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David Beckham is Caught in His Wet Underwear in New Short Film from Guy Ritchie: VIDEO


David Beckham's H&M underwear line gets shown off in a new short film from director Guy Ritchie. In the clip, the footballer's robe is caught in the door of the family Range Rover and he has his clothes torn off in a mad dash after it, only to be left a wet and helpless tourist attraction on the streets of Beverly Hills.



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'Daily Mail' Raises Questions About David Beckham's Package: PHOTO


Bless British tabloid The Daily Mail for asking the serious questions: "David is that all YOU?" The question is the axis on which a probing expose of soccer star David Beckham's trot around LA for a new H&M underwear video campaign pivots. Guy Ritchie, too, has been implicated, as the director of said campaign. It's riveting stuff.

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News: Oscars, Movie Box Office, Guy Ritchie, Betty White


 road Tony Abbott, the leader of Australia's Oppositon party, is "threatened" by you: "There is no doubt that (homosexuality) challenges, if you like, orthodox notions of the right order of things.

 road Gawker has a fashion gallery of the men and women of the Oscars. Zoe Saldana's choice of dress was...unfortunate. Check out just the guys here.

 road Jean-Paul Gaultier received visual confirmation that Guy Ritchie did indeed go commando at his wedding to Madonna.

 road Even Anderson Cooper made time to take in the Oscar parties last night.

 road The fight for custody for children in Michigan same-sex couples: "A bill sponsored by Rep. Alma Wheeler Smith -- a Democratic candidate for governor -- that would allow adoption by an unwed partner is stalled on the House floor, as her peers appear unwilling to vote on an issue that could upset their conservative constituents."

 road Alice in Wonderland made mega mulah over the Oscar weekend.

 road Neil Patrick Harris wasn't lying when he said he wasn't performing a duet at the Academy Awards. He just wasn't telling the whole truth.

 road If you were to combine Victoria Beckham and Betty White, would the result be a Posh Golden Girl?

Towleroad Guide to the Tube #591

EMPIRE STATE OF MIND: From the PS22 Chorus.

FARMVILLE: The commercial.

GUY RITCHIE: Is gay for Sherlock Holmes.

MACGRUBER: The motion picture.

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Sherlock Holmes Copyright Holder Won't Tolerate Gay Subtext


Andrea Plunket, who holds the U.S. copyright to Sherlock Holmes is not happy that Robert Downey Jr. has been joking that the subtext of Holmes and Watson in Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes is gay.

Said Plunket: “I hope this is just an example of Mr. Downey's black sense of humour. It would be drastic, but I would withdraw permission for more films to be made if they feel that is a theme they wish to bring out in the future. I am not hostile to homosexuals, but I am to anyone who is not true to the spirit of the books.”

Michael Medved: 'There's Not a Seething, Bubbling Hunger to See Straight Stars Impersonating Homosexuals'


The NY Post today resurrected a February rumor from tabloid News of the World that Guy Ritchie has put a gay spin (that they warn could possibly backfire) on the relationship between Robert Downey Jr. (Sherlock) and Jude Law (Watson) in his update of Sherlock Holmes.

Medved While everything so far shows a stronger physicality in Downey's portrayal as well as some Odd Couple style co-habitation dialogue ("When do I complain about you practicing the violin at 3 in the morning. Or your mess? Or your general lack of hygiene, or the fact that you steal my clothes?")

So there's nothing really new here except a weigh-in from former Post movie critic Michael Medved (whose discomfort with gays is certainly nothing new) saying audiences just wouldn't want to see that:

"There's not a seething, bubbling hunger to see straight stars impersonating homosexuals. I think they're just trying to generate controversy . . . They know that making Holmes and Watson homosexual will take away two-thirds of their box office. Who is going to want to see Downey Jr. and Law make out? I don't think it would be appealing to women. Straight men don't want to see it."

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