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stars, sex and nudity buzz : 06/09/2012

* According to various news reports in Italy - 30-years old model, former Miss Italy, nympho and exhibitionist Sara Tommasi is now shooting a hardcore movie. Unconfirmed if they are solo shoots, lez or straight-out cock fest.

Translated article:

Sara Tommasi runs a porn movie (backstage photos)

Sara Tommasi, gossip, news, news, videos, movies, hard, porno, directing, acting, plot, actors, backstageSara Tommasi, gossip, news, news, videos, movies, hard, porno, directing, acting, plot, actors, backstageThere was surprise, we had grown tired and now again we are surprised.
Sara Tommasi is shooting a porn movie. A true porn movies whose pictures had been taken from backstage.
For now it is not known, nor title, nor the plot (if any) and if it comes out in summer or autumn.
In the pictures you see Sarah with blonde wig and a red flower on her breast.

Sara Tommasi, hard debut

In recent months the exploits of Sara Tommasi have been talk of town. In particular, with its increasingly exposed naked in public to attract attention to its battle against the banks. Now the former castaway island of Fame has decided to go further: to act in real porn movie. Title, plot, topic are still mysterious, but the film should be released shortly. As part of an operation produced by the "Star Dive Management". Meanwhile, here are some pictures from backstage, taken while Sara was preparing for her ... debut.
 
 
 
 
 
Bio:
Sara Tommasi graduated in economics at the 'Bocconi University of Milan, got her diploma in drama and diction at the CTA Milan and has followed a stage drama to' Actor's Studio in New York. She came to the attention of the nation when she reached the finals of the 1998 Miss Italy pageant. After that great achievement, she turned her back on college and economics and concentrated her fame by getting some brand news boobs. Now, like every showgirl/model worth her salt, she’s done a nude calendar for Max, appeared on a reality show (In her case, it was the Italian version of I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!), worked as a VJ, and dated several footballers — the sky, clearly, is the limit, even for a girl so staunchly opposed to publicity (yeah right). She was recently involved in the controversy surrounding the former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and his whole Rubygate's sex scandal starting underage teen prostitute Ruby Heartbreaker. Apparently Sara and Ruby together would go to Berlusconi's villa in Arcore...scene of awesome sex parties allegedly. However Sara help cleared Berlusconi name in an interview when she said of PM Silvio Berlusconi, she never received money from him: "Unfortunately not."

sara tommasi NAPLES - "My problem is an irrepressible urge to have sex. But I'm not a prostitute. And 'I dissolve the drug in the glasses ... ". So Sara Tommasi, the showgirl involved in the investigation of the Prosecutor of Naples on a round ring, in an interview with Novella 2000 on newsstands tomorrow, and of which the magazine has released a preview.
"Certainly, if a minister would offer me 15,000 euros ... but - he adds - is only a hypothesis". As for her relationship with Vittorio Sgarbi, a former castaway island of Famous confirms what was said by the art critic : "He took me with Berlusconi in Bulgaria in June."
While Nicole Minetti, says, "is only about money and is sick of shopping."

