Do boys look like that nowadays? Teenagers: please confirm or deny. Anyway, today is the 15th anniversary of the great football movie Varsity Blueswhich debuted in theaters on this day in
By Emily Sheridan for MailOnline. He's never been afraid to make fun of himself in the name of comedy. So when it came to recreating some of his favourite sports movies for a skit on the Late Late Show, James was happy to strip off in a bid to entertain his audience.
I don't know about you girls, but Varsity Blues was one of my favorite movies when I was younger. I had a massive crush on Scott Caan. Shy readers might want to stop reading now. Remember the scene where Darcy sported a whipped-cream bikini and two maraschino cherries?
Varsity Blues opened in theaters 15 years ago today and crushed at the box office its opening weekend despite lukewarm reviews from critics. From the truth behind the whip cream bikini to NFL touchdown dance tributes, here are 10 facts you might not know about the high school gridiron classic. Paramount Pictures was sued by the University of Toronto over the movie.
There are some pretty iconic bikini scenes throughout movie history. Perhaps the most iconic of them all isn't really even a bikini at all — it's whipped cream! In 's Varsity Blues, Ali Larter makes Reddi Whip look good with the help of two strategically placed maraschino cherries.
It is a sports story that centers around high school football in the great state of Texas. The film revolves around the fictional town of West Canaan, Texas; its high school football team, the Coyotes; and the team's head coach, Bud Kilmer Jon Voight. Kilmer has won more than 20 district championships and two state championships; as such, the stadium is named after him, and a giant bronze statue of Kilmer has been erected in the end zone in his honor.
Granted that it's somewhat late on a Thursday afternoon, there isn't a whole lot going on in the TV news sphere well, minus that awesome 'True Blood' casting and 'American Horror Story: Asylum' trailerso we thought we'd take a minute to talk to you about an issue near and dear to our own hearts: whipped cream bikinis. First popularized by Ali Larter in the James Van Der Beek classic 'Varsity Blues,' whipped cream bikinis have long represented the perfect hybrid of dairy lovers, and skimpy fashion enthusiasts. One of the few network series yet to premiere their fall seasons, 'Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23' and ' Happy Endings ' have decided to promote their returns in a seriously sexy way, to the objection of Entertainment Weekly first allerted us to their dual-sided poster, which features the cast of 'Happy Endings' nude in bed with one another on one side, with 'Don't Trust the B's three leads James Van Der Beek, Krysten Ritter and Dreama Walker in a police line-up on the right.
From Cosmopolitan. When it comes to Texas high school football, the '90s classic Varsity Blues has everything you could ever want. There are Southern accents, ridiculously hyped football games, hormonal high school boys, and heroic speeches that make you want to pump your first in the air.
And the comedian took the fun and games to an entirely new level on the latest installment of The Late Late Show. The trio were promoting their new film - titled Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates - when they decided to go along with a side-splitting skit. Read more: James Corden to host Tony Awards four years after own victory.