Mena Suvari is one of my favorite people ever, and last night she hit up the Toronto International Film Festival. Besides her role in Sex and Lies in Sin City (yeah, I haven’t heard of it either), the last acting job she had was back in 2004, and it was a guest spot on Law and Order: SVU. Why hasn’t this girl gotten any work lately? Remember how fabulous she was in American Beauty?
Wait, nevermind. Wikipedia is telling me that she has had work since then. In 2006, she was involved in a video game called Kingdom Hearts II. Well then, that clears that all up. Way to keep your nose to the grindstone, Mena.
You know what’s hot right now? The Malibu Lumber Yard. I know it sounds like something you’d hit up before trying to flip a house, but there’s more to it than that. The Malibu Lumber Yard is an upscale, eco-friendly retail site that had its grand opening last night.
The organizers of the opening night festivities must have done something right, because all kinds of famous people came out to show their support. People like Matthew McConaughey, Camilla Alves, Jewel, Mena Suvari, Vanessa Minnillo, Sean Stewart, Jerey Piven, Terri Seymour and Minnie Driver were all there.
Mena Suvari is the actress from the American Pie and American Beauty movies, both of which she was pretty good in. So why hasn’t she been in anything significant since? Seriously, her Wiki page tells me that the last thing she was in was an episode of The World Poker Tour. Talk about being in oblivion!
Still, last night she put on her drinking shoes and hit Bar Deluxe. At least her haircut is kind of cute!
I’m a firm believer that you can never have too much Mena Suvari. Ever since American Beauty, I’ve had a serious love affair with Mena Suvari. She’s gorgeous, intelligent and she can pick a movie role like nobody’s business. Love her!
Last night she attended the D’Amore By Marceau fashion show at the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in Los Angeles, CA with her fiance, Simone Sistito…and, um…what’s up with that dude’s eyes? His eyes in this picture remind me of those documentaries I’ve seen of people in churches going crazy and talking in tongues. It always starts with the eyes rolling into the back of the head, and the next thing you know the person is screaming “HABBABALCH GOMARZIO FA-LA-LA-LA-LA! TUMERINIC! BOTSWALA!”