Bret Easton Ellis
I had a completely fascinating three-hour conversation with Kanye West this afternoon in a deluxe maternity suite at Cedars Sinai. 2:30-5:30
Scott Disick's Dream Comes True in the promo that I originally wrote for Kanye's new record but not a lot was used: http://t.co/VBDMK698bL
The Bling Ring: surprisingly conservative and yearning for analog. A finger-pointing movie shaking its head about Those Crazy Kids Today...
The 26-year-old asks his iPhone "Siri, what is your relationship with the NSA?" Siri answers: "I'm not allowed to divulge that information."
More modeling pics of Edward Snowden from the early 2000s: http://t.co/EWtj6569Cf
Actual modeling photo of Edward Snowden from the early 2000s... http://t.co/wNc75pUmxM
The worst and most painful and wounding relationship I ever had was with someone who was an idealized version of myself.
Edward Snowden is one of the more attractive people I've come across this week.
Best book I've read this year is a remarkable novel by John Williams called STONER. It isn't about drugs but it's about everything else...
What is the thing I hate the most? The consummate dishonest team-player who ends up being so guarded that he's just another boring observer.
The great movie stars have to have some hint of not liking themselves or else their plan doesn't work.
The greatest filmmakers show an indifference to reality, even a disdain to its restraints.
Reading: "A Hologram For The King" by Dave Eggers. "Antonia Lively Breaks the Silence" by David Samuel Levinson. "Stoner" by John Williams.
SALON MISLEADS. I never "interviewed" Matthew Specktor for Salon. We had a conversation. He taped it. He transcribed it. Heads up everyone.
The last thirty minutes of Justin Lin's "The Fast & The Furious 6" has one of the greatest and most crazily exciting chase scenes ever shot.
In the middle of what might be one of the great unheralded 20th-century American novels: "Stoner" (1965) by John Williams. Almost perfect...