14 May 2011

ALEX PETTYFER STRIPS FOR CHANNING TATUM!!!

With Steven Soderbergh directing, Channing Tatum’s male stripper pic Magic Mike promises to be more Academy Awards than Razzies — but the film won’t be short on beefcake.
Alex Pettyfer (of I AM NUMBER FOUR) has just joined the cast, playing Tatum’s young stripper protégé.







The film was developed by Tatum and is based on his days as a teenage stripper in Florida. Tatum will play the older mentor, while Pettyfer will play a young Tatum.
The film is expected to start shooting later this year.
Though most of Tatum’s clients were women, he has discussed the few men who used to come out and watch him take his clothes off.

13 May 2011

KUTCHER REPLACES SHEEN ON "TWO AND A HALF MEN"

Los Angeles (CNN) -- It's official: Ashton Kutcher is filling the gap left by Charlie Sheen on "Two and a Half Men."



"I can't wait to get to work with this ridiculously talented 2.5 team and I believe we can fill the stage with laughter that will echo in viewers' homes," Kutcher said Friday in a statement released by CBS and Warner Bros. Television.


"I can't replace Charlie Sheen but I'm going to work my ass off to entertain the hell out of people!"


Kutcher, who gained his early fame on a TV sitcom, "That 70s Show," has more recently been seen on the big screen. His last film was "No Strings Attached," which hit theaters in January.


He's also made his mark as a TV executive producer, most notably for MTV's hidden-camera show "Punk'd."

"Ashton is a pop culture triple threat -- film star, cutting-edge producer and a social media pioneer," said Nina Tassler, the head of CBS Entertainment. "He brings creativity, energy and personality to everything he touches. We are thrilled to have him."

CBS and Warner Bros. did not disclose how much Kutcher will earn. Sheen, who is embroiled in a lawsuit over his sudden dismissal from the show in March, was earning a reported $2 million for each episode.


Sheen responded to the news by praising Kutcher while taking a shot at the show's executive producer, Chuck Lorre.
"Ashton Kutcher is a sweetheart and a brilliant comedic performer. Oh wait, so am I!!," Sheen said in a written statement. "Enjoy the show America. Enjoy seeing 2.0 in the demo every Monday, WB. Enjoy planet Chuck, Ashton. There is no air, laughter, loyalty, or love there."

Producers had been scrambling in recent weeks to find a replacement for Sheen to keep one of TV's highest-rated sitcoms on the air for another year.

FEATURE DONE ON "THE CAMERA"

Ive been profiled before on other blogs and sites, but this is really flattering.
Fresh Gay did a post on G4TC and did a great job.
Thanks so much!

(They made me sound so important! Hehehehe...)
So check them out (the link is in my Blogroll) and check out the story they did about the site HERE.

CHEERS!
"The Camera"

12 May 2011

VINTAGE PLAYGIRL FOR YOU!!!!

I remeber this bloke from my younger days!
This is Bill Brinkham and boy, did I get off to him!
I was young and the late eighties and early nineties were an interesting time!
Enjoy!









11 May 2011

HARDCORE HUMPDAY IS BACK!!!

Yes, I know....
It's been a while since our last hardcore installment and what better day to do it on than HUMPDAY!!
Click on the snaps to enlarge them!
Enjoy!


















CHEERS!!
"The Camera"

SHAKE WEIGHT PIECE ON KTLA GOES....EXACTLY LIKE YOU THINK IT WOULD!!!

Yes, we've seen it on SOUTH PARK.
We've seen it on SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE...
But this is for real!

KTLA newscasters (I use that term loosely!) who are still hoping to wind up on a Cyalis or a Ruby Tuesday's commercial but just arent good enough, do the news in the meantime...
This is awkward and cheesy, but I laughed out loud many times....especially at the closeups of the guys in the Shake Weight class....Oh Lordy!

10 May 2011

HRC TO RICK SANTORUM: GET YOUR FACTS STRAIGHT AND PUT CHILDREN FIRST!!!!

The Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest civil rights organization dedicated to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) equality, today denounced former Pennsylvania senator and presidential hopeful Rick Santorum’s comments that adoption is a privilege that gay people are not entitled to. Despite the fact that over 100,000 children and youth across the country are in need of a loving home, and years of research that confirms sexual orientation has nothing to do with one’s ability to raise a child, Santorum continues to tell lies about LGBT families and myths about child welfare.

“If Rick Santorum wants to talk about family values, he should talk about the need to find permanent homes for every child – that is a value we all share,” said HRC President Joe Solmonese. “At a time when we have a child welfare crisis on our hands, Rick Santorum resorts to spreading lies about our families. The leading child welfare experts agree that adoptive parents should be judged by their character and their ability to raise a child, not their marital status or sexual orientation.”

The Child Welfare League of America, the nation’s oldest and largest child welfare organization, opposes restrictions on adoption and believes that applicants should be assessed on their ability to parent a child, not on their marital status or sexual orientation. The North American Council on Adoptable Children opposes laws and legislation that restrict the consideration of prospective foster and adoptive parents based on their sexual orientation.

“It is distressing that too many politicians are turning to their old games of discrimination and prejudice, on the backs of our children and families, to get attention,” said Ellen Kahn, Director of HRC’s Family Project and a professional social worker. “Years of research, public opinion, and the child welfare profession conclude that discrimination is not in the best interest of the children. They simply delay or deny access to stable, loving homes and force kids to languish in the foster care system.”

AG HOLDER INTERVENES IN GAY MAN'S DEPORTATION!!!!

Interesting stuff! Attorney General Eric Holder (pictured) has asked the Board of Immigration Appeals to reconsider the case of Paul Wilson Dorman, a gay man who is in the U.S. illegally and who had been cleared for deportation.




Holder wants the panel to consider whether Dorman, who is in a civil union under New Jersey law with his U.S. partner, would be considered a spouse if the federal Defense of Marriage Act was not in place.


I'll get you more info as soon as I hear....but kudos to AG Holder!! This is a step in the right direction!!

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