Two days, y’all. That’s 48 hours until Channing Tatum thrusts his hips on the big screen in “Magic Mike”. At this point, I’ve watched the trailer (and you can watch it above!) more times than I could count and my enthusiasm for the movie — which I predict will be both entertaining and funny and a really good film in the artistic sense — is through the roof. Here are six things I’m most looking forward to about “Magic Mike.” (With bonus GIFs after the jump!) Keep reading »
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s an extremely blurry Angelina Jolie as the evil Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty! Angie is busy filming the film “Maleficent” in England and it looks like she’s getting to indulge her love of danger. [Photo: Fame/Flynet]
Uggie may have been unfairly denied an Academy Award nomination, but his legacy is cemented regardless. The furry star of “The Artist” has become the first dog to have his paws imprinted at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. I couldn’t decide which photo was the most adorable, so I downloaded a bunch. Enjoy — and congrats, Uggie! [Photos: WENN]
In honor of the movie that every woman and gay man with a pulse will be masturbating to come Friday — and what at least one critic has called “The ‘Citizen Kane’ of stripper movies” — I have scoured the internet and assembled all the “Magic Mike” GIFs worth drooling over. Behold, bare asses, pelvic thrusts, grinding hips, T-shirts being ripped off, and other various states of the hot cast undressed. (Duh, NSFW.) You are so fucking welcome.
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“Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part 1″ had the wedding, the gown (!), and sexy vampire sexy sex. Oh, and shirtless werewolf hunks. Now the trailer for the last movie in the “Twilight” series, “Breaking Dawn, Part 2,” is here and there’s no way it can compare. The final part of the saga is all about Bella and Edward trying to protect their daughter Renesmee — who, this being a “Twilight” movie, is fearing for her life — and an epic werewolf/vampire battle with the Volturi. Twi-hards may be into it, but as a somewhat apathetic fan, I really think I could skip this one. But of course, I will take my movie-going cues from noted cinéaste James Franco, per usual.