3Evan Rachel Wood Likes to Pose All Nude and Smeared in Blood, But She Can’t Take a Needle Through the Nose
First of all, can I say that Evan Rachel Wood is f-cking retarded without ruffling people’s feathers? No? OK, then. I won’t.
The above is a video of Evan Rachel Wood getting her nose pierced, and if you can get through the entire thirty-seven seconds of mouth-breathing and semi-inappropriate, audible orgasms, then you can actually witness Evan Rachel Wood getting her nose pierced. Can you imagine what sitting through an entire tattoo sesh would be like? Madness, guys. It would be sheer madness.
On a related note, I once had my nose pierced. And while it wasn’t the most pain-free body piercing I ever had, it certainly wasn’t the worst (the bellybutton, guys—the bellybutton was the worst). And it certainly wasn’t bad or “bad” enough that I had to all act like it was one of the most exhilarating things that’s ever happened to me. Because the whole exaggerated “Ohhhh f————ck” thing at the end and the self-satisfied little smirk? Ugh. I wanted to just die a little bit right there. Oh. Wait. No. Her, I mean, not me.
Even the piercer (who’s probably seen it all) is like, “Dude. Get this silly bitch out of my chair. Please?”
July 11, 2012 at 11:30 am by Sarah
I’m so happy for Evan Rachel Wood. She’s really kind of come out of her weird goth shell over the last year, what with finally axing the relationship with Marilyn Manson, she’s rocking the hell out of her new haircut, and she flaunts her titties like it ain’t no thing (is it? Is it really?). She’s also engaged, in case you happened to miss the news! From the Examiner:
Wedding bells may finally be ringing for actress/singer Evan Rachel Wood. Her boyfriend British actor Jamie Bell proposed over the holidays. When she said yes, this became the second engagement for Wood.
Wood was previously engaged to Marilyn Manson until she ended it in 2010 amid allegations of infidelity. She and Bell met in 2005 when they were in the “Wake Me Up When September Ends” music video by Green Day.
They began dating shortly thereafter. The couple dated for a year and even got matching tattoos before ending their relationship. Last summer the twosome found each other again and got back together.
Awesome, right? I just love when these kind of things happen to people who seem genuinely neat. Plus, she bonus-ed us out with this latest spread for Flaunt magazine, where she – excuse the pun – flaunted her assets and her big old personality too.
About men who approach her for a date:
“[They] always seem too eager. I feel for guys. I’m telling you. It’s so much pressure. So easily you can turn into a creep.”
And that’s why she likes to be the take-charge one in the relationship, or “the dude,” whether it’s a relationship with a male, or even another female:
“I totally get it [though] because I got to a place where I had to start picking up women, and I had to be the guy. And I feel awful for any guy that’s ever trying to pick me up-it’s super hard. Women are very complicated. I love women – I am one, I adore them – but we’re all nuts. We’re all crazy! But, I think it comes from love. It comes from a place of caring too much and doing too much, and it will drive you nuts. Guys and girls are equally nuts – it’s just two different kinds of crazy.”
Thanks for that generalization, ERW. I appreciate it muchly.
Anyway, she concludes the interview (which you can check out more on here) with some off-the-wall comments about her sleeping habits:
“I’m a crazy sleeper. If you ever slept at home with me, you know you’re in for an adventure. I talk, I scream – I freak people out sometimes because I literally scream things. I am violent in my sleep, which I always find really interesting.”
Sure, interesting. I guess I’m a crazy sleeper, too, but I’m not violent. No, I’m just a dog-insulter. For real. My husband told me that I woke up laughing the other night (I don’t remember any of this), and when he asked me what I found so funny, I said “Sadie,” who happens to be our Coonhound, “is an idiot.” And I proceeded to laugh for another five whole minutes, completely oblivious to the fact that I was asleep. Awesome, right?
Anyway, you probably read through this whole post for the boobs. And I promised, and now I’ll deliver. But don’t get too excited – there’s only one NSFW photo out of the bunch, it’s not super quality, and it’s after the jump. But at least it’s better than having to roll your eyes at Olivia Munn’s PETA ad any old day, right?
January 13, 2012 at 12:30 pm by Sarah
I know, I know, the People’s Choice Awards were just the night before! But settle down, kids, because the Critics’ Choice Awards actually kind of matter, and besides, it’s awards season, so buck up. The Golden Globes are this Sunday, you know. It’s time to get serious.
