Cindy Crawford, that you?!
Seriously, the cut is impeccable on the runway walker!
Happy nerd prom, Kenny Cakes!
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Warner Bros is dealing with a hangover all right… a legal hangover!
Now almost 3 months later, Warner Bros is asking a judge to throw the lawsuit out because the bag was "artistically relevant" to the film.
WB adds the counterfeit bag "sets the stage for the relationship" between Teddy and Alan, "who shows more concern for his designer luggage than for Teddy’s comfort".
This lawsuit gives a whole new meaning to the phrase "unwanted baggage!"
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