Better late than never, but I added some more photos to the Paris Fashio Week albums and also another candids album showing her out and about in Paris with friends two weeks ago.
Not surprisingly, National Liar – 2 weeks late to the ‘celebrity-bullying-party’ – does another 100% untrue piece on Meg this week. All based on one or two carefully selected photos from the PFF, ignoring the other 100 where she looked just fine of course. Pathetic. To all those who buy rags like National Enquirer or Star Magazine or read them or their websites: please spend your money and time on CHARITY and POSTIVE things instead of wasting it on rags who tell you nothing but 98% lies week after week in hopes of making money of you!!
The main reason this fan site came to be some years ago was to create a site where fans can read up on Meg Ryan, her career and life, without having to read through all kinds of negative stuff. So I try to keep the negativity away from here, but sorry I feel like venting a bit today. Its in this separate post, so you can choose to ignore it if you want to.
I can’t post the photos of the Tuesday Georges Chakras fashion show in the upcoming post without at least saying something about the funny, yet strange and kinda sad thing that happened where a bunch of low-life gossip websites – and more serious websites who these days do nothing but copy-paste from those sites without research – suddenly now have decided they don’t ‘recognize’ Meg Ryan’s face anymore, when less than 24 hours before that (!) they had been saying she looked absolutely fantastic at the other runway show on Monday (see the post below for pix of Meg looking FABULOUS at that show).
Now, you’re not going to see me say here she never had any work done, because I think she did, but hello, it’s *her* life. In my humble opinion she still looks good, but feel free to disagree. It should in this case however not give other people – whether gossip writers (refuse to call them journalists, sorry) or people posting in response at the comment sections and on social media – the right to spout all kinds of nonsense or post the most ridiculous things about another person.
Of course – as fortunately more and more people are becoming aware of – this is mostly part of the ‘trick’ the gossip websites and a lot of other news outlets have been doing with female celebrities for years now, even the absolute prettiest ones: carefully search through loads of photos taken at an event or in the street and picking the worst few photos they can find, ignore the good ones and then fabricate stories around it. Every day now they attack female celebrities of all ages with screaming headlines ‘Oooohhhhhhmyyyyyygaaaaaaawd, she’s overweight/she’s shocking skinny/she had work done/she has wrinkles/veins/cellulite!’ and so on and so on. It’s gone from bad to worse these past few years. And they do this for one reason only: because those stories and photos, sadly, attract the most readers and thus earns them the most MONEY.And then of course the rest of the media sees that and quickly does the copy-paste thing because they don’t want to be left out, not caring at all if what they just copied is actually true. It’s just further prove of how low the media in general has sunk these days.
As for those people filling the comment sections or their social media accounts with just the c-r-a-z-i-e-s-t comments in response to those articles, I always wonder how those cyberbullies would like it if other people were saying these things about their own sister, their girlfriends, their mother or their daughter? A lot of people think they can just say anything online because there are no consequences and confuse being rude and vile with being funny.
In the end though, all those nasty comments and articles, they tell us so much more about the ‘meanies’ writing them, than the people they write about.
END OF RANT
Sorry for not posting these sooner and super sorry for not replying to e-mails the past two weeks, will do so today and tomorrow!
These new candids show Meg out in NYC in a good mood last Monday, where she ran into comedian Billy Eichner taping his show ‘Billy on the Street’, only this time by coincidence! He asked her some geography questions and by the look of it, she got the answer right!
Another nice article about the upcoming indie movie ‘Fan Girl’, website Neontommy has a short interview with the director Paul Jarrett up at their site this week:
In the wake of a successful Los Angeles Film Fest premiere in June, first-time feature film director Paul Jarrett was more than happy to talk about the value of connecting with the fans of his new movie, “Fan Girl.”
The indie film (…) stars acclaimed actress and rom-com fave Meg Ryan (“When Harry Met Sally”), rising star Kiernan Shipka (“Mad Men”) and Kara Hayward (“Moonrise Kingdom”). It’s a “high school comedy for the 21st century” whose clever, decidedly meta plot explores what it means to be a fan — of music and filmmaking itself — and features authentic sound from the real-life pop punk band All Time Low.
“The more things change, the more they stay the same,” Jarrett says of the social media-obsessed “fangirl” generation on which the film draws its ironic and artistic inspiration, and its observational, Instagram-esque cinematic style. “It’s encouraging, and it’s fun to shed a sort of silly light on it.”
But the telling of a quirky story about one girl’s (“Telulah” played by Shipka) relationship with the still-emerging world of social media needed an anchor from days gone by. The big get, of course, was getting megastar Meg Ryan to sign on to play Telulah’s mother. Jarrett says they bonded over being newbies at feature film directing — him with “Fangirl,” and her with the forthcoming “Ithaca” — and Ryan felt an immediate connection to the screenplay as a parent.
“She read it and she loved it,” he said. “It’s the most important relationship Telulah has [with her mother].” (…) SOURCE
It’s Thursday and about time for another throwback Thursday #TBT picture. This one is from our facebook page and is a movie still with Stephen Fry from the movie I.Q. (1994).
Added a new set of pictures of Meg Ryan and daughter Daisy shopping for books and getting a drink in Soho NYC on Sunday afternoon.
And really, National Liar, ehh Enquirer, again the same nonsense this week? Yes she ended her realtionship with Mellencamp again several months ago, see here, but no, this was not because of him not moving to NYC (typical NE fantasy). Her marriage to Quaid fell apart mostly because of his affairs and her son finished at NYU two years ago and she has not been looking at any apartments since she already bought one 2 years ago, where she lives now with Daisy. Rant over.