Paris Jackson recently tweeted a photo of herself sporting a new, short, blonde haircut. Resembling Miley’s recent chop, the blonde bob seems to be making a come back. Although the drastic change turned out to be a wig, it looks rockin’. Short seems to be the latest Fall trend, do it now before everyone else does!
Directed by Jay and Mark Duplass who have received a lot of hype from their last film Cyrus with John C. Reilly, Jonah Hill and Marissa Tomei – but this could likely seal their mainstream success. It continues Duplass’ theme of family dysfunction with Segel as a naive mopey slacker named Jeff living in his mother’s basement searching for the meaning of life. He reconnects with his brother Pat (Helms) who soon discovers that his wife is having an affair – meanwhile, their mother (Susan Sarandon) is depressed. Holy dramedy, Batman!
It looks to be in the same vain as Helms’ Cedar Rapids or Segel’s Forgetting Sarah Marshall rather than their other efforts – it premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival to great reviews and is due in theatres nationwide on March 16th.
16-year-old Disney star Miley Cyrus has written a tell-all memoir entitled “Miles To Go”. The memoir, published by Disney-Hyperion Books, will hit the stores on March 10. Cyrus was confirmed to have signed a seven-figure book deal with the Disney Book Group in April 2007 to write her autobiography. The memoir reportedly chronicles the actress-singer’s journey to stardom.
According to perezhilton.com, Cyrus addresses many issues in her memoir.
One of the issues that Cyrus addresses on her upcoming memoir “Miles to Go” is her relationship with father Billy Ray Cyrus, which is often criticized by people as they consider the father-daughter duo as too “close and cuddly.” Defending their bond, the Disney star says, “For me and my dad it’s not weird at all.” She proclaims her love for her father Billy, not taking into account the negative perception surrounding them, Miley insists she and her father “don’t let other people tell us what expressions we’re supposed to have on our faces when we take a picture together!”
The other issue that Miley discusses on her “Miles to Go” memoir is the media, which she claims is often instigating a downfall of the teen star. Regarding the fact, she hopes the media would instead center their attention on her “achievements.”