Jake Gyllenhaal is still one fine looking fella. And Ryan Reynolds ain’t nothing to sneeze at either. 😛
It’s been fun watching the internet meltdown this week over Twin Peaks: The Return. A lot of people seemed to be expecting a nostalgic return to the Pacific Northwest and not the full on David Lynch madhouse mind fuck that is Parts 1-3 (Part 4 settles down somewhat). I was expecting this … it is Lynch after all! I am firmly on board to see where the next 14 parts take us. Kudos to Showtime for being willing to let Lynch (and Mark Frost) do their own freaky thing.
“What’s been happening?” you may ask. It was a pretty lazy weekend!
Hung out with Shortlegs and gossiped a little and talked about more adult things (jobs, home ownership, home buying). I think I miss my 20’s when it was not so “adult” more about where and when I was going to get drunk again.
PT and I walked around the lake instead of hiking as the weather was pretty gross. I dropped into Best Buy and picked up the Bob’s Burger’s Music Album on CD. I would love to have the deluxe vinyl edition but I can’t really justify spending that much money. Then I napped all afternoon and ordered cheap and sleazy Pizza Hunt for dinner. Viva la Cheap and Sleazy!
Did a little bit of work during the day and also binge watched the first season of Sense8. The show is pretty good and has a cast that is waaaaay too hot. Pictured below is that handsome German actor, Max Riemelt (shirtless, of course). He is in the show. Hubba!
And now another work week is underway …
Meanwhile … in honor of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 opening this weekend, here are some pictures of Chris Pratt (shirtless, of course).
Recently, I watched a couple of Douglas Sirk‘s movies that starred Rock Hudson. Man-oh-man was he handsome! I am particularly fond of “All That Heaven Allows,” a great melodrama about a romance between two people from different social classes.
And now for some more eye candy … Rock Hudson with a beard!
It’s the year of Snow White, apparently (what with two “re-imagined” major motion pictures opening). Thankfully, I can ignore those movies and put all my excitement into the new book which is illustrated by Camille Rose Garcia. She recently had a book signing and opening of “Snow White: The Complete Works on Paper” at the Michael Kohn Gallery. Her work for “Snow White” is absolutely stunning.