Italy: Where did All the Feminism Go?
by Madelaine Johnson
Italians recently held rallies in support of women's dignity "Se non ora quando?" "If not now, when?" is the question. When will women say "enough!". Trying to explain Italian women's apparent apathy toward the abusive circus that is Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's not-so-private life, the global media trot out a litany of rationalizations. They mention Italian macho-male stereotypes, cite a gender gap bigger than Kazakhstan's, and the failure of Italy's feminist movement.
None of these explanations tell the whole story and all overlook the background and magnitude of the huge achievements of Italian feminism.
In a wonderful (but undistributed) 2009 documentary "Ragazze la Vita Trema," director Paola Sangiovanni filmed the story of Italian feminism from its origins in 1970s radical politics, letting participants do the talking. Epic battles for divorce (1971) and abortion (1978) united women across the social and political spectrum. But by the 1980s, the fervor was spent. The movement was done in by the lack of uniting causes and internal ideological struggles. The fatal shooting of 19-year-old Giorgina Masi during a rally in 1977 (allegedly by an undercover police agent) may have been the last straw. As one participant recalled, "demoralized by the violence, we turned inwards; to drugs and our personal lives."
Italy's decline in international gender-gap rankings is a snapshot of this resignation. Other countries have gained while Italy has stood still.
In the 1980s, the U.S. feminist movement came up short on the Equal Rights Amendment and appeared to falter. But instead of turning inward to domestic life, American women opted for careers, entering male-dominated fields and eventually reaching levels of professional status envied in Italy. What did the U.S. movement have that the Italian one lacked?
Italian feminism was mercurial. It swept in fast and hard. It had palle, or balls. What it lacked was spalle; the supportive shoulders of history and strong parallel structures and networks necessary to sustain growth.
The U.S. movement originated in anti-slavery Abolitionism (many of whose leaders were women). The centennial Smith College t-shirt slogan "1875-1975. A Century of Women on Top," wasn't entirely facetious. By the 1970s, graduates of Smith, Wellesley, Vassar, Mount Holyoke, Radcliffe, and schools like them, each one a top-flight university founded to give women the education their brothers received at all-male Ivy League schools, had in fact made it to the top.
In male-dominated schools, these women would have been incorporated into traditional male structures, with predictable results. Instead, these women were taught and led by their own. Professors and presidents provided positive and immediate role models. They took charge and in turn expected leadership. As a result, graduates took their skills, expectations and views of women's roles and power back to their communities and families.
In the small mid-western town where I grew up, university-educated women ran local cultural and charitable life. "Mere housewives" ran the multi-million dollar budgets and complex organizations of symphonies, theaters, churches and hospital auxiliaries. The League of Women Voters organized political debates and voter registration. Many parlayed their experience into state and national office. These women were the civic partners (at home, too) of male community leaders, who had no choice but to respect them and listen
My mother and all her friends had college degrees. I am the fifth generation of college-educated women; my great-great grandfather's sister was the first woman admitted to the New York State bar. Though I say this with pride, it's a means to illustrate not boast. Women such as these were not only role models for other women but fundamental in helping to train men — whether brothers or husbands — to respect the high expectations of strong women. In hostile male fields, I knew I had allies. My traditional father didn't expect me to be a doctor or lawyer. He did expect me to lead.
My schools, whatever their shortcomings, taught leadership. Grade-school group projects, student councils and the many homegrown micro-democracies of American life integrate American women into the decision-making process. The process may have holes, but it exists and thrives.
Along the way, women acquired wide multi-layered support networks based on common ideals, competence and friendship. These resilient ties cut across political ideology, geography and class. If you hit a wall, there were places to turn, jobs to do.
Contrast this with Italy. Universal suffrage came — barely — in 1946. Very few of my Italian friends from the same socio-economic background have mothers with university degrees. With Italian cultural life run by the state (men) and charitable life run by the church (more men, in skirts), the domestic sphere was the only one Italian woman had left, regardless of class or education. Italian female social networks were (and are) based on class, town or family. So when feminism hit a wall, the only place to go was, literally, home.
Today, the absence of these parallel structures and fallback networks means that Italy's problems hit women extra hard. It doesn't look good for the gender gap.
Who is most squeezed by an old-boy society where merit means nothing? Women. Who loses in a slumping economy? Recent graduates, most of whom are women. Who picks up the slack for poor public services? Mother and daughters. If the correlation between school and work is low, who suffers? Girls without role models. Without good role models, what do girls choose?
Sara Tommasi, the Bocconi economics graduate and Berlusconi girl who picked a career in TV over one in finance may not have been acting unreasonably.
At the "Se non ora..." rally, journalist and author Beppe Severnigni complained that its slogans and form were tired and outdated. He challenged the organizers to find some fresh new ideas. Some old ones from America might be a good place to start.
Madelaine Johnson is a writer based in Milan. She was educated at Smith and graduated from Wellelsey. This piece is republished with permission from The American Mag.


