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Digital_Ice
07-02-2006, 04:29 PM
JOHANSSON AND KNIGHTLEY STRIP FOR VANITY FAIR

Young movie beauties SCARLETT JOHANSSON and KEIRA KNIGHTLEY have stripped to their birthday suits for the annual Hollywood issue of Vanity Fair magazine.

The MATCH POINT star, 21, and British actress, 20, appear naked alongside clothed designer TOM FORD in a special shoot by legendary photographer ANNIE LEIBOVITZ.

Originally the issue's guest art director, former Gucci designer Ford decided to appear on the cover when MEAN GIRLS beauty RACHEL McADAMS dropped out.

Ford explains, "She did want to do it, and then when she was on the set I think she felt uncomfortable, and I didn't want to make anybody feel uncomfortable.

"A lot of women actually, a couple of men, too, wanted to take their clothes off. These are such beautiful people, beautiful women, and who doesn't want to see a bit of them."

In the issue, ANGELINA JOLIE poses naked in a bathtub, while fully clothed GEORGE CLOONEY eyes up a female cast of nearly-nude women.

http://contactmusic.com/new/xmlfeed.nsf/mndwebpages/johansson%20and%20knightley%20strip%20for%20vanity %20fair_07_02_2006

yes i know that as an article it belongs in the articles thread, but i belive that such an important subject deserves its own thread!

http://www.vanityfair.com/images/main/060207mapr01.jpg

devine kk
07-02-2006, 04:51 PM
jesus h. How stunning do they look. very brave but very stunning.

hmmmm hmmmm :icon_redf

hasselbrad
07-02-2006, 04:59 PM
Until I read the article, I thought the dude was Jeremy Piven.

Leonie
07-02-2006, 05:26 PM
Here's the actual cover:

http://images.usatoday.com/life/_photos/2006/02/07/vanity-fair-cover.jpg

Edit: Look, there's more.

http://us.news3.yimg.com/us.i2.yimg.com/p/ap/20060207/capt.nyet13902071459.people_vanity_fair_nudes_nyet 139.jpg?x=380&y=190&sig=NGHVGwCbheAw8Oq1eZEiRA--

Logan
07-02-2006, 06:17 PM
Behind-the-scenes video here...
http://www.vanityfair.com/features/outtakes/060207feou

Is this not a dream-come-true??? =)
One of you tech-heads needs to figure out how to capture the streaming video.

EmotionSickness
07-02-2006, 07:32 PM
I never realized just how much prettier Keira is than Scarlett.

Here's (http://img135.imagevenue.com/img.php?loc=loc211&image=42ca5_vanity.jpg) the cover in hi-res.

Mandy
07-02-2006, 07:52 PM
I totally thought that Digital_Ice was posting fake nudes again

I dont think Keira looks at all prettier, she needs a biscuit.

EmotionSickness
07-02-2006, 07:54 PM
In the face. :)

Mandy
07-02-2006, 08:00 PM
It merely comes down to one's opinion. I always thought Keira had strange features to her face. I'm not the expert at judging what's beautiful and what's not though.

hasselbrad
07-02-2006, 08:42 PM
It merely comes down to one's opinion. I always thought Keira had strange features to her face. I'm not the expert at judging what's beautiful and what's not though.
Yeah, see...I'm a big fan of the squarer jawline. I get ridiculed for it sometimes, but it's my thing...along with smaller breasts. Not that I'd eject Scar-Jo from the boudoir, but the wide hips/narrow top aesthetic rows my boat.
Also...I volunteer to head up the biscuits and gravy for Keira drive. ;)

Edward
07-02-2006, 09:50 PM
there is a version in the paper where you can see Scarlett's nipple, its been edited on the cover though :/

someone uploaded it on imagevenue

Sandra
08-02-2006, 12:16 AM
Beautiful picture!

They all look very hot.

