WEIRDLAND: Blondes have more fun (with Jake Gyllenhaal?)

Sunday, December 05, 2010

Blondes have more fun (with Jake Gyllenhaal?)

Jake Gyllenhaal is a young gentleman who prefers... blondes?
His first significant flame was Kirsten Dunst:
Kirsten Dunst (holding a coke bottle) in "Non Plus One": Opening Ceremony Spring/Summer 2010 Collection Reese Witherspoon sipping a colaTaylor Swift slipping a coca-cola in London photoshoot
Taylor Swift and Jake Gyllenhaal (Romance Road Map) - US Weekly magazine, December 2010

Emma Stone and Taylor Swift at the Premiere of 'Easy A' held at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood (13.09.10)
Amber Heard and Emma Stone, co-stars in "Zombieland" (2009)
"Carpe omnes. It's not just seize the day – which is grossly overused. It's seize everything. I like that. I'll take it all." -Amber Heard
Actress Amber Heard, the beautiful young actress from Pineapple Express & Zombieland, has officially come out of the closet as a lesbian and is attending GLAAD’s 25th anniversary celebration with her partner Tasya van Ree. GLAAD Celebrates 25 Years Of LGBT Images in The Media in Los Angeles - December 3, 2010
Emma Stone showing off her new blonde color hair at "Trevor Live": An Evening Benefiting The Trevor Projecton 5th December 2010 in Hollywood. Emma Stone wears a Roksanda Ilicinic dress, shoes by Brian Atwood and a clutch by Judith Leiber.

Trevor Live is annual evening of irreverent comedy, music and awards in support of the life-saving work of The Trevor Project.
Emma has dyed her hair blonde to play Gwen Stacy in the reboot of Spider-Man opposite Andrew Garfield.
Marilyn Monroe drinks a coca-cola with Jane Russell in matching gowns by Travilla. Marilyn and Jane were co-stars in "Gentlemen prefer blondes" (1953).
Marilyn Monroe, Lauren Bacall and Betty Grable in "How to marry a millionaire" (1953)
Lauren Bacall and Marilyn Monroe attend the premiere of ‘How To Marry A Millionaire’ on November 4, 1953
Lauren Bacall (Betty Joan Perske)
Nickname: The Look

Lauren Bacall as Vivian Rutledge and Humphrey Bogart as Philip Marlowe in "The big sleep" (1946)

"It all duly happened in 1946 when Bogart's trench-coated casual masculinity crashed with devastating effect with the delectable blonde look of Lauren Bacall".
"The style element of The Big Sleep comes firstly, from the icy cool voice of the narrator and then largely from the use of language. With amazing ease, Chandler strews similes and one-liners across the pages until it begins to seem completely natural. The first blonde who enters the book is seen to have “little sharp predatory teeth, as white as fresh orange pith and as shiny as porcelain.” She is the same one whose face falls “apart like a bride's pie crust” and into whose eyes, when he brushes aside her literally naked advances, doubt creeps in “noiselessly, like a cat in long grass stalking a young blackbird.” Source:

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