Friday, February 15, 2008

Come For Tennessee on Broadway, Stay For James on Viagra

Remember when Basic Instinct came out, and it was a pretty good movie but all anyone talked about was Sharon Stone's interrogation scene? Well, the same thing's about to happen to Broadway's upcoming revival of Tennessee Williams's Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. On March 7, every reviewer in town is going to lead with the tour de force of tumescence that is James Earl Jones. Yeah, that's right. Say it again in a deep, harrowing voice so it resonates and scares all the children away. JAMES EARL JONES.
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James Earl Jones still has sex [Vulture]

1 comment:

  1. I had the great good fortune to meet and briefly chat with Mr. Jones when I was an extra in his movie "Three Fugitives."

    You always hear stories about him where he's really cool in this, that or the other way but I'm here to set the record straight.

    James Earl Jones is made entirely out of awesome.

    He's smart, funny and kind. He's a consummate professional who goes more than the extra mile to make sure any project he's involved in is the best it can be.

    (Can you tell I'm a fan?)

    Just wanted to give you the word.



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