CaptainStigmata
08-02-2006, 12:52 AM
Gorgeous!

calereneau
08-02-2006, 05:07 AM
Supposedly, Rachel McAdams was supposed to be in it too.

<collecitve "dang!">

Wait, is this really me posting? Wow.

deviljet88
08-02-2006, 05:55 AM
So skinny... Too made up for my liking... but skin's skin. Good on them.

CollisionStar
08-02-2006, 06:07 AM
I need that magazine. Sigh.

Leonie
08-02-2006, 08:09 AM
The Superficial (http://www.thesuperficial.com/archives/2006/02/07/scarlett_johansson_and_keira_k.html) have picked up on it too. It's 60 times 'Scarlett is fat! No, Keira is too skinny! Scarlett is hot! No, Keira is!'

Flightfreak
08-02-2006, 08:35 AM
Ugly photograph imo.
I had to look five times before I recognized Scarlett.

Former Fan
08-02-2006, 05:09 PM
The following is my opinion and I'm not trying to impose it on anyone. I’m sure what I’m about to say will be deemed very unpopular by the members of this forum and this post may even be dissected and ripped to pieces and that’s okay, but as a Keira fan, I feel the need to say this:

When I first saw Keira Knightley a few years ago, I thought she was a very pretty girl and nothing more. I didn’t know if she was a good actress or not because I had only seen her in POTC but as time went on, I saw some of her other films like Beckham, Love Actually, King Arthur, and The Jacket. None of her performances particularly impressed me a great deal but I had heard Keira wanted to show people that she was more than the sum of her parts. That while everyone else may have viewed her as “just another pretty face”; she took herself and her career seriously. I respected her for that so I gave her the benefit of the doubt, but this latest Vanity Fair shoot shows me that she’s either a liar or seriously naïve.

Personally speaking, Keira has done something I didn’t think was possible – she’s made looking at her nude body boring. Lord knows I have no problem with seeing her nude, but I want it in the right context and not in something as trivial as a magazine shoot. In addition to her films, seeing her (half) topless in Esquire and now in VF has made me view her doing nudity as a lackluster event. It’s like, “Ho hum, Keira’s naked…again (yawn).” There’s no point, power or meaning behind the nudity; it’s nudity for the sake of popularity and/or exposure (no pun intended) and it’s unexciting. When I want to see nude bodies, I turn on my TV and watch my porn channels, but when I look at a so-called “legit actress”, I want to see their legitimate skills.

I was hoping Keira would take the road of a girl whose main attraction is her performing abilities and not one who’ll drop her clothes at the sight of a camera, and make no mistake, it is her body that’s being emphasized for if they wanted to show all great actresses in the buff, Judi Dench would be up there. I’m not passing judgment on Keira and I’m not condemning her, but if this is the path she’s choosing to go down, then she should just do a Playboy spread and get it over with, because as someone who wanted to believe her, I feel her decisions don’t allow me to anymore. Until I see otherwise, I really have no choice but to view Keira the same way I view girls like Kari Wuhrer, Lindsay Lohan, Nikki Cox, Beyonce Knowles, Elisha Cuthbert, Heather Graham, Jessica Alba and others – as just another pretty face.

Liam
08-02-2006, 05:13 PM
Agreed.

hasselbrad
08-02-2006, 05:34 PM
If it were nudity for nudity's sake, it wouldn't be in Vanity Fair and it wouldn't be shot by Annie Leibovitz. This is an issue of the magazine that's been around for years. It's tastefully done, photographic art.
Comparing the shoots Keira has done to Playboy is like mentioning "Dogs Playing Poker" in the same breath as "The Girl With The Pearl Earring"...and with that bit of art history, I'll segue into this...
Scarlet and Keira are two of the hottest stars in the Hollywood universe. And, as a bonus, they are two of the most talented. Each has an Oscar nomination, which means that, individually, they have more Oscar nominations than everyone on your "pretty faces" list put together.

Idle
08-02-2006, 05:51 PM
I find this reaction hysterical.

