21 posts categorized "JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE"
Who's hungry for some cake?!
I like big butts, and I can't deny — and Mr. Man feels the same.
Mr. Man likes smooth butts, tight butts, fuzzy butts… butt, you know? You get the picture.
Hollywood certainly does an excellent job trying to kill us with hind-ness, and in this special post from Mr. Man, they have ALL the evidence.
Above: All of 'em, and Gronk, too.
Below: Keep reading for a porn star charged with murder, Michigan guv's anti-gay appointee, Costa Rica's anti-gay prez contender (he's winning), Joe Jonas gets THICK, gay model talks #MeToo, Trump Jr. gives away the game, Timberlake's lame Prince salute, Speedo freaks, Kylie's dream, Gowdy bails on Trump, and SNL hoots ...
Above: All that, and they wrote a book!
Below: Keep reading for gay boxers in love, Tom Brady's scandalous kiss, Trump's war on the FBI (and on America), naked reality stars, resources for LGBTQ students, gay groundhog, Abbott attends gay wedding, the Mooch claims he's a gay activist, Timberlake's newest and hot tennis players ...
Jonathan Demme, who won the Oscar for directing The Silence of the Lambs (1991), has died of cancer at 73, Variety reports.
After a string of edgy, critically acclaimed films like the offbeat Howard Hughes buddy movie Melvin and Howard (1980), the much-loved Talking Heads doc Stop Making Sense (1984), the Melanie Griffith road movie Something Wild (1986) and the Michelle Pfeiffer mobster comedy Married to the Mob (1988), Demme broke into A-list director territory with Lambs, which became a rare film to win all of the Top 5 awards at the Oscars, including Best Adapted Screenplay.
Lambs, for which then-closeted actress Jodie Foster won the Oscar (giving a speech that obliquely referenced her choice to be a private person), contains — along with fine acting and memorable suspense — an arguably exploitative representation of a serial killer who is described as someone who thinks he is, and wants to be, “transsexual.” The script includes dialogue that attempts to argue that actual trans people are not prone to murder, but scenes of Buffalo Bill with his penis tucked between his legs and mugging in female garb seem unmistakably designed to creep out the audience.
It could be argued that Demme hadn't completely shaken off his early years working on unapologetically exploitative films for Roger Corman, including his directorial debut, Caged Heat (1974).
Nonetheless, The Silence of the Lambs has since been called one of the 100 Greatest Films Ever Made by the AFI, and was an enormous international success.
In Demme's follow-up to Lambs, he took on the topic of AIDS in Philadelphia (1993), which won Tom Hanks his first Oscar. The film grossed nearly $80 million in the U.S., thanks to Demme's efforts to get it made, and thanks to his casting of movie stars Hanks and Denzel Washington.
His career took a swift dive thereafter, with the Oprah Winfrey-starring bomb Beloved (1998) and the poorly received remakes The Truth About Charlie (2002) and The Manchurian Candidate (2004).
Rachel Getting Married (2008), starring Anne Hathaway, represented a return to Demme's roots. His final narrative films, A Master Builder (2013) and the Meryl Streep vehicle Ricki and the Flash (2015) did not make a big impact.
In 2016, Demme directed Justin Timberlake's concert feature, Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids, for Netflix.
Demme had been battling cancer at the time of his death. He is survived by his wife Joanne Howard and their three children.
You'll need the care of a conservator after gazing upon the first Britney Spears biopic shots from Lifetime.
If Trump's victory rally in Ohio didn't remind you of Nazis, you're not paying attention.
Dude who worked on Trump's campaign in Michigan convicted of voter fraud.
Mandy Moore's mom left her dad for a woman, both of her brothers are gay, yet she's not a gay icon?!
Chris Pratt is an adorable imp, cutting Jennifer Lawrence out of all their pics together: