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How Did Bravo Get These Movie Stars To Star In Their New Hair Styling Reality Show?

24 Responses to “How Did Bravo Get These Movie Stars To Star In Their New Hair Styling Reality Show?”

  1. SamLowry says:

    I’m guessing there was some Photoshopping in this because that guy on the left has a reaaally tall cranium.

  2. JS Partisan says:

    The photoshop used in this poster is so freaking scary, that it’s hilarious they put it out.

  3. LexG says:

    LOOK AT HER.

  4. LexG says:

    I have a great joke that Poland is GUARANTEED to delete.

    About that not being what I’d want to blow on her tits.

    ZING. Can I get a HEY-OOOOO on that one, JS?

  5. SamLowry says:

    Dandelions?

  6. waterbucket says:

    MTV: We heard that Justin Bieber wants to do a FEAR remake. How does that sit with you?

    Reese Witherspoon: Great, that’d be cool. Would he be playing me or is he playing Mark Wahlberg??

    — Reese Witherspoon 1, Justin Bieber 0

  7. Edward Wilson says:

    Jules and Jim for the millennials…

  8. anghus says:

    I was curious until I saw this

    DIRECTED BY MCG.

    That’s a pass.

  9. Krillian says:

    Really hoping Reese says “You’re either in, or you’re out” at some point.

  10. Edward says:

    Must be nice for Reese to be lusted after by two younger men…

  11. LexG says:

    Fucking Poland deleted my awesome joke, just as I said he would.

  12. yancyskancy says:

    Edward: Technically you’re right, but she’s only older than Hardy by about a year and half; three years older than Pratt. Not exactly May/December.

    Lex, I still see your joke up there, unless you’re referring to another one.

    I had never seen Tom Hardy smile until I saw an ad for that series THE TAKE that was running on Starz recently. I thought that one giant tooth of his was a make-up choice for that character, but I think I spotted it again in the trailer for THIS MEANS WAR. Anyone else notice this before? (I haven’t seen BRONSON, TINKER TAILOR or much else; don’t recall noticing in INCEPTION).

  13. LexG says:

    Pine is starting to look like his old man from CHIPS.

    Did that guy have Chris P when he was like 60? I remember Pine Sr being like 70 on CHIPS 30-plus years ago, but Chris was born in 1980.

  14. Paul D/Stella says:

    Jesus H Pine’s head is like 3 feet long.

  15. David Poland says:

    I haven’t deleted anything, Lex.

    And the only work I did on the photo was to add the blow dryers. Chris Pine’s head is not my doing.

  16. Paul D/Stella says:

    I didn’t think it was DP. That is one massive melon.

  17. JS Partisan says:

    Lex, fuck yeah, you get a HIYOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO for that joke. Tremendous sir. Tremendous.

  18. Krillian says:

    Hey, Lex, Robert Pine was younger than you when he started on CHiPS.

    Step away from the ledge.

  19. Gus says:

    I came here to say LOOK AT HER. Lex rightly beat me to it. Still:

    LOOK AT HER.

    Best Reese look in YEARS. BOW.

  20. cadavra says:

    You wanna talk foreheads, how about Elizabeth Reaser? Girlfriend looks like she’s from Metaluna.

  21. yancyskancy says:

    Metaluna — Is that where Christina Ricci is queen?

  22. Joe Straatmann says:

    “What size skulldome do you wear?”

  23. Rebecca Wang says:

    for real? I must admit, Reese looks fabulous!

  24. SamLowry says:

    Wait, so you’re all suggesting it’s Reese Witherspoon in that picture? Because this seems fashion-related, I just assumed it was Claudia Schiffer.

    If that really is Reese, then she’s pulled a Jennifer Grey, to toss in another Bueller reference, by subjecting herself to such startling alteration that she’s unrecognizable.

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