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Gerard Butler Flashes Bulging Biceps for Coffee Run!

Gerard Butler Flashes Bulging Biceps for Coffee Run!

Gerard Butler shows off his bulging guns while grabbing a cup of coffee on Monday (January 6) in West Hollywood, Calif.

A few weeks ago, the 44-year-old Scottish actor was spotted flashing a smile while enjoying some time on the beach in Miami, Fla.

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It was recently announced that Courtney Eaton will be joining Gerard in the upcoming film Gods of Egypt, which also stars Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Geoffrey Rush, and Brenton Thwaites.

Gods of Egypt centers on a “feud between the gods set into motion when ruling god Set (Butler) kills Osiris.”

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  • Another Bogus Sighting?
  • Did you know?

    that in the modeling world a girl with loose morals is called a ghenea? My model friend told me that.

  • Keyvani’s Kathryn

    He could be anywhere. Without piccies what’s the point? As long as he’s not with her! My lug loves only me and I’m his biggest fan!

  • What a nutter
  • Harassment by computer

    Certain forms of cyberstalking also may be prosecuted under 47 U.S.C. 223. One provision of this statute makes it a federal crime, punishable by up to two years in prison, to use a telephone or telecommunications device to annoy, abuse, harass, or threaten any person at the called number. The statute also requires that the perpetrator not reveal his or her name. See 47 U.S.C. 223(a)(1)(C). Although this statute is broader than 18 U.S.C. 875 — in that it covers both threats and harassment — Section 223 applies only to direct communications between the perpetrator and the victim. Thus, it would not reach a cyberstalking situation where a person harasses or terrorizes another person by posting messages on a bulletin board or in a chat room encouraging others to harass or annoy another person. Moreover, Section 223 is only a misdemeanor, punishable by not more than two years in prison.

    The Interstate Stalking Act, signed into law by President Clinton in 1996, makes it a crime for any person to travel across state lines with the intent to injure or harass another person and, in the course thereof, places that person or a member of that person’s family in a reasonable fear of death or serious bodily injury. See 18 U.S.C. 2261A. Although a number of serious stalking cases have been prosecuted under Section 2261A, the requirement that the stalker physically travel across state lines makes it largely inapplicable to cyberstalking cases.

    Finally, President Clinton signed a bill into law in October 1998 that protects children against online stalking. The statute, 18 U.S.C. 2425, makes it a federal crime to use any means of interstate or foreign commerce (such as a telephone line or the Internet) to knowingly communicate with any person with intent to solicit or entice a child into unlawful sexual activity. While this new statute provides important protections for children, it does not reach harassing phone calls to minors absent a showing of intent to entice or solicit the child for illicit sexual purposes.

  • Who cares? piss off!
  • Harassment by computer

    Certain forms of cyberstalking also may be prosecuted under 47 U.S.C. 223. One provision of this statute makes it a federal crime, punishable by up to two years in prison, to use a telephone or telecommunications device to annoy, abuse, harass, or threaten any person at the called number. The statute also requires that the perpetrator not reveal his or her name. See 47 U.S.C. 223(a)(1)(C). Although this statute is broader than 18 U.S.C. 875 — in that it covers both threats and harassment — Section 223 applies only to direct communications between the perpetrator and the victim. Thus, it would not reach a cyberstalking situation where a person harasses or terrorizes another person by posting messages on a bulletin board or in a chat room encouraging others to harass or annoy another person. Moreover, Section 223 is only a misdemeanor, punishable by not more than two years in prison.
    The Interstate Stalking Act, signed into law by President Clinton in 1996, makes it a crime for any person to travel across state lines with the intent to injure or harass another person and, in the course thereof, places that person or a member of that person’s family in a reasonable fear of death or serious bodily injury. See 18 U.S.C. 2261A. Although a number of serious stalking cases have been prosecuted under Section 2261A, the requirement that the stalker physically travel across state lines makes it largely inapplicable to cyberstalking cases.
    Finally, President Clinton signed a bill into law in October 1998 that protects children against online stalking. The statute, 18 U.S.C. 2425, makes it a federal crime to use any means of interstate or foreign commerce (such as a telephone line or the Internet) to knowingly communicate with any person with intent to solicit or entice a child into unlawful sexual activity. While this new statute provides important protections for children, it does not reach harassing phone calls to minors absent a showing of intent to entice or solicit the child for illicit sexual purposes.

  • ATTN

    The board is full of nutters and droolers.

