U.K. rag The Sun — OK, not the most reliable source — is reporting that Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson have reunited, and yes, it feels so good.
Their love is timeless, they can’t live without each other and she has probably run out of his old T-shirts to be seen around town in. Never mind that there are no sources cited in the story, nor has either actor said as much to the press.
The only “official” thing Stewart has said is that the two were “going to be fine,” but she seemed to be referring to the fact that they’re working together again on the upcoming “Twilight” film. Let’s just hope the director is a woman.
Despite being gay himself, Rupert Everett really ruffled feathers by saying to Britain’s Sunday Times, “I can’t think of anything worse than being brought up by two gay dads.”
The backlash has been swift and sharp, despite the apparent offhandedness of the remark, which really seemed more of a joke than an indictment. Then again, he did add, “Some people might not agree with that. Fine! That’s just my opinion.” Hmmm. So maybe he wasn’t kidding?
He says he is not a member of the “gay community,” and he likes it that way. We’re thinking that the gay community agrees.
Local legend Neil Young seems to get what most other musicians over 40 do not. “I look at Internet as the new radio,” he told the audience at a recent music conference. “Piracy is the new radio. That’s how music gets around.”
Young is echoing what other theorists have claimed, that piracy actually builds business instead of destroying it.
Of course, it’s easier for someone like Young to go there, since he already made a fortune from his work before the Internet revolution.
Come to think of it, so did Metallica, who are on the opposite end of the file-sharing spectrum, and have publicly decried the practice.
Face it, dudes, he is just, um, Young-er and hipper than you.