Posts tagged "stephen dorff"

Tara Reid & Stephen Dorff, Two Mostly Unemployed Actors, Hang In Saint Tropez

So, while you’re busy toiling away at your desk, starring wistfully out the window and daydreaming about the beach, Tara Reid and Stephen Dorff, two people who have not been on the A-list (or B-list or, hell, even C-list) in years, are both on vacation in Saint Tropez, France. You know, taking a little break…

Amelia McDonell-Parry / July 11, 2012

Stephen Dorff Gives A Frame-By-Frame Analysis Of His Appearance In A Britney Spears Video

About a month ago, upon discovering an insanely sexy photoshoot of Stephen Dorff in VMan magazine (promoting his new movie “Somewhere”), I wondered, Where the hell has he been? Well, MTV has just reminded me that Dorff co-starred in the 2004 video for Britney Spears’ “Everytime,” which was her response to Justin Timberlake’…

Amelia McDonell-Parry / January 4, 2011

Remember Stephen Dorff? Well, He’s Still Super Hot

You know what I love? When a hot guy I totalllllly forgot about suddenly makes a comeback and BAM! I’m reminded of how hot he was and, best of all, am happy to discover that he’s still epically drool-worthy. Such is the case with Stephen Dorff. HELLO. Dorff — who made my lady parts wee…

Amelia McDonell-Parry / November 12, 2010

Old-School Wednesdays: Aerosmith’s “Cryin'”

In this classic video for Aerosmith’s 1994 hit “Cryin’,” Alicia Silverstone is having a bad day. Her boyfriend, baby Stephen Dorff, cheats on her, her car breaks down, and a hot dude tries to steal all her stuff. So she does what any fed-up lady would — and goes “over the edge” to piss her…

Julie Gerstein / September 29, 2010

Were You Born To Be A Porn Star?

Were you born to be a porn star? Me neither. But that’s the premise of “Born to Be a Star.” Written and produced by Adam Sandler, the comedy focuses on a Middle American nerd, played by Nick Swardson, who discovers that his parents were porn stars. Christina Ricci plays the born-into-porn dude’s girlfriend and Stephe…

Susannah Breslin / April 24, 2009