Tune into Spike.com's new daily feature that gathers all the day's essentials into one napsack of dude. Check out stories from all our favorite web spots and become a champion of small talk. Today we've got new pics of Jennifer Aniston bikini style, Britney's sex tape, leaked production stills of the Friday the 13th remake, and so much more. Hit the jump.
Everyone is talking about Jennifer Aniston's latest bikini pictures. She looks hot, but sadly she is all alone. All she seems to do these days is lounge poolisde in a killer two-piece. Such is life.
Today is the beginning of Rosh Hashanah and the folks at Heeb magazine have created the world's first Jewish swimsuit calendar. The calendar features six lovely Israeli ladies, including models Bar Regaeli and Esti Ginzborg. What better way to celebrate the Jewish faith than by ogling some Hebrew honeys?
Britney Spears' ex-boyfriend has confirmed he owns a sex tape featuring himself and the singer getting’ it on in Mexico. Adnan Ghalib, the British paparazzi whom she dated during her breakdown, says he will definitely sell the tape for the right price. Hot damn.
Rock legend Bruce Springsteen will be doing his New Jersey thang with the E Street Band at this year's Super Bowl halftime show in Tampa. Whether or not this will contain a nipple slip from the Boss is anyone's guess.
Video has surfaced that shows Sam Rockwell as a kid during his high school years (junior year, to be exact) in an improvisation club. Priceless for all fans of Rockwell. The bad news? You have to sit through a performance by Margaret Cho, his scene partner.
Kenneth Branagh is Marvel's man to direct the Thor film, which is set to be released in 2010. It's a surprising announcement considering Branagh's Shakespearean background.
New pictures of Jason Voorhees from the upcoming remake of Friday the 13 have surfaced -- both with Jason in and out of the mask. Look and be horrified.
Everyone knew Paul Newman as an actor, and as a celebrity. But many didn't know him as the eight-time CART winner who'd made his mark in the racing world as well.
The rivalry between the Yamaha R1 and the GSXR has been going on for the better part of a decade now, and Suzuki's latest offering shows they're got no plans of slowing down anytime soon. The new 1000 gets performance boosts from engine tweaks and weight reduction, and it's putting Suzuki back in the running for top dog in 2009.
Apple’s tech stocks have plummeted (like most of the rest of the stock market today) amid general carnage, but also in the shadow of Morgan Stanley and RBC Capital lowering their rating of the stock. Further straining Apple’s foundation will be the concomitant reductions in technology spending for the average American household.
Gizmodo reports that although Android was unveiled to very, very limited fanfare, things will probably shape up for the platform and T-Mobile’s G1. They argue that Android’s true value is basically how much programmers can do with it, which, of course, is yet to be seen.