For Behind the Candelabra of course.
Says Michael Douglas, of his love scenes with Matt Damon (who plays his younger lover Scott Thorson):
“Once you get that first kiss in, you are comfortable. Matt and I didn’t rehearse the love scenes. We said, ‘Well—we’ve read the script, haven’t we?’ The hardest thing about sex scenes is that everybody is a judge. I don’t know the last time you murdered somebody or blew anyone’s brains out, but everyone has had sex and probably this morning, which means everyone has an opinion on how it should be done.”
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After last week’s bold move by Don Draper and Ted Chough on AMC’s Mad Men, the new guys are moving into the office of SCDP and chaos abounds. Peggy is greeted by Joan and takes over Harry Crane’s old office across the hall. The first meeting with all the partners leaves Pete Campbell without a chair. When Ted’s lady assistant offers hers to Pete he gladly takes it, but Ted gives her his chair and chooses to stand. All the ladies seem to secretly commend this act and it makes Pete look like a d-bag as per usual.
Pete is also dealing with mom problems. She has found her way to his Manhattan sex pad and thinks it belongs to his father. Even though she has pretty bad dementia she does connect the dots that Trudy has kicked Pete out and that he is a slime ball. Because Pete is dealing with his mother he misses a meeting with Mohawk when Don and Ted leave without him. Speaking of the battle of advertising executives… Read More »
Sure, it’s Mother’s Day, but that doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate the other best holiday of all time, Silly & Scary Sunday!
Just because this is a weekly holiday doesn’t make it any less special. I mean, where else can you see something as glorious as Zac Efron‘s face while doing lunges or Iggy Pop‘s face as he drinks Schweppes? Those are quality and we love it.
There was much more awesomeness in Silly & Scary land than just those two things though. Like did you know that no matter who you are, if you play tennis you’re going to end up looking ridiculous? It’s true! Read More »
Star of The Amazing Spider-Man, Andrew Garfield, has clearly done a good job of keeping himself fit and trim for his superhero costume because he managed to easily slip right back into it for filming of the sequel.
The 29-year-old was recently spotted shooting scenes for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in Brooklyn with co-stars Jamie Foxx and Paul Giamatti, respectively. Read More »