Blind Items: I Guess, You Guess

August 24, 2009 / Posted by:

This B+ director is known around Hollywood as King Peen. The nickname comes from one of his movies and also because he has what has been judged to be the biggest peen in town. He is happy to show it to anyone. Not in a sexual way but as kind of like a Ripley’s situation. (CDAN)

The only way to know for sure is if you run into Paul Thomas Anderson (director of Boogie Nights) ask to his wang. If he punches you in the teefs, move on to Bobby Farrelly (co-director of Kingpin) and ask him the same question. If he kicks you in the crotch bone, then try Terry Gilliam (director of The Fisher King). And then David O. Russell (director of Three Kings) and so on and so forth. We can’t stop until the ginormopeen has been found!

This former A list movie actress has a nickname of Deputy Dawg. Yes, spelled like that. She got the nickname because of a movie she was in which featured police. Oh, and the dawg part came because as she made her way through cast and crew sleeping with them she would bark like a dog during sex. The name stuck. (CDAN)

Star of Police Academy 4, Sharon Stone? The cougar barks!

This very large, former A list television actor and now movie actor got his nickname Flash because he likes nothing more than to wear boxers around the set and makes sure his fly always stays open. (CDAN)

James Gandolfini? And it’s gross that this made me percolate. I need to be cleansed!

Which reality TV women party so hard every night that reporters gripe the ladies don’t get out of bed to do phone interviews in the day? (Page Six)

The Police Women of Broward County, of course. Durr.

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