Golden Globe Awards 2012: List of Winners!

January 16, 2012 by Clark · Leave a Comment 

Did the 2012 Golden Globe winners go according to plan? Or were there any big surprises? Are the Oscar favorites more or less cemented right now? Read more

Glenn Close’s panties in a bunch over “lewd” Navy videos

January 6, 2011 by Clark · Leave a Comment 

If you haven’t been too busy reading juvenile movie blogs all week, you might have heard that Navy Capt. Owen Honors was recently fired as commander of the carrier USS Enterprise in the fallout from the release of some “raunchy”, “anti-gay” videos he made to entertain his “seamen” (sorry, one seamen joke, I couldn’t resist). Him being a budding filmmaker and all, I thought this story fell under our purview, so I’ve embedded a couple of the videos in question. They’re pretty boring, sort of what you might expect if Michael Scott from The Office was a ship commander. I’ve spent waaay more time than I would’ve liked watching these, only to see what was so offensive, and the worst thing I saw was a guy saying a “f*g clogged up the sh*tter!” My stars, men aboard ship making jokes about gay sex and masturbation??? Tread not on my monocle, for in my surprise it has fallen.

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Blood Stone 007 Preview

November 8, 2010 by Clark · Leave a Comment 

Blood Stone starts like anything Bond should: with a bang. In true Spy Who Loved Me style, 007 parachutes onto a private yacht, evades an enemy gunship, speedboats across Athens harbour and blitzes through oncoming traffic in his beloved Aston Martin DB-S. It might be on your console rather than your local multiplex, but Daniel Craig’s Bond is back. Unsurprisingly, there’s an international conspiracy, and only Her Majesty Secret Service’s finest, unperturbed by budget cuts, can unravel the mystery that surrounds the theft of Britain’s covert chemical weapon. Mixing elements of stealth and action, Blood Stone immediately reminds you of the two most recent films, the world’s least secretive spy moving in the same swift, predatory manner that we’ve come to expect from Daniel Craig’s 007. Whether stalking silently or rushing enemies all guns blazing, everything’s been made as slick and simple as possible – switching to different a…
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‘Michelle Williams & Ryan Gosling Talk ‘Toxic’ Sex Scenes

September 13, 2010 by Clark · Leave a Comment 

Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling play lovers caught in a disintegrating marriage in the upcoming romantic drama “Blue Valentine,” but playing husband and wife came with an on-set price.

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James Franco Talks Rumors: ‘I Don’t Smoke Pot – I’m Not Gay’

September 10, 2010 by Clark · Leave a Comment 

After taking roles in “Howl,” “Milk” and “Pineapple Express,” moviegoers have a few preconceived ideas about James Franco – and now the actor is setting the record straight.

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Jennifer Aniston Talks Sperm Banks With Jay Leno

July 28, 2010 by Clark · Leave a Comment 

Jennifer Aniston may be starring in “The Switch,” a movie about a single woman who uses a sperm bank to get pregnant, but the actress admitted she has no idea how such facilities even work

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Short Takes: Mickey Rourke May Play a Gay Rugby Star; Gangster Justin Bieber Gets a Biopic?!

July 20, 2010 by Clark · Leave a Comment 

 Short Takes: Mickey Rourke May Play a Gay Rugby Star; Gangster Justin Bieber Gets a Biopic?!

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Weekend Movie Roundup: Immaculate Inception

July 18, 2010 by Clark · Leave a Comment 

 Weekend Movie Roundup: Immaculate Inception

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Gwyneth Paltrow On Growing Up, Her New Cookbook & Getting ‘Comfortable’

July 9, 2010 by Clark · Leave a Comment 

At 37, Gwyneth Paltrow graces the August cover of Vogue’s Age Issue – and the star told the mag she’s happy to be in her thirties.

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Bwahaha, Spider-Man is Scarfield after all

July 2, 2010 by Clark · Leave a Comment 

Andrew Garfield Spider Man Bwahaha, Spider Man is Scarfield after all

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