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* Allison Mack just posted her first Huffington Post article. It's obvious she is talking about her scene in Marilyn in first paragraph - the kissing and all the stuff. Just read the part about being naked...is it me or is that confirmation of her first nude scene? She was positively cryptic. I sent few e-mails to makers of Marilyn querying about Allison spunky turn and if she stripped for the first time on-screen. The lack of response and later deletion of the IMDB thread (about her nude scenes) suggest good tidings. We are going to see those titties. I get it wrong more often than not but not on this subject. She is topless in Marilyn. But just not sure how much of the scene will be cropped or cut out.........

Glass House

Do you remember your first kiss? I remember mine: my lips are sticking to my gums because all the moisture from my mouth has made a mass exodus to my palms and armpits. Suddenly, there he is. Standing in front of me. And the fact that I actually like him amplifies my nerves by 110 percent.
My body is caught in a tractor beam pulled directly towards him, but I am eyeing the ejection seat with my hand hovering over the abort and abandon button. It is going to happen. There is no turning back now. I acquiesce. I lean in. Our teeth clink and the pimples on my hormone ravaged chin rub against his peach fuzz.
"Cut. Let's go again."
Looking around at the director and the 25 middle-aged men who just witnessed this epic moment of awkward intimacy I can't help but feel as though there is something abnormal about this experience.
You see, I don't need to remember my first kiss. This coming-of-age moment is forever burned onto celluloid, which can be re-run over and over and over again. One of my most personal, clumsy and intimate experiences is caught on camera for all to see... and see... and see.

So much of my life has been documented this way. Many of my most personal experiences are shared with the whole world. Type my name on your TiVo and you can watch me gain and lose weight, go through phases of bad haircuts and too many piercings, zits the size of walnuts on my chin, then on my nose, and, my personal favorite, right between my eyes. Watch me grow, morph and shift into the woman I am today all from the comfort of your living room chair.
This offers a unique feeling of familiarity between the rest of the world and me. The Truman Show-like life I have lived allows for a depth of intimacy with people I have never met. Leaving a restaurant the other day, a beautiful woman looked up at me and smiled, "Hi!" Her warm and open energy felt comfortable, so I assumed I knew her. "Hi!" I said back. But I didn't know her. I don't.
She knew Chloe. My weekly visits to her living room TV via Smallville created the illusion of instant friendship for her.

Experiences like this are both exhilarating and terrifying. Exhilarating because who doesn't like instant lovely friends. This is delightful. But then there is the terrifying bit. She thinks I'm actually Chloe. She has no concept of all the many ways I am way more face-plant Allison than kick-ass Chloe. It could be really easy to hide behind the strength and power of a character I portrayed rather than opening up to the truth of my own very real blemishes and bruises.
I don't have a team of witty writers giving me snarky comebacks or wise remarks in real life. And no amount of cover up will conceal the scars on my arms and legs that come from the clumsy way I move through my days. Along with a fantastic wardrobe and perfect hair, my alter ego "Chloe" embodied a strength and integrity in the face of outside pressures and criticism that I don't feel I have yet. It is funny, but in a way I look up to her and admire her commitment to the pursuit of truth against all odds. I never thought I would see the character I played as a role model for the type of woman I would like to become.
Perversely, it is the typical "superhero" struggle. And it has me wondering if someone like Bruce Wayne feels lame without the voice modulator and all the fancy leather defining each muscle. Does he look in the mirror and feel like less of a man compared to Batman? Does the man behind the mask, the real man, feel less impressive than his alter ego?

