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Here Are Five Shirtless Reasons to Read This News Dump

By Dustin Rowles | Industry | October 26, 2012 |

By Dustin Rowles | Industry | October 26, 2012 |

There were a lot of news stories this morning, and while many of them fit into my “Everything Old Is Crap Again” theme, these four were more suitable to my shirtless theme.

You’re welcome.

I guess the best news of the bunch is word that there is some very scant speculation from Naomie Harris that someday, perhaps not too far into the distance future, Idris Elba could potentially take the James Bond role from Daniel Craig. Craig, however, has two more pics, and this is all pure conjecture. But it’s fun conjecture that comes with shirtless Idris.


In not so good news, according to The Playlist, Ryan Gosling has left the Logan’s Run remake, which would’ve been his first huge tentpole picture. His Drive director, Nicholas Winding Refn, however, is still attached to direct. But just because Gosling has left doesn’t mean you don’t get a shirtless photo.


Speaking of ditching projects, Matthew Vaughn has left the director’s chair on the sequel to the X-Men prequel, First Class. Funnily enough, Fox is looking into hiring Bryan Singer — the director of the first two X-Men movies — to take over the gig. Let’s celebrate with shirtless Fassbender (and McAvoy, in the header).


Meanwhile, Adam Sandler has lined up his next project, as well. He’ll star in Ridiculous 6, a Western he will star in and co-write along with frequent partner, Tim Herlihy. Undoubtedly, the other five slots will be filled by the usual Sandler hangers-on. This shirtless photo of Sandler is suitable for the occasion.


Oh, I wouldn’t leave you with that image burned into your brain. I’m not a cruel overlord. Here’s some Fassbender to look at while you make your way to your bunk.


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