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You Know What, I’m Going To Say It: I Don’t Think Johnny Depp Is Good Looking

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on January 20, 2010 by melsanie

Johnny Depp is on the cover of this month’s GQ and I mean, sure he’s cute, and I’m not saying I have the greatest choices in guys, but I just don’t get. I have two main qualms:

1. Related to the previous post about facial hair (shiver), JD always has a weird goatee going on.  To some this might be cute but to me, it’s just…dirty. You’re not Jack Sparrow anymore.

2.  STOP STEALING TITLES AWAY FROM PEOPLE WHO DESERVE THEM MORE.  Granted, these are titles that don’t really matter, but still. Sexiest man? No, Johnny Depp. I don’t think so. Ryan Reynolds? Yum. Robert Pattinson? HELL YES. Most Stylish Man? I don’t think so, Johnny Depp. Joshua Jackson? You bet (Thank you Diane Kruger). Daniel Craig? Sexy and stylish.

So, there you have it. Ladies who love him? He’s all yours.

[Editor’s note: Props for staying out of the spotlight and dating a hot French woman. I may not think you’re hot, but I respect you, so there’s that.]

3:30am Review of “New Moon”

Posted in adventures in life, crappy reviews, Movies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on November 20, 2009 by melsanie

I just saw a midnight screening of New Moon. Yeah. I was one of those girls. One of the many.  Over 2500 screens were sold out tonight. So there. Anyway. Here’s a quick and honest opinion of what I thought of the movie and experience. Continue reading

Daily Crush

Posted in daily crush, objectifying guys and i'm ok with it with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 2, 2009 by melsanie

This is from the Vanity Fair shoot for the December issue.  All of the pictures are just perfect: slight preppiness, scruff, disheveled hair, being British…Swoon.  Normally I don’t do a detailed daily crush post, but since Vanity Fair shot these, they’re really great–the coloring, lighting, angles, SUBJECT, etc.  Ok, I sound like a creeper.  Whatever. It happens. The rest are after the jump.  Enjoy.

Robert Pattinson – Vanity Fair Pictures [ROBsessed] Continue reading

Ok, Fine Dakota. We Get It. You’re Popular.

Posted in famous people, so cute i could die with tags , , , , , , , on November 2, 2009 by melsanie

Dakota Fanning: award winning actress in multi-million dollar movies, cheerleader, homecoming queen, once an awkward looking child but is now really cute and is in a movie with Robert Pattinson.  If she didn’t seem like such a normal girl in a town full of crazies I would hate her so much.  So instead, I’m just super jealous.

Dakota Fanning Crowned Homecoming Queen [Just Jared]

Daily Crush

Posted in accents, objectifying guys and i'm ok with it with tags , , , , , , on August 5, 2009 by melsanie


Searching for Bobby Pattinson

Posted in adventures in life, celebrities, inapropriately long posts, New York City, Uncategorized, work adventures with tags , , , , , , , on June 15, 2009 by melsanie
that smile

he's smiling at me

So today I kind of stumbled upon a jackpot.  And if by stumble I mean plotted and by jackpot I mean a tween heartthrob.  I’m not even sure why I’m kind of obsessed with Robert Pattinson because he seems a little too hipster to by my type and yet…the infatuation ensues.

I heard from various interweb gossip sites that RPattz (the name that Seth and Eva affectionately gave him) was filming at NYU.  Annie, my co-worker who also adores the film star, and I decided to head over there during our lunch hour to possibly catch a glimpse of the guy who plays a sparkly vampire.

We eventually find our way to the crowds (about 20 or so girls, gays and old people who wanted to know what the fuss was all about) and with the help of the other fans, we spotted Him.  I mean, it is hard to miss that tall, gangly, perfectly/messily coiffed hair, clad in plaid, smoking a cigarette, chiseled jawbone, gorgeousness of a guy.

gaggle of girls

the other girls that decided to spend their lunch hours stalking rpattz

Annie and I got there at a good time because there weren’t any screaming tweens.  I mean, sure there were a bunch of girls taking pictures, but no one was yelling, fainting or crying. For the most part, it was pretty calm.  I guess later more kids showed up and started freaking out to the point that he had to dash into his trailer.  Yeah.  People are weird.

so far away

if you squint you can see the plaid

Back to my own stalking (which was not creepy at all).  Annie and I found a little spot and  took some pictures.  Annie’s iphone couldn’t zoom in enough  so I took out my camera and zoomed in and snapped away.  Although he was far away, he was shooting a walking scene so as he walked down the sidewalk, he got closer to where we were perched.  We actually didn’t freak out, but we were giddy and, Annie and I did high five ourselves for our efforts and awesomeness and then went over to the NY Dosa cart (vegan, what what) then headed back to the office.

I guess some intern over at Daily Intel of also went over to WSP to check out RPattz and it must have been after we left that the crowd went apeshit crazy, freaked out and the intern was unable to take any pictures.  Daily Intel posted his observations sans photographic evidence.  Annie came over to my desk and urged me to send my pics to them, “Mel, your pictures are awesome.  You need to bring over your pictures.”  Meanwhile, I was in a group gchat with the other rabid RPattz fans–Seth, Eva, Andrea, Jessica and Nicole–about my sighting and they were getting ticked off (to put it lightly) that I didn’t bring a camera cord with me to upload the pictures immediately.  I mean, the fact that I had my camera at all is a blessing.

Anyway, to make an even longer story longer: I e-mailed Jess Pressler at Daily Intel that I had pictures, she asked me to bring them over, a photo editor took them from my camera card, me: do i need to sign anything? photo editor: not really?, deal was sealed with a high five (true story), 15 minutes later Daily Intel posted my photos in a slideshow and listed me as the source, which meant that I made my “editorial debut” on as the creeper and taking pictures of a tween heartthrob.  Awesome.  What’s cool is that now that page is one of the most viewed pages on  I feel so…famous-ish.  Ah, fame.  So fleeting.  I should join “I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here” while I still can.

However, I’m not going to lie, after talking about this all day and uploading the pictures, I’m a little bit over the “celeb stalking” thing. I don’t know.  It’s kind of creepy to know that I’m probably not the only person who’s posting about their encounter with this random actor and that the random pictures I took are now on a nationally viewed website.  I’ve told people that I’m going to take up a summer hobby of finding celebs and I mean, I probably will but do I want to write about it?  I feel sketch going into details about seeing someone but is it creepier to just post pictures instead?  Oh, the woes of being a photog.