So, let it begin. The 86th Academy Awards and procession of the sextastic.
We’ll keep updating this as the various lovely decked out ladies of Tinsel Town exit their limos and arrive on the red carpet. But you can’t be off to a better start than Ireland Baldwin and Maria Menounos.
Ah, Olivia Wilde, Emma Watson, Charlize Theron, Kristen Bell, Naomi Watts, Julia Roberts, Sandra Bullock, Kate Hudson, Penelope Cruz, Anna Kendrick, Amy Adams, Cate Blanchett, and many more.
In summary: there wasn’t much by the way of risque or cleavy or showy on the red carpet this year, but there’s no doubt there were a dozen or more ladies of the Silver Screen who looked absolutely stunning in their million dollar get-ups. It’s just like my prom night, except with hot girls who fit their dresses. Enjoy.
You know how much I love a red carpet. Seeing all the girls in their finest, imagining they’re parading down the crimson carpet in a contest to win my affections for the evening, or however long our unbridled passions would last, so, half an evening. All the time into making the face and boobs and butt look just right in some designer gown. It’s kind of exciting really.
Outside of Oscar night, there’s perhaps more bigger Awards show evening than that of the Golden Globe Awards. It brings out the good looking ladies from both film and television in one mega cat-fight of one-upsmanship. Or upswomanship. It’s really quite a night, even if the Awards show itself is a silly bit of business from hard drinking foreign journalists living the life in Hollywood.
While there was any number of sweet decked out treats this year, the likes of my future girlfriend Amy Adams, new mama Jenna Dewan, about to be mama Olivia Wilde, lesbionic hottie Amber Heard, underrated veteran beauty Sandra Bullock, Sofia Vergara who kills every red carpet, and many more filled out my dance card for hottest ladies at the ball this evening. Check them all out, I’m sure I’ll be updating throughout the night, cocktail consumption count being my only excuse for negligence in that regard Enjoy.
One would have to think Sandra Bullock is pretty thrilled to be a part of the upcoming space odyssey flick, Gravity. For one thing, her co-star is George Clooney, who everyone knows is, like, so dreamy. For another, the film is getting a ton of buzz within the industry and on social media. Analysts are projecting a huge $40 million opening weekend, while critics are talking Oscars (plural) and comparing the visuals to such groundbreaking works as 2001, Star Wars, and Avatar.
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Sandra Bullock is in an upcoming movie with George Clooney and here is a trailer for it. It is not, as is commonly thought, a sequel to Speed 2. It is, indeed, a standalone film, with its own unique plot structure and whatnot called Gravity.
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Numbers are important, especially the numbers of people who spend money to go see a movie. Those numbers are so important, in fact, that they are responsible for the entire form and function of our entire universe. Without them, oceans will rise, dogs and cats will live together, and matter would collapse in on itself in a maelstrom of chaos.
Wait, what? Where were we?
Oh, White House Down. Yeah, it probably wasn’t good. How do we know that? Well, we didn’t see it. But the fact that we didn’t and that no one else did probably means that it wasn’t worth seeing. In it’s first weekend it made about $26 million. Which puts it just below After Earth monetarily and millions below it’s direct competition this weekend: a lady-buddy-cop movie staring Sandra Bullock and a movie about animated monsters at college.
Yeah. Let that sink in: Given the options during a national heat-wave weekend, people chose Bullock and monsters or frying to death outside. Why would they do such a thing? Don’t look at us, we’re just looking at the numbers and numbers don’t lie. Unless of course they do, but we’ll get into that another time.
While Sandra Bullock has basically pulled herself from the higher profile world of sextastic celebrity these past few years, diving deeper into mommy-hood and movie producer roles, let’s not forget that even at 48 the veteran cutesy movie star can still bring a little heat when she wants to, like for the premiere of her film The Heat in New York.
Now, a buddy cop movie with Melissa McCarthy sounds like 120 minutes of sheer pain to me, but I won’t hold that against Sandra who has been making many men wish they were her girlfriend for going on twenty years now.
We love it when a long-timer shows up strong. Enjoy.