The Bloomingdale estate would seem to be something of a second choice for Ford--always painstakingly scruffy-chinned with a photogenically
smoldering gaze--and his husband, magazine editor and writer Richard Buckley, who earlier this year were widely rumored and reported to have engaged in an ultimately unsuccessful negotiation to pay $53 million for the former Cubby Broccoli estate in Beverly Hills, now owned by developer and boutique hotelier Brad Korzen and maximalist decorator Kelly Wearstler.
Both cats now sprawled photogenically
on table, Harvey's left paw gently curving around peppermill, Lola's expression one of dreamy Whiskas Temptation satiation.
The tall, idiosyncratic style so suitable for feathered occupants lends itself photogenically
to residential conversion.
All the phones in the square were glued to ears of the Fourth Estate who were there in force, their hungry eyes desperately searching the crowd for somebody who was about to do or say something dramatic and, hopefully, photogenically
Exuberantly worked over at what was most assuredly jaw-dropping expense in a plush, high-glam fashion by maximalist decorator Kelly Wearstler, the condo provides a 14-foot closet-lined foyer, a 30-foot living-dining room with gold-toned mirrored walls, and a compact kitchen fitted with emerald green cabinetry photogenically
juxtaposed against brass fixtures.
It's a doomed romance but plunge in anyway, and following a brief hiatus, Gere reverts to type with a former girlfriend before realising the meaning of true love as Ryder becomes photogenically
sicker and has elegant fainting spells and things plod their icky way to the will he find a surgeon, will she pull through finale.
There are a few too many shots of him pacing photogenically