A brilliant sequel to the bubble blowing incident.
We like this video response, too. Language alert!
We suggest you read the whole thing but you certainly should not miss this part -
Your character in this film, Dave, could be quite the sexual role model for full-figured men.
I think I’m going to be asked to appear on the cover of “All American Bear”. It’s pretty brave of Richard (Curtis, the director) to cast a 20 stone man in a romantic role. It’s not everyday you get to just wander around naked and people don’t give a sh*t.
Tom Sturridge (the film’s lead) said the one scene he’d always remember was being naked with you in a tiny boat bathroom.
If you had to show an alien race how different the human form can be I think Tom would be at one end and I’d be at the other. If you get the Blu-Ray version and pause, you will see a sliver of nut. Two hands couldn’t contain my range.
And yes, in case you’re wondering, we have screen caps of the nude scene. Stay tuned, we’ll post them as we approach the Nov. 13 release date. [College Humor]
God, remember Gareth Mason? The hefty hottie with the crazy dance moves and incredible flexibility?
He’s starring in a new TV Pilot called Band Edge, a comedy about a rapping boyband, which has just been posted to YouTube. You can watch the trailer below but if you’d like to watch the entire pilot episode head over to the Band Edge YouTube channel.
Cute Canadian alert! Not that we know too much about Canadian politics, but we DO know that little peak of chest hair coming out of Canadian Minister of Public Safety Peter van Loan’s shirt is quite delightful. Thanks to the submitter for sending this look of Peter our way.
Wild Mook (think a cross between a book and and magazine) is a Japanese fanzine from the 1980s dedicated to American police culture. Love this quote via BoingBoing about the creator, Haruo Mizuno:
[Mizuno was] so obsessed with American cops that he actually managed to talk the NYPD and LAPD into letting him ride along with officers. This amazing book is but one of dozens he authored on the topic. None sum up the Japanese fascination with the American power aesthetic as much as this fetish-like pastiche of uniform, hamburgers, weapons, and mountains of french fries, though.