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Bankers Go 'The Full Monty' In Leaked Video

21 hours ago

Bankers Go 'The Full Monty' In Leaked Video London financiers pitch a (joke) sexy musical called 'Birthday Suits' for charity in this funny skit. by Liam Mathews  Perhaps inspired by the successes of The Full Monty in all its mutations, these London investment bankers came up with their own twist on the boring-men-become-strippers genre with Birthday Suits, a musical with a double meaning: "it's about people who wear suits, and also because 'birthday suit' is another word for, you know...", according to Robin Saunders, a private equity firm founder who appears in the video.  It was created as part of a fundraiser for the Young Vic theater in London, and according to the Wall Street Journal's Moneybeat blog, was supposed to stay private but was leaked onto Youtube, where the WSJ found it. I suspect this may be an authorized leak, as it humanizes executives [...] »

- Liam Mathews

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Watch Olivia Wilde Strip Naked in New Film, 'Third Person'

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Watch Olivia Wilde Strip Naked in New Film, 'Third Person' The full moon you've been searching for.  by wesley bonner Olivia Wilde may be due to give birth any day now, but her character in the upcoming to Fox film Third Person is far from with-child. The actress, who made a name for herself as House's ridiculously gorgeous Dr. "Thirteen," strips down for a steamy nude scene that would make even the elusive Blood Moon blush. The film features other Hollywood heavy hitters like Liam Neeson, James Franco, Mila Kunis, and Academy Award-winners Kim Basinger and Adrien Brody. The buzzworthy cast portray three couples whose lives intertwine throughout time spent in New York, Rome, and Paris. The Daily Mail also reports that this quick peek at Wilde's bare butt is only the tip of the iceberg, with more raunchy sex scenes to come in [...] »

- Wesley Bonner

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Praise the Lord, the 'Magic Mike' Sequel Is Coming Summer 2015

15 April 2014 8:42 AM, PDT

Praise the Lord, the 'Magic Mike' Sequel Is Coming Summer 2015 A world where summer tent poles mean strippers. by kate hakala If you have been living in a world bereft of Channing Tatum's pectoral muscles, you no longer have to be. It was announced today that a sequel to the smash hit Magic Mike, titled Magic Mike Xxl, will be coming to theaters July 3, 2015. The sequel comes in the wake of the $113.7 million box office success of the first film and with recent news that the stripper dramedy will have its own Broadway musical. Greg Jacobs (Steven Soderbergh's assistant) is set to direct and Channing Tatum and Reid Carolin are teaming up once again to co-write the script. (Uh, is letting Channing Tatum write a good idea?) All of this news is enough to steam up an already sweltering Fourth of July and you have a »

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Ranked: 'All That' Original Cast Members

15 April 2014 7:25 AM, PDT

Ranked: 'All That' Original Cast Members 20 years after it premiered, Nickelodeon's 'Lil SNL' remains a formative comedy experience for '90s kids. by Liam Mathews On April 16, 1994, Nickelodeon aired the special that became All That, which would launch the careers of comedians like Kenan Thompson, Nick Cannon, and Neal Brennan (you thought I was gonna say Amanda Bynes!) and introduce kids born in the '80s and early '90s to sketch comedy. If you saw All That during its original run, certain phrases ("welcome to Good Burger home of the Good Burger. Can I take your order?") and characters (Pierre Escargot, Ask Ashley, and on and on) are lodged in your brain forever. To celebrate, we've ranked the original cast members (on the show during the Golden Era, 1994-2000) from least to most funny, and after you've read that you can go check out this oral [...] »

- Liam Mathews

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These Tattooed Seniors Show Ink Looks Good at Any Age

15 April 2014 4:20 AM, PDT

These Tattooed Seniors Show Ink Looks Good at Any Age Sexy? Saggy? Or a little of both. by wesley bonner Most tattoo aficionados put a lot of thought into the design selection of their ink, others just focus on the pain that is inevitably headed their way. But is anyone thinking hard enough about what's going to happen to their inked artwork as their body ages? As skin stretches with weigh gain, or sags with age, tattoos on those bodies are bound to change with the canvas on which they are applied. To give a visual illustration of how tattoos age with us, Reddit user clevknife sourced numerous photos of senior citizens with some pretty badass ink.  For the individuals who took care of their ink with fitness and protection from the sun, they prove that sexy tattoos are timeless. Our biggest recommendation is if you're going [...] »

- Wesley Bonner

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'Bud N' Breakfast' Is Opening in Denver, and Other Wacky Weed Businesses That Already Exist

14 April 2014 7:00 AM, PDT

'Bud N' Breakfast' Is Opening in Denver, and Other Wacky Weed Businesses That Already Exist Light it up, legally. by erin mayer Now that weed is legal in some states and largely de-criminalized in others, there have been some pretty dope (pun so intended) weed-based businesses popping up. The latest is the Bud N' Breakfast in Denver, Colorado because seriously, where else? Bud N' Breakfast is exactly what you think it is. A company known as the MaryJane Group, Inc. — you cannot make this stuff up — signed a one-year lease with the Adagio Bed and Breakfast, which will soon become the "pilot project in the marijuana-friendly lodging industry." The B and B will provide "unlimited food, drink, and, of course, the best marijuana and marijuana edibles Colorado has to offer" in addition to the "on-site chef available to prepare gourmet foods cooked to order&[...] »

- Erin Mayer

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Should We Still Watch 'Mad Men' If It's Not Enjoyable?

14 April 2014 5:20 AM, PDT

Should We Still Watch 'Mad Men' If It's Not Enjoyable? Not even a Roger Sterling orgy could make the hour fun. by kate hakala The formula for making prestige television — you know, The Sopranos, Breaking Bad, Mad Men, House of Cards — often takes a middle-aged man who's successful at his job and shows him chipping away at the American Dream, supporting his family, and covering up a big fat dark secret and/or an unmitigated ambition that eventually runs him over. With shows like Breaking Bad and House of Cards, the inevitable descent of the middle-aged man, while emotionally taxing, is still filled with biting humor, deliciously entertaining dialogue, and yes, the odd threesome. In last night's Season 7 premiere of Mad Men, not even a patented Roger Sterling orgy made the hour of television the least bit enjoyable. The episode, at a glance, carried almost no [...] »

- Kate Hakala

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