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Gerard Butler: Boating in Italy!

Gerard Butler: Boating in Italy!

Gerard Butler steps aboard a boat on Sunday (July 10) in Ischia, Italy.

The 41-year-old Scottish stud went for a ride on the water with film director Eli Roth and rocker Sting!

Yesterday, Gerry went shirtless as he spent time with Ischia Film Festival founder Pascal Vicedomini on a boat. Gerry is in town to receive the Actor of the Year Award at the film fest!

The week long festival will kick off on Sunday (July 10) – and Nicole Kidman‘s newest film, Trespass, will be premiered during the IFF.

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88 Responses to “Gerard Butler: Boating in Italy!”

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  1. 1
    A True Fan Says:

    Gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous! I’m so glad he’s enjoying his vacation!! And making a few connections along the way. He’s a smart man.

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    berna Says:

    so good-looking

    http://www.kacsantim.org/balik/bernayalcin1310317091

  3. 3
    Mlef Says:

    Easy to guess out the monthly crush of Jared…

    Next topic, the daily lovely poop of Gerard Butler..lol

  4. 4
    oldbutnotdead Says:

    @berna: Spam?

  5. 5
    oldbutnotdead Says:

    for G fans only: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=841Lm396Jqw

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    slig o lambert^________^ cute Says:

    gerard has butler face

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    Hot Mess Says:

    @slig o lambert^________^ cute:
    And what a Butler Face that is…..gorgeous…what a hunk…

  8. 8
    berna Says:

    @oldbutnotdead: its not a spam its a campaign for saving the baby fishes. When you visit the link, you support the campaign.

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    oldbutnotdead Says:

    @berna: Well, Berna, unless we translate it, we do not know that. I could not tell.

    But it is a good thing, so thanks. Pollution, over fishing?

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    lolita Says:

    Good to see a smile on that handsome face. He looks relaxed for a change.

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    niknoks Says:

    @oldbutnotdead:

    Just to reply to your last comment on the previous thread, certain people on here won’t let rational pieces of information, like the fact that ‘mystery woman’ is wearing a wedding ring, get in the way of their b!tchy comments about a female that has the audacity to be seen within a few metres of GB.

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    oldbutnotdead Says:

    Zimbio had some other pics of the boating yesterday. The lady may have been the wife of Pascal Vicedomini. One shot shows a huge wedding ring.

  13. 13
    berna Says:

    @oldbutnotdead: some fishermen catch baby fishes, they dont let them to grow and its a greenpeace project so our goal is to stop them. And thanks

  14. 14
    Hot Mess Says:

    @oldbutnotdead: Wow…that video was almost too much beauty at one time….could stop the heart.. I said almost….loved it.

  15. 15
    The Noise In The Walls Says:

    Good to see Gerry smiling :)…Yeah I would too!! Capri..Ischia and boating..why not !!

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    Who Dat? Says:

    Could this be the lady? She is not married to the Pascal guy, but is married to someone else. She is apparently an actress and author.
    Look…same bracelets as the boat pics.

    http://www.zimbio.com/pictures/x3OpxMxcVtE/Capri+Hollywood+Film+Festival/JcSx9flG_Qe/Pascal+Vicedomini

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    oldbutnotdead Says:

    yes, that does look like the same woman, different hair color, but same woman. Much better looking than people were suggesting, but looking very Italian of course. Not always the same look as some of our cookie cutter HW women. Not every one photographs well all the time, and the quirky jewelry and sun glasses did not help.

    Definitely not a man!!! and clearly never was one…. :)

    As G said, and I will keep repeating it: he does not like to read or hear about these sites and blogs, because so much is cruel, unkind and dishonest.

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    lolita Says:

    @oldbutnotdead: well said OBND!!

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    oldbutnotdead Says:

    @berna: Berna, we are occasionally burned by being referred to some inappropriate or ugly sites, so best to give a bit of a description to those who only speak or read one language, whatever it is, before posting the link.

    Anything Greenpeace is good. Everyone has their many causes, and it is great people are working on them to help the planet. Water issues and overfishing are two of the most important upcoming issues in the next couple of decades. Huge numbers of people either rely on seafood as their main source of food, or income, and that source is terribly threatened by pollution and over fishing, particularly in the Mediterranean.

    Here in the US, I keep up with what the ranchers and politicians are doing to wolves in the lower 48 states, which is generally slaughtering them at any opportunity. We brought wolves back to Yellowstone to try and restore some ecological balance, and there are a handful in a few other states.

    As an example of the insanity of Western ranchers and politicians on the issue of wolves, Idaho has some 2 MILLION head of cattle, and about 600 wolves. Despite these terribly skewed numbers, Idaho state and federal politicians and ranchers jump up and down and demand the opportunity to shoot them. Note their normal prey is not cattle at all. But just their very presence awakens something atavistic in ranchers, and if they occasionally take a calf, it is considered a terrible crime.

