Kilmer, who appeared alongside the Aussie actress in the 2003 Western The Missing, kicked off his peculiar rant on Friday by claiming he once flew to Blanchett's home to see her — but (thankfully) was met by her husband Andrew Upton instead.
Sharing an up-close-and-personal selfie, the 57-year-old wrote:
However, there has been serious shit that has gone down over the years. Which is why we want to know if you, our Perezcious readers, remember it all! No, really. If you consider yourself a pop culture junkie, be sure to test your Hollywood drama knowledge in the quiz (below)!
On Wednesday, it was revealed that police were called to a Cleveland-based Taco Bell after an angry customer held-up the drive thru line because they didn't have her sauce of choice on hand. STOPPPP IT!
It's so crazy that a five-year-old child trapped inside of a 70-year-old's body can be President! Never stop chasing your dreams, y'all!
Donald Trump had quite the playtime on Thursday when he met with truckers and industry CEOs regarding healthcare — and of course he was sure not to miss a photo op as he hopped behind the wheel of an 18-wheeler, pretending to drive and honking the horn.
THIS is the person we put in charge of our nuclear codes. Just a friendly reminder.
On Wednesday, it was revealed that Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, was secretly employed by Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska around a decade ago. His job?? To help Russian President Vladimir Putin squash anti-Russian sentiments across the former USSR. Whoa.
This directly contradicts with the Trumpster's claims that Manafort had never worked for Russian interests. *scoff*
According to the Associated Press, Paul proposed a confidential strategy as early as 2005, where pitched that he would influence the media, as well as political and business dealings, all in favor of Putin's government. The businessman eventually signed a $10 million dollar contract with the aluminum magnate, who is a known Putin ally.
It's said Paul and Oleg's working relationship lasted until 2009. In one memo to Deripaska, the 67-year-old wrote: