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By admin April 22, 2012 0 Comments

Walking Floyd in Los Angeles (April 22nd, 2012)

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Miley Cyrus is frequently the target of not-so-positive press, although there is no denying that she’s partially the instigator. From provocative Twitter posts and photos to revealing, skin-baring and sometimes downright silly outfits, she certainly attracts attention, even if it’s not always of the most glowing kind. Lately, she’s even been catching some heat about her romance with and possible future engagement to boyfriend Liam Hemsworth, with his own brother more or less booing their relationship. But BFF Kelly Osbourne, who rather ironically stars on E!’s Fashion Police, isn’t giving her bestie any citations. In fact, she recently handed out quite the compliment.

“I love Miley. We had so much fun [filming So Undercover]. Miley is one of the most well-rounded girls in Hollywood,” Osbourne, 27, said to Celebuzz at Kreiss furniture’s 75th anniversary party in Los Angeles.

There’s no denying that Miley Cyrus has the singer-actress thing down similar to other starlets like Selena Gomez. The “Party in the USA” songstress has transitioned easily from her concert stage time to the small screen as Disney dream girl Hannah Montana to the big screen in more grown-up roles, such as her part in LOL. She’s definitely now a far cry from those Hannah days, especially when she steps out in sheer and/or undergarment-free ensembles!

Speaking of, Kelly Osbourne was probably not referring to Miley Cyrus’ wardrobe when speaking to Celebuzz of her “well-rounded” background. But Cyrus’ closet has to be one of the most eclectic and comprehensive in Hollywood, too. Much like she crosses between singing and acting in her entertainment career, she just as easily traverses style lines. One day Cyrus may shock with an exhibitionist-like display of skin, while the next she may cover up in boho-chic, hippie layers, and still the next she’s rocking the red carpet with Liam Hemsworth on her arm and the ultimate glamour-goddess gown on her body.

Well-rounded, indeed!

Source: Gather.com

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If you’re looking for somebody to start a feud between Miley Cyrus and Jennifer Lawrence—well, sure, why not?

It’s all Lawrence’s fault. Let the Twitter war commence.

So yes, Cyrus’s new movie with Demi Moore, LOL, is clearly being buried by Lionsgate. And blaming the studio’s megahit The Hunger Games may not be all that off base:

Back in 2010, Cyrus shot LOL, a teen-relationship-type flick with Moore. It’s based on a 2008 French hit by the same name. When Lionsgate agreed to distribute the $11 million project, then-production president Allie Shearmur issued a royal welcome, calling LOL “the kind of smart, fresh and accessible comedy that…is a great fit for Lionsgate’s release slate.”

Cut to today, when, according to reports, Lionsgate is doing no publicity for LOL and plans to release it May 4 in only seven cities. If that date sounds familiar, it should: It’s also the opening weekend for Avengers.

So why the sudden assault on Cyrus’s movie?

According to the Los Angeles Times, Lionsgate may have worried about how to sell the flick. Yes, it has Cyrus as a selling point. But that’s about all it apparently has.

“It lacks the obvious marketing hook of high-profile films like Hunger Games and the upcoming adaptation of the bestselling pregnancy book What to Expect When You’re Expecting,” the paper noted today.

And speaking of Hunger Games: LOL’s director, Lisa Azuelos, hints to the Times that the blockbuster may have had some role sinking her movie. Azuelos said she was told by suits that they couldn’t give LOL any love until after Games debuted.

“They couldn’t take care of my movie, and I waited in line,” the director is quoted as saying.

Lionsgate spokespeople declined to comment for this story.

Perhaps the studio expects all of its films to be based on mega-best-sellers from now on? (Lionsgate also recently merged with Summit, the studio behind the Twilight series, so that’s another superfranchise the company is overseeing.)

But here’s another factor to consider:

According to the latest Davie Brown Index, which measures celebrity popularity, Cyrus’ appeal score reached a high point of 66 in 2008. That number has since dipped by six points.

That isn’t to say that Cyrus’s career is over; far from it. A score of 60 is still considered decent, if not amazing, and Cyrus’s next project, the action comedy So Undercover, debuts in June.

Source: eonline.com

By Elaine April 20, 2012 0 Comments

@devonleecarlson thank you soooo much for @leesaamarie & my phone case! So nice meeting you & your mama today! :)

By Elaine April 20, 2012 0 Comments

At Polacheck’s Jewelers in Calabasas (April 19th, 2012)

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I love waking up next to this boy :)

By admin April 19, 2012 0 Comments

“LOL” was supposed to represent a big step for Miley Cyrus’ movie career as she attempts to mature beyond her saccharine sweet image as Disney’s Hannah Montana. Instead, it has turned into a tough lesson about how quickly a Hollywood studio can fall out of love with a movie.

