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Jake Gyllenhaal Never Had Gay Sex in ‘Velvet Buzzsaw’ and I’m Mad
While heterosexuals around the country were masticating chicken wings and cheering on their favorite football team, I was engaging in the time honored tradition of ignoring the Super Bowl in favor of campier entertainment. One of those insiders is Morf Vandewalt Gyllenhaal , an art critic with a godlike influence over the Los Angeles art scene. Gyllenhaal is endlessly hilarious as Morf, a tyrant who hides behind an unassuming mask of a particularly gay breed of nebbishness — his hair flat and unstyled, his beautiful face obscured by clunky glass, his ridiculous body made accessible in well-cut suits. Which, fine!
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Post a Comment All reasonable comments are welcome Famous gays-famous gay athletes-famous gay black athletes-famous gay people-rumored gay athletes-rumored gay politicians-gay politicians-famous lesbian athletes-lesbian politicians-gay politicians-lgbt. The first thing to note in all this is that Lance Armstrong, Matthew McConaughey and Jake Gyllenhaal are really good friends and bike buddies, and have been for years. Despite that, Jake seems to be playing with his fans, using his success from Brokeback Mountain to get advance publicity and maybe start some very interesting gay 3-way romantic rumors. Don't you wish you could give Matt a hand like that?
Netflix's Velvet Buzzsaw sees Jake Gyllenhaal get naked twice and it's safe to say people are pretty excited. Netflix's latest thriller Velvet Buzzsaw sees Jake Gyllenhaal strip off - even showing off his bum. The satire is set in the art world, with director Dan Gilory giving us a look at the snobbery and protentiousness. The main gist is one artist's ability to grab attention well beyond the grave, which leads to art coming to life to ill the worst people on the art scene.