Buzz Break: Time Out


· Here's the poster for the upcoming "I love you, now stop time-traveling" romantic drama The Time Traveler's Wife, starring Eric Bana and Rachel McAdams.

· "I found myself drawn to the scents of my childhood in Tennessee," says Reese Witherspoon about her new perfume line, Spare Ribs In Bloom.

· Frost/Nixon writer Peter Morgan has been brought on to write the next Bond film, which is rumored to be heavily set in Afghanistan. This film just sounds funner and funner, wouldn't you say?

· Heidi Montag is going to appear in Playboy, living out the career arc she so cruelly robbed Audrina of.

· Kristin Chenoweth and Lane Garrison are not prison pen pals who are now dating, claims her rep. Truly, kudos for calling attention to a rumor no one had ever heard of.


  • Victor Ward says:

    To be fair, "spare ribs" would be more of a Memphis scent. Though, racial tension and gunpowder would be more reminiscent.
    Seriously, though, Tennessee sucks, but you do smell hydrangeas and honeysuckle in the air. I can't describe it without sounding like Blanche Devereaux, not that that's a bad thing.
    But Nashville, though, that just smells like aquanet, broken country dreams, and the slow, delicate decay of Dolly Parton memorabilia.
    Moreover, you'd think Reese Witherspoon's scent would smell like giant baby heads, but I digress.

  • Furious D says:

    1. He's a time traveler, and she still complains about him being late all the time.
    2. Spare Rib scent? Are you trying to seduce me Miss Witherspoon?
    3. The Bond film is going to be a really intense conversation between Bond and Blofeld over "Thunderballgate."
    4. Even with the (probably false) promise of nudity, I still have no interest in seeing Heidi Montag in anything.
    5. It was on IMDB, but I don't think it really counts.

  • Inhaler says:

    If Eric Bana could time travel, I don't think Hulk would still be in his IMDB filmography.