An English-language adaptation of the hit 2008 French film of the same name, “LOL” is about teen romance in the age of texting and social media. The picture’s sophisticated tone is set in one of its first scenes when Cyrus takes a shower while her mother, played by Demi Moore, takes a bath in the same room. The two have a frank talk about sexuality after Moore’s character notices that her naked daughter has had a Brazilian wax.

“I really thought this movie could be universal,” filmmaker Lisa Azuelos, who wrote and directed the American and French versions of the films, said in a telephone interview from Morocco. “Usually teen movies are tender or scary or have vampires in them, but they’re never realistic. This story isn’t too dirty and not too stupid.”

The Cyrus movie was made in 2010 and produced by Mandate Pictures for about $11 million, with money raised primarily from sales to foreign distributors. Lionsgate, Mandate’s parent company, acquired domestic distribution rights for several million dollars. In a statement released at the time, Lionsgate’s then-production president, Allie Shearmur, described it as “the kind of smart, fresh and accessible comedy that … is a great fit for Lionsgate’s release slate.”

But executives at the studio soon lost their enthusiasm for the picture, according to people with knowledge of the situation who were not authorized to speak publicly about it. With Lionsgate focused on several higher-profile projects, including last year’s flops “Abduction” and “Conan the Barbarian” and March’s mega-hit “The Hunger Games,” “LOL” never got a spot on the release calendar.

Lionsgate executives were not confident that they could successfully sell the picture, which centers on Cyrus’ character, named Lola, but features a series of interwoven tales involving teenagers. It lacks the obvious marketing hook of high-profile films like “Hunger Games” and the upcoming adaptation of the bestselling pregnancy book “What to Expect When You’re Expecting.”

Azuelos said she was told by Lionsgate executives that they couldn’t give “LOL” the proper attention until after “Hunger Games.” “They couldn’t take care of my movie, and I waited in line,” the director said, sounding frustrated.

In fact, “LOL” would likely have gone direct to DVD, the knowledgeable people said, but Mandate’s contracts with foreign distributors contained a provision that the movie must be shown domestically in at least 100 theaters. As a result, the studio has very quietly decided to release “LOL” in seven cities on May 4, the same day as the sure-to-be blockbuster “Avengers,” which is expected to open to more than $100 million.

Lionsgate set the May 4 date recently without making any formal announcement and has apparently planned to do no publicity.

In a sign of how low a priority “LOL” is at Lionsgate, its marketing is being handled by the studio’s home entertainment division, not its theatrical marketing team, which typically oversees any release going to theaters.

A studio spokeswoman said that Cyrus was not available to discuss “LOL” due to her schedule. On her Twitter page, the actress has within the last weeks written about spending her time obsessively watching the television show “Prison Break,” eating walnuts, and walking her dog. This week, she also thanked her fans for promoting “LOL.”

“LOL” marks the first PG-13 film for Cyrus, 19, who has previously found some success in more kid-friendly fare. A documentary following the pop star on her Hannah Montana concert tour grossed a solid $65.3 million in 2008, and “Hannah Montana: The Movie” performed even better the next year, collecting $79.6 million. Even 2010’s tear-jerker “The Last Song,” based on a Nicholas Sparks novel, generated a respectable $63 million.

This summer, Cyrus will appear in The Weinstein Co.’s “So Undercover” as a private eye investigating a college sorority house.

“LOL” is certainly not the first movie to linger on a studio’s shelves before getting a less-than-enthusiastic release. Paramount Pictures’ Eddie Murphy comedy “A Thousand Words” was shot in 2008 and only hit theaters this past March with a relatively small marketing campaign and very little support from its star.

Despite the lack of attention Lionsgate is giving the movie, the team behind “LOL” reserved hope that it will overcome the odds.

“It’s a mother-daughter story that’s really fresh and could find an audience,” said producer Michael Shamberg.

“Your country is so big, so I’m very flattered the movie is being released,” added Azuelos, who with “LOL” makes her American debut. “I wish it would be a national release. And I’m still hopeful that in those seven cities it’s going to be big and grow and grow.”

Source: latimesblogs.latimes.com

By Elaine April 18, 2012 0 Comments

Driving Home from the Hospital (April 17th, 2012)

By admin April 17, 2012 0 Comments

love my new Versace sunnies :)

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By Elaine April 17, 2012 0 Comments

Leaving Pilates Class in West Hollywood (April 16th, 2012)