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Gerard Butler Makes Shortlist for Scottish Fashion Icon Award!

Gerard Butler Makes Shortlist for Scottish Fashion Icon Award!

Gerard Butler shows off his chest hair while heading out for lunch with a friend at Real Food Daily Restaurant on Monday (September 9) in Los Angeles.

The 43-year-old actor was spotted chatting on the phone while touching down at LAX Airport.

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It was recently announced that Gerard has made the shortlist for the Scottish Fashion Icon Award, which will be presented at the 2013 Scottish Fashion Awards on October 9 in London, England. Vote for him now!

The list also includes Gemma Cairney, Thom Evans, Calvin Harris, Andy Murray, James McAvoy, and Julianne Moore.

10+ pictures inside of Gerard Butler grabbing lunch at Real Food Daily Restaurant…

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  • For those who care re DH

    Reviews are very positive with rare exception.

  • Not True

    @For those who care re DH:
    Hi @! *waves*
    Keep those lies coming in defence of the Clinger. Your B/S is always good for a laugh! :D

  • JEALOUS OLD HAG ALERT

    @ Not True

  • Kali Orexi

    @Autumn: Welcome back Autumn, I hope you enjoyed your time in Scotland. Any chance of seeing any photos?

  • sigh

    I would think on the anniversary of 9-11 is one day that diverging from Butler who is in fact doing not much but his usual routine LOL@Beeshneesh: is more than OK

  • sigh

    after all no one complains about all the personal stuff between posters which is in fact not related to the topic of Butler either

  • shiza
  • end

    No news. The thread is slowly dying… sad…bored…

  • ???

    @end: No, nothing boring about Maddie’s movie getting great reviews. Mostly they are full of praise for Jude’s performance as an obsolete safecracker. I can’t wait to see it and also to see and hear Maddie’s acting and singing.

  • Beeshneesh

    Secret nods and handshakes to the smart women at IMDB for liking my “A Day in the Life of Gerard Butler”. 😍💕

    I should have called it, “From Merde to Meh”. ☆☆☆☆☆

  • Get Real

    @???: Who is Maddie???? I think you’re lost and on the wrong thread.

  • wasn’t funny
  • God Bless yoou all!

    1 Peter 5:6&7
    6 Therefore humble yourselves under the mighty hand of God, that He may exalt you at the proper time, 7 casting all your anxiety on Him, because He cares for you.

  • tsk

    @Beeshneesh:

    self complimenting is soooo LAME

  • Somebodyelse

    @tsk: At least she posted something funny. I liked it. Where’s your attempt at humour?

  • wasn’t funny
  • Lord Love a Duck

    Well, I for one have enjoyed the last months with lots of news about GB. He worked hard on the world tour for OHF and it payed off. So many critics didn’t give him much credit but he did a great job. He attended to his own business with Jamaica Tallawah and in turn certainly helped the economy in the area. Chances are that he will continue with his support.
    He rubbed elbows with the big wigs and entertained us with the WH Correspondents affair. For his mum’s sake supported Comrie with fortnight and the ‘Square’, supported the Met Gala and we certainly enjoyed that eye candy lol.
    He has traveled far and wide and enjoyed the things that make up his life. He has admitted that he leads a charmed life far and above what he ever expected. I hope he is happy and healthy.
    We have seen the serious, grumpy side and the smiles and twinkle in his eyes, from the tux to cargo shorts. No complaints here.
    Thank you GBYA as always.
    Glad to hear from you Autumn and hope you are feeling better.
    It was an emotional day yesterday and as I read the posts, the memories are all so fresh still and good that it is. Our generation has weathered many storms and we, throughout the world, no doubt will weather many more. Nice that we can share those emotions here and still come up smiling.
    So, all that being said, dearest GB, get off your arssss and make us a great historic Scottish movie and make it snappy. Ducky

  • Lord Love a Duck

    Hello Kali, have a wonderful time! Don’t forget the camera and Autumn post some pictures too okay, [after you get bette]r.

  • The reviews are negatives

    @For those who care re DH:

    I would like for Jude Law to have a hit on his hands but most reviews are actually negative. They never talk about the barnacle only to say she plays the exotic wife of somebody. They don’t say if she’s good or not.

