Lindsay Lohan Update – Failed Intervention By Dad Michael, Called Out By Bret Easton Ellis For Being a No-Show to Work, Horrible Trailer for ‘The Canyons’
We're just gonna go ahead and kill ALL the birds with one stone today, okay?
Lindsay Lohan never fails to disappoint in terms of her hot-messiness, does she? Today we have TMZ reporting that her icky dad, Michael Lohan
needed to get his name all over the internet again tried to stage an intervention for his daughter due to the fact that he thinks she might just have a substance abuse problem (whaaaa?) and she failed to show up to do dialogue-dubbing for her new film (I choked on that one) The Canyons.
"Cops just showed up at Lindsay Lohan's Beverly Hills home after Michael Lohan and others tried to stage an intervention to get Lindsay Lohan into treatment ... TMZ has learned.
Michael Lohan and several others showed up at Lindsay's house Friday afternoon ... believing she has fallen off the wagon ... and they believe that's why she has become a no-show for post-production work on her upcoming movie, "The Canyons."
Michael tells TMZ ... Lindsay's entire team is on board with the intervention, though we cannot confirm that.
We're told Lindsay was at the house when Michael and team arrived, but someone claiming to be her boyfriend shooed them away. The "boyfriend" told TMZ Lindsay was inside and any problems Lindsay has will not be solved by her father.
Someone called the cops to report a trespassing call. Cops are currently on scene."
Regarding Lindsay's no-show to work, I can just hear that ciggie-stained voice honking about how "Liz and Marilyn did the SAME THING!! I'm an ICON!" Lord, she's delusional.
Photo via http://www.mattneedle.co.uk/
Oh, Patrick Bateman. What in the world have you been up to?
We seem to have an American Psycho theme today on Dipped in Cream, don't we? Here's why: Bret Easton Ellis, author of the wonderfully creepy book is teasing us via Twitter and Facebook about a possible sequel to his original literary 80's satire of excess and The Me Generation. Oh, and there's a dude running around naked with a chainsaw and loses his shit over a colleague's superior business card. Patrick Bateman also appears to be racking up charges for the late return of video tapes.
I'd love to share some of Bret Easton Ellis's most recent tweets:
I'm assuming you're getting the idea here. I especially love that Bateman's iPad starts speaking to him and that Michael Hutchence is his "hero".
Makes me wonder why Bateman would consider the late INXS frontman his "hero".
Hmm. This video probably is NSFW. Unless your boss happens to love loud electro-pop dance music with images of a nutcase in a fencing get-up slicing a hipster girl's throat wide open. This video, directed by Daniel Wolfe is not for everyone. (Just most of you sickos.) So you've been warned or invited, depending on who are are, got that?
Let me say this: It takes a lot for my non-existent attention span to sit through eight minutes of anything without changing channels, opening more windows, writing, researching with my headphones on blasting David Bowie to block out CNN on the TV off to my right, texting four people while talking on the phone with Patrick, while simultaneously leaving snotty remarks on my kid's Facebook page about obese cats named "Dinner". But I did stop everything for those eight minutes to watch this video.
I do need to give credit where credit is due. If I hadn't been for following "American Psycho" author, Bret Easton Ellis on Twitter, I wouldn't have been turned on to this video. (And by "turned on" I mean advised of, taken the recommendation by NOT actually tur--oh, never mind. Y'all are so gross.)
Does anyone else feel as though Jakey G. is auditioning for the part of Patrick Bateman? I hear-tell Bret is writing a "where is Patrick Bateman now type of sequel to American Psycho. More on that topic later today.