In my case, the ideal super woman, "Chloe," always knew what to say and was never afraid to stand for what she believed in. Then there is this real woman "Allison," who is afraid of owning what she loves, is too hard on herself, and is struggling to figure it all out. Both "characters" have the same voice, the same body, and the same brain. There's just one simple difference: oh, just this little thing called reality.
As an actor I am in the spotlight of attention and I have the choice to either maintain the fa├žade of my character -- infallible and special with ultimate strength and integrity plus no pimples, no cellulite and no wrinkles -- or, I can fully expose the truth of my struggles. It is interesting because I think we always glorify heroes. Culturally, at least in North America, we are drawn to beautiful, blemish free flawless heroes who face fierce external foes and then go back to basking in their perfectness. We superficially focus on the glamorous lives of the infallible heroes who look so brave and courageous.

So for many of us, the struggle to embrace our own imperfect selves is relentless and omnipresent in our society. The cover of every magazine lies to us, telling us beauty only exists after extensive airbrushing.

But for me it seems far more terrifying to stand naked and exposed with no suit of armour or special powers. The challenge of living a vulnerable and honest life takes way more guts than hiding behind a mask, a well fitted suit, and a smooth signature fighting move.
So I suppose when deciding how much I want to expose of myself in the work I do and how much I want to hide behind the perfection of a crafted and predetermined character the answer comes in asking myself what I want to promote. What kind of example am I going to set? This answer to this is clear. Not easy, but clear. Ideally I would like to promote self acceptance and love. True invincibility attained through the transparency of messy, screwy, honest, and human issues.

Now, a full year after Smallville, I am at a point in my life and in my career where I would like to be more active in the type of example I set and the type of character I represent. I am stepping out of the comfortable shell of "TV actress" and revealing my "woman behind the screen" as a writer. Welcome to my home, I am renting a "glass house" in an attempt to promote the idea that we are not alone as we struggle through our own maze of masks and mirrors. I'm pushing into the vulnerable truth and sharing this journey to craft my own, real, super character. I am grateful for the suits I have worn; each woman has given me a clearer picture of who I want to be, but I am looking forward to gently folding up the costume and placing it on the shelf. For a little while anyway.

Follow Allison Mack on Twitter: www.twitter.com/allisonmack 

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27-years old Meghan Falcone will be topless alongside Maggie Grace in upcoming
season of Californication.

As posted earlier casting notice went out for a groupie living together with Maggie Grace's Faith. This role requires nudity and she is a very "enthusiastic" roommate. Her name is Shari. That role was just landed by newcomer Meghan Falcone

Meghan Falcone was born in Tennessee and grew up in Connecticut. She moved to California, where she got two college degrees and a dog. The latter was an excellent investment. The former introduced her to an individual who introduced her to UCB, making those degrees invaluable. She loves performing, especially with her Harold team, Swanzey!

https://twitter.com/#!/megfalcone
 

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Magic City's Dominik Garcia-Lorido Talks Cuban Cuisine and '60s Miami Glam

Take one part Mad Men-style glamour, add one part sexy Miami heat and what do you have? Television's newest retro hit drama, Magic City, which just wrapped its first season on the Startz network. Set in 1960's Miami, Magic City follows Ike Evans (played by the dashing Jeffrey Dean Morgan), the owner of the Miramar Playa, Miami's most glamorous and glitzy hotel. We caught up with the fresh (and gorgeous!) young face of the series, Dominik Garcia-Lorido, to get the scoop on season one, Cuban cuisine and life on the beach.
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Tell us a little bit about your character, Mercedes, in Magic City.
Mercedes Lazaro is a 21-year-old Cuban girl who grew up in Miami Beach. Her mother is a housewife and her father is the general manager of the Miramar Playa. When you first meet her in the series, she's on the brink of graduating from Pan Am flight attendant school, while working part-time as a maid at the hotel. She grew up around this hotel and is very close with the Evans family that owns it--especially with their youngest son, Danny. They are the same age and grew up together as friends, but now that they're older, they start to develop an attraction for each other and real feelings start to evolve.

What drew you to the role?
What attracted me to the part of Mercedes was really that there was so much ahead of her. She's really independent and wants to venture out and travel the world and she gets caught off-guard by her first love. There's a lot going on in her world. There's depth to her and in her story lines. That's really all you want as an actor.

