Cersei Lannister…er…I mean Lena Headey took some time off from scheming and banging her TV brother to bikini at the beach of the Regina Hotel in Ischia. Lena chose a tiny black bikini that shows off the crown jewels. There is some great cleavage shots of her glorious ta-tas as well as her amazing booty. She’s got a pretty tight stomach and a nice cut at her hips. Lena is the definition of keeping it tight. She’s one of the hottest forty year old actresses in Hollywood. Lena has a pretty redonkulous body which is sadly too often covered in medieval gowns on Game of Thrones. With all the nudity on that show, it’s never her that gets nekkid. It’s a damn shame.
That’s why I liked her as Sarah Conner in Terminator: The Sarah Conner Chronicles. She was often scantily clad on that show. Plus she got to shoot Terminators.
With just two weeks to go until the summer solstice shines its ever loving bikini and beach fun time glory upon us, why not tear a rent in the June gloom with a little skin on film viewing party of some highly talented, if not entirely top-flashing thespianics in Mr. Skin’s weekly roundup of the best that are baring on the big and small screens this weekend.
This week’s Mr. Skin Minute includes Lena Headey not nude in The Purge this weekend, but topless in Aberdeen, Lily Sullivan water slide nekkid in Mental now on Blu-Ray, and Hera Hilmar posing nekkid for the master in Da Vinci’s Demons on Starz. It’s all sweet sweet skin. Enjoy.
(And, don’t forget dad this upcoming Father’s Day with an Egotastic! inspired Mr. Skin discounted membership for his perusing pleasure. Why not get him a gift he’d actually like this year?)
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Today Google announced that they have a magical formula that uses search and ad-click volume to predict a film’s opening weekend box office revenue with 92% accuracy — one week before it opens.
This revelation comes at a very interesting time. You see, Universal’s near-future dystopian horror flick The Purge, which stars Ethan Hawke and Lena Headey, doesn’t even open until tomorrow. However, it’s already looking like The Purge 2 has been given the green light, as that very title has shown up on a list of projects approved for special tax credits by the State of California.
So why is Universal so confident that The Purge will be a success? Well, it’s likely that they have some fancy mathematical formulas of their own. According to The Wrap, The Purge has surged on social media sites. Mentions of the film on Twitter went from 36,000 to 63,000 between Sunday and Monday, and it now boasts a half-million likes on Facebook. Thus, Universal has probably plugged these numbers into Michael Bay’s SequelBot 5000 and realized that The Purge 2 is already a sure thing.
Now, if only they can figure out some mathematical formula that can prevent unprofitable films from getting made in the first place. Am I right, M. Night Shyamalan?
We hope so. Y’know that fantasy we all have about defending our castle-like homes from invaders? Y’know how that fantasy is basically based on that kid setting up boobie traps for bumbling burglars in the original Home Alone? Well that fantasy kind of loses its luster for us burgeoning grown ups (and after four, yes four, sequels). We start to identify more with the kid’s horrified parents the older we get. “How the shit could they leave their kid alone!?” We ask. Then there’s the whole thing about slipping on micro machines and cleaning up all that tar in one night.
Well, thankfully, The Purge comes out in just two weeks. From trailers and buzz we gather that it will be Home Alone if it were made by David Fincher. And, like, not for kids and families. But for dudes who want to let loose on actual psychopaths with good reason and full force. James DeMonaco (not Fincher) wrote and directed, while Ethan Hawke and Lena Headey will stand in for Macaulay Culkin. The basic plot goes like this:
If on one night every year, you could commit any crime without facing consequences, what would you do? In The Purge a speculative thriller that follows one family over the course of a single night, four people will be tested to see how far they will go to protect themselves when the vicious outside world breaks into their home.
Yeah, we’re totally on board, especially if they trade that BB-gun for a machine gun and a machete or two.
If you didn’t dig Britty hottie tattooed thespianic Lena Headey from 300 or from Game of Thrones, prepare now to fall in lust courtesy of her new playful hot lingerie type pictorial for Esquire magazine.
Lena is one of those vastly underrated hotties who you see on the screen, promise yourself you’re going to remember later on (for scientific classification purposes, naturally), but then forget until you lay ogling eyes upon her once more and the whole process begins anew. Well, now, take some time and feast your peeps upon her hotness and let it sink in for a bit. She deserves it. As do you. Enjoy.
The other day, my woeful emo band playing friend Scott (dude’s named Scott are always melancholy, please, don’t write and tell me you’re the exception) was telling me how sad and sorry this world is. And I felt so sad and sorry for Sad Scott for not noticing that we live in a time when we have more sextastic celebrity skin at our fingertips, by a million fold, than ever before.
Who wants to pen tragic tales of lost love with a chick with a nose-ring when you could be penning new tales of lust with girls such as Lena Headey, currently in Dredd 3D, but topless in Aberdeen, Anna Hutchison, the gorgeous blond topless hottie in The Cabin in the Woods, and classic Charlize Theron full-frontal nekkidness in The Devil’s Advocate. And you can see them all in this week’s Mr. Skin Minute. Oh, yeah, it’s free and works on repeat. So buck up, Scotts. Enjoy.
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