21 August 2007

worst on-screen chemistry

From UK Guardian
Poor Hayden Christensen and Natalie Portman have made it to No 1 in a "worst screen chemistry" poll, published by the screen advertisers Pearl & Dean, for their sparks-not-flying, fireworks-not-exploding relationship in Star Wars Episode II: Attack Of The Clones. They are, after all, two of the dullest actors in Hollywood; they are close in age anyway, and Portman is only slightly more feminine than her co-star.
Duh! Not surprising. She wore a doily on her head!

Star Wars Episode II: Attack Of The Clones

You can read about the other results here (Pearl and Dean).

I have watched half of Kingdom of Heaven on DVD. How gruesome. I decided to watch the rest another time.

So now I'm watching highlights of the V Festival 2006 on ABC2.


Anonymous said...

It was all Hayden Christensen's fault. Whomever casted him needs to be killed.

Hope you are doing well.

ACT said...

Ooh... that was harsh!

Hayden Christenson was good in Life as a House though.

Bogdan, the editor said...

I never saw "Life as a House."

But Hayden isn't even attractive... I mean, don't you want the female movie-goers to swoon??

I liked Natalie Portman in "Garden State."