  • Harassment by computer

    States have enacted “cyberstalking” or “cyberharassment” laws or have laws that explicitly include electronic forms of communication within more traditional stalking or harassment laws. In addition, recent concerns about protecting minors from online bullying or harassment have led states to enact “cyberbullying” laws. This chart identifies state laws that include specific references to electronic communication. However, other state laws may still apply to those who harass, threaten or bully others online, although specific language may make the laws easier to enforce.
    Code penalty for Pennsylvania.
    § 2709. Harassment.
    (a) Offense defined.–A person commits the crime of harassment when, with intent to harass, annoy or alarm another, the person:
    (1) strikes, shoves, kicks or otherwise subjects the other person to physical contact, or attempts or threatens to do the same;
    (2) follows the other person in or about a public place or places;
    (3) engages in a course of conduct or repeatedly commits acts which serve no legitimate purpose;
    (4) communicates to or about such other person any lewd, lascivious, threatening or obscene words, language, drawings or caricatures;
    (5) communicates repeatedly in an anonymous manner;
    (6) communicates repeatedly at extremely inconvenient hours; or
    (7) communicates repeatedly in a manner other than specified in paragraphs (4), (5) and (6).
    (b) Stalking.–(Deleted by amendment).
    (b.1) Venue.–
    (1) An offense committed under this section may be deemed to have been committed at either the place at which the communication or communications were made or at the place where the communication or communications were received.
    (2) Acts indicating a course of conduct which occur in more than one jurisdiction may be used by any other jurisdiction in which an act occurred as evidence of a continuing pattern of conduct or a course of conduct.
    (c) Grading.–
    (1) Except as provided under paragraph (3), an offense under subsection (a)(1), (2) or (3) shall constitute a summary offense.
    (2) An offense under subsection (a)(4), (5), (6) or (7) shall constitute a misdemeanor of the third degree.
    (3) The grading of an offense under subsection (a)(1), (2) or (3) shall be enhanced one degree if the person has previously violated an order issued under 23 Pa.C.S. § 6108 (relating to relief) involving the same victim, family or household member.
    (d) False reports.–A person who knowingly gives false information to any law enforcement officer with the intent to implicate another under this section commits an offense under section 4906 (relating to false reports to law enforcement authorities).
    (e) Application of section.–This section shall not apply to conduct by a party to a labor dispute as defined in the act of June 2, 1937 (P.L.1198, No.308), known as the Labor Anti-Injunction Act, or to any constitutionally protected activity.
    (e.1) Course of conduct.–(Deleted by amendment).
    (f) Definitions.–As used in this section, the following words and phrases shall have the meanings given to them in this subsection:
    “Communicates.” Conveys a message without intent of legitimate communication or address by oral, nonverbal, written or electronic means, including telephone, electronic mail, Internet, facsimile, telex, wireless communication or similar transmission.
    “Course of conduct.” A pattern of actions composed of more than one act over a period of time, however short, evidencing a continuity of conduct. Acts indicating a course of conduct which occur in more than one jurisdiction may be used by any other jurisdiction in which an act occurred as evidence of a continuing pattern of conduct or a course of conduct.
    “Emotional distress.” (Deleted by amendment).
    “Family or household member.” Spouses or persons who have been spouses, persons living as spouses or who lived as spouses, parents and children, other persons related by consanguinity or affinity, current or former sexual or intimate partners or persons who share biological parenthood.
    (June 23, 1993, P.L.124, No.28, eff. imd.; Oct. 2, 1997, P.L.379, No.44, eff. 60 days; Dec. 15, 1999, P.L.915, No.59, eff. 60 days; Dec. 9, 2002, P.L.1759, No.218, eff. 60 days; Nov. 27, 2013, P.L.1061, No.91, eff. 60 days)
    2013 Amendment. Act 91 amended subsec. (c) and added the def. of “family or household member” in subsec. (f).
    2002 Amendment. See sections 9 and 10 of Act 218 in the appendix to this title for special provisions relating to references to section 2709 and references to section 5504.
    Cross References. Section 2709 is referred to in sections 4954, 4955, 5708 of this title; section 3304 of Title 5 (Athletics and Sports); sections 6108, 6711 of Title 23 (Domestic Relations); section 3573 of Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure).

