This is what Lindsay Lohan wore out to a restaurant last night, and I refuse to believe that she’s not on something. This is just not an ensemble that a completely sober person would put together, I’m sorry. And I’m not even saying “she’s a crackhead!” or “she’s totally wasted!”, maybe she just hasn’t gotten a lot of sleep lately, but I guarantee you that something is altering her mind, specifically the part of the mind that knows how to not look like a damn fool.
What substance do you think Lindsay's on these days?
Way back in February, I showed you guys a side-by-side comparison of Meryl Streep and Margaret Thatcher so you could decide if Meryl could pull off the role in the Thatcher biopic, The Iron Lady. Well, that was then, and this is now, and now we have an actual trailer to judge. What do you think?
To be honest, I wasn’t overly familiar with Margaret Thatcher’s mannerisms and vocal patterns until about ten minutes ago when I hit up the YouTube for research, but I was, as always, confident that Meryl Streep could astound, and I was right. If she wanted to, Meryl could conquer the world, of course she could conquer a portrayal of a prime minister.
First of all, I hate Justin Timberlake’s burgeoning movie career. Sure, he’s cute. Sure, he has innate comedic timing. You know what he doesn’t have? A current Billboard hit. Get back to it, Timberlake! Dance for us! Dance!
But more importantly, I hate it when Justin Timberlake stands too close to Mila Kunis like this. In the PSA video, when he feels up Mila’s butt and makes a “Hmm” face, I think my brain might explode. This pretend-couple’s hotness may actually kill me.
“It is such a good idea—until it’s a bad idea,” [Timberlake] says.
Kunis certainly agrees. “Ultimately, it ends when someone wants to go and get serious with somebody. More times than not, a person catches feelings and somebody gets hurt,” she says. “When a female orgasms, a hormone gets released. I’ve never met a girl who can have sex without an ounce of feeling.”
Interrupting his costar, Timberlake asks: “Is that just a woman convincing herself so she feels like it’s okay to have sex with someone?”
“Fifty-fifty,” Kunis, 27, says.
I take serious issue with Kunis’s statement (the hormone is oxytocin, by the way, and it isn’t only a lady thing). Did you know that, during a lady’s big O, women have no emotional feelings at all? Science! Science says to have casual sex!
If you need me, I’ll be over here, working on my dissertation.