Here is Tatum Channing topless and gyrating. And there is a ripped, tanned Matthew McConaughey. If you look even a little bit closely, you can even see Alex Pettyfer's butt. Not to mention Matt Bomer's (whoa, Daddy, literally.) The Magic Mikered band trailer features the same hunks of man meat roaming around Tampa that the longer preview offers, but with more thongs, pants being torn off, and, um, what appears to be codpieces. Which is fine.
Maybe we could say something about how there happens to be a sense of justice with guys being oiled up and objectified like women in movies, or the gender play that occurs with a film about male strippers... or we can just let you enjoy the boys being really, really hot boys. Opens June 29. Like you didn't have that marked in your calendars. (Deadline)
When the film version of Little Women was released in 1994, I was eight years old. I’d read the book — or at least someone had the book read to me — but it wasn’t until seeing it on the big screen that the four March sisters came alive and became an indelible touchstone of girlhood, sisterhood, and growing read
Relax, Sony, it's being handled. Or, well...sort of. The word in Hollywood is that Sony Pictures chair Amy Pascal has hired Judy Smith, the crisis manager on whom Scandal's Olivia Pope is based, to advise the studio on their response to the hacker situation.
So glad we weren't the only ones wondering WWOPD? read