Olivia Munn has a great agent because she just scored the role as Betsy “Psylocke” Braddock in the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse. X-Man director and producer, Bryan Singer announced the news via Twitter on Monday.
Munn, who has previously starred in such classics as The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange, Attack of the Show! and Three Matthew McConaugheys and a Baby, has also had bit parts in Chuck and Iron Man 2.
Apocalypse takes place a decade after Days of Future Past and is a seamless next step in the story. Continue reading
Was I lying?
By the way, this is a great look on Jennifer Lawrence in February’s Vanity Fair, but where have I seen this look before? I mean almost this exact same look? Do you know what I’m saying? Why does Ursula Andrews come to mind.. And I am not trying to be sarcastic, I’m honestly asking, do you know what these remind ME of? Of course you don’t.
Former ‘Attack Of The Show’ host turned actress Olivia Munn, admits that she ‘plucked’ her way into success.
The nerve-racked Munn who co-starred in ‘Magic Mike’ says that she suffers from an anxiety disorder that has caused her to make ‘certain’ decisions.
Munn, 32, says that she has an annoying anxiety-triggering habit of pulling out her eyelashes. The obsession, or psychological disorder is called “trichotillomania.”
Munn says that she doesn’t chew off her nails like some anxious people, she pulls out her eyelashes instead. Munn told the news outlet NYDailyNews, “I don’t bite my nails, but I rip out my eyelashes. It doesn’t hurt, but it’s really annoying. Every time I run out of the house, I have to stop and pick up a whole set of fake eyelashes.”
Trichotillomania usually develops at a young age, by kids who are stressed, anxious socially or just anxious in general. People who have it, pull out hair from their head, eyebrows, eyelashes or anywhere else on their body. After the hair is pulled out of the body, the relief or ‘sense of gratification’ chills out the anxiety.
Munn also told the site that she fears that people won’t like her. Munn said, “I don’t think anyone would describe me as weak, but I don’t want people to be mean to me.” She told the site a story about how she once ‘stood outside at a party because she was too nervous to go in alone’, and said she acted that way because of her social anxiety issue.
Munn is starring in new film “The Babymakers,” where she plays a wife who is desperate to get pregnant, so she encourages her husband to steal from a sperm bank.
Who would have thought you could pluck your hair into stardom?!
Man, things are really going well for Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer, stars of HBO’s hit show True Blood. First of all, they’ve got a massively successful show on their hands. Secondly, they’re in love. Thirdly, they’re getting married. And you thought the guys on Entourage had it good.
The couple is going to tie the knot, reps for the actors confirmed to People Magazine. This will be Paquin’s first marriage and Moyer’s second. He has two children from his first union. They’ve been dating since the show started filming and make no secret of their relationship.
No wedding date is set but I can guarantee one thing: it won’t be vampire-themed.