Archive by Author

Justin Bieber Fans Skip Prom for him.

4 Jun

His fans say ‘he’s so amazing he’s worth the 17 hour drive.

See more fan comments?


Copied Post:Kristen Stewart apologizes for rape statement

4 Jun

LOS ANGELES — “Twilight Saga” star Kristen Stewart is apologizing for comments she made in Britain’s ELLE magazine which have left some people outraged.

“I really made an enormous mistake — clearly and obviously,” Kristen told People. “And I’m really sorry about my choice of words.”

Video: Cast dishes on ‘Eclipse’

The actress previously compared her life in the Hollywood spotlight and the constant hounding by the paparazzi to a sexual assault, telling Britain’s ELLE magazine in its July issue, “The photos are so … I feel like I’m looking at someone being raped. A lot of the time I can’t handle it. I never expected that this would be my life.”

“I’ve made stupid remarks before, and I’ve always reasoned: ‘Whatever. They can think what they want,’” she explained to People. “Violated definitely would have been a better way of expressing the thought.”

Video: The women of ‘Twilight’

The 20-year-old star said her regretful comments have torn her apart.

“People thinking that I’m insensitive about this subject rips my guts out. I made a big mistake,” she added.

On Wednesday, Harriet Lessel, the executive director of the New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault, told Radar Online, “Clearly that kind of violation is not the same as rape… it’s just not the same… understand that Kristen Stewart was expressing that she feels violated. Sure violation is a form of sexual assault, but it’s the most serious and the most personal. It’s clearly a poor choice of words.”

Photo gallery: Hot shots from ‘Eclipse’

Hairspray 2: Who’s excited?

2 Jun

(I got this from

Lady Gaga’s Alejandro sneakpeak!

2 Jun

Watch it here!

Memorial Day

31 May

I hope everyone had I great memorial day and remembered the real purpose of it rather than thinking of it as just a day off.


Dakota Fanning: Hollywood vs Highschool

31 May

She may have started out a child actress, but Dakota Fanning hasn’t given up one quintessential part of her teenage years: the prom.

Dakota attends a school in L.A where she is a Varsity cheerleader. She calls herself lucky to be able to go to a Hollywood school without being treated differently.

“I’ve been able to have a really great experience and it’s almost over. I can’t believe it!” she says.

Dennis Hopper Dies at 74

30 May

Dennis Hopper, whose pot-addled Billy in Easy Rider and psychopathic Frank Booth inBlue Velvet helped put the icon in iconoclastic, has died after a decade-long battle with prostate cancer. He was 74.

Taken ill with flu-like symptomslast September, Hopper later said he was suffering with prostate cancer.

Born in Dodge City, Kansas – his father, Jay Hopper, reputedly was an intelligence officer in the pre-CIA Office of Strategic Services, which explained his son’s peripatetic American upbringing – Hopper was 19 when he was cast in his very first movie opposite none other than James Dean: 1955’s Rebel Without a Cause. Hopper played a character named “Goon.”

Lee Wins Idol!

27 May

I am sure most of you know by Now but Lee won american Idol.

Many said crystals should have won and here at Lili Lately we have predictions why she didn’t.

  1. Crystal is a young single mom

  2. Crystal has an arrogant personality

  3. She has dread locks and bad teeth

  4. Idol wanted publicity and to gain viewers

Lee won because he has a rockstar look, the competition was built for people like him, he isn’t perfect, and has a radio friendly voice.

I personally love Lee but do you think American got it right or is Idol fixed?

-Ash and Kat


27 May

Lili lately is going to be undergoing some huge changes today!

Pages will be deleted new ones will come soon I promise!

‘Shrek Forever After’: The reviews are in!

22 May

The summer-movie season is a bastion of review-proof franchise flicks. First “Iron Man 2,” and soon “Toy Story 3” and “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” — all these films and more were essentially guaranteed mega-box-office openings as soon as they got a green light.

Of course, that hasn’t stopped critics from weighing in with opinions, positive and negative. Such is the case with “Shrek Forever After,” the fourth and final installment of the green-ogre franchise. Hype it or slam it, the 3-D animated kids’ movie might well pass the $100 million threshold during its opening weekend (which kicked off on Friday, May 21). Nonetheless, parents and their little ones want to know the bottom line: Does “Forever After” live up to the bar set by the previous installments?

Absolutely, argues Michael O’Sullivan in The Washington Post. “Believe it or not, there’s life in the old boy yet,” he wrote. “After a disappointing third outing, this ‘Shrek’ brings the cycle of fairy-tale-themed films to a fine finish.”

The story finds Shrek in an “It’s a Wonderful Life”-style alternate reality in which he was never born, and thus has no friends or family, no enduring connections, no source of happiness. It’s a sort of series reboot for “Shrek,” and not everyone is convinced the narrative switcheroo breathes new life into the franchise. “Though ‘Shrek Forever After’ has some clever lines — notably more than in the third movie — the pop-culture references and joyous spirit have been replaced by spurts of slapstick and contrived mania,” said Claudia Puig of USA Today.

Opinions, no doubt, are split on “Shrek.” But what everyone can agree on is that it looks visually stunning. “One of the nicest surprises of ‘Forever After’ is the near perfect marriage it achieves between the animation artistry, which is exceptional here, and the 3-D technology,” Betsy Sharkey wrote in the Los Angeles Times. “Don’t get me wrong, the effects are snazzy enough, and all sorts of things race off the screen. But they don’t out-dazzle everything else, which is how it should be in my book, though some may wish for more wow.”

So, how do stars Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz, Eddie Murphy and Antonio Banderas fair? Quite well, according to Mary Elizabeth Williams “While Shrek himself, once again deftly voiced by the better-heard-and-not-seen Mike Myers, wrestles angst with aplomb, it’s Fiona (Cameron Diaz) who emerges as the true hero of this installment,” she wrote. “Diaz, a vastly underrated actress, has a natural affinity for the complexity of Fiona and gives her character both a warm maternal spark and a flinty protective shell. … Bringing up the comic relief rear are Antonio Banderas as a now pampered, out-of-shape Puss in Boots and Eddie Murphy as the perpetually slow on the uptake Donkey, amazed that he’s a dragon’s babydaddy in an alternative reality.”

The final word goes to Rene Rodriguez of the Miami Herald: “The movie is big-hearted and peppered with juicy throwaway bits: I liked the way the Gingerbread Man had to turn around one of the Three Blind Mice, who was cheering in the wrong direction, or the line by the ogre cook (Craig Robinson) about the need for a chimichanga stand on the battlefield, because everyone’s going to be starving after waging war. ‘Shrek Forever After’ isn’t essential, but it’s breezy and likable and doesn’t overstay its welcome — the first summer movie thus far to deliver on its promise to put on a good show.”