Inglorious bastards

Brad Pitt as the Nazi-hunting Lieutenant Aldo Raine.Diane Kruger as the stunning German screen actress Bridget von Hammersmark.From left, Laurent, Christopher Waltz as Colonel Hans Landa, Omar Doom as P.F.C. Omar Ulmer, Daniel Brühl as Frederick Zoller, Quentin Tarantino, Eli Roth as Sergeant Donny Donowitz, Kruger, and Pitt.

"The spellcheck-defying Inglourious Basterds, premiering this month in Cannes, has been described as Pulp Fiction meets The Dirty Dozen meets The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, set in Nazi-occupied France. Brigitte Lacombe invades the set of the latest from Quentin Tarantino, who provides an exclusive scene from his script for the May issue of Vanity Fair".

Caleb Followill from "Kings of Leon".

I dig Kings of Leon, but one of the members of the band, Caleb, made a mock commentary about my hot crush Emile Hirsch during an Australian gig, calling him "a little bastard".
Here you can listen to the complete interview.

That hurt one corner of my fangirl-pumping heart. Why do these guys insist on acting in such a bratty mode? That's the same when it was rumoured a sort of feud in Sundance between Michael Cera and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, please don't ever make me choose a side when we are dealing with such fine specimens, ok?
Emile Hirsch is a beau gosse and he must provoke gobs of male cattiness. I remember a lame romance movie starring Amanda Peet, and she told Ashton Kutcher how she was climbing in her dating profile having replaced musicians for actors. And he agreed with her, because actors were way better (at least in the looks department) than rockers. That's quite the truth, weirdos. There are some that can play in both fields, as Ryan Adams (who dated Wynona Ryder, Parker Posey, Mandy Moore and other Hollywood hotties), sometimes even "indie" folk rockers as Beck, Paul Westerberg, Jeff Tweedy, etc. have been chased by silver screen dames, but Hollywood movies' scale is bigger and wider than music circuits. If Michael Cera only had a band, would he be so awkwardly desired by so many chicks? Even in a mainstream band, you don't usually reach the exposure of one "en masse" hit as "Juno". And the image attachment, the story that a film contains within is tops when compared to the most vibrating concert of a band executing their record. Well, rant is finished... so I'm going to listen to a couple of songs of Kings of Leon while I browse some piccies of the King of hotness Mr. Hirsch.

extra tidbit:
Emile Hirsch's ex Amanda Seyfried is also a fan of The Kings of Leon.

James Franco and Emile Hirsch. James Franco with guitar.
Jake and his trumpet.