Brendan Fraser is a survivor of Hollywood’s ‘Jungle’
Brandon Fraser. He would collect every award awardable for “The Whale.” A boy is also a collector. He also collects vintage Polaroids.
Fraser deserves an award for excellence. In ’99 the film stars – at an airport – helping an elderly couple struggle with their luggage. He picked it up for them. They didn’t recognize him and offered a $3 tip. I don’t know if he took it or not. Then starring in “Dudley Do-Right,” “The Mummy” sequel, “George of the Jungle” and “Blast from the Past,” he probably didn’t need it. 1999 I reported that some cockamamie news team awarded him the best butt. May 2001, I once wrote to Superhot Frazer, who sold the fragrance in a department store for Christmas. ’08 He was in “The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor”.
He and ex-wife Afton share the same birthday. The best actor, the best human being, this resurrection – thanks to director Darren Aronofsky’s genius in casting him – couldn’t have happened to a better man.
Judy Brown’s “The Comedy Thesaurus”: The realtor praises the house’s spectacular view and Garry Shandling’s: “For 500 grand I’d open the curtains and see chests in front of the window.” And J Lennoz: “Two in three women had sex with someone in the office. I can’t even get the toner to go into the copier.
Steve Martin: “It’s hard to keep a marriage together in Hollywood because we sleep with so many people.”
Now listen to this
Recent statements: DeSantis-appointed Disney oversight board includes an evangelical pastor who Homosexuality is believed to be due to increased estrogen in the water From birth control pills. So, listen, if running to Tampa, sip the seltzer.
And looking at the barbarian Kellyanne Conway Is Too Smart About Divorced Husband? stand down easy Exchange barbs with conservative Republican lawyer George and you’ll look like post-WWII Poland.
All female casting
Women’s History Month Oscar-nominated “Women Talking” stars Frances McDormand, Claire Foy, Judith Ivy, Rooney Mara. They shared trailers and worked together in a hayloft. But customers need it. grossed over $6 million at the box office.
Town Hall’s International Women’s Day benefit event Wednesday will feature Valerie Simpson of Ashford & Simpson. She and late husband Nick Ashford once owned NYC’s Sugar Bar — where she, songwriters Jim Fragel and Charlie Calello made those three notes after Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” — dah dah dah — Motown legends. had become
Women are still fighting for equal rights? I mean, please. What do they mean – equal? Women who want to be equal to men lack ambition.
And No Only in New York, baby, only in New York.