If you don't like actresses who do nudity then fine. But this girl did a more revealing topless scene in a low-budget thriller when she was 15. So how it could come as any kind of surprise that she'd agree to do a very prestigious and high profile cover shoot like this five years later is baffling.

Jacoby
08-02-2006, 07:48 PM
I personally agree with Mr. Former Fan, and his response could actually be a thread in itself. I second the opinions. When I first saw Bend it Like Beckham 4 years back I thought Keria was extremely pretty and she showed so much promise. I was expecting one of those Laura Linney type actresses that choose their films really wisely. It looks like Keira took a wrong turn somewhere between then and now. And I'm not saying it was a bad choice for her to do this photo shoot, it IS Vanity Fair and all, but all the other photoshoots I've seen in the past two years have been upsetting. They don't lead me to believe that Keira really cares about this respectable actress image. As Sarah put it once, "OMGZ she looks SO AMERICAN! :icon_mad:"
I still think she's one of the most gorgeous actresses, and when I hear her on talk shows or movies it makes me want to run back here and reply to the "Where would you take Keira on a first date" thread, but I don't think she's making the best possible choices on films and how she wants to be viewed by the public. It's a shame, but I too think of her now as just another pretty actress.

But who knows what she wants? It's probably not even up to her.

CollisionStar
08-02-2006, 09:24 PM
Hmm. I agree somewhat with Former Fan as well. Although I'd still like a copy of the mag, I can see where he might be coming from. Personally, I think she's a great actress, though she is slowly becoming somewhat of the 'pretty face' standard.

It doesn't stop me from being a fan really. And being nude? I see it as another reason to admire. It's brave to me. There's not many I know willing to shed their robe in front of not only a camera, but a photographer, crew, director, and whomever else is involved.

michael22
08-02-2006, 09:34 PM
I also have to agree with former fan. I took her flashing in the Hole to be just a fifteen year old as I am only fifteen, I am mature and can do what I want. but I thought she had matured and did nudity for the sake of film in general. I am seventeen I should in any right world be jerking off to her picture (sorry for the lewd language) and should be taking cold showers every minute (such is my attraction to Keira). But I am not, because well it just does not fit. FOr months I thought that she actually had brains and not a thick skull like such other pretty faces. yes, she is still intelligent but she is just different.

the one possible explanation that leaves her wih some dignity is that she is tired of everyone thinking in only one way about her .


But seriously what happened or what did I miss. I respect her still and still get that weird feeling whenever I see her (save for that photo). But please say that that's as far down the rabbit hole as she will go. but for now I am still her loyal fan. Though I guess it could have been worse. and is not that bad

Leonie
08-02-2006, 09:42 PM
I think this (http://www.keiraknightley.com/media/thumbnails.php?album=123) photoshoot is much worse. It's completely classless.

The Vanity Fair shoot has artistic value to it, whereas this one, and there are more, have really made me wonder where this Keira (http://www.keiraknightley.com/media/albums/candids/2002-07-07/php83QVdk.jpg) has gone. She's a bit like that last picture in the Vanity Fair video - funny, smiling a lot... Lord knows what happened to that in front of photo cameras. I for one think it's a real shame.

She used to look like she could be your friend, and a really cool friend at that. I can't remember a single recent photoshoot where she isn't busy looking constipated. I suppose someone decided the fresh faced Keira look was soooo 2003.

doubly
08-02-2006, 10:48 PM
Honestly, I don't Keira looks very pretty in the picture. Keira looks high and not very seductive at all. Scarlett has kind of a pig face in the picture too. The picture is pale and dull, as though Keira were all flesh with no spirit, attitude, or personality. That's not the spirited Keira I know.

Let's be honest: Keira's figure is not her best attribute. So when their are photos taken of her, they should focus on her stunning eyes, jawline, neck and hair. Keira's stunning face looks out-of-place atop her frail body.

On the other hand, believe me, I want to see Keira completely naked as much as the other people on this forum. But, I think this picture was a poor career move.

