Pairs Division: Wasikowska and Fassbender

Posted on November 10, 2011

It’s really cute to see two co-stars who genuinely seem to like each other and that doesn’t seem to include inappropriate touching in front of cameras. Too often the “I JUST LOVE MY CO-STAR” posing gets a little grabby, but these two just look like good friends who are happy to see each other.

It’s probably all an act for the cameras, we know. Or maybe they’re secretly thrilled that the other one looks worse than they do.

 

Mia Wasikowska and Michael Fassbender attend the premiere and after-party for “Shame” in Los Angeles. Mia Wasikowska is wearing a Miu Miu dress.

Celebrities, what the fuck. Is there some steamer crisis happening in L.A. right now, forcing you all to go out looking like wrinkled messes? We don’t even know if it’s worth making the attempt to break down the scores, but you know us, we never miss a chance to be bitches.

HE: Wore underwear this time, which makes us simultaneously grateful and disappointed. It looks like a decent enough suit, but it also looks like he fished it out from under his bed. And we’re thisclose to declaring the tieless trend on the RC officially over. George Clooney can get away with this, but lesser men cannot. Besides, the grey suit and pale blue shirt reads corporate to us, which means the wrinkles and the lack of a tie read “Happy Hour.” Score: 4/10. Effort, please.

SHE: Didn’t fish that thing out from under her bed. She fished it out of a $1.99 bin marked “BRIDAL” at Goodwill. This is a dress that Molly Ringwald would have rejected at the end of Pretty in Pink. Hair and makeup look pretty, but we can’t with that horrible dress. Score: 5/10. She gets another point for at least making the effort.

Combined Score: 4.5/10. Unacceptable. You are both insanely good-looking, at a career high, and have access to any clothes you want. You should both hang your heads in shame.

[Photo Credit: Wireimage]

Please review our Community Guidelines before posting a comment. Thank you!

blog comments powered by Disqus