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9Apr 08When I get a brand new bag of lightly salted Kettle Chips, and they're full of those brown burnt ones. Dang it!
I'm sure about 99% of you are extremely pissed off that this post isn't about the Bungie game (which I still think should have been game of the year), but rather boring celeb news. However, in the interest of the remaining one percent of you with no lives, I shall continue.
(Besides, it clearly says HaLo with a capital L in the topic)
I once vowed to be the definitive source for all your Hayden Panettiere / Milo Ventimiglia gossip, and I've been slacking. For that I apologize. But here's the latest: Hollywood's newest holy-crap-she's-only-18? couple may be moving in together. Awwww.
According to Digital Spy, which is about as reputable as a moonshine-drinkin' hobo, Hayden is shopping around for a house in Los Angeles and has asked Milo to move in. Mom reportedly approves.
Let's recap: Hayden is 18, Milo is 30. I mean look at the picture--that's what happens when young chicks put on makeup. Is she on a red carpet or about to crawl out of a tiny car with a bunch of clowns and have a pie fight?
What are they going to do when Milo suggests the bedroom be painted black and Hayden asks for My Little Pony wallpaper? And why aren't the young actors of Hollywood doing anything to stop this? At least Terminator's Thomas Dekker (who I interview here and is surprisingly cool) is speaking up:
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"I think it's gross, to be perfectly honest," Thomas Dekker — who played Claire's best friend, Zach, during season one of Heroes — tells Life & Style magazine. "It's kind of like if I were dating a 12-year-old," the 20-year-old adds.
Not content with just calling the coupling "gross," the Sarah Connor Chronicles star also says that he can't even comprehend how the costars make it work. "I'm definitely surprised they're together. For me, it would be a struggle to be with someone in such a different age range," he says.
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Wait a sec, dating a 12-year old is wrong?
I've made no secret about my love affair with ABC's Lost. Season four is only 32 hours away, and I'm feeling the same sort of giddiness I get when I'm about to go to Vegas. Yeah, I'm that excited.
Tonight is the "enhanced" season three finale, and tomorrow is the recap and season four premiere. I will be watching all of it intently.
As excited as I am about this, I found something that makes me even MORE excited for the show. A video has hit YouTube featuring the crash of Oceanic 815 from different perspectives, presented 24-style with multiple views.
It's incredibly well done and a testament to how detailed the show actually is. It's stuff like this that really blows my mind and makes me love Lost that much more. Enjoy
And for those that are interested, I got a chance to have a quick interview with Michael Emerson, who plays Ben Linus on the show. It's now up here at TV.com .
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