Zac Efron Dances With Nicole Kidman In Rain-Soaked Tighty Whities

New stills of Zac Efron in The Paperboy, which I assume is about Zac’s relationship with an older woman who enjoys the New York Times so much that she pees on him after he’s stung by an angry homophobic jellyfish, have surfaced.

In them, he’s doing what he truly does best. Rolling around on the floor, almost completely naked.

Then for unknown reasons, Nicole [Kidman] decides that he isn’t quite in erotic enough of a situation, so she pushes him outside into the pouring rain and becomes so overwhelmed by old lady horniness that she grabs his hands and starts doing a menopausal mating dance of some sort.  Continue reading “Zac Efron Dances With Nicole Kidman In Rain-Soaked Tighty Whities”

V Magazine’s Nicole Kidman Looks Nothing Like Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman appears on V Magazine’s September travel issue promoting her new movie. A blonde, extra cougar-y Kidman tells V, “I don’t really make decisions, I go with the flow.”

Interesting quote, from the woman who pees on Zac Efron after he gets stung by a jellyfish in The Paperboy. She explains:

“For me, it said so much about Charlotte. One, she’s protecting him. Two, she’s tough as nails and no one else is going to pee on this guy. All of that made total sense to me.”

She also defends director Lars Von Trier’s famous nazi comments at Cannes. “I like Lars. I think he has made some terrible, terrible statements and mistakes, but I don’t think he really meant what he said. If he did, then I would not be friends with him. You know, he does strange stuff.”  Continue reading “V Magazine’s Nicole Kidman Looks Nothing Like Nicole Kidman”

Is That You, Nicole Kidman??

Nicole Kidman went CRAZY Baywatch blonde for her upcoming role in The Paperboy, costarring Zac Efron, John Cusack and Matthew Mcconaughey. I wonder how long Nicole will keep that huge mop of yellow hair? Yikes. Maybe it’s a wig? I’m no expert. Somebody investigate this for me? Very Stepford Wife-y.

Oh here’s a synopsis of The Paperboy, from Publisher’s Weekly, in case you were wondering.

“Narrator Jack James is the son of the Moat County Tribune’s editor and publisher. While Jack’s older brother, Ward, reports for the Miami Times, Jack has settled for a job delivering papers for the Tribune. But when Ward and his partner, evil dandy Yardley Acheman, come to Moat County to investigate the four-year-old murder of the local sheriff, Jack assists them in the inquiry.”

Wait, what? I fell asleep reading that summary.