Conservatives hate White House Down. Brietbart.com called it "unrelenting liberal propaganda disguised as popcorn entertainment." The American Conservative dismissed it as "A Hollywood-White House-Democratic Party Production." "Obama-Porn" the blog Republican Party Animals crowed. Hell, even Mothe ... More >>
Foxx and Tatum team up to save America
Lisa Hanawalt cracks you up
Fox is planning to do another movie version of the classic Runyonesque musical comedy Guys and Dolls, and reportedly they want Channing Tatum and Joseph Gordon-Leviitt for the male leads. (I imagine Tatum would play gambler Sky Masterson, essayed by Marlon Brando in the 1955 film version, while Gord ... More >>
Paper mag's Mickey Boardman and I have come up with three can't-lose works that are so flawlessly titled they should immediately get mounted like dogs in heat. Here they are: *Guy and Dahl. A two-person show starring glam rocker Miss Guy and author Tessa Dahl. I don't even care what they do, I jus ... More >>
He's good. Funny and relaxed. Smiles at his own jokes, which deflates them of any real harm. Loved the Ron Jeremy reference, laughed at the Rihanna/Chris Brown joke, like the crack about Meryl not being nominated.
Channing Tatum was a great choice for People's Sexiest Man Alive. Not only is he a walking fantasy on a stick, but he's smart, successful, and according to the accounts I've heard, a decent guy (except for refusing me an interview once, but hey, maybe he just didn't want to meet his love match. A ... More >>
Channing Tatum and co. stake out adulthood
The r&b singer rides the pony at B.B. King's
I know the answer for a fact because I went to see it at the Kips Bay the other night and found myself with only about five other kindred gays while the place exploded with hundreds upon hundreds of 20-something females. It's a movie for bachelorettes! Packs of them! (Straight couples aren't going, ... More >>
Steven Soderbergh's new film reveals its cast but is no revelation
The male stripper flick Magic Mike has a hot new trailer with some sizzling imagery, especially of TV stud Matt Bomer. You're welcome.
"You don't have anything sharp on you that I can stick myself with, do you?" asks Channing Tatum of an unsuspecting bachelorette in Magic Mike, the upcoming male-stripper film by Steven Soderbergh. "No," she replies. "Good, " says Channing, as he prepares to shed his policeman outfit. "Because I d ... More >>
You will so thank me for these. And I have to thank datalounge.com for the tip. Here's one shot of Channing Tatum's perfectly delightful raw behind in The Vow.
SPOILER ALERT! SPOILER ALERT! At one crucial point in the new action comedy--based on the old TV show--a guy gets shot in the crotch, his noodle falls off, and he picks it up in his mouth! It's straight out of John Waters. And there's plenty of genital stuff before that too.
Magic Mike is the upcoming, eagerly awaited Soderbergh film based on Channing Tatum's time spent as a male ecdysiast. Tatum plays a mentor to the character based on himself, played by Alex Pettyfer. Matthew McConaughey (above) is the stripper-turned-shirtless-club owner. And here are some leaked, ... More >>
Rachel McAdams gets the sense knocked out of her in The Vow
Get ready for the 2012 release of a male-stripper movie filled with disrobing studlets! It's Steven Soderbergh's Magic Mike, based on the ecdysiastical travails of movieland stud Channing Tatum when he was in his teens. This was before stardom forced him to put some (but not all) of his clothes ba ... More >>
Christian Freedom I mean Channing Tatum. I mean Channing McClaren! You see, some friends and I happened to be passing by New World Stages last night when we saw these posters outside and squealed, "Ooh! Ryan Phillippe -- Reese's ex and the divoonly good-looking star of Flags of Our Fathers ... More >>
Looking at modern romance in the USA
Going once... going twice... sold!Discussed: Duckie Brown, Native Son, Cynthia Steffe, Michael Angel It's now day two of Fashion Week mayhem and we've already experienced major hearing loss thanks to last night's Patti Smith's set at the LNA after party, and almost passed out at the slew of ... More >>
...she'd be Queen Bee! Yes, it's time for THAT fun little parlor game again, the one where you marry off two celebs that would make for a felicitously wacky new name. And so--with respects to my colleague Cindy Adams, who's perfected this sort of thing:
Working hard not to mention the Iraq war