Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Brokeback Murder Spree
By PopCultureWhore

Here's a pic from Jake Gyllenhaal's upcoming movie, Zodiac. He stars as a cartoonist who penned two books about the mysterious serial killer dubbed the Zodiac. It appears that he has not changed wardrobes from his Brokeback days, however. Robert Downey Jr. is rocking the 70's glam and is that Justin trying to bring sexy back in the copy room with a junior editor? Perhaps. Ok, he's not actually in this movie, but he is going on tour with Pink -- who has been quite vocal in her distaste for JT's ex Britney (despite Britney saying she loved Pink on her TV series, Chaotic). He hits NYC in February, but I haven't decided if I'll ante up to see him for a fifth time!

Your World in Pictures
By PopCultureWhore

Aww, Violet Affleck ...

Ben probably hopes she's not the next Dita Von Teese (aka, Mrs. Marilyn Manson)

... or BFF with Lola and Sam Sheen, who will likely be Paris and Nicky redux in 2026.

... or go to grandma Ritchie's bag lady emporium for her togs.

Speaking of Manson, did Maggie dump Peter for the serial killer?
Step Right Up
By PopCultureWhore

Christina Aguilera goes to the Carnival with her stylish video for "Hurt."
David Ritchie Makes His Appearance
By PopCultureWhore

Madge confirms that she and hubby Guy Ritchie are adopting a one-year-old boy from Africa. She denied taking the baby from its father in a statement. Madonna Ritchie?

My husband and I began the adoption process many months prior to our trip to Malawi. I did not wish to disclose my intentions to the world prior to the adoption happening as this is a private family matter.

After learning that there were over one million orphans in Malawi, it was my wish to open up our home and help one child escape an extreme life of hardship, poverty and in many cases death, as well as expand our family.

Nevertheless, we have gone about the adoption procedure according to the law like anyone else who adopts a child. Reports to the contrary are totally inaccurate. The procedure includes an 18-month evaluation period after which time we hope to make this adoption permanent.

This was not a decision or commitment that my family or I take lightly.

I am overwhelmed and inspired by my trip to Malawi and hope that it helps bring attention to how much more the world needs to do to help the children of Africa.

My heartfelt thanks for all the good wishes I have received and I hope the press will allow my family some room for us to experience the joy we feel to have David home.

Madonna Ritchie
October 17, 2006
London, England