Fugger: Rachel McAdams

Well Played, Rachel McAdams


Usually I don’t go for the keyhole dresses, but I think this looks great on her:

I think it’s because it’s fitted well, so everything is divinely wrangled in it. But it MIGHT be because the bodice makes a giant W, and it’s exerting mind control and subconscious suggestion to convince me to call it a Win and Wonderful and Well Played and Wow and WHEEEE and all manner of other complimentary Ws. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to go watch reruns of Will & Grace and listen to the Wicked soundtrack and buy a bunch of wigs and join Weight Watchers and wink at people and eat a Whatchamacallit. For no reason.

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Fug or Fab: Rachel McAdams


What happened with Rachel McAdams? Lately it feels like every movie she promotes is a movie I had no idea existed, and have read nothing about; doesn’t it seem like she should be on a hotter track than that? At least she can still console herself with the knowledge that she is freaking beautiful and has an angel’s complexion.

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Fugs and Fabs: Premiere of To The Wonder


Welcome back, Rachel McAdams. Won’t you stay awhile this time?

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Fug or Fab: Rachel McAdams


We’ve discussed before how Jessica Chastain has become someone with a lot more fashion sense ascribed to her than she probably actually has — meaning, the world really seems to want her to have unerring and wonderful taste, and thus people often like she does, as if The Secret is real and putting it out into the universe will make it true. But in fact she really doesn’t. That is how I feel about Rachel McAdams. She’s talented (though I’m a little worried about her taste in movies…), and she’s lovely, and so sometimes we do the math and think the answer will be, “She looks great.” But more often than not, the math is faulty.

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Unfug It Up: Rachel McAdams


It may be the easiest question ever, short of, “Cake or death?”

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Fabs and Fehs of Wimbledon’s Spectators/Gala


LOADS of people came out to watch Federer v. Murray this weekend, and who could blame them? What a match! Not to mention that Murray was classy and charming and such a tremendous good sport in defeat. I might have cried a little bit during his speech, and I absolutely wanted to hug him. (I still love you, too, Roger; you are ALSO charming and classy and sportsmanlike, and also your hair is looking fantastic and your little girls are adorable.) Let’s look at all the half-assed shots we managed to get of what everyone was wearing, and take a (fully-assed) peek at the winners. Can’t wait to head back to Wimbledon in a couple of weeks for the Olympics. Until then….

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Fug or Fab: Rachel McAdams


Someone needs to hand Rachel McAdams another really good movie. I mean, maybe The Vow is it, but I feel like The Vow can’t possibly be really good movie straight-up; it could be a really good movie for watching on an airplane, and it will definitely be a movie people have on their mental list of Movies I Secretly Look For On HBO Every Time I Do A Sweatpants Night On My Couch With A Bottle of Wine To Myself (see also: Love, Actually; The Holiday; anything where people find love in winter, really). But it’s doubtful that this movie will change the way anyone sees Rachel McAdams, or the roles that are offered to Rachel McAdams, and I think she’s too charming and talented to drift. She needs a game-changer. Not that it’s so bad to end up being the go-to girl for Nicholas Sparks or Nicholas Sparks Adjacent projects, mind, but… I guess what I’m saying is, I really loved Mean Girls. And she was so gorgeous in Wedding Crashers. Make me laugh again, Rachel. I can’t secret-cry with you ALL the time.

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