Wednesday, August 18, 2010

I Am Link

--- Sock Free Set - Alexander Skarsgård is just fucking with us all. But it's not the right kind of fucking, Alex! Get it straight! In his interview with Rolling Stone - the one with that bloody naked picture of him and Sookie and Bill - he shares this:

"I don’t want a sock around it, that feels ridiculous. If we’re naked in the scene, then I’m naked. I’ve always been that way.”

--- Once You Go Big - Oscar winner Kathryn Bigelow - that is an awesome thing to get to say - has apparently been meeting with Will Smith, Sean Penn, Christian Bale and Javier Bardem for her next movie, an ensemble piece called Triple Frontier. That'd be quite the cast, no? Somebody's gonna get slashed with a bottle broken on the edge of a bar one night. Details are scarce but Slash has this:

"... the story is set in the area where borders of Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina converge. The Iguazu and Paraná Rivers converge there, at the tip of a finger of Argentine land, and the confusion of borders (”la triple frontera”) makes the strip a haven for organized crime."

--- Shocking Breaking News - Daniel Craig wants to play Bond again. Alert the newspapers! Get back to me when he wants to play an entire Bond film naked from the scalp down.

--- Closet Love - JJ Abrams is working on a movie with Jack Bender, Lost producer, based on everybody's favorite horny teens party game, Seven Minutes In Heaven, titled the same. All this makes me think of is that scene in 13 Going on 30 and then I think of how cute Mark Ruffalo was in that movie and then I get all dreamy-eyed and this is the result, me rambling, so thanks JJ, for wasting everybody's time.

--- Let Off Some Steam - If Sam Worthington remakes Arnold Schwartzenegger's Commando as is now rumored and doesn't keep the ridiculous puns he spouts therein I will slap Sam Worthington across the face, I swear it. Also, Alyssa Milano needs to play his wife. Or else!

--- Quick Trip - I didn't expect we'd be seeing The Tourist, the Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie movie from the director of The Lives of Others, until next year, but here comes word that it's out on December 10th. So fast! I miss the days when it was set to star Sam Worthington and Charlize Theron but I still could find Johnny and Angie palatable, so we'll see.

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