“Man of Steel” came out on DVD last week. Please forgive me for not posting something the day of this blessed event. For the record, I blame jet lag.
For those of you not really in to the superhero scene, I give you exhibit A:
Oh wait. That’s Henry Cavill. Pardon me. We need something will a little more spandex. Ah. Here we go. Exhibit B:
Superman in front of an American flag? Hello new screensaver!
In honor of my beloved Ryan Gosling’s birthday, I decided to pay tribute to him by providing a few links where I’ve mentioned him over the years here on IHGB. Hopefully, someone who knows someone who knows someone who knows him will forward this very page so he can read and begin to understand my deep affection for him and his alter ego, Noah Calhoun. It is then that he will have my permission go ahead and start falling in love with me.
I’ve always thought it’s important to have a goal.
HERE is a post from 2011 in which I scoff at the fine folks over at People Magazine for not naming Ryan “Sexiest Man Alive.”
HERE is where I threaten to start a letter writing campaign because THEY STILL DIDN’T GET IT RIGHT THE NEXT YEAR.
HERE is my most recent post, describing a brilliant book which features Mr. Gosling.
THIS is Hotter than Crap Ryan’s induction into my Hall of Fame.
CLICK HERE to see my open Letter to Emma Stone, in which I ask for specific details from the infamous Dirty Dancing lift in Crazy, Stupid Love.
THIS is when I confessed that I purchased a song from iTunes because of Ryan Gosling. I think of him every time I hear it. Sigh.
THIS is a story about how Ryan plays the role of my imaginary boyfriend every year at Christmas.
Happy Birthday dear Ryan. May all
my your wishes and dreams come true this year!
I would encourage you to take a moment today and remember all of our veterans. Each and every one has sacrificed more than we will ever know. We are blessed to live in a country that is rooted in freedom and bravery.
Happy Veteran’s Day Daddy. I’m so proud that you served our country in Vietnam. I love you!
(Please feel free to remember loved ones serving in the military by leaving an encouraging word in the comments section.)
1. Carrie Underwood can sing. And her hair rivals that of one Tammi Taylor. I feel jealous.
2. The nuns are younger. Clearly NBC is looking to pull more of the Sister Act fanbase than the original Rodgers and Hammerstein version. I feel intrigued.
3. There’s that dude from SMASH. Am I the only one who watched that show? Who is he supposed to be? Rolfe? Max? I feel confused.
4. Vampire Bill’s assistant better remind him to take out the ice on his earlobe before showtime. I feel gangsta for using the street term “ice” in a sentence.
5. This is a LIVE show people. You have have exactly four weeks to prepare your insides. I feel dizzy.