Monday, September 28, 2009

5 ways to strengthen your belief in yourself

Sometimes we forget. Full article here:


No emails on my iPhone. Damn you Lotus Notes.

Dear Lotus Notes - I don't like you. Not only is it unintuitive, I find out today that it's nearly impossible to get it on my iPhone. And I do not jest when I say "nearly impossible," because it is.

Long story short - the only way to do it free is through a completely unsecured way of forwarding your Lotus Notes emails to Gmail and Google Calendar using a rule and tweaking some settings on your iPhone using instructions which make creating nuclear fission sound easy - kidding. But if you want to try it, here are the instructions: As for me, I'm too lazy to go through the hassle and deal with the complicated steps, especially considering I'm completely unfamiliar with Lotus Notes.

There is another "free" method, but you would have to join IBM's Lotus Greenhouse (I'm assuming it's a developer/software engineer group) in order to this next option, because so far, IBM has only announced "plans to support Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync in version 8.5.1 of Lotus Notes Traveler." In human language, this means that you can get Lotus Notes through Microsoft Exchange on your iPhone. Sigh. This one's a complete out for me.

Then of course there is iNotes Ultralite which lets you access Lotus Notes through the Safari browser interface, looks decent but the price tag is enough to give you sticker shock, at least for a consumer. According to the web site, it ranges from US$76 - $150.

Other third party applications out there that will let you use Lotus Notes on iPhone include PocketMac (US$24.95) and Notes Pro for Lotus Notes (US$14.99) but again, I'm not entirely sure how they work but these were recommendations that I found on the web and through Twitter. So far, reviews for Notes Pro isn't great.

PS: A Google search on "I hate Lotus Notes" comes up with more than 70,000 results.


Friday, September 25, 2009

Fashion Does Disney

Love it when my different worlds come together - from Refinery29, check out a selection of designer duds that channel the magical world of Disney.

Sleeping Beauty was my first Disney princess, I had the VHS and the book but having the unfortunate fate of growing up in a third world country (yes Malaysia, I love you but I still consider you a semi-third world country), I didn't get to have my very own Aurora ball gown and glass slipper, but hey it's never too late! Check out the gorgeous flowy Marchesa dress from the Spring '10 collection.

More, with Temperley channeling Cruella from 100 Dalmatians and March Jacobs with an Scottish Iago-inspired piece. Check out the entire list over at Refinery29.


Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Inglourious Basterds: Verdict - Must Watch!

Full disclosure: I'm a Quentin Tarantino fan, so it's only natural that Inglourious Basterds was a helluva ride for me. So if you're familiar with Tarantino's style - the lengthy but sharp dialogues, cool cameos (kudos if you've spotted Tarantino and Samuel L. Jackson - I only did the latter), tons of references to other Tarantino films, homages to Tarantino's film faves, lotsa campy blood, OTT characters and of course, all lovingly cradled together with a glorious soundtrack - then Inglourious Basterds is for you!

I honestly had no expectations of the movie, especially after Death Proof which was quite disappointing. And, I'm not fan of WWII movies. But I can't wait to watch the movie again when it's out on DVD - just so I can pause, rewind and replay scenes as needed! And trust me, with any Tarantino film, that's a must do. Great acting - did you know that this is Christoph Waltz (Col. Hans Landa) first American movie? He's only done German films in the past but it felt like he completely belonged in the Tarantino universe, with his stoic yet hilarious without trying delivery of the lines! For those interested, Waltz's next film is The Green Hornet! And props to Brad Pitt playing a down-home Yankee Apache - he has some of the best lines and delivers them to a tee! I loved the scene when Pitt's character Lt. Aldo Raine is masquerading as an Italian and he says: Bonjourno *insert heavy Southern accent*

It felt like the cast & crew of Inglourious Basterds had a super fun time making the movie, and it shows - it's a super fun movie to watch! On a personal note, here's a quick take on why I loved the film, besides everything above!
  • Eli Roth cleans up well! From certain angles, he reminds me of Zachary Quinto. Mmm - must add "have coffee with Eli Roth and Quentin Tarantino while they discuss their next project" to my list of things of I would love to do one day! And Roth is actually a pretty good actor.

