I had a mild panic attack this afternoon because for a short moment I though I won’t be able to make my deadline. The thing is, nothing in the newsreel seems quite buzzworthy enough, and yet another report on celebrity sightings at the Super Bowl would have been an underwhelming way to close up for the day.
Then there’s Rihanna’s photo shoot with Terry Richardson, but you guys already had your dose of hipster sluttiness earlier, so that fell through as well. To add insult to injury – pun totally intended – my son decided to climb the furniture again (oblivious to the fact that he is only nine months old and can’t actually climb), banged his face into a sharp table corner, and cried his head off. And that didn’t help me find inspiration either.
Thankfully, it’s always a good time to talk about Anna Kendrick, especially since she’s such a treat. Kendrick strikes me as being a rare kind of very smart, very talented actress, and gosh, she’s always so preppy! Bonus: she has kissed Jake Gyllenhaal. I like that idea, kissing Jake Gyllenhaal.
So in the midst of my motherhood/creative shambles, I give you Anna Kendrick’s latest brilliant tweets:
Watching a documentary about Meth. “If you can bake cookies, you can make meth.” Well great, now I want cookies and meth.
So far in my life my kissing has been described as “efficient” & “tidy.” I don’t think they were meant 2 b compliments.
Seriously Fanning sisters?? Only the offspring of a unicorn and a mermaid could be that pretty. Has anyone actually SEEN their parents?
Some days I wish I could wear a sign around my neck: “Look, I’m a pretty sensitive person; can everybody just be cool?”
There you go, guys. Now I want to write about Jake Gyllenhaal AND kiss him. Well, there’s always tomorrow… See you then!
February 4, 2013 at 5:30 pm by Bobby Pfeiffer
So we’ve talked about Anna Kendrick just a little bit here and there, but the tipping point really revealed itself when she talked about masturbating to a Ryan Gosling movie in a theater. That was a stroke of brilliance right there, no pun intended.
This is Anna’s latest look at a fashion function in New York City, and gosh, guys, this girl gets prettier and prettier as the days go by. So pretty, actually, that it’s becoming super necessary to find out more about Anna and her rubbing-one-out ways.
For example, did you know that she’s way into British dudes? Must be a Kristen Stewart complex rearing its cheat-provoking head, but it’s a real thing. What does she like about UK men, though? Well, according to a recent interview, she likes their dry sense of humor and their accents, but really, who doesn’t?
As for her career, Anna was nominated for a Tony award for Best Actress in 1998 for her role in something called ‘High Society’, which just proves that there’s talent, like, coming out of her ears, and she’s also close friends with Adam Lambert.
Is there anything this chick can’t do?
Anna Kendrick: Love It or Leave It?
January 31, 2013 at 9:30 am by Sarah
Here’s why we need to talk about her, ready? Because I LOVE HER. I loved her in the Twilight movies, where she played Bella’s dumb friend. I loved her in 50/50, where she played Joseph Gordon-Levitt‘s therapist/lover. I loved her in Paranorman, which, if you haven’t seen it, is just amazing. I really, really loved her in Pitch Perfect, because Pitch Perfect is one of my new favorites (expect a story about why we need to talk about Rebel Wilson soon). I think that this Anna Kendrick is just a delight.
But then I checked out her Twitter. And now I want her to be my new best friend.
And she also posted this photo of her with her dog:
So we love her now, ok? Is everyone cool with that?
January 15, 2013 at 12:30 pm by Emily
I’ll just save you the time of skimming the post for the word “cocaine” or “pain killers”… Homegirl’s addicted to Angry Birds. You know, that game that housewives and fat dudes are always playing on their iPhones?
Anna went to the grad opening of a restaurant last night and told the folks at PopStopTV.com that she thinks her Angry Birds addiction might warrant a visit from Dr. Drew or Jeff VanVonderen any day now. The Twilight actress said, “Oh, actually, I was playing it in the car on the way over here, is that bad? No, I have like 3 stars on every level. It’s disgusting how much I play that game. It’s not like ‘Oh, what level am I on,’ It’s like ‘Do I need therapy to break myself from playing Angry Birds?’”
I personally have never played this game, but I feel like it’s all anyone talks about these days (besides Charlie Sheen and like, actual world news.) Can any of you Angry Bird addicts out there tell me what makes the game so very awesome and why it’s so addictive?