I know what you're thinking. Those are some very life-like wax replicas of Ashley Greene, Emma Stone, and Frieda Pinto, huh? But actually, there are real people in that photograph! I don't know, I guess there was a Glamour Magazine dinner last night, and everything was kind of weird. Up was down, dogs hung out with cats, Ashley Greene was cold and stand-offish. Marc Malkin is very put out about whatever happened to him. "ashley greene not very talkative w/the press tonight and her publicist was not very--how shall i put it?--personable. whatever," he tweeted. I like the "whatever." Then, "Emma stone, Jessica chastain, frieda pinto and Emma Roberts, on the other hand, were all super nice and gracious." First of all, don't you feel like paid writers should have to capitalize correctly or at least standardize somehow? Second of all: the fuck? Third of all: have you ever noticed how Emma Stone and Rashida Jones have the same voice? It's super creepy once you notice; I watched Easy A yesterday. It was okay.
One person tweeted at Malkin thusly: "Maybe she wAs super wore out? Give a person a break that just did how many movies in a row? Gosh lol." Okay, well, I don't actually think making movies is super-exhausting, but fine, maybe that's true. Malkin replies: "the party was celebrating her glamour cover. Not the time to be tired. :-)." There was probably plenty of coke, in other words, yes? I don't know, I'm still new at translating this stuff. Later he said "it was a small chic party w/select press. Believe me, I know when talent has justifiable reason not to talk to press." What does the first sentence have to do with the second sentence? Whenever I look at this shit I come away with way more questions than answers, but one thing is for sure, Marc Malkin is weirdly entitled.