2 posts categorized "BOBBY CANNAVALE"

Sep 25 2011
(Only Slightly) Off-Key Comments (6)

IMG_2291Next to Alice Ripley

On my way to work, I stumbled into the Broadway Flea Market—I forget about it every year, then always enjoy it so much when I find myself at it.

This year, I arrived with $3 in my pocket, which is deadly considering the tables IMG_2302 sagging with fun ephemera, autographs, old magazines, mementos and other junque. Making my way through, I spotted a silver-looking box that was engraved "Jane MAME Angie 1966-1968" and immediately regretted not having money. The dates matched up to the original Broadway production of Mame. I went to get some, came back...and it was gone. So annoyed. But then I just got it in my head that it wasn't gone and dug around a bit and sure enough it had been buried under a bunch of worthless VHS cassettes. It was mine for $5. Not sure, but it seems like a gift to an original cast member, and it says "Reed & Barton The World's Finest Silverplate" on the bottom. Angela Lansbury could be the "Angie"—she did the show from 1966 to 1968. A Jane Connell was also in the show. Intriguing.

IMG_2306Better than porn

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Mar 21 2009
Man, I Love Him Comments (2)


Even the entire population of Under A Rock knows who Paul Rudd is by now, so I'm not sure what to make of Entertainment Weekly's March 27, 2009, coverline. But I guess one thing that's changed with I Love You, Man is that Rudd is that he's now a bona fide (or boner fide, considering his cuteness) leading man.


In the story, he poses a la A-Rod, kissing himself in a mirror (such a girl, he closes his eyes) and comments on his association with a gay vibe:

Untitledxxxx01 "I always thought I'd be a really good gay guy. I love American Idol. I watch Antiques Roadshow like crazy. Guys like Oscar Wilde, Stephen Fry, Elton John—they're all very bright, with a razor-sharp wit. David Sedaris—who's funnier than David Sedaris? The Saturday Night Live I hosted was such a gay-heavy show. But It didn't even cross my mind until after. The family that kept kissing each other—I didn't even think of that as being gay.

"I remember doing interviews for The Object Of My Affection, and people would say, 'What was it like to kiss a guy?' Like it was such a shocking thing. I said, 'How many times does anyone ask, 'You had to shoot somebody. Was that weird?' I love gay guys. I feel pretty gay. I'm certainly not the most macho guy in the room."

I'd love to see a Rudd/Cannavale/Hamm sandwich.

For real-life bromances, he says he's tight with Jon Hamm (for half his life), Bobby Cannavale and Peter Dinklage, among many others.

If any drop out, Paul, I am available.

After the jump, Paul shows that he is an on-your-belly guy...

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