    There were hardly any interviews with the cast on entertainment shows I watched at all except for some reporters talking to Jude Law and that was it. All other interviews were with actors like Brad Pitt, Sandra Bullock who have movies getting pretty good reviews.

    Just because you like MG, don’t make up rumors her movie is a hit as it’s not

  • Privacy and Class

    @LLAD Something i like about Gerard is his privacy and class. Me thinks our boy is reading a script. The thing is…he does not tell us. He does not have to. He lets everyone gossip as he should and not entertain because, he is mature. He is the once i say something……that’s it. Babble if u want but i have said what I have had to say.

    Soooooooo……all that about him and work — it appears the guy had it all the time….and of course we will not know. It is all one of the things that makes you like him and want to know. Presto!

  • Foque Ewe

    @Privacy and Class: he wouldna know a script if it bit ‘im in the arse

  • reviews?

    “See a Baboon Outclass Jude Law in New ‘Dom Hemingway’ Posters”
    Don’t know if there are any reviews yet since it hasn’t been released other than tiff. All I heard about was the poster and that it’s vulgar. Nice date night movie. NOT. So what’s the reason to be discussing it here? Didn’t jj set up a thread for that?

  • For those who care re DH

    @The reviews are negatives: There won’t be a press tour until next spring when the film is released. The film is tracking extremely well. I have only read a single review that was slightly negative. Critics are saying it’s Jude’s career best performance which is saying quite a bit. Madalina’s role is very integral to the plot. Small roles are not to be demeaned; Dame Judy Dench won an Oscar for a 17 minute performance. This film looks like it is going to do quite well regardless of your personal feelings for one of it’s stars.

  • Brain f art

    @Foque Ewe: That was an intelligent remark.

  • Well said.
  • @P&С

    @Privacy and Class:
    And what are the things that make you like him except his “privacy and class” of course?
    D’you like his lifestyle?
    D’you consider him workaholic?
    D’you like any of the characters he performed? Why?

    I’m a very curious person.

  • HH

    @Privacy and Class:
    To me it looks more like a magazine. Most scripts are going to be a LOT bigger and a lot Fatter. So I think he is not reading a script but a magazine while he kicks back and enjoys some quiet time and a nice salad perhaps?

  • Bravo

    @Beeshneesh:
    “I should have called it, “From Merde to Meh”.”

    @For those who care re DH: Stop smoking the crystal meth – no one has even mentioned her performance in the film, beyond the character’s role in the plot. It’s another small role like the rest. So it means neither good nor bad enough to mention. Because trust me, if she stood out she’d have been mentioned. There are certain great actors and actresses who were scene stealers in their earliest work. You either got IT or you don’t.

  • PR BS

    @HH:
    “Most scripts are going to be a LOT bigger and a lot Fatter.”

    “Treatments,” “spec scripts,” test/audition scene, scene re-writes and such would not be as thick as a full-length script.

    Not saying you’re right or wrong, but full-length features final drafts and shooting scripts tend to be 85+pages (thicker/longer if drama, sci fi, fantasy, and the like), but treatments, specs, short films, tv sitcoms, animation short, etc would not be as thick…

  • PsychoB

    @Privacy and Class: if this isn’t GFW I’ll be shocked. I think Gerry would even be laughing at your comment. Privacy and class I am sure are 2 words Gerry wouldn’t even use to describe himself. Privacy and class are the actors who live in Newport or outside of HW who really don’t need or want the attention. Sandra Bullock anyone.

  • @For those who care re DH

    For the millionth time, there is a thread for this. Now take your trolling over there and quit spamming the board with your nonsense. Her cra/p has no relevance here at this point and you very well know it.

  • 80% on Rotten Tomatoes

    @Not True: @reviews?: User reviews all over the web. Do the work before you open your maw.

  • Can’tGetEnough
  • Actually….

    From Variety
    …Modeled in the wonderfully baroque vein of British dramatist Martin McDonagh, Shepard’s dialogue comes fast and dense, layered with expletives and false bravado as Dom screams his demands at Russian crime boss Mr. Fontaine (Demian Bichir, terrific, but not an ounce Russian), requesting a round with the big man’s money-hungry moll (Romanian model Madalina Diana Ghenea, a real traffic-stopper) as a “present” for keeping his silence.

    http://variety.com/2013/film/reviews/film-review-dom-hemingway-jude-law-1200608165/

    Though it doesn’t mention her acting abilities.