  • Harassment by computer

    States have enacted “cyberstalking” or “cyberharassment” laws or have laws that explicitly include electronic forms of communication within more traditional stalking or harassment laws. In addition, recent concerns about protecting minors from online bullying or harassment have led states to enact “cyberbullying” laws. This chart identifies state laws that include specific references to electronic communication. However, other state laws may still apply to those who harass, threaten or bully others online, although specific language may make the laws easier to enforce.
    Code penalty for Pennsylvania.
    § 2709.1. Stalking.
    (a) Offense defined.–A person commits the crime of stalking
    when the person either:
    (1) engages in a course of conduct or repeatedly commits
    acts toward another person, including following the person
    without proper authority, under circumstances which
    demonstrate either an intent to place such other person in
    reasonable fear of bodily injury or to cause substantial
    emotional distress to such other person; or
    (2) engages in a course of conduct or repeatedly
    communicates to another person under circumstances which
    demonstrate or communicate either an intent to place such
    other person in reasonable fear of bodily injury or to cause
    substantial emotional distress to such other person.
    (b) Venue.–
    (1) An offense committed under this section may be
    deemed to have been committed at either the place at which
    the communication or communications were made or at the place
    where the communication or communications were received.
    (2) Acts indicating a course of conduct which occur in
    more than one jurisdiction may be used by any other
    jurisdiction in which an act occurred as evidence of a
    continuing pattern of conduct or a course of conduct.
    (c) Grading.–
    (1) Except as otherwise provided for in paragraph (2), a
    first offense under this section shall constitute a
    misdemeanor of the first degree.
    (2) A second or subsequent offense under this section or
    a first offense under subsection (a) if the person has been
    previously convicted of a crime of violence involving the
    same victim, family or household member, including, but not
    limited to, a violation of section 2701 (relating to simple
    assault), 2702 (relating to aggravated assault), 2705
    (relating to recklessly endangering another person), 2901
    (relating to kidnapping), 3121 (relating to rape) or 3123
    (relating to involuntary deviate sexual intercourse), an
    order issued under section 4954 (relating to protective
    orders) or an order issued under 23 Pa.C.S. § 6108 (relating
    to relief) shall constitute a felony of the third degree.
    (d) False reports.–A person who knowingly gives false
    information to any law enforcement officer with the intent to
    implicate another under this section commits an offense under
    section 4906 (relating to false reports to law enforcement
    authorities).
    (e) Application of section.–This section shall not apply to
    conduct by a party to a labor dispute as defined in the act of
    June 2, 1937 (P.L.1198, No.308), known as the Labor Anti-
    Injunction Act, or to any constitutionally protected activity.
    (f) Definitions.–As used in this section, the following
    words and phrases shall have the meanings given to them in this
    subsection:
    “Communicates.” To convey a message without intent of
    legitimate communication or address by oral, nonverbal, written
    or electronic means, including telephone, electronic mail,
    Internet, facsimile, telex, wireless communication or similar
    transmission.
    “Course of conduct.” A pattern of actions composed of more
    than one act over a period of time, however short, evidencing a
    continuity of conduct. The term includes lewd, lascivious,
    threatening or obscene words, language, drawings, caricatures or
    actions, either in person or anonymously. Acts indicating a
    course of conduct which occur in more than one jurisdiction may
    be used by any other jurisdiction in which an act occurred as
    evidence of a continuing pattern of conduct or a course of
    conduct.
    “Emotional distress.” A temporary or permanent state of
    mental anguish.
    “Family or household member.” Spouses or persons who have
    been spouses, persons living as spouses or who lived as spouses,
    parents and children, other persons related by consanguinity or
    affinity, current or former sexual or intimate partners or
    persons who share biological parenthood.
    (Dec. 9, 2002, P.L.1759, No.218, eff. 60 days)

  • NUTCASE ALERT
  • @Perhaps

    @Perhaps: Yes, he loves threesome! LOL

  • And he’s off to see the wizard

    @Perhaps:

    While he’s it, make out with the tooth fairy and say hello to Santa Clause while he’s at it!

  • hungry

    @@Perhaps: A Fassbender and Butler sammich yummy

  • ha ha

    @hungry: Make sure they put on their 300 costumes.

  • http://justjared lolita

    @Another Bogus Sighting?: Don’t know but she also talks about Ellen, hosting the Oscars. I don’t know if she had lunch with him or if she was in the same place where he was having lunch. Maybe it is a fake tweet.

  • Sabian

    Maybe he’s being stalked by fans and is tired of it so he’s paying people to faketweet.

  • Jake

    Some of you are obviously delusional. I never said that the hot chick he’s currently dating was Masha Lund. And how I know this is because one of my brothers is a good friend of his so I know some things. It’s no wonder poor Gerard keeps most of his girlfriends out of the public eye for fear of the crazies attacking them.

