Saturday, May 20, 2017

Blind Item #3

This former A list mostly movie actor is still hanging on to A- list. I mean he has a franchise, although not the lead. When he had that chance, he blew it. Anyway, he is out of the country and partying away minus his boyfriend. Whenever this closeted actor goes away on his own, bad things happen to him.

9 comments:

sandybrook said...

JakeyG? In Cannes now.

Isaburd said...

Renner

Sd auntie said...

Blind gossip has one item about three models on a yacht and an actor quotes their prices in an obnoxious manner. Immediately guessed Jake G. Thought it was funny. Hope nobody asks for a refund. Lol

dianavonthirstybird said...

Jake's Cannes film was booed throughout. Something to do with Netflix's breaking rules. Life goes on.

Mishka said...

I thought Jeremy Renner too!. Weirdo.

Karen said...

The venom in the item suggests it is Renner. Renner is in Cannes, but so is his supposed boyfriend. Again there is absolutely no sneaking about and he can be seen in photos and video - which Enty always seems to miss. Kristoffer Winters is part of Renner's production company and he is listed as a producer n Renner's nexy project, so if nothing else he is probably there looking for funding and distribution deals.

RenShaw said...

Jake G is not in a film franchise so it sounds more like Renner. I don't fully understand what Netflix has done to ruffled French feathers (they refused to abide by the new festival rule that all movies should be shown in French cinemas) whatever that means. I just can't take the French seriously. Loved the Okja trailers.

Scandi Sanskrit said...

I saw that. The news made it to Al-Jazeera. Personally, I don't get the whole "must-watch-in-a-cinema" snobbery. But at the same time, maybe they should've released it online (for the plebs) AFTER the film fest was actually over?

I think both sides were wrong in this case, TBH. Can't take sides on this one.

Leslie said...

"Okja" was booed supposedly because Netflix did not abide by the rule that films screened at Canne be shown in French theatres.