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[John] Cusack is a slender, dark-haired 46-year-old, while [Rush] Limbaugh is 61, balding and portly. But Hollywood's makeup experts have probably had greater challenges.
Here's the newest TV spot from John Cusack's The Raven, in which Lloyd Dobler plays the master of macabre, Edgar Allan Poe. The film is not a biopic— rather, it follows Poe as he gets wrapped up in a murder investigation in which the murders mimic the deaths of characters from his stories. Spooky SCARY!
It's easy to see why this would happen. Many screenwriters who choose to write about high school didn't have a magical four years there and most screenwriters are male. So of course when they write a screenplay about high school, it's going to center around the nerdy guy they feel they were. And in their movie, they…
Today in Tweet Beat, everyone—from Snooki to Snoop—is putting Japan in their prayers. Do all these people actually even pray? Or is that something that they just think they should say. Also, some celebs aren't letting this kind of tweet stop them from also self-promoting.
Today in Tweet Beat, Denise Richards reacts to Kasey Jordan's interview on GMA. Plus, Billy Bush has very strong opinions about women and lipstick.
- Prince William popped the question! He asked Kate Middleton to marry him! The press can no longer call her Waity Katie!
- Last night Lindsay Lohan was blocked from entering a Victoria's Secret party at a club in L.A. "As soon as she strolled up to the door, the rope was quickly pulled in front of her," says an eyewitness.
- Sources say Michelle "Bombshell" McGee received $30,000 for her interview with In Touch about her alleged affair with Jesse James, and McGee's claim that she didn't know James was still married to Sandra Bullock is totally bogus.
- Miodrag Mejdina, the driver who accused Naomi Campbell of hitting him on Tuesday, apologized to her in a statement today and said he only reported the incident because he, "got angry and overreacted."
- Carrie Prejean admitted to making a sex tape, but there are actually eight tapes and 30 photos. Radar Online reports: "On one tape Carrie is wearing just a flowing white blouse as she touches her body in an alluring manner."
- In her book Still Standing Carrie Prejean says, "I believed then and I believe now that marriage should be a legally recognized sacrament between a man and a woman. If that makes me a bigot, so is Barack Obama."