“The trailer for ‘Rosewater’ looks so good and tear-jerky” links

The trailer for Jon Stewart’s directorial debut, Rosewater, made CB cry. [Pajiba]
Liam Hemsworth is looking hot these days. [LaineyGossip]
Coco is always elegant. [Dlisted]
What’s going on with Josh Duhamel’s hair? [A Socialite Life]
GFY’s worst-dressed of the Emmys. [Go Fug Yourself]
This story is really disturbing. [Starcasm]
Jon Hamm never wanted to play Doctor Strange. [Evil Beet]
Bryan Singer is still being investigated. [CDAN]
Zach Galifianakis & Louis C.K. are working on a TV show about clowns. [The Blemish]
Ben Affleck goes to the gas station a lot. [Buzzfeed]
Kristin Cavallari looks good in a blue dress. [Celebslam]
Mila Kunis hides her face but not her bump. [Popoholic]
Nicole Richie launches her new QVC collection. [I'm Not Obsessed]
Mike Meyers has beautiful children. [Celebrity Baby Scoop]

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  1. Miss M says:

    I want to see this movie! And having Gael on it is a plus!

  2. zan says:

    hahaha, I tought it was going to be Coco Rocha! Should have sense the tone

  3. Diana B says:

    I love Gael and this looks really good. It will be hard to handle it (all movies about torture are) but It looks good, and it is a true story.

  4. don't kill me i'm french says:

    Ben goes to the gas station a lot because a/ his vintage car consumes a lot?
    b/ the paps follow him every day ?
    c/ his NOT-low key vintage car who consumes a lot is easily recognizable by the paps so they photographed him a lot?

  5. DarkSparkle says:

    Came here for the Freddie Prinze Jr. I am disappoint.

  6. Norman Bates' Mother says:

    Mike Myer’s children are beautiful but I don’t get the reasoning behind their weird names: “Spike is very common Liverpool nickname if your name is Eric” – so why didn’t they call him Eric? They would get to call him Spike but he could still have a normal official name for his adult life. And they named their daughter Sunday because they hate Sundays? Why aren’t there more little Mondays then? We could totally turn this day around by naming every cute kid, boy or girl – Monday.

  7. kaligula says:

    Hmmm I disagree. I think it looks a bit melodramatic and cliched. Will probably still see it though. GGBernal is one of the best.

  8. SpookySpooks says:

    No mention of Benedict Cumberbatch’s official calendar? I thought you would cover that! With that he got close to the Kelly Brook level of famewhoring.

  9. Tiffany :) says:

    I didn’t take the “disturbing” warning seriously enough…and now I am completely disturbed. BLECH!

  10. icerose says:

    I just saw this trailer -I no nothing about any of those involved but it looks and sounds very good and will definitely make an effort to see it

  11. Nudgie says:

    Just like Stewart to take the time and effort to do a 180 from his TV ‘persona.’

    Good on ya, Jon!

  12. GiGi says:

    Gael Garcia Bernal owns my sweetshop. That is all.

  13. Tiffany :) says:

    I just wanted to say HAPPY LABOR DAY! to all by fellow cb’ers! I hope your long weekends are safe and filled with tons of fun.

  14. Savanna says:

    Why do I have this weird feeling that the douche has rubbed off on Mila and her daughter will have some ripoff name of hers or Ashton’s, like the Pinkett-Smith kids? Ahhhh.

  15. Fatty Magoo says:

    Mmmmm Liam Hemsworth looks like a werewolf. I love it when guys look like they could be werewolves lol

  16. Jana says:

    Jon Stewart is a genius, comedic and otherwise. I can’t wait to see this film.

  17. Bibi says:

    Gael GB has a very respectable trajectory. And I like the fact the he and his BFF Diego Luna have worked together (La Casa de Mi Padre and Rudo & Cursi) and separate but always supporting each other’s projects (as was the case of Luna’s Cesar Chavez) and feeling very proud of their Latin roots. Great to know that years, fame and money came to them and still besties. Good for them. :)

  18. RobN says:

    I saw it at a film festival in San Francisco. It really came off as a student film project with a great budget. There isn’t a cliche out there that they missed and it’s kind of distracting from what ought to be a pretty good story. It’s also got a real propaganda like quality that turns “the bad guy” into a cartoon pretty quickly.

    I’m sure it’ll do fine; people like Stewart and it’s hard to argue against individual freedom versus government thuggery, but it’s just ok.