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SO young. Doesn’t he look young? With his hair rakishly long, even though there’s salt and pepper in his beard, it’s the most youthful RDJ we’ve seen in years. To me, anyway. And he’s hot. And so f-cking charming. And other than Johnny Depp, who’s as cool as Robert Downey Jr? Imagine them together in a movie? It could be a Michael Bay movie, I don’t give a sh-t, I still would. Full Story
I’m kinda over Bruce Willis’s I’m-the-chillest-badass-motherf*cker-on-the-block bullsh-t. Dude, we get it. You speak softly because your dick is big. You don’t react to anything because your balls are weighing you down. I mean it’s so obvious. But sometimes it seems forced. Full Story
Here’s Bradley Cooper in LA beginning work on The Hangover 2 this weekend. Writer/Director Todd Phillips has already confirmed that the sequel will take place in Thailand. Great. Well that’s original. And yes, the token Asian Mr Chow played by Ken Jeong will be along for the ride too with his small penis and his ching chong accent and kung fu shoes. Full Story
Dinner for Schmucks opens this weekend going up against Zac Efron’s Charlie St Cloud. Charlie so far is not receiving very good reviews. Dinner is faring better, but by no means great. Mixed reception at best from critics and many saying they’ve done a disservice to its French inspiration. Full Story
RDJ hit up a kung fu class yesterday, seen leaving after his workout, staying in shape for both the Sherlock Holmes sequel and the Avengers movie which is supposed to be one of the highlights of Comic-Con as they tease fanboys about Captain America and are expected to present the new Hulk who, at last check, was rumoured to be Mark Ruffalo. Full Story
It’s depressing that summer’s halfway through. It’s not depressing thinking about Fall Movie Season. This is when the good sh-t happens, when Academy baiting movies go into full court press, and when there are usually fewer tits and explosions at the box office, replaced by better scripts, better acting, better direction. Full Story