seem like it's really taking a lot for them to not say "and stupid"? They seem like different people in their home movies, but just barely. There's not much fond remembrance, but a hell of a lot of things they would like to change.

I know i'm a cynic, but come on, it can't just be me. What say you: Jon & Kate Gosselin....miserable or merely jaded, apathetic, and exhausted?

But What I Really Want to do is Sing...

Oh, actor folk, always trying to conquer other roles and assume other positions. Remember when Lindsay Lohan used to sing? She released those silly songs about rumors in the clubs and amped up power ballads about her father....yeah. This isn't like that.

Gossip Girl's Leighton Meester is currently in the studio working on an electro-pop album she plans to unleash upon her audience of fashion-conscious teenagers and dancey hipsters this fall. The first single will drop in July and she's working with reputable producers like Kenna & Polow da Don (which is a fun name to say pretty much all the time). The reason why she's different than LiLo? It seems that she may actually be able to sing and has been recording music even before her major label deal.

She's already done vocals on the track "Birthday" by Awesome New Republic (which surfaced all over the interwebs a couple months back, and can be heard below) and her leaked cover of "Bette Davis Eyes" has made a splash as well.

I'm actually not so dubious about this one. We'll see. Piggy flu?









Kelis has filed for divorce from hip-hop juggernaut Nas. She's expecting their first child in July and citing irreconcialable differences as the reason for the split. And you're like, why are you talking about this? You never talk about random celebrity couple news. You must really be feeling like all uninspired and shit, to be reporting on such trivial knowledge after such a long absence.

To which i respond: people, i just posted a picture of Speidi in a SARS mask. The end is near. We can blame piggy flu N1H1U-571. It rots the brain like ebola.

No, i posted this because I wanted to use this news to make all sorts of horrific Gene Shalit puns. I wanted to be like "her milkshake no longer brings him to the yard" or "maybe he got too Bossy" or something about it not being "One Love" or some nonsense. But than i found that the Associated Press had already done it for me:

"LOS ANGELES (AP) — The milkshake has gone sour between Kelis (KEL-ees) and Nas (NAHZ)." [source]

With pronunciation, no less! Oh, AP, you clever bitch.

Hope they can settle things without anyone losing the d-diamonds on their necks or d-diamonds on their grillz.

Signs of the Apocalypse.

Fame starved reality whores Heidi Montag and Spencer "Flesh Colored Beard" Pratt stake their place as first officially sanctioned photo of "celebrities" sporting this summers hottest accessory: the Swine Flu (or are we calling it H1N1 now?) Surgical Mask. Yeah. If that could perhaps prevent them from attempting to breed on their honeymoon...i'm all for it.


Seriously. This may be a sign of the apocalypse. The narcissists have covered their faces.

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