WEIRDLAND: April 2011

Saturday, April 30, 2011

Lindsay Lohan in Blank magazine, May 2011

Lindsay Lohan in Blank magazine, May 2011

"Lindsay Lohan's new job in Los Angeles' Skid Row area will involve helping down-and-out women get back on their feet, which should be "a life changing experience" for the actress, the head of the Downtown Women's Center said.
Working with the center's theater group is "one of the many possible projects", but Lohan could also serve meals, sort donations or help case managers find homes and health care for women, a spokesman said. "We are working on outlining a schedule and meeting community service requirements at this point," center spokesman Patrick Shandrick said Thursday". Source:

Charlie Sheen (Old time rock and roll) video

Charlie Sheen video with pictures and stills from his movies: Platoon, Wall Street, The Chase, Scary Movie 3, Two and a half Men, his Torpedo show etc.

Song "Old time rock and roll" live by Bob Seger

Jesse Eisenberg in "30 Minutes Or Less" - Official Trailer

Plot: Two fledgling criminals kidnap a pizza delivery driver and force him to rob a bank within 30 minutes.

Cast: Jesse Eisenberg, Danny McBride, Nick Swardson
Directors: Ruben Fleischer
Writer: Michael Diliberti, Michael Diliberti
Studio: Sony Pictures
Release Date: 12 August 2011
Genre: Adventure | Comedy

"Given Eisenberg's neurotic candour, it comes as something less than an enormous shock to learn that one of his next roles Рafter the crime caper 30 Minutes Or Less, due for US release this summer Рis rumoured to be in Woody Allen's next movie, alongside Ellen Page, Alec Baldwin and Pen̩lope Cruz. "The way he makes movies is so secretive, I'm not sure what the official status of that is," Eisenberg says. "But, yes, I am aware of it." Speaking of Page, the star of Juno, it turns out there is at least one identifiable upside to Eisenberg's new-found profile: he doesn't get mistaken for Michael Cera so much as he once did. "I guess, you know, I was in something that became part of the popular consciousness. So now," he adds, gnomically, "people mistake me for myself."
He is, he insists, less anxious than he once was. "I know some amazing actors who are not mortified every moment of the day," he says, hopefully, "so my feeling is that maybe you don't have to be a wreck to be good." But does he ever worry that successful therapy, or just growing older, might cause his anxieties to subside to such a point that he's no longer a virtuoso of on-screen awkwardness, too serene and comfortable with himself to portray discomfort and isolation so well? A flicker of a grin: "My therapist says I'm never going to get to that point, so I don't think it's going to be a problem." Source:

Jake Gyllenhaal: Best Dressed Man of the Month

A perfectly tailored sport coat balances out indigo straight leg denim and a pair of nicely worn-in work boots.

In the midst of a globetrotting press junket, or a simple weekend getaway, classics like gray knits and blue jeans have a worldwide versatility.

Filson's take on the Levi's trucker jacket means business; regardless if that involves getting your hands dirty or not.

Chambray and denim fit nicely together when of vastly contrasting tones, as displayed here.

Jake Gyllenhaal attending a screening of "Source Code" hosted by The Cinema Society & Coach: Near-perfect tailoring and a irreverent disregard for neckwear can even make a pairing like midnight blue and black work.

"While it’s hard to blame someone for not dressing to the nines for Access Hollywood at the crack of dawn, we certainly admire those who do. This month’s honoree, Jake Gyllenhaal, got up early and showed that classic American work wear and impeccable tailoring–paired together or separate–are essential elements of a wardrobe subject to carry-ons, overhead compartments, and cramped hotel closets". Source:

Jake Gyllenhaal and Winston Marshall (Mumford & Sons) at the 2011 New Orleans Jazz

Jake Gyllenhaal and Winston Marshall (Mumford & Sons) while watching The Avett Brothers playing at the 2011 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival Day 1

Ben Lovett (Mumford & Sons) and Jake Gyllenhaal visiting the Memphis Farmers Market on 30th April 2011

Happy 29th Birthday to Kirsten Dunst!

Kirsten Dunst as Claudia in "Interview with the Vampire" (1994)
Kirsten Dunst as Christy Fimple in "Small Soldiers" (1998)
Kirsten Dunst as Lux Lisbon in "The Virgin Suicides" (1999)
Kirsten Dunst as Amber Atkins in "Drop Dead Gorgeous" (1999)
Kirsten Dunst as Torrance Shipman in "Bring it on" (2000)
Kirsten Dunst as Silly in "Deeply" (2000)
Kirsten Dunst as Marion Davis in "The Cat's Meow" (2001)
Kirsten Dunst as Marie Antoinette in "Marie Antoinette" (2006)
Still of Kirsten Dunst and Ryan Gosling in All Good Things

Happy 29th Birthday to the lovely Kirsten Dunst!