Keira, listen: You can be a sex symbol without baring it all. You are stunning in body and soul. Please don't let Holllywood get to you. We fans are concerned for you and your career, and we love you.

Mandy
09-02-2006, 12:01 AM
Speak for yourself.

I haven't paid any attention to Keira for like a year. So I can't be fucked to care about this cover.

Ranman
09-02-2006, 12:07 AM
I see two landing strips, I don't know about the rest of you

Mags
09-02-2006, 12:14 AM
I was expecting one of those Laura Linney type actresses that choose their films really wisely. It looks like Keira took a wrong turn somewhere between then and now.

I kind of agree with you, but I do need to point out that it seems like Laura Linney gets naked in nearly every movie she's in. And she makes great movies, like PS, and You Can Count on Me, and Love Actually and all that, but in every one of them she takes her top off. So I don't think nudity has anything to do with whether a person is making the right movie choices. I personally think Laura Linney is awesome and she has a habit of choosing really great movies. I just don't think that necessarily nudity and good movie choices are mutually exclusive. Of course, I often find myself withing she would keep her top on, as often it just makes the scene uncomfortable, like with Topher Grace in PS, but I think that's generally what the intended reaction is, so I'm ok with it.

That said, what do I think of the cover? Those are some pasty pale bitches.

And I totally thought that was Piven too. Which weirded me out.

Mandy
09-02-2006, 01:12 AM
Me 3 on the Jeremy Pivens ordeal. THEN I thought he was the guy from Nip/Tuck.

Rob The BLack Douglas
09-02-2006, 01:34 AM
If someone is comfortable with their body and decides to disrobe that is their decision. No one made her, she decided to do it for reasons that are her own. You don't have to like it but to put her down because of it is plain stupid.

Jacoby
09-02-2006, 01:46 AM
I kind of agree with you, but I do need to point out that it seems like Laura Linney gets naked in nearly every movie she's in. And she makes great movies, like PS, and You Can Count on Me, and Love Actually and all that, but in every one of them she takes her top off. So I don't think nudity has anything to do with whether a person is making the right movie choices. I personally think Laura Linney is awesome and she has a habit of choosing really great movies. I just don't think that necessarily nudity and good movie choices are mutually exclusive. Of course, I often find myself withing she would keep her top on, as often it just makes the scene uncomfortable, like with Topher Grace in PS, but I think that's generally what the intended reaction is, so I'm ok with it.

I kinda made it sound like nudity = classless and a bad career move, but honestly that's not what I meant. I meant role choices more than choosing to be nude. Keira has some good choices, like P&P and a few others, but then there's Domino and King Arthur as well as a few other films that made me think, "No! WHY?!" But yeah, you're right.

I also agree with Former on the fact that there's no shock if she shows her breasts. I sort of go into a Keira film now expecting to see me some boobehs. Save Pirates 2 + 3, but even then I can't even be too sure.

Leonie
09-02-2006, 06:25 AM
I kinda made it sound like nudity = classless and a bad career move, but honestly that's not what I meant. I meant role choices more than choosing to be nude. Keira has some good choices, like P&P and a few others, but then there's Domino and King Arthur as well as a few other films that made me think, "No! WHY?!" But yeah, you're right.

I also agree with Former on the fact that there's no shock if she shows her breasts. I sort of go into a Keira film now expecting to see me some boobehs. Save Pirates 2 + 3, but even then I can't even be too sure.
Love Actually, King Arthur, PotC, Pride & Prejudice, Bend It Like Beckham... It's really not as though she takes her clothes off in every single movie she does. I think she's picked a few great films. Sure, King Arthur turned out to be crap, but I'm guessing it was crap directing. See, I hear Clive Owen is quite the actor, but he was nothing but disappointing in KA. Keira sounded like all the lines came out just wrong. The story itself was interesting though, it could have been a great film. Domino... maybe not such a great choice, though I haven't seen it. I can see why she wanted to do it though. It does show how versatile she is.

