If you’re looking for Blu-ray gifts this holiday season featuring classic Hollywood sex symbols, check out Jane Fonda in “Barbarella.” It’s definitely a quirky movie, but Fonda definitely has the opportunity to put on a bunch of futuristic but sexy outfits! We also love that big 1960s hairstyle.
We’ve always been impressed with the eye candy aspect of “Girls” on HBO. While we wish the rest of the cast was as free with nudity as creator and star Lena Dunham, Allison Williams, Jemima Kirke and Zosia Mamet all add a sexiness to the show that’s appropriate for a group of young New York City singles living life in the big city. In season 2, Shiri Appleby ratcheted up the babe factor as she was cast as Adam’s new girlfriend and ended up in some sex scenes that somehow became very controversial.
Still, looks will only take you so far, and the Dunham’s lead character of Hannah is so annoying that it almost ruins the entire show. “Girls” is one of the most talked about TV show in years, but mostly because so many critics loath the show while others admire what Lena Dunham is trying to do with the series. She’s certainly not afraid to take chances, and some of the criticisms have been idiotic.
The show wasn’t quite good enough, however, to make it onto Bullz-Eye.com’s annual list of the 25 best shows on television. Jason Zingale’s recent review captures their take on the show.
I had a very love-hate relationship with the first season of “Girls,” but Season Two is such a complete train wreck that it made me want to stop watching the show altogether. Dunham has created one of the most unlikable protagonists on TV (between her coke-fueled meltdown and the Patrick Wilson episode, she hits an all-time low), and Williams’ laughably insecure Marnie isn’t too far behind. In fact, the female characters have so few redeeming qualities – even Mamet’s lively Shoshanna resorts to some bad behavior this season – that it’s a wonder how the audience is supposed to keep rooting for them.
The show is still worth checking out if only for the actresses pictured above, but also because many episodes will elicit intense reactions. Check it out and see what you think.
At one point people wondered what effect online casino sites would have on gambling, but they have led to more people than ever taking it up as a hobby – and even Hollywood A-Listers seem to have fallen under the betting spell.
At one time Ben Affleck was seen as something of a joke figure, but he has reinvented himself as a skilled writer/director in recent years, and he has also proven himself to be a more than decent casino gambler. He won the California State Poker Championship back in 2004, which involved beating 90 other competitors. Dare we suggest that the inexpressive face which makes him such an average actor is perfectly suited to the world of poker?
The man who has starred so often alongside Affleck – and won an Oscar with him for Good Will Hunting – also shares his enthusiasm for the poker tables. Damon has become a regular participant in the World Series of Poker, which is probably the biggest tournament of them all – although he didn’t accept the rumoured $1 million offered by a television station to be the public face of the tournament.
Kutcher belied his ‘himbo’ image when he became part of a gambling syndicate which took a cool $750,000 in just month betting on college football. The star of various low brow comedies has claimed that his dopey image actually led to people underestimating him in the gambling world, and presumably he’ll be hoping for a similar result when his divorce case with Demi Moore goes to court.
The rapper is another fan of betting on sports – although he prefers NFL to college football – and has been so successful in this hobby that he once won $500,000 gambling on a single game during the season. He subsequently went on to Twitter to share his good fortune – well a photograph of it – with his millions of followers.
Many other celebrities enjoy the odd bit of betting, however many play in the comfort of their own home at Jackpot City so not to be seen in the media as being a gambler.
Here’s the gorgeous Jessica Clark answering some silly questions on the red carpet. Jessica is very open about being a lesbian but she doesn’t address that topic here. Were huge fans of this actress of English, Irish, Indian and Nigerian descent. You can see or as Lilith on HBO’s “True Blood.”
In her interview with Bullz-Eye.com, Megyn Price tells a funny story about Matthew Perry:
BE: Okay, lastly, I just wanted to let you know that you were directly responsible for one of my wife’s favorite moments from the Television Critics Association press tour. It was at a Sony party a couple of years ago, and you were talking to my wife when Matthew Perry came up. You and he talked for a few minutes, but then you got called away to do an interview, at which point Matthew Perry turns to my wife and says, “So I suppose you want to talk to me now.” And because she’s not a journalist, she just looks at him and says, “Oh, GOD, no.” His jaw dropped. Then he burst out laughing.
MP: Oh. My. God. That is hilarious! That is so funny. He always loves to bring up how I blew him off when he was doing “Friends.” I was at Jennifer Aniston’s birthday party, and I was totally ignoring him, and he walked up to me and he goes, “I don’t think you understand, little girl: you better date me now, ‘cause my star is on the rise!” And I think in his head he was totally kidding…or he wasn’t, and now he claims that he was kidding. Because at the time it did not sound like he was kidding. I was, like, “How big is your ego, dude? Move on!” [Laughs.] So, yeah, now he likes to bring up how I misunderstood that he was joking. Uh-huh. Sure he was. In the heat of “Friends,” I’m real sure…
This is a super-sexy Katrina Bowden video from her FHM shoot, showing her in lingerie and cute underwear. I love the shot where she’s wearing knee socks! The 30 Rock star is one of the cutest blonde actresses on TV.
Blackjack is a popular card game in which a person is dealt two cards face down. The object is to reach the closest to 21 based on the value of the cards. You’re going against the dealer, who is always dealt two cards and is trying to reach 21. If you go over 21 or if the dealer is closer to 21, the player automatically loses.
This, along with poker, is among the most popular games at a no deposit required casino. Many celebrities play the game recreationally and to raise money for charity causes in celebrity tournaments. It kills two birds with one stone by allowing them to play the game they love in their spare time and in some cases, win money for their charity. Others win money for themselves when playing the game in a no deposit required casino.
The Game Show Network (GSN) ran a show called Celebrity Blackjack, that allowed various celebrities to play the game and enter a tournament to win money for charitable causes. Various celebrities, including Ben Stein, Shannon Elizabeth, Billy Baldwin and Caroline Rhea, Kelli Williams and Lance Bass, participated. These celebrities enjoy the game and are able to give back to their causes at the same time.
They enter the tournament with a set amount of money and play their way into increased earnings. They’re competing at the table with various other celebrities who have the same goal while they enjoy the game.
Other Celebrities Who Love Blackjack
Both through tournaments and common, everyday playing,, celebrities everywhere have shown themself to love Blackjack. Former NFL players Jerome Bettis and Derrick Brooks have been involved with numerous charity Blackjack tournaments. Michael Jordan, recognized by many as a business mogul and the greatest basketball player of all time, has played many hands of Blackjack at places such as the no deposit required casino.
Many celebrities love going to Las Vegas for a weekend of partying and fun in the city and at casinos and casino hotels. Snoop Dogg, Katy Perry and Melissa Joan Hart are known for their love of Blackjack. The game is fun and those who play it, including celebrities, do so enthusiastically. Many people enjoy the card game for different reasons, but you’ll find no shortage of celebrities who enjoy playing Blackjack both in their personal lives and for charity causes.