  • Various scenes in Inglourious Basterds evoked memories of me watching other movies, which is strange sensation because typically it's a sense of smell that evokes memories but this was a visual & auditory feast - as Shosanna dramatically stands in front of the oversized round windows getting dressed for the Nation Pride premiere, it made me think of Blade Runner and I love that we could see a movie poster starring Bridget von Hammersmark outside the window; the shootdown between Frederick and Shosanna reminded me of True Romance; and the first time Fredrick meets Shosanna outside the cinema had tinges of Cinema Paradiso
  • The bar scene was classic - from references to King Kong to how Hugo Stiglitz's reaction to Major Dieter Hellstrom's presence at the table.
  • I loved how the script flows to and fro from French, German and English (and Italian!), and coupled with the fact that there were Germans speaking French, Americans speaking German, French speaking German - phew!

And to top it off, here's a selection of trivia from IMDB. PS: I spotted Samuel L. Jackson as the narrator! Muahaha. What's driving me nuts - where are the Red Apple cigs?
  • Quentin Tarantino started writing this movie before Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) but could not decide on a good ending
  • Tarantino approached Adam Sandler to play Sgt. Donny Donowitz. But Sandler had to turn it down because the schedule conflicted with the filming of Funny People (2009).
  • Did you recognize Goebbels' French interpreter Francesca Mondino? Yup - that's Julie Dreyfus, who played Sofia Fatale in Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003)
  • If you stayed for the credits, you'll notice that Maggie Cheung is near the top of the list of people that Tarantino thanks - why? Cheung was cast as Madame Mimieux, the previous owner of the cinema but the role was cut out of the final film - darn!
  • Leonardo DiCaprio was the first choice for Col. Hans Landa, but Quentin Tarantino then decided that a German speaking actor should play the part.
  • The very first scalping shown in the film on a dead Nazi is a dummy of Quentin Tarantino.
  • The final cut of the film ran 3 Hours and ten minutes.entin Tarantino and Sally Menke cut it down to it final length in 2 days before its first public showing.
  • Lt. Aldo Raine bears many similarities with Tristan Ludlow in Legends of the Fall (1994), also played by Brad Pitt. Both characters are American renegades fighting the Germans taking their victims scalps and they engage or have engaged in moon-shining. Ahhh, Legends of the Fall - my first Pitt movie.
  • Why King Kong (1933)? Apparently it was one of Adolf Hitler's favorite movies.
  • In the scene where Col. Landa (Christoph Waltz) strangles Bridget von Hammersmark (Diane Kruger), the hands doing the strangling are those of Quentin Tarantino.


Thursday, September 17, 2009

Sephora ION: Crazylibellule, Burt's Bees and Bliss!

I love surprises and boy, was I was swooning when I popped by the new Sephora store over at ION. I wasn't expecting much because Sephora at Takashimaya was quite disappointing when it first opened, carried your usual departmental store brands, so snore!

But Sephora at ION? That's a whole different story! I was literally bouncing up and down, felt like a kid in a candy store - half the time, it did really feel like a candy store because some products looked & smelled good enough to be nibbled and the other half of the time, I felt like I was reunited with old friends. Sooooo good to see the familiar brands that I'm used to back in San Francisco, and here are some of my lovelies.

Crazylibellule and the poppies
I first found out about this solid perfume during an interview with style maven Antonia and completely fell in love with the packaging. The great news is, Sephora now carries the entire range of Crazysticks (that's what they call their solid perfume) from Crazylibellule and the poppies! Crazylibellule is a tiny French company, and they offer with a wide range of scents that contains no alcohol, paraben or artificial coloring. It looks like a finger-size mini deodorant stick but oh, the packaging - it completely oozes charm! I'm betting that you'll get lots of oohs and ahhs when you whip out your own Crazystick!

Who can resist names like Shanghaijava, Poule de Luxe and scents like Vanilla Lemon Pie (my favorite!), Litchi Blossom and In Your Arms, which contains sandalwood, juniper berries, peach & cedar? For the curious, "libellule" means dragonfly in French.

