Usually, I’m not attracted to actors who are traditionally thought of as “sex symbols.” Brad Pitt? Meh. Ryan Gosling? Whatever. Chris Hemsworth, Evans, Pratt, and Pine? I’m good, thanks! But Oscar Isaac… ohhh, Óscar Isaac Hernández Estrada… he is the one, true exception. Especially when he’s rocking some stubble. Did you see him in Dune? Hoo boy. OK, let me compose myself here. Recently, sexy, sexy Oscar sat down for an interview with the Chinese publication, ET Today, to promote his new Disney+ superhero show, Moon Knight, and he was asked what he thought about fans referring to him as “Daddy.” 43-year-old Oscar replied, “I didn’t know the fans called me Daddy, but that’s OK. They can call me Daddy if they want to. I don’t mind.”
This past Saturday, Oscar Isaac took a good, long sniff of Jessica Chastain’s smelly armpit in front of dozens of photographers and industry types on the Venice International Film Festival red carpet. At least that’s what it looked like in the photos. In reality, Oscar was sensually rubbing Jessica, staring into her eyes, and giving her sweet, sweet arm kisses. The slo-mo video of this
obvious publicity stunt completely unrehearsed, totally authentic moment between two married actors promoting their new HBO series, Scenes From A Marriage, went viral, with thirsty fanboys and girls creaming their jorts over the actors’ chemistry. Now Jessica has responded with a tweet referencing Oscar’s inspiration: Gomez Addams, the original Certified Lover Boy™… Continue reading
Let’s see, a dusty, raggedy, hungry hole of doom that men will run from at first sight? Why it’s like looking into a mirror… while back down/legs up.
If you’re in certain parts of California, you can look outside of your window and see scenes straight out of Dune thanks to the demonic wildfires. But for others, the trailer for Denis Villeneuve’s take on Frank Herbert’s novel Dune came out today and it’s very Weekend At Burning Man. And I’m sure many a hard-trick are throwing death glares at the grains of sand because millions of them probably got up in Jason Momoa’s crotch during the filming of this. Speaking of Jason, he’s actually not the best part of the trailer. That title solely belongs to the no-no-faced sandworm above. Although, it’s not the biggest asshole in the movie. I mean, Josh Brolin is in this after all.
Back in June John Boyega made headlines when he gave an impassioned, impromptu speech at a Black Lives Matter protest in London. In it, he said, “I don’t know if I’m going to have a career after this, but fuck that.” Celebs like Jordan Peele, Olivia Wilde, and his Star Wars director JJ Abrams took to Twitter to assure John that they’d still love to work with him.
Now, John’s continuing that honesty streak in a new interview with GQ. He discusses Black Lives Matter, his personal journey to self-actualization, and being a Black actor in the Star Wars franchise. He says that he, along with other actors of color like Naomi Ackie, Kelly Marie Tran, and even Oscar Isaac (whom John refers to as “a brother from Guatemala”), were trotted out to sell the movies, but sidelined in the actual films.
Late last year, we saw the final Star Wars film in the third official Star Wars trilogy, which I know is as confusing as trying to decipher what R2-D2 is saying, so I’m very sorry about that. Basically, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker pretty much wrapped up all the stories created by George Lucas’ Star Wars prequels and sequels. It’s done! We know what happened to Luke and Leia and Chewy and all those crazy puppets – they lived happily ever after (or…dead, depending on the character). For example, here’s what happened to Oscar Isaac’s Poe Dameron. He ended the trilogy looking hot and serious and (sadly) not getting space-married to Finn. Poe’s story is done, and so is Oscar’s time with Star Wars. Well, at least for the time being. There is one thing that could pull him back into the galaxy far, far away, and it’s money.
There’s a trailer out for the Julian Schnabel directed Vincent van Gogh biopic called At Eternity’s Gate starring Willem Dafoe. Finally, Americans will have an answer to the age old question: is it pronounced van Go or van Goff? Have you been walking around saying “Van Go” like an unsophisticated colonial rube your whole life, or have you been putting a little English on it and pronouncing it “Van Goff” like a continental rube your whole life? Here’s the trailer which also stars Danish snack Mads Mikkelsen as a priest (yes, Father I have sinned. I’m sinning myself as we speak), and American snack Oscar Isaac as Polynesian titty aficionado Paul Gauguin.