What I do have a problem with are the more and more frequent 'seductive' (read: slutty) photoshoots, and the fact that she never smiles anymore. The Pout never bothered me as she seemed to smile a lot too at premieres and the like, she generally looked like a really fun type of girl. Compare the PotC premiere pictures with those of the Domino one in America. Bah. Not so fun now.

I don't have a problem with the Vanity Fair shoot though - it seems more tasteful than others she's done, and there's something artsy to it :) If it weren't art, they wouldn't have bothered strategically positioning arms, would they?

Mandy
09-02-2006, 07:39 AM
That's a good point. There's a line between nude photography and porn. Porn is not artistic. No matter how much Ranman says so.

deviljet88
09-02-2006, 07:45 AM
If it weren't art, they wouldn't have bothered strategically positioning arms, would they?

So they can put the photo on the cover for magazine stands? Only thing 'arty' about it all is the hair (Is Scarlett supposed to look like Monroe?) and the editing that make them look so pale.

devine kk
09-02-2006, 08:16 AM
[QUOTE=Leonie]
The Vanity Fair shoot has artistic value to it, whereas this one, and there are more, have really made me wonder where this Keira (http://www.keiraknightley.com/media/albums/candids/2002-07-07/php83QVdk.jpg) has gone.

I agree with Leonie the VF shoot was done for its artistic value, and I like it, not because she is nude but it is a nice picture (with the exception of Tom Ford, he comes across as looking a bit sleazy). If you look at the video as she comes out of the shoot (about 2 mins in) she looks thoroughly embarrassed and shy, she did not do this for the wow facture. The picture looks pasty because it was air brushed to look pale; to represent purity as was the norm in historic paintings.

I do however feel that everyone longs to see the smiling Keira as opposed to the pouting one, you can see it again in the video where she is laughing and joking with her mum. I appreciate that in this instance a beaming smile would not be appropriate but its almost as though she has been told to pout whenever she sees a camera. I hope that this is not what Keira has become and that we will see the old Keira again soon. Please don't let Hollywood snare her.

Viper_PL
09-02-2006, 12:30 PM
Without Johansson it would be interesting:icon_icon .I like Keira in blond version :icon_bigg

hasselbrad
09-02-2006, 01:06 PM
Something that needs to be understood here, is that these photoshoots are not candid snapshots of Keira. We're not getting a glimpse into her soul here, but rather a glimpse at the artistic (or lack thereof) vision of an art director and photographer. Just because she vamps it up in a photoshoot, it doesn't mean she has suddenly become someone else. Well, actually, it does...because she becomes someone else for a few hours or so...but when she leaves, she's the same intelligent, charming young woman from the suburbs of London.
Same with movies. There is a lot of artistic input that goes into a film between her first reading of the script and what you see on the screen. Actors do the best they can with the material they are given, and then are up to the mercy of the director and editors as to which take is used. A subtle, perfect delivery of lines may very well be scrapped for an over the top ***cough***King Arthur***cough*** because of someone else's artistic (or, again, lack thereof) vision.

Adam
09-02-2006, 09:04 PM
I agree with Leonie the VF shoot was done for its artistic value, and I like it, not because she is nude but it is a nice picture (with the exception of Tom Ford, he comes across as looking a bit sleazy). If you look at the video as she comes out of the shoot (about 2 mins in) she looks thoroughly embarrassed and shy, she did not do this for the wow facture. The picture looks pasty because it was air brushed to look pale; to represent purity as was the norm in historic paintings.



Agreed. I love the photo. It's an exceptional piece of art.

Jak
09-02-2006, 10:00 PM
I know this is not very popular but it's my opinion:

First when I saw Keira, approximately 2.5 years ago and, of course, the following months/years, I thought she was a very talented actress, of course she is still a talented actress, an a very natural women which has nothing to do with this typical starlet-life (not extremely luxurious, not a very great tendency of publicity etc.) but with this Vanitiy Fair photoshoot Keira is for me more than ever a boring, standard Hollywood b... which apparently does everything for money and publicity. Do you really think Keira has this done only for art? Definitely not! First was the Esquire-photoshoot, now Vanitiy Fair, what's next if the pay or/and publicity is good enough? Playboy?

