|A post from George Takei's|
popular Facebook Page
|Jim Carrey brings a "Jim|
Carrey" quality to all of his
remain important to fans.
|Drew Barrymore saves whales in|
real life and on film in Big Miracle.
|"It's like people only do things|
because they get paid. And that's
just really sad." ~ Garth Algar
|Thankfully, Jack Bauer's loyalty to|
his country is stronger than his
loyalty to car makers.
|The slanket may not be product|
placement, but I wonder about the
|Lady Gaga speaks for herself... and maybe Diet Coke.|
|Betty White maintains her hip well.|
|Sheen describes himself|
as an "unemployed winner"
|Felicia Day: a model of|
the self-made celebrity
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Max Weber. The Theory of Social and Economic Organization. Ed. Talcott Parsons. ISBN 0684836408.
P. David Marshall. “New Media – New Self: The changing power of celebrity”. The Celebrity Culture Reader. ISBN 0415337925.
Paul McDonald. The Star System. ISBN 1903364027.
Rebecca Williams. “From Beyond Control to In Control: Investigating Drew Barrymore’s Feminist Agency/Authorship”. Stardom and Celebrity: A Reader. Ed. Su Holmes and Sean Redmond. ISBN 1412923212.
Walter Benjamin. “The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction”. http://www.marxists.org/reference/subject/philosophy/works/ge/benjamin.htm.