Friday, September 18, 2009

Happy 35, James Marsden

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Really, really, really looking forward to The Box, dude.

Although, due to how many times its release date has shifted, off of the top of my head I have absolutely NO idea when it's out. So that works out well for you, Production Company. Good job!

After checking, The Box is out on November 6th. That is, if IMDb is right. Who knows? Maybe the release date changes in the past fifteen seconds. (Wow I'm bitter.)
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7 comments:

mB said...

The world needs more James Marsden. Hollywood, you taking note?

JA said...

They really don't seem to be, mB. I can't fathom why he hasn't become huge, I really can't. He was in a pair of huge superhero movies, he's gorgeous, he's funny and can sing and dance. I think Hugh Jackman has compromising pictures of Jimmy that he's using to keep him down! Or at least I dream in those pictures when I sleep at night, same diff.

Sean said...

Checkout this new blog I started reading - Nudesploitation - he is the one with the compromising pics of James - full frontal! Enjoy!

http://nudesploitation.blogspot.com/2009/07/nude-famous-james-marsden.html

Is there a way to include a clickable link?

schwul-und-liberal said...

James Marsden is the hottest actor in our world!

Sean said...

did you see him in The 24th Day? Great.

It’s the 24th day after Tom (Scott Speedman) has found out that he is HIV-positive. A married man who has lived his life as “straight,” he has had sex with a man only once in his life. Consumed with sorrow and rage about his situation, Tom sets in motion an outrageous plan. Finding Dan (James Marsden), the man he slept with five years earlier, Tom lures him to his apartment, ties him up and forcibly takes a blood sample. If Dan’s test comes back negative, he will let him go; but if it is negative, he will kill him. The stage is set for an intense battle between the two men, with Dan using every method at his disposal to try to escape. Both of them are in top physical condition, while Dan seems to have the intellectual edge. Will that be enough for Dan to trick his way out of his bonds? Still, as the two men face-off and gradually reveal themselves, the question becomes: who is the true victim or victimizer? Tom’s violent kidnapping and murderous threats clearly pass the bounds of legal and rational behavior. And yet, if Tom’s conviction about Dan is true, then Dan is accountable for more than a minor moral lapse. But is Dan in fact responsible for giving Tom HIV? He adamantly proclaims he isn’t. Writer/Director Tony Piccirillo keeps introducing enough twists and turns in the story to keep it surprising and involving, while setting off a host of explosive questions…. What moral responsibilities do we have to one another in the age of AIDS? Are we only answerable for ourselves? Is there such a thing as absolute “Truth”?

Amanda said...

agreed. MOre james marsden. he's really quite nice looking.

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