Please do not understand me wrongly, I think Keira is a great actress and I don't have any problems with nudity but the trend in which Keira is going more and more, is completely sad. It can not be, that a nude-photo, like this ugly Vanitiy Fair photo, has more attention in the press as a performance by Keira in a movie. But now, it is so, and that shouldn't be in Keira's interests if she would like to be a serious actress.

duckula
10-02-2006, 08:17 AM
I can't believe people (men) are upset at seeing keira naked (or nude). Has someone stolen your testicles?

Viper_PL
10-02-2006, 08:28 AM
So she isn't a serious actress because of posing for Vanity Fair ? Sorry but I don't understand You. And if she really want she'll pose even for Playboy or CKM etc. I have nothing against that. She's not a little girl...:icon_icon

Ranman
10-02-2006, 09:39 AM
Kate Winslet is a serious actress, She keeps getting great roles.
She has been nude several time, even full frontal nudity.

hasselbrad
10-02-2006, 12:50 PM
Kate Winslet is a serious actress, She keeps getting great roles.
She has been nude several time, even full frontal nudity.

What he said.
And, why hasn't anyone said anything about Scarlett's participation? Doesn't the fact that we are seeing her bare ass diminish her standing as a serious actor?

Jacoby
10-02-2006, 01:40 PM
What he said.
And, why hasn't anyone said anything about Scarlett's participation? Doesn't the fact that we are seeing her bare ass diminish her standing as a serious actor?

She wasn't in Domino.

iii
10-02-2006, 08:18 PM
anyone pick up the magazine?

are there any more pics of keira in it?

hasselbrad
10-02-2006, 08:23 PM
She wasn't in Domino.
No...but she was in The Island.
:icon_surp

Jacoby
11-02-2006, 05:30 AM
Hahaha, good point.

Former Fan
11-02-2006, 05:28 PM
I hadn't realized the guy who runs Keiraweb.com posted a rebuttal to everyone here who disagreed with Keira's decision to do the VF cover. He rambles on and on and doesn't take into account that different people will sometimes hold differing opinions. In other words, he reacts like the typical fanatic.

In fact, his first line seems to be directed at me:

I am astonished and appalled at the reaction by Keira's fans to the publication of this arty little photo - or should I say former fans?

It's the February 8th entry:

http://www.keiraweb.com (http://www.keiraweb.com/)

It's pretty comical actually. :icon_lol:

Leonie
11-02-2006, 05:40 PM
Hreh - 'the guy who runs Keiraweb' is KKW's very own Knightleynews, a.k.a. Paul, who used to provide KKW with Keira news and collect articles on his Keiraweb.com site - which slowly but surely has turned into The Place to be.

I'd say he disagrees with you, yeah :icon_razz

Adam
11-02-2006, 06:38 PM
I loved that little passage. Fucking rocks. Haha. Plus, all the points he made I agree with.

KnightleyNews
11-02-2006, 06:47 PM
...and doesn't take into account that different people will sometimes hold differing opinions.


I actually wrote:

"...Everyone is entitled to their opinion on this, so here's mine...."


Perhaps the steam coming out of your ears obscured your vision for a while. After the first 25 emails of support for what I wrote I stopped counting them.


Paul

Ardnax
11-02-2006, 07:48 PM
I don't see why this is such a big deal for everybody. And I don't see why you would stop being a fan of Keira because of this. I respect her and her descisions, she has every right of showing her (gorgeous) body if she wants to. I think it's a tasteful picture, except from that guy, he's a little disturbing.
A lot of great actresses have done artistic nude photos and appeared nude in a movie, this doesn't make them slutty or worse actresses. I think it shows that they are confident and doesn't care about what people think of them, they do what they want to do and are proud of it. That is something that I respect and I wish I would be more like that. But everyone has the right to their own opinion, otherwise it would be a very boring and unhappy world to live in.

