Meryl Streep And Amy Adams Attend “Julie & Julia” Premiere

Academy Award winner Meryl Streep and Academy Award nominee Amy Adams attended the premiere of their new film “Julie & Julia” last night looking breathtaking at the Mann Village Theater.

Meryl looked lovely in her red dress, accented by a black cardigan and black heels, while Amy looked gorgeous in her sleeveless white dress and tan pumps.  This isn’t the first time the two have co-starred in a film together; the well-respected duo worked together in last year’s excellent film “Doubt” which in return, nabbed them both Oscar nods.

Maybe history will repeat itself this year?

Seriously, if anyone deserves another Oscar, it’s Meryl.  The woman is fierce.

“Julie & Julia” hits theaters August 7th and there are more pictures from the premiere after the jump.


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Robert Pattinson Offers Dating Advice

When not being attacked by fans (see above), Robert Pattinson does a few interviews here and there.  On one of these said interviews, Rob was asked to give some dating advice to the readers.  Rob responded with the phrase, “Treat ‘em mean, keep ‘em keen” and went on to elaborate saying, “It’s weird, but girls always seem like that.  Being a guy, you always just look at girls and think: ‘Why are you with that guy?’ With virtually anyone, the nice guys always seem to come last.”

Rob continued, “You always get weirdos like Edward who seem to attract women for some reason.  If Edward wasn’t a fictional character and you met him in reality, he is like one of those guys who would probably be an axe murderer or something.”

HA!  He called Edward weird and said he’d probably be an axe murderer in real life.

Fangirls, respond?

More pictures of Rob getting mauled by some fan while trying to escape to his plane after the jump.

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Miley Cyrus’s New Song Leaks

Um, autotune much?

And what is up with the Jay-Z name drop that has absolutely nothing to do with the song?!?! Oh, Miley.

According to this song comes from Miley’s forthcoming EP “Voyage To India.”  I have no idea what that title is referring to but whatever.

What does everyone think of this masterpiece?