Does anyone really believe that a February release called THE WOMAN IN BLACK is going to break Daniel Radcliffe out of the Harry Potter role that he's be chiseled to fit into since he was a little boy? Granted, I'm not all that interested in figuring out if he can act. He's an ugly little troll in my personal opinion (bring on the hate mail, I'm ready for it) but it would still suck for him to never have the chance to break out. Not like these three women in black have recently.
Donning this sensational black gown for the 2012 Screen Actors Guild Awards, Emma Stone continued to grab attention in the red locks that she's most famous for (even if she has to use dye to get that shade) as a part of the cast of THE HELP. She's been a fashion "do" for some time now, but damn if she doesn't manage to consistently impress.
I hate Rooney Mara. I sensationally hate her. I can't even put my finger on precisely why that is (although her narcoleptic performance in the remake of NOES might have a lot to do with it) that causes the bile to bubble up into the back of my throat when I see her, even when she's fancied up in black at the Golden Globes, but it is what it is. And I can recognize that much like there are people who disagree with me on Radcliffe, there are those who disagree with me on Mara.
Never thought I'd be rooting for a former Disney princess but here I am. Vanessa Hudgens is a breath of fresh air from so many of the starlets in her age group, being that she's not lily white, blonde and blue eyed (although there's nothing wrong with that, seeing as how I'm blue-eyed, blonde and white as the trampled snow). She looked radiant at the People's Choice Awards this year, flashing some skin through her slightly see-through black gown. And the girl smiles on the red carpet. Warmly, almost naturally. It's sinful. Sinfully delicious.
Which babe in black has you turning all different shades of randy?-span>