Digital_Ice
11-02-2006, 08:50 PM
...i regret starting this thread...

Liam
11-02-2006, 09:09 PM
I regret reading it.

Mandy
11-02-2006, 09:22 PM
I regret being born.

Digital_Ice
11-02-2006, 10:52 PM
i regret... a fuck it, i cbfa.

acliff
11-02-2006, 11:56 PM
I regret being born.

I regret it too.

I'm not entirely sure why certain people think nudity is so bad.
Frankly those who think whether you make the decision to pose nude has any affect on their talent, or their 'respect' for a celebrity goes down due to it are narrow minded.

I don't actually think the photo is that great. I don't think they have the bodies to really pull off a shot like that. I'm still in shock that they've hidden scarlett's breasts, as they are one of her many attactions.

Rob The BLack Douglas
12-02-2006, 12:23 AM
I regret it too.

I'm not entirely sure why certain people think nudity is so bad.
Frankly those who think whether you make the decision to pose nude has any affect on their talent, or their 'respect' for a celebrity goes down due to it are narrow minded.

Well in the states nudity is frowned upon, it's dirty, too much religious prudery in peoples lives.

Leonie
12-02-2006, 08:23 AM
As it is, we are one of the only, if not the only species that feels the need to dress up. That's not to say we should all be nudists for the sake of biology, but it does show that there is something intrinsically strange about the fact that we find nudity such a problem.

I'd say this is tastefully done, not a fantastic picture, but sure, whatever rocks their collective boat.

Ranman
12-02-2006, 10:08 AM
We should all be naked, The hell with clothes

Mandy
12-02-2006, 12:38 PM
Let's have a bbq and take off all our clothes and burn them in a bonfire. Yay smore's.

Former Fan
13-02-2006, 02:51 PM
I actually wrote:

"...Everyone is entitled to their opinion on this, so here's mine...."


Perhaps the steam coming out of your ears obscured your vision for a while. After the first 25 emails of support for what I wrote I stopped counting them.


Paul

LOL!

Okay, there's no steam coming out of my ears because I'm not angry about anything. I just found it amusing that you felt the need to rant about differing opinions about Keira's VF shoot on your website. Even your above post here is filled with hostility towards me. There's nothing right or wrong about what I, or anyone else for that matter, said, but whereas I simply voiced how I felt with no ill will directed towards anyone who disagreed, or even Keira herself, you seem to have gone on the attack against those who don't see how right you are or felt Keria was, etc.

I hope you realize that not everyone on the planet is a Keira Knightley fan and even those who are won't always like the choices she makes in her career. Such is the way of the world and if you really believe in live and let live, then let it be. I will continue to enjoy any good movie Keira makes, but I will now enjoy her as nothing more than a pretty face. I hope you can deal with that because I'm not the only one in the world who views her that way. As far as I'm concerned, there's no harm here and no foul, just differing opinions on a girl none of us know personally. So just calm done a wee bit and let us have a pint together huh?

Cheers!:icon_beer

Digital_Ice
13-02-2006, 02:58 PM
oh, shut up now, i'm getting bored of this thread...

Leonie
13-02-2006, 03:07 PM
Pipe down, you! Who died to make you moderator? :icon_razz

Please ignore Digital_Ice's PMS and continue posting :)

Mandy
13-02-2006, 03:42 PM
oh, shut up now, i'm getting bored of this thread...

Even if you hadn't posted it, I'm sure someone else would have and you would've been bored with that one too. It was destiny.

Ranman
13-02-2006, 03:45 PM
No picking on Digital_Ice, He's my buddy, Don't make me unleash my pet Smeagol

duckula
13-02-2006, 05:00 PM
Gayest thread ever.