Even though Pierce Brosnan will always be my favorite James Bond, I am deeply saddened that we lost our 1973 Bond, Sir Roger Moore, this week.
In remembrance, this week’s Fan Art Friday’s goes out to Sir Moore. Enjoy this sketch of the actor as James Bond by Patricio Carbajal, also known as Pat. I can’t get over how perfect the hair is in this rough sketch!
See more of Pat’s art at www.patart-pat.blogspot.com, and enjoy one of Sir Roger Moore’s James Bond scenes below.
Looks like this misery might actually end for sure in 2020.
This week, our favorite rock, Dwayne Johnson, gave us all some hope during a GQ interview and while on Jimmy Fallon’s show when he said he’d consider running for president in the upcoming election.
If anyone can save us from the disaster and woes that the Trump Administration has brought upon us, it’s Mr. Johnson. He’s a strong man with a kind heart.
In celebration of the possibility that The Rock might be our next president, let’s admire this cool fan art I found of the actor on Deviant Art by theSinchan. I’m really digging the patriotism on the t-shirt.
View the original fan art here, and watch Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson talk about running in 2020 on The Tonight Show!
Melissa McCarthy rode a podium through Midtown Manhattan as Sean Spicer this morning, and I’m kind of upset because I was in the area yet I missed it!
SNL basically secured their TV ratings this for this weekend. With all the craziness that went down in the Washington, DC this week, we’re all going to need some comedic relief.
Over on Instagram, I found this delightful Spicey Mcc cookie made by @thecookiearchitect.
Might I say that Sean Spicer/Melissa McCarthy’s eyebrows and eyelashes look phenomenal on this cookie. I wonder if these cookies are being sold. Even if they were I wouldn’t want to eat it.
Would it go bad if I left it on display in a mason jar?
See the original cookie art here.
Fan Art Fridays will be back next week!
Spanish gem Penelope Cruz is 43 today!
I guess she’s turning out to be one of those lucky people that age gracefully.
I’ve never watched any of her Spanish films, but I have seen her in Woody Allen’s To Rome With Love and Vicky Cristina Barcelona, both in which she played very bold characters. Her performance always grabs your attention, and I think she’s really great at making characters that would otherwise seem unrelatable have somewhat of a likeability factor.
In celebration of Penelope Cruz’s birthday today, I’ve decided to feature this piece of digital fan art by Barry Weatherley over at artbybaz.com for this week’s Fan Art Fridays. That look on her face, man—I wonder how her husband Javier Bardem handles all of that hotness on a daily basis!
See the original fan art on artbybaz.com.
Paramore is back with some new music this week!
Their new song and music video “Hard Times” was released on Wednesdays, and Paramore fans are super stoked. So many things have changed about the band since their self-titled album came out in 2013. Hayley Williams got married, she died her hair blonde (loving it!), Zac Farro left for his solo project HalfNoise, and now he’s back!
So much excitement going on here!
In honor of this, enjoy a piece of Paramore fan art I found on Deviant Art by KoRniszonka. It features a 2012 version of the band, which included Hayley, Jeremy, and Taylor.
Oh, how times have changed.
Be sure to check out the original fan art on Deviant Art and watch “Hard Times” below!
Or should I say Emma Stone and Jacob Staudenmaier?!
Promposal season seems to be off to a delightful start after Ryan Gosling’s doppelganger Jacob Staudenmaier asked Emma Stone to prom with a delightful La La Land inspired proposal.
Sadly, she won’t be able to go with Jacob Staudenmaier due to prior engagements in London, as she explained to him in a letter. She lessened the blow by adding “P.S. I do see Gosling around the eyes.”
Let’s just pretend this La La Land Golden Globes moment captured in cartoon form by Daniel Kordek (daekazu) over on Deviant Art is actually of Emma Stone and Jacob Staudenmaier. How amazing are those eyes?!
See more of Daniel Kordek’s work.