Is it me, or do there seem to be a fair amount of good movies coming out over the next few months to a year? Maybe I’m just drunk off of all the Harry Potter nonsense, but I’m seeing film for the remainder of 2011 and into 2012 through the rosiest glasses possible.
Take the newest Sherlock Holmes film. I mean, it looks GREAT. I don’t even LIKE Jude Law, and my girl Rachel McAdams isn’t even in this one, but in spite of that stuff, I am totally looking forward to seeing this in theaters. It looks amazing.
Also? I think Robert Downey Jr. makes a damn handsome woman. If that fact in itself isn’t enough to make you want to run out and see this movie, well. I guess all of your priorities are just wrong, friend.
So the lovely Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was recently asked to be the spokesmodel for the new Burberry Body perfume, and I have to say: good choice. I mean, who better to lie around naked in a thin trench coat than one of the hottest tickets in the world right now?
Emmy-winning Ted Danson is probably television’s greatest actor—definitely better than Dennis Farina, John Larroquette, even Frasier. Hell, Ted Danson is better than Bronson Pinchot and Michael Chiklis combined.
“From the moment we all started talking about the role, it was clear he couldn’t be more perfect,” said executive producer Don McGill. “Intelligence, wit, warmth, depth of character and emotion, he brings it all. And now he’ll have to bring latex gloves, too.”
Can you even imagine Ted Danson as a forensic scientist? No? That’s OK. According to Entertainment Weekly, CBS also propositioned Tony Shalhoub, John Lithgow, and Robin Williams. Listen, I am on-top-of-the-world. I haven’t been this excited since James Spader scored a role on The Office last month.