See these pink signs? They’re all over my immediate neighborhood.
I think pink indicates a movie shoot and other colors indicate commercials or television, but I’m just guessing based on the signs I see.
I agree: KStew would have rocked the role of Lisbeth Salander in the [unnecessary] American version of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.
A tumblr called But You’re Like Really Pretty provided illustrated examples of what Kristen plus several other popular actresses might have looked like as Lisbeth. It’s fun to imagine.
I just wish they had mocked up, say, Reese Witherspoon for giggles.
Have you seen TGWTDT? How was it?
But there’s a problem: DeLillo hasn’t been very good recently. As if in reaction to the bunker-busting Underworld, DeLillo’s 21st century work grew famished, starved of style and meaning. Thin works like The Body Artist, Cosmopolis and The Falling Man looked more like stocking stuffers than proper novels, and they read worse.
Have you read Cosmopolis, and if so, did you read it before Rob Pattinson was cast in the film or after?
What was your take on the novel?
NY Times Style Section – Field Notes
I’m going to do my very best to avoid the big remaining spoiler that is Bella’s wedding dress. My plan is to see Breaking Dawn on November 18 in the afternoon which means I’ll need to stay away from Twitter once the midnight showings begin.
A different take on the upcoming Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1.
Beautifully lush. Over the top. I feel like sneezing just looking at the pics!
She is spectacular in Traffic, one of the eight or so DVDs I own and thus in heavy rotation given that Time Warner Cable won’t set me up for another week. As a result, I am wondering why Erika Christensen hasn’t had better film roles.
She has kept a very low profile. Googling “Erika Christensen” only turns up a smattering of information including the fact that she is a Scientologist.
These are the things I contemplate when I should be doing things like, oh, unpacking my new apartment.