Die Hard – Scout Willis is taking a stand without a shirt.
The 22-year-old daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis strolled around Manhattan topless Tuesday to protest Instagram’s nudity policy.
The younger Willis tweeted photos of herself in a floral skirt, brown shoes and nothing else walking the streets of Manhattan.
“Legal in NYC but not on Instagram,” Willis tweeted about her snaps. She captioned another: “What @Instagram won’t let you see #FreeTheNipple”
Her protest came after the social media platform removed one of her photos for violating its Community Guidelines.
The photo that got deleted was one of a sweatshirt that depicted two topless women, nipples clearly visible.
“My comfort with my body should not be dictated by how others perceive me,” Willis tweeted. “However, I don’t wish to force this view on anyone. If you don’t like what you see, simply unfollow me.”
You go, Glen Coco. You show the big bad Instagram police who’s boss. I think more women should do this. The Instagram policy is clearly unfair, and the only reasonable way to protest this is to walk around the streets topless. Enough is enough; if women want to take pictures of themselves half or fully nude and put it on social media then I’m all for it. It’s 2014 for Bill Paxton’s sake. I just want all the women who oppose this policy to know that when you think you’re going at this alone, you’re not. Ryan is here. I’m sure that makes all of you feel 100% better. #FreeTheNipple.
A Bronx Tale
While I always go with Clooney in pretty much any hypothetical situation, I had to switch things up for this monster blog. Before Tony Soprano landed on our TV sets, there was Sonny. Sonny was a mobster, and Sonny was cool. A Bronx Tale, for those who haven’t seen it, follows C, a young Bronx boy who has to decide between a life of crime with mobster Sonny or follow in his father’s footsteps and make an honest living. The icing on the cake? Bobby De Niro stars as C’s father, and he directs the movie. Watch this movie and tell me it doesn’t have the greatest soundtrack of all-time. I DARE YOU. Also, it provides us with one of the greatest quotes in movie history: “the saddest thing in life is wasted talent”.
NO question in my mind. This was probably the easiest choice I have ever made. Affleck, Willis, Tyler, Wilson, Duncan (RIP), Thornton, Buscemi, fitchner…and the list goes on! Star studded cast? Check! Bruce Willis and Ben Affleck saving mankind? Check! Romantic love story? Check! Uber emotional ending that I don’t cry at every time? Check! On my death bed i’m going to rip my hospital tag off my wrist and scream “GIVE THIS TO TRUMAN! MAKE SURE TRUMAN GETS THAT!”
What movie would you watch? Comment below!
Bruce Willis is back for round 2 as host of Saturday Night Live. Considering I was 1 when he last hosted, this show has a solid chance of being more memorable. Katy Perry is your musical guest. Here’s the highlights.
Cold Open – NASA
Killam and Strong play “Gravity” stars Sandra Bullock and George Clooney in a spoof of the movie taking place during the Government shutdown. Kenan and Kate McKinnon play “essential government personnel” who are not as equipped to handle an emergency situation in space. Quick, funny sketch. Kenan has the best bug eyes in the game today.
Anyone who has ever played beer pong at a random guys house in college can relate to this sketch. Some people have some pretty ridiculous rules, and newcomers Beck Bennett and John Milhiser nailed it. Pen pals was my favorite rule. “If the ball goes around the rim, then in, it’s..pen pals. We set you up with a pen pal, and you write back and forth, possibly forming a friendship that could last a lifetime.” I really like the young blood in these digital shorts. Too early to say they’ll replace The Lonely Island, but they’re off to a great start.
Boy Dance Party
Speaking of digital shorts, this was my favorite sketch of the night. Usually when something makes me think of Dane Cook, it’s a bad thing. This was the exception. Just as in Dane Cook’s “dance” bit, this sketch involves a slew of guys who just want to dance. Bruce Willis hasn’t updated his dance movies since 1989 and I couldn’t be a bigger fan of them. Beck Bennett’s twerk and Taran Killam’s junk swing are also pretty goddamn funny. The digital short lives!
I read a few online reviews that didn’t enjoy this sketch, but I thought it was pretty funny. If you don’t want Bruce Willis serving you shots of vodka dressed in a centaur outfit and blonde wig then I know everything I need to know about you as a person.
24 Hour Energy for Dating Actresses
Seems as if every pre-taped sketch was a hit tonight, and 24 Hour Energy for Dating Actresses is no different. I’ve never dated an actress, but I have to imagine almost every cast member can relate to being a struggling actor/actress. Kenan watching his girlfriend (Cecily Strong) perform her one woman show was definitely the highlight for me.
Another solid show this week. Out of the three, I’d probably rank it second behind Tina Fey’s season opener. Not a breakout show, but you have to be happy with how this new cast is meshing together. Also, I think it’s a lot easier to put on a good show when the host has nothing to promote. The writers are able to flex their creative muscles, which this week gave us a good variety of sketches. SNL is on a two week hiatus, returning October 26th with host Edward Norton and musical guest Janelle Monae.
When he’s not busy being a world weary cop, Bruce Willis is busy jamming with The Temptations. The man can do it all. Have a great weekend.
“Saturday Night Live” will turn to a familiar face to open its 39th season on NBC: Tina Fey, who will be the guest host for the premiere on Sept. 28.
On Monday, NBC announced the “SNL” guest lineup for the first three new shows of the fall season, leading off with Ms. Fey, one of the biggest stars the show has produced.
And the booking for the second week is sure to raise a few eyebrows — and some ratings points: Miley Cyrus, fresh from her much-commented on turn at the MTV Video Music Awards, will double as the guest host and musical guest on Oct. 5.
A third big name, Bruce Willis, will appear on Oct. 12, his second appearance as host.
The music acts are also high-profile. Arcade Fire will appear with Ms. Fey in the opener, and Katy Perry is booked on the show with Mr. Willis.
The choice of Ms. Fey, who starred on “SNL” for a decade, to headline the season premiere means a sure hand will be leading the cast, which is adding a raft of new members this season.
WOOF. Saturday Night Live is back. The show has very rarely disappointed me over the last few years (except you Bieber. Fuck you.). With that said, season 39 is a very big season for Lorne Michaels and company. Three major players are no longer on the active roster (Hader, Sudekis and Armisen are not returning to the show) and it’s lead writer and Weekend Update anchor, Seth Meyers, is leaving for his own late night talk show in October. While I have complete faith in Lorne’s casting, it still doesn’t hurt to stack the deck with some powerhouse hosts early on. Enter Tina Fey. She was one of the funniest actors on the show throughout the 2000s, which is saying something, considering her cast mates (Ferrell, Fallon, Parnell, Poehler, Rudolph). Add in the fact that Arcade Fire is performing and September 28th can’t come soon enough. Still need more? Two weeks later, everybody’s favorite lazy actor Bruce Willis will host the 3rd episode, with Katy Perry and her hall of fame boobs as the musical guest.
P.S. I’m just gonna pretend Miley Cyrus isn’t hosting the second episode. If she sticks her tongue out on that hallowed stage, I will personally drive to NY and kick her twerkin’ ass back to Nashville.