Burt's Bees
I love Burt's Bees! I swear by their Beeswax Lip Balm with Peppermint and have used it for more than six years - through cold New York winters, San Francisco's foggy summers and Singapore's balmy days. And lo and behold, Sephora's Burt's Bees range is mind-blowing! They carry almost the entire product range, from their basic skincare range to the Naturally Ageless products. Completely buzzing with excitement now that I no longer have to stock up on lip balm like there's no tomorrow every time I'm back in the States! Ooo, and it helps that Burt's Bees is another feel-good brand - all their products use natural ingredients. So natural, it's safe for babies! You can't say no to Rosemary Soap Bars, Lemon Poppy Seed Facial Cleanser and Banana Hand Cream!

Ahhh...Bliss. The product name says it all. The New York spa brand's own range of products finally arrives on our shores. All I have to do is pop the covers of of any Bliss product and the scent transports me back to one of the calming, therapeutic spas. And no, lil' ol' me never had the chance to try one of their spa sessions, but I did hang out (as long as I could!) at the Bliss Spa at San Francisco's W Hotel when I was loading up on their products. With product names like FatGirl, LoveHandler, The Youth As We Know It and Soapy Suds - it's definitely products with attitude! I dare you to say no to their bath range, with smells like sage, lemon, blood orange, white pepper, bergamot - feels like I'm listing my favorite things!

And of course, Sephora also stocks Dr Hauschka, Frederic Fekkai, Too Faced and Bare Escentuals. I think I also spotted Cargo and Nars, but I could be wrong. Oh well, more reasons for another visit!


Wednesday, September 16, 2009

It's all in the details.

Check out these photos from Amy Atlas Events - now that's what I call a dessert table! You know you've done a absolutely gorgeous job when people spend more time staring and going ga-ga over the decor and setup than actually eating the food. So much detail!

Grabbed a few photos from Amy's web site but head over there for close-up shots of each setup. I'm usually not a fan of matchy matchy colors but New York-based Amy pulls it off to a tee! Classy yet whimsical at the same time. Can you believe that the favor candy bags in the pink birthday dessert table are tacked to the board with pink & white pushpins?

Amy Atlas Events:
Amy Atlas' Blog:
And of course, she's on Twitter and Facebook too!

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General Mills, will you hire me please!

LOL I bet you'll say the same thing after you read about the General Mills headquarters in Minnesota over at Bakerella. Bakerella is my all time fave blog for cupcakes and all things adorable & baked - thanks Krystle for sharing the site! And of course, Bakerella was invited along with other bloggers to a Eat & Greet event over at General Mills.

Take a peek inside General Miss through Bakerella's lenses here:

But here's why I loved the post and why I wouldn't mind (who am I kidding!) I would love to go to work at General Mills:
  • Duh - They make some of my favorite indulgences, yes Häagen-Dazs I'm looking at you!
  • Check out the view from their Betty Crocker kitchens! Drool.

  • They have their own food photography studio - I've always been fascinated with food photography, it's a tough job making someone go yums from a photo!
  • Beyond just on-site restaurants and cafes, they have a grocery store, childcare services, banking services, doctor's office, dry cleaners, hair salon, photo lab, fitness center and gas station, all on the premises.

For the uninitiated, General Mills is one of the oldest companies in the US, and if you've shopped in a grocery store, chances are, you've bought a General Mills product. Some brands under General Mills: Betty Crocker, Pillsbury (woohoo sorry couldn't resist), Häagen-Dazs, Cheerios, Yoplait, Progresso, Old El Paso.

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Heroes: 6 preview clips to kick off season 4

A tasting menu of what's to come in Heroes Season 4 - with clips featuring Robert Knepper (T-Bag from Prison Break) hinting that he might share a version of Hiro's time travel/freeze time power and Ray Park (Darth Maul) showing off his super speed - a tad lame if you ask me.

Not much is revealed so if you don't like spoilers, it's still okay to watch the clips. Just make sure that you're completely caught up on Season 1-3. The usual crew's there - Angela doing Company talk with Noah Bennett & Matt Parkman, Claire and Peter. No clips of Sylar though, such a pity. Gut feel is that we'll be seeing less of Sylar this season considering that he's been conveniently transformed into ugly Nathan.

Posted via web from I am Audrey.


Paranormal Activity: One heck of a trailer

Paranormal Activity uses a really cool way to market the film - by including audience reactions to the movie! Just shows you that it's not about the budget - it's about thinking about things differently.