The show was renewed for a second season by STARZ before the first had even started--did this set a certain expectation for the series?
I mean I didn't really think about all that. I'm just really happy I get to go back to work. I love this group--we've become like a little family. In this business, it's always hard to maintain some sort of stability. Once you finish a job, all of a sudden you're unemployed again. I feel very blessed to have a job to come back to and very grateful to Mitch Glazer [the creator] and Starz for the opportunity.

You're very familiar with Miami--what is it like filming there? Have you enjoyed showing your cast mates around?I was born in Miami and spent most of my summer vacations there growing up. It's great working in my second home (Lorido grew up in LA). I appreciate the city more now that I have something productive to do while I'm there. It's a different experience living like a local. I work during the week then on the weekends I kick back, relax and enjoy the city.

What do you think makes the series stand out?
I think aesthetically it's like nothing we've seen on television before. The cinematography is beautiful. It's actually shot on digital with the same vintage film lenses they used to shoot The Godfather. You've never seen Miami filmed so beautifully. There are also a lot of talented actors on this show--I'm in awe of them. And the writing is top-notch. Mitch really gave 100 percent to every single character.

What do you like best about the fact that the series is set in the 1960's? Everything really, but the music is what feeds my soul. This is the era of music I've been obsessed with since I was a little girl. Mitch knows so much about music--in each script he'd have all the songs already chosen and placed specifically in the scene. I would read his scripts with YouTube open on my computer and play the songs while reading the scenes they were chosen for.

What are your favorite ways to stay fit?
Yoga! Yoga! It keeps me lean and flexible and my core strong. It's also extremely good for the mind and soul--I'm very high-strung and my mind doesn't stop ever! My best friend Chloe and I go to evening classes a lot. We're both homebodies and we always joke that it's our version of going to a nightclub.

Spending time down in Miami must be very culturally invigorating. Do you have a favorite Cuban dish?Ropa Vieja! It means "old clothes" because that's what it looks like. It's shredded beef in like a tomato type of sauce. It's best served over white rice with a side of fried plantains. My mom recently made it for my costar Christian Cooke. He's British and had never had it before so we wanted to make him a really authentic Cuban meal. He was in heaven to say the least--my mom's the best cook!

What is your go-to snack to power you through the day?
If I know I'm going to be in my car all day, I take a bag of sliced apples with me. Coffee is my vice--I drink way too much of it throughout the day. But hey, I'm Cuban!
What can we look forward to next for Mercedes? I will say this: she's very comfortable with her sexuality. She's not afraid to explore that, as long as it's with someone she trusts. You can expect to see her really start to come into her own as a young woman. She's not afraid to take the reins.

* There is couple of things we can take from this interview. She and Christian Cooke are fucking off the cam as well. And the second thing is the Paquin-Moyer effect from True Blood. Being a real life couple makes it easy to convince Mercedes to strip for real and she well could be brave enough to go nude in season two. Her 'sexuality' assertion seems to point to that. After all Mitch Glazer wants the Cuban beauty to be marque nudity taking over from Jessica Marais.


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Cortney Palm  in Sushi Girl (2012)
http://sushigirl.content.sparkstudios.com/

