I couldn’t find any proof that Andrew Garfield was set to reprise Christian Bale’s role in the 2006 film The Prestige, but he sure looks like he borrowed one of Bale’s character’s disguises from the movie. Of course, he might just be sneaking into shows to steal acts from more successful magicians.
Judd Apatow, famed writer, director and producer, can now also call himself a magazine editor. He took over the editing duties for this months Vanity Fair for their first ever comedy issue. It may be their first comedy issue but it is just another in a long line of Vanity Fair issues that I’ll never purchase.
Why is this relevant to steeshes? There are 3 covers and each one includes a beautiful mustache.
Matthew McConaughey is slimming down to play the role of an AIDS patient in a movie called The Dallas Buyers Club. I wouldn’t ever say that someone suffering from AIDS looks creepy because it’s heartless and cruel, but an actor can look creepy – especially when we know how good he can look with mustache.
Denis Leary makes me laugh sometimes as a comedian, but he is very loud and angry which is difficult for me to take for long periods at a time. I prefer him in Rescue Me and I think he does a nice job in The Ref. It’s a pretty funny movie, though I don’t agree with the ABC-TV Los Angeles. First I don’t think watching a family fall apart during the holidays is “Hysterically Funny.” Secondly, how can a TV station review a movie? Finally, why doesn’t “Denis” rhyme with “penis”?
Richard Kiel is a very large actor, I think that’s why his shirt is so funny. You see, guns do kill people, in fact they do so all the time and it’s very tragic. However, because this gentleman is so terribly gigantic, it makes it seem like he is more powerful than the guns. Movies and fun!!!!
Thomas Jane likes to talk about how when he moved to Hollywood from Baltimore he was homeless and lived out of his car. I’m not sure if this picture was taken then or if it’s from Boogie Nights (It’s from Boogie Nights – I’m positive because I just watched it last night)?
Efren Ramirez showed off his sweet steesh in Napoleon Dynamite as Pedro. Then he must have done something horrible to someone important in Hollywood because he was in Employee of the Month with both Dax Shepard and Dane Cook, which I saw in the theater because I make a lot of bad decisions and I don’t know the value of a dollar.
Ernest Borgnine, long time actor & Oscar winner (presumably for BASEketball), has died at the age of 120. He made appearances in over 200 films and television shows. Rest in peace, you cuddly looking fella.
Darren Aronofsky is the director of such films as Requiem for a Dream, The Wrestler and Black Swan, among others. I have no doubt in my mind that this mustache was grown during the filming of Black Swan, specifically during the time he directed the erotic scene between Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis.
Lennon is probably best known for his role as Jim Dangle in the show Reno: 911!, but he is also a very successful screenwriter and script doctor. Most of his screenplays are written in collaboration with Ben Garant.
Their films have earned over $1.4 billion at the worldwide box office. Considering one of those movies is Herbie Fully Loaded, 1.4 Billion is even more impressive.
John Travolta might be in a little bit of hot water with a male masseuse. If you haven’t seen the allegations against him, feel free to check them out here. I’d explain more, but I don’t want to type some of the words used in the lawsuit in case my boss is tracking my key strokes.
Gene Hackman was a good actor. He retired in 2006 and has actually stuck to it. He’s been in a lot of good movies, but when I think of him I immediately picture the disgusting chain-smoking guy from Heartbreakers, which is a better movie than you remember.
Glenn Howerton plays Dennis Reynolds on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. He is not afraid to involve himself in the creepy parts of life, including prostitution, orgies and glory holes. This man is an American hero.