Girl next door Taylor Swift may be sweeter than apple pie on a summer's day, but she sure does have a lot of boyfriends. After being linked to Arnold Schwarzenegger's 18-year-old son Patrick Schwarzenegger over the 4th of July, Swift now only has eyes for Schwarzenegger's cousin, Conor Kennedy. We wish Kennedy the best of luck, because before he knows it he may be little more than a smudge of mascara-stained tears on Swift's check and a number one single on the Billboard charts.
Since we wish Swift nothing but roses and butterflies in her love life, we've put together a little something special. Introducing, Mr. Perfect. Made entirely of the very best parts of Swift's past celebrity boyfriends, he's all any girl would ever want in a guy. Oh my gosh, enjoy it, y'all!
Body Parts Key:
Hair: Conor Kennedy
Eyes and eyebrows: Joe Jonas
Nose and beard: Jake Gyllenhaal
Teeth: Patrick Schwarzenegger
Torso: Taylor Lautner
Arms: John Mayer
Legs: Tim Tebow
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[Photo Credit: David Curran/Splash News (Conor Kennedy), Bill Kostroun/AP Photo (Tim Tebow), WENN.com (Taylor Swift and all other body parts)]
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After garnering widespread praise (and an Oscar nomination for screenwriting) for his 2000 directorial debut You Can Count on Me Kenneth Lonergan was in-demand. In September 2005 the writer/director began production on a follow-up feature: Margaret which touted Anna Paquin Matt Damon Mark Ruffalo Matthew Broderick Allison Janney as well as legendary filmmakers Sydney Pollack and Anthony Minghella (The English Patient) as producers. The movie wrapped production in a few months time. The buzz was already growing.
Now six years later the movie is finally hitting theaters. So…what took so long?
The journey to this point hasn't been an easy one and it shows. If a film's shot footage is a block of granite and the editing process is the careful carving that turns it into a statuesque work of art Margaret feels like it was attacked by a blind man with a jackhammer. The film is a cinematic disaster a mishmash of shallow characters overwrought politics and sporadic tones. The story follows Lisa Coen (Paquin) a New York teenager who finds herself drowning in chaos after distracting a bus driver (Ruffalo) causing him to hit and kill a pedestrian (Janney). Initially Lisa tells the police it was all an accident but as time passes regret takes hold and the girl embarks on a mission to take down the man she now regards as a culprit. That's just the tip of the iceberg–along the way Lisa deals with everyday teen stuff: falling for her geometry teacher (Damon) combating her anxiety-ridden actress mother losing her virginity dabbling in drugs debating 9/11 and the Iraq War cultivating a relationship with her father in LA and more. There are about eight seasons of television stuffed into Margaret but even a two and a half hour run time can't make it all click.
For more on Margaret check out Indie Seen: Margaret the Long Lost Anna Paquin/Matt Damon Movie