Keira Knightly believes that English people are obsessed with spanking and she is no exception. Keira played Sabina Spielrein who has a relationship with her therapist Carl Jung in “A Dangerous Method” and in one scene she had to be spanked on her butt by her co-star Michael Fassbender, who portrayed Jung.
Keira claims she was barely asked about the erotic scenes when promoting the film – which also stars Viggo Mortensen as Sigmund Freud – in any country other than her British homeland, which has led her to deduce her countrymen are fetishists. Keira admitted that she and Michael only got through the spanking scenes by turning to booze. Read more…
Posing with body paint is almost exactly like posing naked, just with more creativity. I don’t know how you were celebrating “Titty Tuesday” yesterday, but this is what Coco was up to. She was getting all covered in body paint and becoming a Superhero. I’m not sure what her super powers are meant to be (mesmerizing mere mortals with her boobs?), but I love the touch of the fireball shooting from her hand. Very menacing. She gets an “A” for originality. But Coco is hardly the first celebrity to make body paint art. Click through to see some more painted ladies. [Who Say]
Body painting by RoByn Thompson of www.nycbodyart.com.
Salma Hayek may have recently admitted that she was acne-ridden and depressed for much of her 20s, but you wouldn’t know it from looking at her these days. The woman is the very definition of a classic Hollywood glamour girl and she happens to be very dedicated to doing charity and good works, too. She and her multi-billionaire husband, Henri Francois Pinault, attend lots of fashion shows together (it’s very cute!) and seem to provide a very loving home for their daughter Valentina. All in all, Salma turned out pretty damn awesome, despite — or maybe because of — her early-20s trouble. And we love her voluptuous curves and the way she really fills out a fancy gown. After the jump, 1o of our all-time favorite Salma styles.
“That was my first day [on the set] and that was a miserable day. It was smoky, it was hell, and I felt really uncomfortable. I’m not well-endowed, and those suits don’t really show you off in the most …”
– Mark Ruffalo talks about some of the, uh, challenges of playing Hulk in “The Avengers.” No need to finish that sentence, Mark. I know where you’re going with that thought, and I should tell you right now that I don’t care about the size. You have nothing to apologize for. You are well-endowed with other things: talent, hotness, humbleness, chest hair. We shan’t speak of it again. Now, undress me! [WOW]
Some clueless person in Brooklyn is looking for women to speak openly about not liking Ryan Gosling. Seriously, dude? It’s Not. Gonna. Happen. [Craigslist]
Alex Sturrock, a 31-year-old celebrity photographer, has been revealed by a UK magazine as the ex-boyfriend who allegedly inspired Adele’s latest album, 21. In fact, Alex Sturrock’s website features a whole gallery of photos of a young Adele, posing with props like a bulldog or a rose. A source told Heat:
“It was an intense period for them. They met through mutual friends and hit it off straight away. He shot her a few times and that was just it They spent all their time together – and when they weren’t together they would ring each other constantly.”
Previously everyone thought a chap named Slinky Sunbeam had inspired such hearbroken songs like “Someone Like You.” Put perhaps Adele was just trying to throw us off the scent? (Well, good, anyway, because that name is ridic.) Let’s find out some more about this Alex Sturrock character, shall we? Keep reading »