NYU / Writing for Magazines / X32.9527 / Non–Credit / $580 / SUMMER 2007

Writers, I know that it's difficult to squeeze out several pages worth of interesting info from celebs but from now on, you are no longer allowed to begin your article describing how the subject enters your world unless he/she Evil Kenivel's a vespa scooter through the window behind which you stand. I've been reading magazines for a long time and consequently reading the same interview intros for just as long.

We generally don't know need to know that Mischa Barton is late meeting you, or how Owen Wilson walks into the lobby of a Motel 6 in Duluth, Minnesota, or that Rene Zellweger is wearing lime green gouchos and appears frailer in person. Seriously people, stop.

1 comment:

Ralph said...

uh... why read or write an article about any of these people anyway?