  • Watch that nose, Pinocchio

    @Jake:

  • Firefly

    Technically, that weekend I spent outside of his house, hidden in the Trojan pug, wasn’t stalking. They called it “camping in a restricted area without a permit.”

  • Keyvani’s Kathryn

    I’d stalk him but I never go anywhere so what’s the use.

  • Nicole
  • Nicole

    Far flung: Strange places to find famous Scots in 2014
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-25636082

  • Nicole

    Gerard Bulter is heading for “Point Break” and is in talks to star in Alcon Entertainment’s remake of the 1991 crime-actioner……
    http://variety.com/2014/film/news/gerard-butler-heading-for-point-break-remake-1201038501/

  • Tweet

    https://twitter.com/krissandraohh
    @thereal_ashcolb & I just walked in front of Gerard butler’s range rover and we said his name and he dogged us and rolled up his window lol
    2 hours ago

  • Tweet

    https://twitter.com/MishaLaurennn
    It is never a bad day when you have lunch with Gerard Butler
    6 hours ago

  • Nicole
  • Keyvani’s Kathryn

    This is awful news. Why would he do a remake of a movie that was popular and acted by someone else? Who needs a remake? He sounds desperate for anything. Leave Swayze’s memory alone and let the project go to someone more stupid who is hungry. This is not a good thing for my liug.

  • dargabriel66

    Butler, Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are. Oh And Butler Since You Know All, Will I Be With RR For Years To Come,Lol, Just A Wish. I Hope Butler Enjoys His 2014. Peace To All. dargabriel66

  • Nicole
  • Thoughts

    @Firefly:

    THAT WAS HILARIOUS.

    I think he’d be great in Point Break. He seems to be coming back from the Rom Com trap. He was never cut out for them.

  • Ducky

    Can’t help it, disappointed in the choice of Point Break as well. What happened to his wish for drama or at least a Bonnie Prince Charlie and historic epic films…no i won’t mention Burns. Personally I am getting a bit done with the action flicks. After London Has Fallen and GOE should be time to mix it up a little and do something different. Crap. Well, maybe it will go the way of a few others that never got made. Hate myself for saying that, but that’s how I feel. Getting tired of all the killing as well. Get enough of that on the evening news. I don’t want relevant, I want a Nottin Hill kind of movie too. Something where he can use his good timing with humour and a love story.
    Besides that, i don’t want him surfing again.
    If GOE is a smash hit, which I hope it will be, what’s wrong with doing a sequel for that? Going to make some hot chocolate and maybe that will make me feel softer toward his choice. Doubt it though.
    Hope everybody is safe and warm and glad you had the day off a couple of days ago Lolita.

  • Ducky
  • B movies

    A movie reviewer discussed Olympus Has Fallen in a year end summary of the Best & Worst Movies of the Year. He actually liked OHF. He was pleased that Butler was in a good B action movie for a change, where the reviewer said “Butler excels”, rather than “those wretched rom-coms”. He further commented that Butler “could not have felt good at the end of each day on set making those horrible rom coms”. He felt Butler needs to do more movies like OHF. Is B moviedom his Hollywood destiny?

  • SUNKIST

    @Ducky: Well said Ducky.
    Surfer guru (CM) is OK for a middle-aged man, but these roles worked only with much younger actors. Imo.
    Gerry needs something out of His comfort zone, maybe even a “My left foot” tour-de-force. I know He has it in Him. Anything less would just be… less. He has the talent and drive to create an Epic, filled with Real Acting, and not filled with CGI/ splatter. I could even see Him do a better version of “Brigadoon”, singing and dancing. He has a World of opportunities at His fingertips, if He will just reach forward and take them!

  • GLAAD WRAAP

    @B movies: He’ll be going to LFW network soon to do movies of the week. Time for him to get his gay on and show us what he’s really packing in his jeans. They need to create a gay channel for us and Gerry’s needs.

  • Food for Thought

    @SUNKIST: Maybe Gerry is not interested in doing the kind of movies you want to see him do, then what?

