Category: Jeremy Irons
The “House Of Gucci” Character Posters Are Here
In honor of the House of Gucci trailer dropping tonight, MGM released a bunch of molto elegante e drammatico character posters featuring the film’s leads. We’ve already seen some on-set pap shots and star Lady Gaga tweeted a pic of her and Adam Driver in full rich-Italian-nineties-chalet mode, but this is our first official look at the entire Gucci famiglia. It includes an unrecognizable Jared Leto in fat/bald Bobby Cannavale drag. At that point, why even spend the cash hiring Jared Leto? For all we know they could be Trojan Horse-casting Kevin Spacey under all those prosthetics! Continue reading
Jeremy Irons Has Addressed His Past Controversial Remarks For The Last Time
We can thank Jeremy Irons for one of the wildest theories about why legalizing gay marriage is a slippery slope that might one day lead to fathers marrying their own sons for tax purposes. He’s also expounded on why slapping ladies on the tushy ain’t so bad because “any woman worth her salt can deal with it.” And another time he said that he’s glad the Catholic church doesn’t allow abortion because otherwise “nobody’s saying that it’s a sin.” Fortunately, Jeremy’s since learned to keep his trap shut instead of starting a podcast called Pumping Irons. However, according to Variety, Jeremy’s had to address his past remarks after being named president of the international jury for the Berlin International Film Festival, aka the Berlinale.
There Probably Won’t Be A Season 2 Of “Watchmen”
*Possible (mild) spoilers for season 1 ahead.
It looks like we’ll never get to see an enormous Regina King fuck shit up with a 12-inch blue strap-on as Dr. Manhattan because Watchmen will almost certainly not be coming back for a second season. According to USA Today, the show’s creator Damon Lindelof decided to bounce while the bouncing was good. Which is perhaps a blessing considering he still probably gets hate mail for shitting the bed on those last couple seasons of Lost.
Jeremy Irons Is Talking Again
Jeremy Irons, aka that stuck-up brother-killing rat bastard Scar from The Lion King (as well as other things, I’m sure), has a lot of opinions pushing around in his head. I’m sure there are a bunch of harmless ones, like about scarves being the ultimate serious thespian accessory or how prayer hands are a much more sophisticated greeting than a tacky-ass wave. But the ones that end up coming out of his mouth are sometimes not as cute. Back in 2013, Jeremy hawked up a greasy thought wad about gay marriage possibly leading to fathers marrying their sons for tax reasons (an opinion he later tried to backpedal on). Well, now he’s got an opinion on abortions and marriage. And guess what? They’re the kind of opinions that he’s probably going to end up wishing he’d kept inside his head, tucked behind his brain stem along with that shit about gay marriage.
Max Irons Had A Few Things To Say About His Dad Jeremy Irons’ Thoughts On Gay Marriage
All the way back in 2013, Jeremy Irons was asked about his thoughts on same-sex marriage during an interview with HuffPo and the anus slit on his brain shat out a gurgling stream of WHAT. Jeremy mouth farted up some shit about how gay marriage shouldn’t be called gay marriage, because that’ll lead to fathers marrying their sons for tax purposes. That sounds like the plot of the sequel to “I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry” that nobody asked for. The interviewer brought up the fact that a father couldn’t really marry his son due to a thing called incest laws. Jeremy then said that a father getting with his son isn’t incest since they can’t make a baby together. A picture of Jeremy Irons’ mind ended up on the side of millions of milk cartons since he obviously lost it. He later tried to clean up those messy statements. Cut to today….
Jeremy Irons Tries To Clear Up His Whole “Gay Marriage Might Lead To Fathers Marrying Their Sons For Tax Reasons” Argument
Jeremy Irons made it really difficult for me to twist my nipples while watching him in Brideshead Revisited when he said in a chat with HuffPost Live that he’s worried that same-sex marriage will lead to fathers marrying their sons to get out of paying estate taxes. Those words made White Oprah curse Jeremy Irons’ name, because she was planning to marry Lindsay Lohan for that reason alone and he uncovered her scheme!
Jeremy said that he feels like same-sex marriage could “debase” the meaning of marriage and could lead to Kay Jewelers putting out a line of father/son wedding rings. “A kiss begins with INCEST!” But Jeremy says that he isn’t anti-gay and he was just brain farting up a thought during a discussion about same-sex marriage. Jeremy posted an open letter onto his website and tried to clear some shit up.
I am deeply concerned that from my on line discussion with the Huffington Post, it has been understood that I hold a position that is anti gay. This is as far from the truth of me as to say that I believe the earth is flat.
I was taking part in a short discussion around the practical meaning of Marriage, and how that institution might be altered by it becoming available to same-sex partners. Perhaps rather too flippantly I flew the kite of an example of the legal quagmire that might occur if same sex marriage entered the statute books, by raising the possibility of future marriage between same sex family members for tax reasons, (incest being illegal primarily in order to prevent inbreeding, and therefore an irrelevance in non reproductive relationships). Clearly this was a mischievous argument, but nonetheless valid.
I am clearly aware that many gay relationships are more long term, responsible and even healthier in their role of raising children, than their hetero equivalents, and that love often creates the desire to mark itself in a formal way, as Marriage would do. Clearly society should find a way of doing this. I had hoped that even on such a subject as this, where passions run high, the internet was a forum where ideas could be freely discussed without descending into name-calling.
I believe that is what it could be, but it depends on all of us behaving, even behind our aliases, in a humane, intelligent and open way.
“The internet was a forum where ideas could be freely discussed without descending into name-calling….” The fuck kind of internet has he been going on? Calling a trick a name on the internet is like breathing in oxygen in real life.
Jeremy Irons shouldn’t have wasted his time typing out a response when he could’ve been using his time to propose to his son (who looks like this. Yeah, I’d gay marry him all the way.) Jeremy should’ve just let Stephen Colbert respond for him officially, because Stephen Colbert put it best: