Super couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Photo courtesy of Getty Images.
Um, right? This pic was snapped back in 2007 at the Ocean’s Thirteen Cannes premiere. Look at that body language. Look at her smile! Now, seven years later, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are married with six kids. Would you have predicted it?
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Tim Watley and Elaine Benes: The reunion (Photo courtesy of Getty)
Why was the Julia-Louis Dreyfus and Bryan Cranston kiss at the Emmys so great? It proved that anything resembling a Seinfeld reunion is cause for GIF-fuelled mania. As Dreyfus walked up to the podium to collect her Emmy for outstanding lead actress in a comedy (her fifth!), fellow Emmy winner Bryan Cranston pulled her into an impassioned make out session. The whole thing lasted about 15 seconds, but the set up for the joke started long before the “spontaneous” smooch. While presenting an award together earlier in the night, Dreyfus denied Cranston’s insistence that the two had shared a kissing scene on Seinfeld. Once the kiss was over, Julia-Louis Dreyfus got on the stage, faux-flustered, Emmy in hand, and conceded to the roaring crowd: “Yeah…yeah, he was on Seinfeld.”
The gag certainly showed the comedic chops of both actors. But I can’t help but recall another Hollywood duo that did it better. Can you guess who?
These Girls get kissy in Giambattista Valli. Photo courtesy of Getty Images.
So Girls‘ co-stars Allison Williams and Lena Dunham seemed to have a great time at the Emmys last night… But, um, both talented, lovely ladies wore Giambattista Valli… with some seriously mixed results. Williams, as per usual, looked fresh and beautiful (although, sure, not risky or exciting) and Dunham looked like a happy, crazed doll (although, sure, her makeup look and new blond hair was partly to blame.)
What is the universe trying to tell us? That no designer is foolproof, regardless of talent? That an actress’ personal style is just as critical as a big name label in the red carpet mix? Or that Dunham, god bless her, is just the kind of woman who feels more comfortable standing out—even if standing out means looking like a sad cupcake, when your talent is the size of a Marie Antoinette wedding cake.
I don’t know guys. I’m glad they had a good time, but it just kind of bummed me out.
What did you think?