(While “suggested a penis cam” might seem like a creative flourish in a gossip report about another actor, for La Beouf it just seems like the latest performance-art flourish in this increasingly wacky career phase.)Per the filmmaker Lars] von Trier to put a camera on his penis while filming, so that audiences could have the full experience,” said an insider, but it would have been too much for viewers. —which is full of scenes depicting full penetration, anal sex, and a montage of flaccid penises—we doubt that von Trier nixed any suggestion on the grounds of it being “too much for viewers.” And secondly, doesn’t it seem that if this were an actual suggestion, it would have been nixed on the grounds of practicality—can Go Pros or their high-def equivalents actually be affixed to genitals—rather than it being too much?
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In "Somos Sur," Tijoux pairs up with Palestinian English rapper Shadia Mansour for a global romp on the topic of liberation."Sometimes someone has to tell me what city I'm in," she says with a laugh over a static cellphone. Tomorrow I go to Rio de Janeiro."The trip doesn't end there.
Tijoux performs at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Saturday at the Supersonico festival.
press conference, walked the red carpet with a paper bag on his head, and cried for strangers in an art exhibit—we are not really shocked by anything written about him.