The trailer actually feels scarier because you know you're a part of the audience and when you see the girls huddling up to their boyfriends or guys jumping out of their seats - you know you'll have a good scare, even if the storyline's not the most original.

What's hilarious is that as I was watching the trailer, my first reaction was to put to shield my eyes with my palms. Yes, I'm one of those annoying people who actually pay for my movie ticket to get scared.

Posted via web from I am Audrey.


Oh no you didn't!

UPDATE: Whoa, Bryanboy in WSJ!

Ooo -- this is why I'm a bigger fan of the US than the UK (o, it's not THE one reason, but one of the many bazillions).

It's New York Fashion Week and InStyle US hinted at a shift of power with fashion bloggers such as Bryanboy, Susie Bubble and Rumi Neely taking front row at the Michael Angel show.

From InStyle US: "It seems fashion bloggers are the new It crew at New York Fashion Week..."

But from across the pond, just a month ago, the feroush Bryanboy so helpfully pointed out, InStyle UK had this to say about Bryan Boy in a round-up of fashion bloggers on the Internets:

From InStyle UK: Bryan Boy – Another small time fashion blogger made good. So good infact Marc Jacobs named a bag after him!

Lesson to be learned here: Never call anybody "small time." Honestly, no small time blogger gets that much love from the Marc Jacobs! I may not have a job with InStyle but at least I know "in fact" as a phrase should be two words instead of one. And honestly, the writing needs work - the InStyle UK writer definitely did not do justice to the fantabulous fashion bloggers.

PS: I have big love for fashion bloggers coz it's refreshing to see real people rocking designer duds coupled with their own sense of fierce style. And granted, the bloggers tend to have louder fashion style & voices than the general public, but who wants to be the general public - snore. Somehow, although the price tags are still incredibly shocking, the duds seem somehow more accessible in the hands of these bloggers. Repeat after me: Who needs to eat when you're rockin' that Louboutin!


Tuesday, September 15, 2009

UNURTH Street Art: The Melting Man of Berlin


Twitter Stats Simplified

I love it when good information is beautifully represented.

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Monday, September 14, 2009

New Moon: New Trailer, More Jacob Black.

I might actually want to catch Twilight: New Moon after watching the exclusive new trailer for New Moon that premiered at the MTV Video Music Awards. It's probably because this trailer features the because the Volturis are involved, and the idea that Bella is risking her life to get glimpses of Edward is kinda cool. For the record, I've never read any of Stephenie Meyer's books so my reaction is purely for the film. Twilight: New Moon is starting to feel like what Underworld should have been but completely failed at. Kate Beckinsale = snore. Can't believe there might be an Underworld 4.

If you're a Taylor Lautner / Jacob Black fan, be sure to head over to Apple Trailers for a short clip, "Meet Jacob Black" preview where you'll get a healthy serving of shirtless Jacob.

If I had to choose, I'm playing for Team Jacob - and that's saying a lot considering that I'm a vampire fan and I love tall men. Taylor Lautner's nose looks weird but Rob P gives vampires a bad name -- how can he leave Bella knowing the pain that she'll endure missing him? But come on, how is it a fair fight when Jacob is dark-haired, muscular, tan and smiles, while Edward is pasty, broods, borrows hair gel from Stiller's character from There's Something About Mary and glitters in the sun? I like my vamps to melt in the sun, not glitter -- then again, betcha Adam Lambert wishes he glittered. Kidding, love Adam.

If you watch the Jacob Black clip on Apple Trailers, you'll notice that the URL -- I'm disappointed that it simply re-directs back to The Twilight Saga web site. Same for Surprised that the marketers aren't playing up the rivalry, considering that there are ton of Jacob vs Edward goodies that can be customized for each site - at least change the landing page! It can't cost that much to have customized character sites - if I put myself in the hoodie/jeans/Converse of a 11-year-old teenage girl, I would totally go ga-ga insane over.


Sunday, September 13, 2009

Lady Gaga: Mental or Genius?

Lady Gaga performing Paparazzi at this year's MTV Video Music Awards. This woman is one amazing performance artist man. I can completely imagine the crowd going mental! Magic begins at 3:20.


Weeds: Your very own spliff bouquet!