  • SUNKIST

    @Food for Thought: Gerry has spoken often of His ambition to not repeat Himself in roles, and avoid either getting type-cast, or finding Himself in a “rut”. He has said that He takes great pride in being an Actor. Stretching ones acting muscles is the ambition of EVERY serious actor. Too many “Stars” get caught up in the back-end deals instead of remembering how very hard they have worked to hone their craft. “There are no small parts, only small actors”,( Marlon Brando). I don’t think the rom-com’s were to His liking, and frankly it showed. He has the talent necessary to accomplish incredible film-making, and the interest in seeing His recognition as a top actor, not just an (aging) sex-symbol. His going to that class recently is certainly on that tack.
    He pushed Himself to drop Law to pursue acting. Maybe now is a good time for Him to drop the formula money-makers, and pursue acting again. jmho

  • sweet ‘n sour

    Gerry can’t do movies he isn’t offered. Given the career slump he’s in, I find it highly unlikely he’s being offered any “tour-de-force” films. Those projects are being offered to the acting A-list. The same goes with any projects Gerry wants to produce. He probably can’t get any funding to produce an epic historical piece. He’s had too many box-office flops. No one is going to want to take the financial risk. The only recent success he has had, was for an action film, so that is likely the only genre that’s giving him offers right now, at least if he keeps insisting on lead roles. Personally, I think his manager and agent need to be fired.

  • Nicole

    Gerard Butler In Talks To Take The Patrick Swayze Role In The Point Break Remake
    http://www.cinemablend.com/new/Gerard-Butler-Talks-Take-Patrick-Swayze-Role-Point-Break-Remake-41023.html

  • Don’t be stupid
  • Embla

    Personally I wouldn`t mind another actionmovie. I don`t care much for chick flicks or romantic comedies. But a remake?…..It would be better with something original.
    And about the other project, Kane and Lynch, I have yet to see a great film adaptation of a game. (being a gamer-chick myself, have played most of them) Kane and Lynch isn`t a well known franchise though, so maybe the expectations won`t be as high as for some of the other games to films.

  • Prancing Pony

    Wow, some really interesting reactions and thoughtful posts here about the possibility of GB getting involved in a Point Break remake. Typically posters here are a lot more supportive and open-minded about possible roles – especially since this, like many lately, hasn’t actually been confirmed. (I don’t mean to sound harsh here)
    Personally, I’m not into remakes/reboots. I don’t see the point. However, having said that, the basic premise of the film sounds OK (I haven’t seen the original). And it’s certainly not a stretch for me to imagine GB playing the role of “Bodhi, the charismatic leader of a gang of surfers…”. I think he’s good at playing those kind of characters.
    He is capable of so much more, but, at the end of the day he seems to want to be a “working actor” no matter what (maybe sacrificing quality for quantity?). Dunno. I’ve heard him say in many promo tour interviews, when asked about why he chose a particular role, that he liked the script and thought it was “commercial” i.e. he thought it would make money, not win an Oscar. It wouldn’t surprise me if GB ends up making this film. Afterall, he’s got to keep a roof over his head! ;)

  • just a thought

    I think he gives 110% to any movie, I think I would like to see him in something other that Point Break, he’ll make it his own.

  • Veronica

    You are absolutely right about the crazies Jake, even Gerry talked about them harassing his girlfriends in an interview he gave to Dorthe Skappel which is on a YouTube video.

  • osmond

    @Veronica:
    If you watched the interview, Gerry’s reply to said girlfriend at the time was to tell her, “Stop reading it, then.”

  • Ducky

    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/afm-lionsgate-sells-worldwide-alcon-654890
    Holy smokies, looks like the independent film PB has already been sold. Good going. Nothing would make me happier than to eat my words. Gerry must be very happy indeed. So happy to see so many mixed comments and opinions here tonight/ today.
    Watching “Love Actually” and really like that movie so much and “Four Weddings and a Funeral”. How come I see gb in either one or both.
    @just a thought: You are so right about the 110% and that he will make it his own.

  • @Sunkist

    @SUNKIST: Just a question Sunkist, why do you write his and him with a capital H? I like Butler but he’s no God…. only when spoken about Him (God) you write it with a capital H!

  • Embla

    @Ducky: “What happened to his wish for drama or at least a Bonnie Prince Charlie and historic epic films” I would love to see him in a role like that aswell. :-)

    Would it not be nice seeing him as a Viking again?
    I remember this summer, Barry Osborne (Lord of the Rings producer) came here visiting, checking out locations for a new trilogy based on an old Viking king. King Harald.
    http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/movies/news/a511346/lord-of-the-rings-producer-barrie-osborne-planning-viking-trilogy.html
    But I guess if this movie comes to life, it`ll go to New Zealand like Lord of the Rings did, or Irland. It`s probably too expencive making it here…..

  • Ducky

    Veronica and osmond, in my opinion the Dorthe Scappel interview was the very best ever given.

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