Badurday- May 18- Benedict Cumberbatch

I’m not a huge Star Trek fan- I prefer Star Wars and Doctor Who, but I am a very, very big fan of Benedict Cumberbatch. I think he’s absolutely brilliant and I’m planning to see the movie for him and him alone. It’ll be two hours of bliss for me- at least when he’s on the screen. I also like Simon Pegg and some of the other actors in this one but be sure Benedict is the lure for me and he looks to be deliciously evil in this one. If you see it, I hope you enjoy!

On my personal blog, I’m participating in a blog hop and have a couple of giveaways. I’m also donating sales proceeds for the weekend to my local animal shelter. Pop in and say hi at JillianChantal.com

WetsDay Tudor Edition

With great appreciation, I salute SFCatty for helping out with the Wetsday boys recently.  I have been exercising the prerogative of tortured artistic literary souls exemplified by Poe, Plath, Hemingway, et al and being very sulky and drinking too much cheap white wine.  Interfered greatly with my ability to blog.

But enough is enough. I am tired of suffering for my art.  I have the Christmas Spirit, and I am in an insufferably good mood.  So here we go with my wet boy for the week. 

You know and love him as King Henry VIII in The Other Boleyn Girl, where he gave Jonathan Rhys Myers a run for his money as the sexiest Tudor — Charles Laughton, give it up — you ain’t even in the running!  He was kind of alienish-evil in Star Trek, but I have to say my favorite of his movies is the first time I saw him, as a Mossad counterterrorism agent in Munich.   Cool film — watch it if you can find it.

Anyway, our Wet Man of the Week is the very studly Mr. Eric Bana:

I mean, check out those legs! To paraphrase Bridget Jones: “Legs up to there? My legs only go up to here!”

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