I just started watching Weeds a few weeks back and I'm now on Season 3 - love Mary Louise-Parker, really good writing and acting -- all contained in a snappy a 25-min episode. Season 5 recently wrapped up Aug 30 and everyone's talking about how the finale takes different turn for the new season!

If you follow my blog, you'll know that I'm a big fan of creative movie marketing, and this example used by Sweden's TV6 channel is another one to add on the books! Check out the bouquet that was sent to press! I love that the entire thing was even rolled to look like a giant joint. And if you're wondering, it's legal because it's a hemp plant minus THC, which is the main psychoactive substance found in the plant.

Source: The Ads of the World via @Flipbooks

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13 Things to Do on Twitter Besides Tweet

The next time someone asks, "So what's so great about Twitter? Isn't it just status updates?", you'll have a brilliant answer to share with them!

From exchanging business cards using twtBizCards to sharing files with FileSocial, check out the full article from Mashable: 13 Things to Do on Twitter Besides Tweet

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Friday, September 11, 2009

Too cute! Babies for amusement.

There are times when pets & babies serve the same purpose - pure, selfish amusement. And what better way to exploit these bundles of joy than to dress them up as tiny sundaes, lil' skunks, cows and owlets?

Check out Tiny Tangerine's store for more:


Thursday, September 10, 2009

Anna Sui dresses Gossip Girl

Today is turning out to be Fashion Friday on my blog. Makes me want to do a round of shopping over at ModCloth and I'm still hunting down a gold disc necklace that I saw on Weeds and I'm completely in love with it!

If you're an Anna Sui and Gossip Girl fan, this is likely your pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. From September 13 through October, you'll be able to buy to your heart's content the Anna Sui Collection for Target, inspired by Gossip Girl characters Blair, Serena, Vanessa and Lil' J. There are only 19 looks in the collection but lots of options to mix and match. If you must, the collection will be available at selected Target stores and

I like Anna Sui's concept of the rock & rock doll-like girl with a dash of vintage, and I'm a big fan of the outfits from Gossip Girl but nothing is screaming "buy me" from the look book - but there are some really fun ideas to wear outfits that you'll probably already have in the wardrobe. And if you like fall colors, the collection's made for you - from warm autumn browns, dashes of blue hues and it won't be Anna Sui without a generous dose of black lace! I don't buy clothes from Target (it's not Target, it's just that the last time I shopped for clothes at departmental stores was when Mum had to take me shopping) but if I had to pick one to wear, it'll probably blue & yellow flower brown print dress.

Check out some of the Gossip Girl girls at Anna Sui for Target launch party. Hmm, Emma Stone (Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, The House Bunny) may need to have a heart-to-heart with her stylist - she's bound to appear on the Who Wore It Better List. Sigh.

Here's a peek into the Gossip Girl-inspire Anna Sui for Target collection, for more, head over to The Cut or Nitrolicious.

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Sex and the City brings back the 80s!

The Sex and the City costume department can do no wrong! Sarah Jessica Parker and crew are bringing the 80s back in full force - check out the photos of the girls on set of the Sex and the City 2.

Ms Bradshaw is very Madonna-esque with her black lace gloves and stockings, and love seeing a different reincarnation of the tutu! I see shades of Cyndi Lauper too with the tutu layered over the knee length tights! Samantha is a complete rock chick from head to toe - crazy big hair and red stiletto ankle boots! Only the women SATC can pull off cropped denim jackets, leopard print and see-through jeans without screaming street walker! Miranda is hilarious - she looks like she stole Danny Patridge's haircut. But honestly, besides the hair, I still see people in the financial district dressed the way Miranda does - power suit with white shirt, collar outside the jacket (brr!) and of course, sneakers for the rat race. Charlotte's well, Charlotte - but with a wilder streak of green.

Source: Access Hollywood


Where The Wild Things Are: New Character Posters!

New character posters from Spike Jonze's Where The Wild Things Are. There's something very dreamlike and serenely beautiful about the movie and the same feeling is carried out with the trailers, the theme song and now, the posters!

Source: Movieweb


Wednesday, September 09, 2009

American Idol: Ellen DeGeneres replaces Paula Abdul!

It's official! Paula Abdul has been replaced! According to Variety, Ellen DeGeneres announced on her daytime talk show that she will join Simon, Randy and Kara as the fourth judge on American Idol. I guess after eight seasons, the producers finally realized that Paula was more effective as comedic fodder (bet you people took bets on how high she would be every night) than as a judge. I mean, has she ever given a negative criticism? I applaud her for her enthusiasm but woman, have an opinion!

