Thursday, December 04, 2008

We'll always have Paris.

And why is that? Because she won't go away.

See, I was doing a little surfing tonight, looking for a Mamarazzi post, and I discovered that Disney is considering casting Paris Hilton in a live-action production of Peter Pan.

No, she's not going to play Nana. She'd be Tinkerbell.

Well. First of all, I can't even begin to describe how glad I am that my children are too old to care.

Mind you, I'm not thrilled that my children appear to be fascinated by every single cheesey pop star who's ever been splashed all over TMZ for drunk driving, forgetting to wear underpants, or getting a divorce from Dita Von Teese.

But Paris? As Tinkerbell? This is wrong on so many levels, I can't keep track of them.

For one thing, isn't she

kind of

tall

for the part?

16 comments:

  1. Is "tall" a new euphemism for "strumpet-like"?

    -J.

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  2. Disney, we never knew ye. WTF are they thinking?

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  3. Am I dreaming it, or was Julia Roberts Tinkerbell once?

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  4. "Skanky" the word is "Skanky", not "tall".



    Fiddledeedee

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  5. Like I'd ever take my kids to see a movie starring Slutty McSlut face... and tinkerbell is curvy, not spindly.

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  6. Let's hope that someone tells Tinker "Paris" Bell that her role does not include teaching the Lost Boys any new tricks.

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  7. ha, ha, ha, JOTE well said..
    Paris in devlish Louboutin's giving instructions how not to grow old.... hellacious!

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  8. Gah. Just, ack. Another sign of the coming apocalypse.

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  9. I just want to know what she's got against Twizzlers?

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  10. Skeevy... skanky... slutty... whore.. you name it, her picture is in the dictionary beside the definition. Disney is either losing what's left of it's marbles or aiming for the adult fetish crowd. Either way, it sure makes me glad MY kids are WAY past being intrigued by anything they do now.

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  11. Paris' chihuahua Tinkerbell would be a FAR better choice to play Tink.

    I mean, I've seen the pup dressed up, but never in Twizzlers.

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  12. Well, there are NEVER any parents around in a Disney film.

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  13. Oh yuck.

    Tinkerbell is suppossed to be childlike, the only thing her and Paris have in common is there ability to throw a tantrum.

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  14. yes, in spielberg's take on peter pan, "hook", julia roberts was tinkerbell...

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xxx, Poppy.