Mantenna - Tuesday, July 21

July 21, 2009

Fergie adjusts her package in public, Ben Roethlisberger gets accused of sexual assault, and Nicolas Cage could go gangster in Green Hornet...get down with the Mantenna!

Source: Celebuzz

Evan Rachel Wood Poses Nude for Obscure Magazine

Actress Evan Rachel Wood has posed completely naked for i-D magazine, a small contemporary lifestyle magazine. The main image shows the 21-year-old actress crouched on all fours, with her left foot raised. Wood’s fiery red hair flows over her shoulder and she even exposes her nipples. It’s hot, sexy, and kind of classy in a NSFW kind of way. [Hollywood Tuna]

Fergie Adjusts Her Man Package

The Black Eye Peas singer and her actor husband Josh Duhamel attended an Dodgers baseball game in Los Angeles over the weekend. The duo was walking to the entrance of the stadium when Fergie stopped to re-arrange her package. Yes, package! The sexy singer seemed to have a strange bulge in her crotch area. She grabbed a hold of it, gave it a tug, adjusted it, and was on her merry way. Weird! Is she really a man? [Celebuzz]

Nicolas Cage Could Go Gangster in Green Hornet

Nicolas Cage is “in talks” about playing the gangster bad guy in director Michel Gondry’s The Green Hornet. Seth Rogen and Cameron Diaz are also starring, although no one has been cast in the part of Kato yet. Does Cage still have what it takes to be bad? Last time he pulled it off convincingly was Face-Off, and that was a long time ago. [First Showing]

Comic-Con App for the iPhone

For all you fanboys headed to Comic-Con this weekend, you won’t want to miss the Comic-Con iPhone App. It features maps of the floor and halls, schedules, and a news feed. You can search the programming listings too, which is a lot easier than having to get a program book and bring it with you everywhere you go. Plus, you can take pride in the fact that you are killing two birds with one stone -- the Comic-Con app allows you to indulge in geekiness and fanboyness at the same time. [Slash Film]

Michael Jackson's This Is It May Get Theatrical Release

Billboard has confirmed that a deal between the Michael Jackson estate, AEG Live, and Sony for a theatrical release of the rehearsal footage from the This Is It shows might close today. According to the Billboard source, Sony Music may co-invest with one of the film studios on this release, including Sony Pictures. The source also said that Michael Jackson's father Joe Jackson's efforts in conjunction with promoter Leonard Rowe have "muddied the waters" in the Michael Jackson Estate and AEG's attempt to close a TV network deal for the presentation of the original This Is It production. The special has been conceived as a tribute to MJ featuring Janet, the Jackson 5, and other major performers. [Billboard]

Ben Roethlisberger Accused of Sexual Assault

A hotel employee in Nevada has filed a civil suit accusing Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger of sexual assault. Big Ben faces one civil count of assault, one civil count of sexual assault and battery, one civil count of false imprisonment, one civil count of false pretenses, one civil count of fraud, and one civil count of intentional infliction of emotional distress. The employee, Andrea McNulty, alleges that Roethlisberger forced her to have sex with him in his hotel room in July 2008. It is unknown if McNulty attempted to file criminal charges. David Cornwall, Roethlisberger's lawyer and a finalist for the position of NFLPA executive director, issued a statement in which he denied the charges. [TMZ]

51% Oppose U.S. Manned Mission to Mars

Even though Buzz Aldrin says America’s next goal should be sending a manned mission to Mars, just 29% of Americans agree. 51% of adults are opposed to sending someone to Mars as one of the current goals of the U.S. space program, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. 21% are not sure. Women strongly oppose sending a manned mission to Mars while men are almost evenly divided. [Rasmussen Reports]

Five “Polite” Employment Rejection Phrases And Their True Translations

With the econcomy in shambles, more and more of you are either currently looking for work or will be in the very near future. Unfortunately, navigating the discouraging world of job interviews leaves much to be desired. Even when you are lucky enough to land an interview, it's often hard to tell just what your potential future employer has in mind. Luckily, the gang over at Uncoached have put together the ultimate guide to job interview doublespeak. Don't say we didn't warn you. [Uncoached]

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