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(Celebitchy)   Q: Who does Iggy Pop think should play him in his biopic? A: Lindsay Lohan, not Jennifer Aniston   (celebitchy.com) divider line 18
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2010-10-08 03:20:14 PM
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i^2
2010-10-08 04:26:22 PM
He probably figures someone who's consumed as many drugs as he has during his lifetime would have the experience to pull off the role.

He's not necessarily wrong.
 
2010-10-08 04:34:48 PM
Ewen Mcgregor. He played a man who practically loved Iggy as much as women, and heroin. He also played a someone who was supposed to be him in Velvet Goldmine.

"You cant just spend all day dreaming about heroin and Ziggy Pop"

"It's Iggy Pop"

"Who cares, he's dead now anyway"

"HES NOT DEAD! Tommy went to go see him last summer."
 
2010-10-08 05:08:49 PM
Ugh... as someone who lives near Detroit, enough of Iggy Pop already! I could easily go the rest of my life without hearing some middle-aged a-hole yapping about "the Stooges" or seeing yet another black & white photo of Mr Pop's skinny, shirtless personage on stage 20 years ago, with greasy hair and a pained expression on his face.

/this also applies to Bob Seger, the other Michigan "artist" that you rarely hear about once you leave this state
 
2010-10-08 05:16:25 PM
i^2: He probably figures someone who's consumed as many drugs as he has during his lifetime would have the experience to pull off the role.

He's not necessarily wrong.


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'I can haz a movie?'
 
2010-10-08 06:55:17 PM
I'm surprised at the lack of "Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell" comments in this thread.
 
2010-10-08 07:30:00 PM
Barricaded Gunman: Ugh... as someone who lives near Detroit, enough of Iggy Pop already! I could easily go the rest of my life without hearing some middle-aged a-hole yapping about "the Stooges" or seeing yet another black & white photo of Mr Pop's skinny, shirtless personage on stage 20 years ago, with greasy hair and a pained expression on his face.

/this also applies to Bob Seger, the other Michigan "artist" that you rarely hear about once you leave this state



Don't forget the Motor City Madman:

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2010-10-08 08:10:59 PM
FeedTheCollapse: I'm surprised at the lack of "Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell" comments in this thread.

This.

Now I will go on to think about the video for Candy with Kate Pierson, except with Lindsay Lohan in place of Iggy. My script is a little different, though.

Lindsay, in the same tattered-clothes style walks into the Lynchian, velvety nightclub where Kate is singing. She gets a table close to the stage, but not right in front. The little table lamp shines upwardly a bit, it hollows out her features in a stark contrast of dark-set eyes and brilliant cheekbones. Kate, never losing her stagewoman's swagger, can't see the rest of the room now -- just this girl who walked in from the hot Sunset Blvd. sidewalk. Lindsay is mesmerized by Kate's sensual sway as she steps in, then retreats from the hotter of the stage's light to the softer colored glow. Her red hair fans in the movement and is crazed in the light. The strands, so pretty together in a red mane, also each claim a stake to Lindsay's ever-deeper breathing. Every hair glistens from flame red to burning white when she looks closely. And she is looking closely. They share a look, and, from there they both know that after this set, they are going to finally find the relief, the release, the glowing exhaustion they need from this heart-hurt passion, the single-tracked need for just outré raw sex.

Kate just knows this pretty troubled girl's freckles will look so cute because she knows she can make her smile. Lindsay knows she will tell Kate to keep the shiny gloves on.
 
2010-10-08 08:47:36 PM
andreirublev: Now I will go on to think about the video for Candy with Kate Pierson.

Damn, I love her voice. When she wants, she is just sexy as hell.

/The rest of your fantasy is a-ok, too
 
2010-10-08 09:14:22 PM
Put a freakin' shirt on. You're old.
 
2010-10-08 09:27:21 PM
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2010-10-08 10:37:02 PM
If you ever get the chance to see Iggy live, GO DO IT.
 
2010-10-08 11:06:49 PM
Obligatory (new window)
 
2010-10-08 11:08:15 PM
If it means she will spend 90% of the movie without a shirt on, I'm all for Aniston getting the role.
 
2010-10-08 11:10:02 PM
andreirublev: Now I will go on to think about the video for Candy with Kate Pierson, except with Lindsay Lohan in place of Iggy. My script is a little different, though.

Thanks. One of my favorite songs of all time. My daughter and I used to dance around the house to it when she was small :)
 
2010-10-09 12:09:52 AM
wow...
 
2010-10-09 12:11:09 AM
andreirublev: wow...

(and wrong thread for me)
 
2010-10-09 09:54:10 AM
Farkin'round: Don't forget the Motor City Madman:

Double ugh. I enthusiastically accept Farkin'round's amendment to the list of Michigan douchebags to be ignored henceforth.
 
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