‘I’ve Seen Bigger,’ Says 2008’s Nelson Evora To 2012’s Henrik Rummel

A U.S. rower named Henrik Rummel is attracting attention for more than just the bronze medal he received. During the medal ceremony for the coxless four (the jokes really do write themselves) he was photographed with what everyone thought was a boner.

Rummel went straight to the source of the rumors (the Reddit comment section) to deny them. “This is me and I swear it’s not erect! I don’t know why it ended up in that position but there you go,” he wrote under the username “Rummelator.”

Well, American rower with possible wood, I see your coxless whatever and raise you a Portuguese track and field star with bigger, potentially paralyzing wood.  Continue reading “‘I’ve Seen Bigger,’ Says 2008’s Nelson Evora To 2012’s Henrik Rummel”

Daniel Craig Says ‘Skyfall’ Is Better Than His Other Crappy Bond Movies

It has officially been 50 years since the very first James Bond film, Dr. No, was released in 1962.

The third Bond film starring Daniel Craig and 23rd overall will make it to theaters in the fall, Craig calls Skyfall his best ever.

MTV visited the set in London and talked to villain Javier Bardem plus the blond knight himself, fresh off the Dragon Tattoo wagon. DC says:

“It’s great, it’s been awhile, and we’ve been planning this for a good couple of years now, gathering together, getting Sam Mendes on board, and then Sam casting such a great bunch of people, so I’ve been kind of itching to get going for a while.”  Continue reading “Daniel Craig Says ‘Skyfall’ Is Better Than His Other Crappy Bond Movies”

‘X-Factor’ Is NOT Bigger Than ‘American Idol’

Judges L.A. Reid, Nicole Scherzinger, Paula Abdul and Simon Cowell

Simon Cowell’s X-Factor debuted in America on Wednesday, September 21st, after endless promotional hype and the phenomenal pairing and reunion of him and Paula Abdul’s “Opposites Attract” chemistry.

Cowell told Rolling Stone that the show “Feels different, it feels more modern, it looks bigger, but most importantly it’s just got a
different voice to ‘Idol…'”

Continue reading “‘X-Factor’ Is NOT Bigger Than ‘American Idol’”