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Today was the day my little baby had a little trip to the vet, and now he doesn’t chase the other puppies anymore. In his honour I present you this post with hot guys and their kittens. Here’s to hoping that at least some of them got to keep their goodies intact…


Regarding recent events (the awesome news of Tatum and Zack’s baby girl!):

  • Tatum & Zack, and Maddy & Will never asked to be famous, and we should respect their privacy.
  • Their instagrams/social medias are not private probably because they’re tired of follower requests. All of the maternity/marriage posts are there for their families and friends to view, and not for the clique exclusively.
  • If you live in Columbus, or somewhere the Bretts and Josephs like to travel, you might run into them. I can’t make you not talk to them, but please consider how you would feel if someone approached you because they’re a fan of your sibling (and how awkward it would be to talk to a stranger about your baby)
  • Congratulations are super sweet and all, but people who are “famous” or related to someone famous don’t know you personally… don’t fall under the pretense that they do and act super weird.
  • It’s none of the clique’s business whether or not Jenna is pregnant/planning to have kids!
  • It is not our job to point out that Jenna is the only “sister” not pregnant. Leave her ALONE.
  • DON’T COMMENT ON RECENT PICTURES OF JENNA SAYING SHE LOOKS KIND OF PREGNANT. Not only is it a HUGE violation of privacy, but it’s also incredibly insulting if she isn’t pregnant.
  • Please remain respectful in everything you say, especially towards the expectant mothers and fathers. Pregnancy and parenting is hard enough without an entire fan base hanging onto every little thing you say and do.

This concludes my PSA!
Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Talks to Direct, Star in Musical Comedy With Channing Tatum (EXCLUSIVE)
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is eyeing a return to the director’s chair, tackling a movie musical with Channing Tatum by his side. Sources tell Variety that Gordon-Levitt is in early negotiations to …
By Justin Kroll

Finally an update about the musical Joe and Channing have been developing since last year:

To recap: Joe and Chan signed on for an original musical at Universal after Joe and Michael Bacall pitched the idea of two pilots getting into R-rated trouble. Michael, their friend, earlier co-star, and writer of 21 Jump Street has written the script.

Now Variety claims that Joe is in negotiations to direct the movie as well. Which is a bit surprising because Chan denied last year that either of them was up to direct it, because they wanted to focus on the performances, the singing and dancing.

Variety also has a bit more info on the plot:

The story follows two pilots who crash-land in Las Vegas. According to sources, the film is in the vein of “Pitch Perfect” meets “Book of Mormon,” with the dup covering Top 100 hits with a touch of adult humor.

And the working title is Wingmen.


Top: Romanian actors Corneliu Ulici (L), Olivia Nita and Florin Piersic Jr played the characters from Comrade Detective.

Bottom: American actors who provided English dub.

VICE interview with Channing Tatum

VICE: I’ll be honest: It took me a couple episodes to be convinced that this entire thing was made from scratch and wasn’t actually a digitally re-mastered pre-existing show. It’s that authentic-looking.

Tatum: Look, I’m a shitty salesman, so I’ll just go ahead and say this: I really like the pre-dubbed Romanian version of this thing. I hope Amazon makes it possible for you to watch the dubbed version and the Romanian version, because these actors are incredible. The actor who plays the character I voice, Florin Piersic, is so good, man. For all these Romanian actors to know that they were going to be dubbed and still care enough to “get it,” and to crush this tone that’s really tough to get—they’re self-aware, a little kitschy yet still emotionally connected to it.


Top 5 January 2017

1. American Honey (Andrea Arnold, 2016)

2. It Happened One Night (Frank Capra, 1934)

3. Paper Moon (Peter Bogdanovich, 1973)

4. The Searchers (John Ford, 1956)

5. Le fils de Joseph ( Eugène Green, 2016)