5 items from 2015
While it shouldn’t be a surprise that women enjoy having sex and embracing their sexuality, the true nature of female arousal remains a fairly mysterious thing. There’s a long-held fallacy that women don’t like porn as a rule, for instance, wiping out one source of the excites that is incredibly easy access when the question of arousal comes up. We do, by the way, we just don’t feel the need to tell everyone about it.
But that doesn’t mean that women don’t get turned on by films. It’s just that it might well surprise you to hear which ones do it.
Now whilst men probably wouldn’t even consider suggesting these film titles to your love interest – because they’re either typically considered “Ones For The Boys” (seriously, that still happens) or are written off entirely as not for male viewers »
- Sara Weir
So I definitely ticked one of my life boxes this week by spending some time with the legendary Mr Samuel L Jackson. Big Sam was in town promoting a charity that he's an ambassador for called One For The Boys - a men's cancer charity highlighting the importance of checking yourself.
On Friday, my wife Rochelle and I were invited to see Take That on tour. You know what? You have to hand it to Gary, Mark and Howard, they really know how to put on a show - or should I say a spectacle. Also, you know you have had some serious hits when a show that is over two hours long just flies by. Big shout out to Gary for inviting us down, we absolutely loved it, top man!
Sunday it was of course all about the Vodafone Big Top 40. All eyes once again were on the number one spot. »
Adam Lambert would love to see Queen headline Glastonbury. The 33-year-old singer has collaborated with the iconic British band, which features Brian May and Roger Taylor, since last year and has echoed Brian's view that they'd relish the opportunity to play at the festival. Speaking last night at the One For The Boys Fashion Ball at London's Roundhouse in Camden, Adam told Bang Showbiz: ''That would be fun. I heard that too, that would be fun!'' Adam is scheduled to appear alongside the duo for a series of gigs later this year and suggested he'd like to continue collaborating with Queen into the future. He shared: ''We're doing a bunch of shows in South America in September. ''So far that's all that's on the books but that doesn't mean that we're done.'' Last month, Brian May admitted Queen would be interested in headlining Glastonbury in the future - »
Sneak Peek footage from the new 2 hour plus Anchor Bay Entertainment release of director Mark Rydell's 1992 feature "For The Boys", starring Bette Midler, George Segal and James Caan, now available on DVD:
"...Bette Midler gives the brassiest, sassiest performance of her career as 'Dixie Leonard', a 'Uso' singer whose electrifying stage presence and flair for outrageous comedy, captivates troops and civilians alike.
"Teamed up with America’s beloved song-and-dance man, 'Eddie Sparks' (James Caan), the whole world becomes Dixie’s stage through three very different wars and 50 years of music and memories, laughter and tears..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "For The Boys"...
- Michael Stevens
Vince Vaughn moved to Hollywood at age 18, straight out of high school. And, like many starry-eyed aspiring actors, one of his first stops was Grauman’s Chinese Theatre to see where famous stars like Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe had encased their hands and feet in cement.
More than 25 years later, much has changed. It’s now called the Tcl Chinese Theatre. Many other actors have been added from Jennifer Aniston to Tom Cruise. And Vaughn has gone from struggling actor to bonafide movie star, with hits like “The Lost World,” “Wedding Crashers” and “Old School” on his resume. His latest comedy, “Unfinished Business,” hits theaters March 6.
So when Vaughn was told the theater wanted to encase his hands and feet in cement in the forecourt on March 4, he was thrilled.
“Getting the letter asking me, I thought about growing up and being a fan of all those folks,” he says. »
- Jenelle Riley
5 items from 2015
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