  • hee-hee

    @Privacy and Class: Hello JS.

  • thor’s day

    @PR BS: Maybe he was perusing legal documents from his lawsuit with Emmett Furla.

  • Bravo

    @Actually….: As noted before. No discussion about her performance itself. And anyone Shepherd cast in that role was going to be exotic looking that was the brief. Pamela Anderson was a traffic stopper in her heyday too but she wasn’t going to win any Academy Awards or even Emmys. Though I am sure there were people mostly men who thought Pam was a fine thespian on Baywatch. Or that think Barb Wire is a classic. Well just like all those teenage girls think Robert Pattinson is a good actor cause he’s cute. Just watch Bel Ami once. On second thought I can’t do that to anyone, don’t watch it ever.

  • hee hee and her wart

    @hee-hee: the old hag called hee hee.

  • hee-hee
  • @P&С

    @PsychoB: I don’t think so PsychoB.
    He is a very private and serious person, believe me. One doesn’t have to be a psychic to see this.
    BTW GFW and Privacy and Class are different ppl.

  • PsychoB

    @@P&С: really. So the romance shuffle we had to endure this whole summer whether real or not was him being private. Him tongueing a violin girl while his friends videoed it with their phones is classy and private. Just admit it you like him because you think he’s hot. Not because he’s private and classy. Maybe if you guys would stop with the bs people would take you guys seriously. Of course that is Gerrys own downfall too. Like attracts like. And please prove to me its not GFW. You can’t so there again I told you my opinion, please stop telling me that I’m to take your opinion as the truth. And yes everything I’ve said in this post is my opinion.

  • TRUTH ALERT

    @ PsychoB

  • The reviews are negatives

    @For those who care re DH:

    Many reviews were posted right here on JJ and those were not good revies.

    One of them even said this was an attempt to copy better gangsters movies. I’ve read at least 10 reviews and in none of them did they say she was good or bad. They hardly mentioned her at all.

    In one review they praised Richard E. Grant but said he didn’t have much time on the screen.

    This was a movie I was going to see this coming Saturday at TIFF and now I’m not too sure I’m going to waste money on a plane ticket, hotel room, price ticket and other expenses to see a movie which obviously doesn’t seem to interest even the entertainment shows. I think I’ll wait for it to open up in theaters instead if does get a wide release as a movie at TIFF which plays 3 days in a row and on the last day at half price for the tickets, it is a movie they’re trying hard to sell. Having a good distributor does not always help make a success of a movie. When they need to show such a movie 3 days in a row, it means it’s going to be a hard-sell for the distributor.

  • Rebel Yell

    Excuse me, I think I’ve missed something here…why exactly are some people talking about a movie featuring Jude Law? How is that relevant to a Gerard Butler thread? Are they just trying to be annoying or something? Or has it got something to do with that Madalina? Personally, I couldn’t give a flying **** about her career.

  • 80% on Rotten Tomatoes

    @The reviews are negatives: What you mean you aren’t willing to spend all that money if Madalina isn’t there.

  • Not True

    @80% on Rotten Tomatoes:
    Stop being such a f/ucking moron. That rating is based on a paltry 5 reviews. Most of the reviews have not been posted on Rotten Tomatoes yet. They won’t appear there until the film opens next year. If you knew what you were talking about, you would know that. The majority of critic’s reviews out of tiff have been NEGATIVE. There’s no getting around it, that’s a fact. The film is going to bomb.

  • Seriously

    @The reviews are negatives: You aren’t going to see any press on this film until it opens in April. The review you referenced is the one “negative” review. Why are you being so argumentative when the proof is right in front of your eyes, or are you just trolling?

  • 80% on Rotten Tomatoes

    @Not True: Okay, I’ll humour you. Please post the links for all these negative reviews. Out of respect for this thread, I am not going to post all the positives, but then again, they are very easy to find.

  • Rebel Yell

    @@P&С:agree #290

  • Tsk Tsk

    @Not True: Jealous of Madalina much? You sound totally unglued because her film (and Jude’s) is mentioned here. People will talk about Madalina Ghenea for a long time until Gerry announces he’s broken up with her for good. It hasn’t happened so I for one think they’re still together but separated by work.

    He can’t very well meet up with agents, managers, producers and directors when he’s holed up in Prague or Milan now, can he?

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