Posts Tagged ‘GQ Magazine’
I literally just found quotes from her GQ article and bitch is hilarious. Super ridiculous which makes her the funniest person I know.
Get ready to work out your eyeballs with some serious eye rolling.
1) This pose. She must have a strong core to hold her stomach in like that.
Girl is UN-COM-FOR-TA-BLE! (That was more syllables than I originally thought, but just go with it)
2) Below are her quotes that I’m pulling completely out of context.
“I worked so hard during my childhood to meet this goal: By the time I was 30 years old, I could do what I want. I’ve reached that. I feel very fortunate to be in that position. But I’ve sacrificed a lot of things, and I’ve worked harder than probably anyone I know, at least in the music industry. So I just have to remind myself that I deserve it.”
Yes, Bey— you deserve it. You deserve everything. How America hasn’t murdered Oprah and crowned you Queen is beyond me.
And this is my favorite—-
“I now know that, yes, I am powerful. I’m more powerful than my mind can even digest and understand.”
WHAT?! I can’t.
Clearly Kim Kardashian styled Beyonce’s GQ cover because [they are besties-- move over Gwyneth!] there’s underboob present and a body chain. We should in fact be amazed that Kim Kardashian created time travel and went back to 1996 and purchased a body chain from Claire’s. I’m impressed.
And before we all skip lunch today let’s just agree that Beyonce’s thighs do touch and some poor intern had to stare at Bey’s crotch all day while photoshopping her legs.
Sorry, Miley. You lost.
You lost two times—1) with that haircut and 2) you chose the wrong brother
Channing Tatum is dead to me. Chris Hemsworth wins hottie on a magazine cover contest.
Rihanna is just too much. Way too much.
We get that she doesn’t care what people of the fact that she’s dating Chris Brown– the same man who punched and bit her face (how romantic!).
And now we can get, ONCE AGAIN, that she likes to be naked.
Rihanna is shockingly (said no one ever) naked on the cover of GQ.
She’s one blunt and an instagram filter away from her daily tweets.
JGL is in the new Batman movie that comes out I don’t know when, so he’s on the cover of GQ selling the shit out of that movie.
I get the impression sometimes that JGL and I would never be friends because we are so vastly different because he hates celebrity, and I write about it all day. He comes off a little pretentious and I just pretend to be in situations where there are people way cooler than me involved. See the friendship issues there?
On his teenage self: “I was a sort of serious little dude—snobby. I thought girls my age were very frustrating. They were, like, looking in their compact mirrors and sh*t, and I thought that was evil.”
He hates mirrors? I love mirrors— my face is my money maker believe it or not.
On the notion of being famous: “I really don’t like this notion that some people are more important than other people. These stories about these elevated people called ‘celebrities’ teaches you that what you have to say doesn’t matter. It’s degrading.”
There are more important people. Let’s be honest— JGL is more important than you and I. (no offense)
So you see how we would fight? But then he’s just so damn charming and looks oh so good in a suit.
Forget what I said above. We can make it work, Joseph.
Someone went to the barber shop!
Drake has a very exquisite hairline.
Right? What a haircut!
(Yes. I have nothing else to say about Drake. I just wanted to post these pictures and needed to fill up the post with some words… no matter what words. Sorry about that.)
YES! James Franco has a younger brother and his name is Dave. He’s hot. He’s on the cover of GQ for some reason and that’s what this post is about.
I say a little prayer up to Oprah at night and make a wish that Dave Franco is normal. And for world peace.
I get it Miley Cyrus… I get it.
Liam Hemsworth graces the cover of GQ Style, because he wasn’t cool enough to be on the regular GQ, but he still looks good.
I had to stop myself from posting all 17 pictures.
Don’t believe me?? Let me copy & paste some things from GQ.com for ya.