And you guys, things did get serious last night. Seriously gorgeous. Both my girls, Emma Stone and Evan Rachel Wood, were there, and they both killed it. Take a look above to see Emma looking dazzling, and below to see Evan looking stunning. I actually think I like Evan’s dress a little better. What about you guys?
But on to the winners!
Best picture: The Artist
Best actor: George Clooney, The Descendants
Best actress: Viola Davis, The Help
Best supporting actress: Octavia Spencer, The Help
Best supporting actor: Christopher Plummer, Beginners
Best acting ensemble: The Help
Best director: Michel Hazanavicius, The Artist
Best animated film: Rango
Best foreign film: A Separation
Best young actor or actress: Thomas Horn, Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close
Best documentary feature: George Harrison: Living in the Material World
Best adapted screenplay: Moneyball, Steve Zaillian and Aaron Sorkin, story by Stan Chervin
Best original screenplay: Midnight in Paris, Woody Allen
Best cinematography(Tie): The Tree Of Life AND War Horse
Best art direction: Hugo
Best editing: The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
Best costume design: The Artist
Best make-up: Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2
Best visual effects: Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes
Best sound: Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2
Best comedy: Bridesmaids
Best action movie :Drive
Best song: “Life’s A Happy Song” – The Muppets, Performed By Jason Segel, Amy Adams And Walter, Written By Bret Mckenzie And The Muppets
Best score: The Artist
What do you guys think? Personally, I’m kind of bummed that We Need to Talk About Kevin didn’t win anything (both Tilda Swinton and Ezra Miller were up for acting awards) because I thought it was amazing, but I’m really glad that “Life’s a Happy Song” from The Muppets got some recognition. Did you guys see The Muppets? It’s probably going to be one of my favorite movies ever. Also, I clearly need to see The Artist, huh?
Any additional thoughts?
January 13, 2012 at 4:30 am by Emily
You guys, I almost totally forgot! The Entertainment Lawyer who scribes Crazy Days and Nights is finally “naming names,” as is his hallowed New Year’s Day tradition.
Emily hit on some of the year’s best, most salacious scandals, but you guys! THERE IS SO MUCH MORE.
January 2, 2012 at 12:30 pm by Jenn
Can we get into musical theatre for a minute, friends? Because that Les Mis movie is happening, and it’s happening fast. The release date is December 7th, 2012, and so far the cast includes Hugh Jackman as Val Jean, Russell Crowe as Javert, and Anne Hathaway as Fantine. Things are looking pretty good so far, but who will play the beloved Eponine?
Taylor Swift, Lea Michele, Scarlett Johansson and Evan Rachel Wood are all in the running for the highly coveted role of Eponine in Oscar-winning director Tom Hooper’s big-screen version of “Les Misérables,” sources tell us. A source close to the film confirmed that the four actors have all auditioned for the role. Another said that Michele “knocked it out of the park” when the “Glee” star — who played Young Cosette in the Broadway show — recently performed for the “King’s Speech” director. But it will be a tough choice because each star has her own magic ingredient for the musical based on Victor Hugo’s novel. “Scarlett brings acting ability, and she can really sing,” said the source. “Evan Rachel Wood brings her indie cred.” And casting Swift would mark a major move over to Hollywood films for the pop star.
You know, as much as I dislike the girl, Lea Michele is clearly the way to go here. Scarlett’s too old and just not right for the role, and you know I adore Evan Rachel Wood, and she’s definitely a strong second choice, but I’m just not feeling this for her. As for Taylor … please don’t make me explain why Taylor Swift would be a reprehensible casting choice.
Who would you pick to play Eponine?
December 2, 2011 at 6:30 am by Emily
Many times throughout the day, I find myself drifting off. Whatever I was thinking of or trying to focus on just slips away, and the remarkable beauty and effortless grace of Evan Rachel Wood consumes my mind, much like that awful “E.T.” song by Katy Perry or the case of whether or not Courtney Stodden has implants or “hey, I wonder what Kanye is thinking about right now?” It’s powerful, you guys, and I don’t think it’s going to go away any time soon.
But what about you, friends? Do you think Evan’s flapper ensemble is as precious as I do, or are you over it already?