No, this was not the result of too much champagne: Anderson Cooper did indeed get kidnapped by the Green Goblin (and rescued by Spider-Man) on New Year’s Eve. He also cannot act. More
Topic: Reeve Carney
There are three flicks about dreamboat musician Jeff Buckley currently in the works (we wrote about them all here), and the first photos from Greetings from Tim Buckley, the film starring Penn Badgley, have hit the web. I’m trying to get on board with this casting choice, but all I see when we look at these photos is Dan Humphrey after a bender (two bottles of wine, in his loft, split with his typewriter), late for coffee with Nate on the Upper East Side. Here’s another set photo, compared to a picture of Jeff Buckley: More
Don’t worry, they didn’t fire Gossip Girl hottie Penn Badgley. There are two Jeff Buckleys now. Ain’t showbiz grand? More
So by now, you’ve probably made up your minds about Julie Taymor‘s Broadway death trap, Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark. Either you think the recent rib-shattering 30-foot fall of one of the stunt doubles is just more proof that this Goliath of a production is too dangerous to continue, or you’re a jerk. I don’t care if you sunk $65 million on a play, people are in intensive care with internal bleeding, you need to shut this shit down. More
There are so many different ways for guys to look attractive. They can be sporty, or preppy, or naked. And then there’s our current obsession, which we feel compelled to label “homeless hot.” These guys are all scruff and tattered clothing, and they always look like they could use a nap. You can tell that some of these dudes (Michael Pitt, Reeve Carney) put a lot of effort into looking homeless, while others (Mark Ruffalo, Matthew McConaughey) just naturally give off that vibe — probably because they don’t try very hard at all. Check out our gallery and let us know if we left anyone out. More
Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark is the most expensive play in Broadway history. People are saying that U2 and Julie Taymor‘s musical must begin to sell out immediately in order to survive. That’s a pretty tall order, but I have reasons to believe it will rise above every last expectation. Why? Because I have a longstanding crush on its star, Reeve Carney.
Seven years ago I was in Los Angeles starting my freshman year of college. It was my second day on campus and I was walking to the bookstore to track down a used copy of Anna Karenina that didn’t smell like stale weed and Cheetos when I spotted the most beautiful thing I had ever seen in my entire life. It was a boy, of course, a fair-skinned slight boy in checkered pants and a tweed jacket. I was smitten. More