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Put This In Your Spank Bank: AnnaLynne McCord Dressed As a Na’vi

When one of the hottest TV actresses out there dresses up as a character from one of the biggest nerd movies of the decade, that’s bound to do something for someone. That’s the very first thing I thought of when I saw these photos of AnnaLynne McCord shooting scenes for 90210 in full Na’vi. I mean, this is basically SFW jerk-off material (pardon my language!) for an entire set of people out there.

I predict that this gallery will garner millions of hits over the years, all from the same fifty-something IP addresses.

Fetish community, you have a friend in me.

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The Avatar Premiere Was a Dress Disaster

Everyone at this LA premiere was dressed like the ’80s came back and they were angry. Ahem.

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Audrina Patridge: FAIL. I’m itchy and hot just looking at that get-up.

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Michelle Rodriguez: GIANT FAIL. She looks like she rolled out of bed and went to try on prom dresses at Forever 21.

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Zoe Saldana: It’s like Tonya Harding got a hold of a perfectly nice dress and asked herself how she could add a little more “white trash” to it. Haaaate it so much, but Zoe’s so damn beautiful she can get away with almost anything. Almost.

Leona Lewis, “I See You” Video (Avatar Theme)

I know I’m supposed to be really really excited about this movie, but I’m not. Sorry. The animation does look kind of cool, but if I wanted to see weird alien-looking people have sex I’d just track down the Kim Kardashian sex tape. The $230M James Cameron blockbuster hasn’t even been released in North America, but it’s leading in Golden Globes nods. Talk about hype!

I’m also unexcited about Leona Lewis’s music video for the theme song, “I See You.” I am unexcited about the cheap-ass special effects they used in her video after spending over $200 million animating this film. And I am least excited about the dress she is wearing, which I hope did not cost anyone more than $5.

Anyway. I know bunches of you want to see it, so here it is. Enjoy!