“Throughout my career, I never knew which movies of mine made money and which didn’t. When Titanic came out, people would say, ‘Do you realize what a success this is?’ And I’d say, ‘Yeah, yeah, it’s a hit.’ The [money] stuff never mattered to me until I was into my thirties and got interested in producing, and people would show me charts explaining what finances a movie, what you’ll make from foreign, what you’ll make from domestic, what you need to make an R-rated film that’s a comedy versus a drama. But even now I say that unless you want to prove that you can carry a film with your name, continuously trying to achieve box-office success is a dead end.”
“For my generation, it’s always the ’70s. That period where you felt like the hands were being dealt back in the director’s favor. The studios realized that letting them tell their stories was something the audience had a hunger for. And of course, it all went awry. [They both laugh.] Taxi Driver to me is the ultimate independent-movie performance. Playing a character like Travis Bickle is every young actor’s wet dream.”
Get ready for this conversation. It’s going to make you feel bad that you sit and read The Revolution for the past 15 minutes instead of saving the world :
GQ: [To Eastwood] You’ve described yourself as a social libertarian. What does that mean to you?
Clint Eastwood: I was an Eisenhower Republican when I started out at 21, because he promised to get us out of the Korean War. And over the years, I realized there was a Republican philosophy that I liked. And then they lost it. And libertarians had more of it. Because what I really believe is, let’s spend a little more time leaving everybody alone. These people who are making a big deal out of gay marriage? I don’t give a fuck about who wants to get married to anybody else! Why not?! We’re making a big deal out of things we shouldn’t be making a deal out of.
Leonardo Dicaprio: That’s the most infuriating thing—watching people focus on these things. Meanwhile, there’s the onset of global warming and—
Clint Eastwood: Exactly!
Leonardo Dicaprio: —and these incredibly scary and menacing things with the future of our economy. Our relationship to the rest of the world. And here we are focusing on this?
Clint Eastwood: They go on and on with all this bullshit about “sanctity”—don’t give me that sanctity crap! Just give everybody the chance to have the life they want.
Leonardo Dicaprio: It’s the great diversion. Politicians are masters at getting you to be on their side so that you don’t look at how big business—
Clint Eastwood: I love big business! [They both laugh.]
Clint Eastwood: I love big business if it hires everybody and does all the right things, and if they get off track then they’ll have to deal with whatever—
Leonardo Dicaprio: But they often do get off track, unfortunately. See, now you’ve got us in a political debate!
1) My hatred for Blake Lively is so intense. I want to go find her on Park Ave, knock her off her stilettos, and punch her.
2) I’d vote for them for President and Vice President.
Leo. I’m not gonna lie. I’ve missed your face.
And this time it’s even better because that long-legged Gossip Girl freak isn’t around. (I know I’m just judging her because of this so-called “relationship”, but have you seen The Town… I could have done a better job at her role and I don’t even like Boston)
Leonardo DiCaprio graces the cover of GQ and I really have no idea why. None of his movies come out for a while, but it may just be because he’s just too awesome NOT to put on the cover.
And if they are talking about desk job murdering you… they need some jazz for the cover and Leo’s fac eis perfect for that. So, forget about your desk job that’s apparently killing you… don’t you want to read the interview with Clint Eastwood and Leo???
On if he has any interest in directing: “Yeah, I do. And if I did direct, I would try to have the same no-bulls— approach to it as [Clint Eastwood] and his crew have. Seriously, there are no frills on his set. It’s a small, tight-knit crew.”
On which movie he’s proud of: “The Aviator. I’d wanted to play Howard Hughes for 10 years and was around for multiple rewrites. Michael Mann was on it at one point. And finally [Martin] Scorsese got involved. I was very proud of that movie. It was the first film where I felt inherently like a partner.”
Okay. Well, excerpts from that interview weren’t as exciting as I imagined… let’s just look at another picture.
Oh and by the way, I don’t know if you guys know this but they are releasing Titanic in 3D next April for its anniversary. SIGN ME UP!!!