ROLL CALL: Jake Gyllenhaal Immortalized In Plastic
First Published: September 25, 2009 1:23 PM EDT Credit: LEGO
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Jake Gyllenhaal’s Hard Body: Sure, tons of celebs have wax figures, but only a few can say they’ve been turned into a LEGO! Jake Gyllenhaal gets the LEGO treatment for his upcoming 2010 blockbuster, “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time.” The movie hits theaters on May 28, 2010 and little plastic versions of Jake hit shelves in April. Let’s hope Jake can live up to the honor of getting the LEGO treatment.
Marilyn Manson – Swine Flu Pimp: It appears Marilyn Manson wants all of Ottawa to join his swine flu party. According to TMZ, the night before he announced he was suffering from the swine flu, the rocker blew loads of snot on stage during a performance in Ottawa, Canada – just a few feet away from a crowd of people! OK, we get that you’re all shock rocker cool Marilyn, but that’s just nasty and unsanitary. Get a Kleenex already! See Marilyn’s snot rocket, HERE… if you dare!
You Look Just Like Lady Who Used To Be Married To Tom Cruise: Hey Nicole Kidman, we hear you look like Nicole Kidman. According to The New York Post’s Page Six, Earlier this week, a redhead was ordering coffee at a NYC Starbucks when the cashier said to her, “You know who you look like — that lady who used to be married to Tom Cruise. What’s her name?” The barista then suggested, “Nicole Kidman?” The cashier then reportedly said, “That’s it, you look just like Nicole Kidman: tall, the blue eyes, the hair . . . anyone ever tell you that?” The woman in question – who was reportedly very annoyed with the whole interaction – then quietly told the cashier her order in an Australian accent. We’re assuming Nicole, will be getting her morning perk at Dean & Deluca from now on.
More Mistaken Identity: Hey Audrina, did you mistake a roll of Christmas wrapping paper for a dress again? Silly starlet, its only September! XOXO, Roll Call!
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