The carriage-horse debate has gotten rather heated lately, with animal rights activists and the de Blasio administration saying it's time for the practice to end, and carriage drivers, the Teamsters and Liam Neeson saying a ban on carriage horses will send the drivers into unemployment and the horse ... More >>
L.A. Weekly film critic Amy Nicholson and the Village Voice's Stephanie Zacharek and Alan Scherstuhl ask, "do the Oscars really even matter, guys?" They come to a few conclusions, but only after discussing just how much ass a middle-aged Liam Neeson can kick on an airplane in Non-Stop. Settle in for ... More >>
No, it's not Liam Neeson's. It's the gigantic Swarovksi golden penis that's firmly lodged in the World Erotic Art Museum in Miami's South Beach, where people line up to admire it, stroke it, and even pose with it.
Liam Neeson is famously well endowed to the point where he rivals Kevin's Bacon and even Willem DeFoe-Gras. I mean if Schinder is listing at all, it's because his appendage is throwing things way off balance. So here it is. The legendary scene from 1991's Under Suspicion.
Have you heard? There are coyotes in New York! Coyotes! They have been seen in our fair city's green spaces, such as Central Park, prowling -- all coyote-like -- around Harlem and near Columbia University with their hungry, coyote eyes and bared, coyote fangs. Now, scientists say that these carniv ... More >>
The Secret Policeman's Ball: Coldplay, Mumford & Sons, Russell Brand, Eddie Izzard, and many others Radio City Music Hall Sunday, March 4 Better than: Watching the Lohan Saturday Night Live on DVR. Going to a live show that's actually meant to be broadcast on television can be a deadly propositio ... More >>
"You don't get actors like that who cut the bullshit," said director Joe Carnahan admiringly of his star Liam Neeson at their TimesTalk last night. "You get a lot of ego. You get a lot of hubris. "It's quality of life, and I don't want to work with people like that -- who have a ridiculous relatio ... More >>
At a press junket for the imminent Unknown, Liam Neeson was asked, "How do you keep in shape for action films like this?" Without pausing, Neeson grinningly replied, "Lots of sex." Yay! He's certainly earned the right. Besides, he did play Kinsey.
I'm not trying to make something cute out of the tragic death of Natasha Richardson, the fine actress who died after a skiing accident last year. But there have definitely been some creepy coincidences about the aftermath of her passing. Mama Vanessa Redgrave promptly canceled out of schedu ... More >>
3-D CGI replaces analog as an afterthought
I went to the cineplex to see a remake last night and got treated to trailers for a whole other bunch of remakes. Hollywood is clearly repeating more than a cheap burrito. There was a trailer for another Karate Kid, this time with Jackie Chan serving the chop socky and chop suey.
Comic Milton Berle once told me that when he was younger, he memorably got into a locker room fight about who had the biggest schlong. He responded by saying, "I'll pull out just enough to win." Whether you believe that or not, there ARE certain stars whom we know have enormous ones--and I' ... More >>
This is one list I definitely wish I was on---a ranking of the most fantabulous penises in creation. Some of the ones listed are only so amazing because they were so small (or so much smaller than expected), but still, I'd love to be including here (or anywhere)! I'd feel so genitally special! One ... More >>
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