So why pay Paula so people can laugh at her when you can have a sober crowd-pleaser like Ellen? That way, the audience are laughing with Ellen. Ellen's quirky and real but I think she'll need some time to ease into her new seat on the American Idol panel. Reading the news on Variety, it hit me - Ah, Ellen's appearance as guest judge on the last season's So You Think You Can Dance was an audition! To test the TV waters, to see Ellen could possibly bring in the ratings. Personally, I felt Ellen was way to easy on the dancers. So I'm hoping to see less rah-rah, more funny / tongue-in-cheek comments from Ellen on American Idol. Idol needs a Mary Murphy! I can't believe I'm saying this but Mary Murphy used to annoy the hell out of me every time she laughed/screamed but strangely, she grows on you!


Great. New iPod nano shoots video, my stupid iPhone 3G does not.


Tuesday, September 08, 2009

Waffles on Wheels!

Writing this post is making me hungry. Love this simple, cost effective and fun marketing idea that's been garnering quite a lot of media coverage. Stumbled across Waffles & Dinges over at SEM. Waffles & Dinges is the brainchild of Thomas DeGeest, who with his wife (who he lovingly calls "Waffle Lady") drive a truck around New York City selling Belgian waffles!

Here's the catch: If you want their yummy, warm, fluffy waffles - you have to know where their next stop is! And to do that, follow WafflesTruck on Twitter! Waffles & Dinges also do mini contests for secret passwords and challenges via Twitter, with winners getting extra toppings or free waffles! @WafflesTruck has more than 3,000 followers, not bad for a 2-year-old waffle truck business selling only in NYC!

I think DeGeest is kidding about being part of the Belgian Ministry of Culinary Affairs but he used to work for IBM as a management consultant! LOL, now that's a yummy career move! If you're like me, stuck outside of NYC and with no WMD (Waffle of Mass Delicious-ness) in sight, head over to Waffles & Dinges web site, blog, Facebook or Twitter page for more golden brown goodness. Hungry!


Halloween ideas from Etsy!

I love for unique items, be it jewelry, clothes or stationery - not to mention that I have the world as my shopping mall, just a mouse click away! But one of the best things about Etsy is the daily emails - which highlights items from Etsy depending on the theme of the day, it gets my creative juices running!

Whether you want to jazz up a store-rented costume or want something completely original, check out these super cool finds from Etsy. Keep up the love, Etsy Finders!

1. Mustache! One of my bestie Fe's fave idea for a night out on the town.

2. Blackbird Masquerade Mask - This feels like it just came off the set of The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus! Love!
3. Walk those bones with Skeleton Flats. Witchy witchy!
4. The Classy Mad Hatter - This hat screams Depp!
5. Blood Drop Earrings & Necklace - Ahh, True Blood, True Love. You know you're a Fangbanger.

And who says you have to wait till Halloween to dress it up? This is totally on my shopping list!
6. Fluttering Butterfly Thigh-Highs
7. Scorpion Ties!


Twestival Cities 2009

Creative & fun. Be sure to head down to your local Twestival this weekend!

Posted via web from I am Audrey.


Monday, September 07, 2009

Green Hornet: Jay Chou is Kato?!

I honestly don't know what to expect of The Green Hornet, and you read about my early reaction the casting here. The soup just gets weirder. With Michel Gondry on helm as director and Seth Rogen as Britt Reid, Nicolas Cage as villain and now, Jay Chou as Kato? I'm really hoping that this "superhero" movie takes the Shaun of the Dead route - which was really funny & different, because there's absolutely no way I can Seth Rogen seriously as a lead crime-fighting super hero, not even 50 pounds lighter!

A bunch of photos on set with Jay Chou hanging out with Cameron Diaz over at JustJared or head over to /Film for on set photos of Seth Rogen and Jay Chou's not so attractive body double - since when is driving considered a stunt?!


Ready to get your hands dirty?

Ahh, nothing inspires like a well-delivered, well-communicated message that hits all the right notes.

Check out the poster art by artist Roland Tiango, stumbled on via Blankanvas.

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