Hall of Fame: Volume 3
It’s time for another induction into the Hall of Fame. If you missed out the first two times, you can feast your eyes on my inaugural post here and my “funny bone” post here. As always, all inductees can be found in a special photo album on my Facebook page. Enjoy!
From the moment Sydney Bristow introduced Will into my life, I have been a fan of Bradley Cooper. Those eyes. That scruff. Those eyes. That grin. Those eyes. Sure most of his characters in recent movies have been full on chach since the days he used to visit me every Sunday night for five years when Alias was the best show on earth, but I can overlook that. Scroll back up and behold those EYES. And for those of you who like chests, I encourage you to Google image search the words “Bradley Cooper” and “A-Team.” Trust me.
I first adored Chris Pine in the movie Just My Luck. Don’t you remember when it came out? It was the summer of 2006. Me and those two 12-year-old girls were the only ones in that Oklahoma City theater. Not Lindsay Lohan’s best moment, but Chris was all I cared about at the time.
Then I Netflicked Blind Dating. Let’s just say that my sweet Pine did not score an academy award nomination, but the infatuation did continue.
Then James Tiberius Kirk entered my life with that little mischievous grin and sarcastic personality. I was hooked. I saw Star Trek three times. I went on opening weekend, dragging two boys who were prepared to be unimpressed, a friend who had no interest whatsoever and a pregnant lady. Now I can’t speak for them all, but one can only assume by the debriefing afterward that we all had a fine time. The ladies were quick to conclude: He can beam me up anytime.
I’ve been cyber stalking him ever since. I can’t wait to meet him so he can go ahead and start falling in love with me.
God bless Stetson cologne and the person who convinced Matthew McConaughey to be the spokesperson. Am I right? I think this exact photo was my very first screen saver. Lord have mercy.
When I was a freshman at Baylor, I wrote a paper for my social media class on Dazed and Confused. Needless to say, Wooderson was a main character. I own five movies in which Matthew McConaughey is a main character. Do you have any movies starring him?
You’d be a lot cooler if you did…