    I personally do not eat any beef products, and have not for over 30 years, nor do I buy any leather products, and I wish fewer people ate beef, as it is a major contributor to global ecosystem problems, such as forests being cut for grazing, water systems are destroyed, and the list goes on.

    OK, OK, moving slowly off of my soap box…don’t shoot!

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    The Noise In The Walls Says:

    On another note..I was happy to see that the USA Women’s Soccer team defeated Brazil..in the Women’s World Cup..A tremendous comeback and great game..Next up…France on Wednesday..

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    oldbutnotdead Says:

    Entertainment connections are so interesting; Sting, Eli Roth and G all on the same boat?

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    PsychoB Says:

    Sorry OBND I have personally seen the damage the wolf has caused in the NW after being reintroduced. It has single handedly decimated the deer and elk population. The wolf was introduced with NO natural predator to control its population. And I personally last time I was in NW Wyoming saw 5 wolves and no deer or elk. Where a decade ago you would have seen huge heards of them. It was not handled correctly and the wolf are destroying the balance. Especially since the Canadian wolf was used, which is much different than reintroducing the indiginous species.

  23. 23
    it's who you know Says:

    @oldbutnotdead:

    “……connections” being Gerard’s operative word

  24. 24
    oldbutnotdead Says:

    @PsychoB: Have no idea where you got your facts, probably from ranchers and hunting associations. I realize this is very much off topic, but I feel I need to address it.

    A handful of wolves cannot devastate the hugely overpopulated deer population, and the elk population. Elk and deer are OVERpopulated everywhere in the US, due to the killing of most of their major predators. The numbers you see now in the NW are due to artificially helping them survive over the winter. These are not normal size ecologically balanced herds (they might have been 500 years ago, when the Native Americans, the wolf, the Grizzly, the black bear and the mountain lion kept them in check).

    There were over 100,000 elk in Idaho in 2009, and the hunting season usually involves killing of 18,000 elk by hunters NOT wolves; that does NOT add up to “devastation”.

    Idaho predicts a similar hunter (NOT WOLF) kill for 2011: over 18,000; not much of a devastation, and this is true everywhere in the NW.

    How many elk do you believe 600 wolves can kill in Idaho every year? Certainly not 18,000. The only wasteful animal in Idaho is human, with their huge destructive herds of cattle and their “sportsmen”.

    Wolves make the elk smarter, and make them move. They are not disappearing at all, they remain artificially over populated due to human manipulation.

    These population figures for elk and deer are the same everywhere in the West. Terribly overpopulated. I believe the deer population is even higher in the East.

    600 wolves cannot kill 18,000 elk annually, totally unlike humans. Wolves hunt for a living; hunters hunt for some strange phenomenon called “sport hunting”. It makes money for the state, and lots of it. So, any figures from ranchers and hunters should be viewed with great cynicism.

    A pack makes one good kill a week. They will kill more when teaching young to hunt. Cutting elk population in Yellowstone has allowed some natural return of some ecosystems that the overpopulated elk population had previously eliminated. There are presently 30,000 elk that move in and out of the Yellowstone Park every year, despite the 1200 wolves in the park.

    Elk will move in response to wolves, but not disappear. You have an overpopulation because the rangers in several western states artificially feed the elk throughout the winter to keep the population excessively high, so that elk hunters can kill them. They keep track of where they recommend hunting and where they do not, so they can keep the number of bull elk in regions at a certain level. Note this level has nothing whatsoever to do with sound ecology, but totally with money.

    100 years ago, the estimated population of white tail deer in the entire US was under 1 million. Today, with elimination of natural predators, there are over 20,000,000 deer (yes that many!)

    The issues of natural resources, sustainability, ecosystem damage, and environmental sciences are part of Geography, the subject I am working on at the moment. I did an overlapping map of wolves in Yellowstone along with Grizzly and elk herds for one of my computer mapping projects.

    why do Idaho and other western states want deer and elk? Deer hunting licenses brought in over $100,000,000 just in 2001.

    Human damage to ecosystems by artificially manipulating animal populations is not one of those issues where I will agree to disagree. Large parts of the Amazon Basin forest have been cut to allow cattle grazing. Humans are hugely destructive, like giant ants, tearing up every naturally balanced system on the planet, in order to indulge ourselves.

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    PsychoB Says:

    @oldbutnotdead: sorry it also is not something I will back down on either. next time you actually visit the areas instead of going off of biased statistics we can talk. By the way my masters is in Math my specialty is statistics. we can throw around stats for days. you can not introduce a wolf that is a natural predator for much larger animals and expect it to not kill off the animals. One wolf has been known to kill a herd of deer in days. DAYS. Hunters are allowed to kill 1 deer a year. The amount of issued license vs. taken deer is not the same. Sorry but it was a mistake and EVERY DOF&G employee will tell you that.

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