Cortney Palm is an American actress quickly gaining industry acclaim for her impressive performance in the title role of her first feature film, Sushi Girl. It will be her first on-screen nudity.
Born and raised in Colorado, Cortney was a performer from a young age, beginning in gymnastics and beauty pageants (Miss Teen Colorado 2003 contestant) and crossing over into modeling and acting. At 18 Cortney left her beloved family and friends and moved to California to pursue her passion for acting.
She studied Theatre Arts at California Lutheran University, performing roles in Learned Ladies and Macbeth for the summer Kingsmen Shakespeare Company.
Cortney’s desire was to appear in feature films. Being the perfect chameleon suited for a variety of roles, she wasted no time in Hollywood becoming a SAG member and accepting roles in successful short films such as “Fragile Hearts” which won Best Dramatic Short at the LA Life Film Festival.
Cortney Palm’s next film appearance will be in Gemini Rising with Lance Henriksen, which is currently in post-production.
But it was hard going for Cortney for many years. Quickly realizing living in Los Angeles was expensive and struggling to pay monthly bills working as a waitress, Courtney decides to become a glamor model after room-mate suggested it was an easy way to make quick cash. She was hesitant at first coming from a very conservative background. But at the end values are no match for materialistic seduction. She worked in low-end of the industry and created host of modeling profiles including one under name of
Cortney Nacole Palm at ModelMayhem. For nearly five years she worked hard including diversifying sometimes into world of sugar daddying. The pretty Hispanic-Indian biggest break-thru came in 2011. She  begin to see the fruits of sucking off the agents, producers and various assholes in the movie biz over the years by acquiring important roles in movies albeit ones that requires nudity. Cortney didn't care too much what her family thinks now she is 25; having informed them of her sexy turn in Sushi Girl. They were not too happy about it but it's her life. She also swiftly opened a new ModelMayhem profile. Cortney plan to stay in Hollywood for long time to come either by maintaining a consistent film career or get knocked up by a dumb rich schmuck.
  • Height:5 feet 7 in
  • Weight:118 lbs
  • Age Range:18 - 28
  • Physique:Slim
  • Hair Color:Black
  • Hair Length:Chin Length
  • Eyes:Blue
  • Ethnicity:Caucasian, Mixed, Eastern European, Mediterranean, Native American
  • Voice Type:Alto
 Awards
  • Theatre Banquet, Best Supporting Actress, 2007
  • ACTF, nomination for Performance in TAPE, 2006
  • Miss Pre-Teen Colorado, First Runner Up
  • Miss Teen Colorado, Second Runner up
http://www.hollywoodandme.com/845342559

Interview with director Kern Saxton:
We did an open casting call for Sushi Girls, and we read A LOT of young actors, including models for Playboy, Penthouse and Suicide Girls. It was a really draining experience. And then Cortney Palm walked in and just nailed it. We knew we needed someone who was comfortable with being nude the entire time, and she was just a rock. And this is one of her first feature roles and she knocks it out of the park. I think we all knew when we saw her audition that she was the perfect choice, and we were right. We didn’t want a known face or a big name, and we didn’t want someone who was unbelievably gorgeous either. She was the right combination of everything.

Naked 'Sushi Girl' Cortney Palm Talks Megan Fox, Hot Sauce And Uh, Being Naked

Perhaps you've already heard about "Sushi Girl." It's just a a tiny little "Grindhouse"-style revenge flick, featuring Tony Todd (Candyman!), Danny Trejo ("Machete!!) and Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker!!!). The plot is basically this: A bunch of badass dudes eat sushi off a naked chick and then probably start shooting at each other. Awesome, right? Wanna know what's even more awesome? Hanging out in a hotel room with the naked Sushi Girl herself, Cortney Palm.
Granted, the 24-year-old was not naked at the time, but plenty was still revealed during our time together. For example, we now know that Palm has no problem being naked (despite the very constricting outfit she wore to our interview).
"(During my audition they asked) 'So, are you comfortable being naked?' I said 'Yeah!' They said 'Can you show us?' I was like 'Yeah!' Basically that's how I landed the part," Palm explains.
Oh, and she acts in the movie too.
"Sushi girl’s character was a very empowering role to play," Palm says. "And she experiences a traumatic event," she says without revealing too much about her character. "I'm laying covered in sushi and each piece removed reveals part of her body, but her character isn't getting more vulnerable."
OK, back to the naked stuff...
Which body part are you most proud of?
I love my ass! I've got to knock on wood because people always compliment my ass, and I hope that it never falls.
If you could be one cartoon character, who would it be?
I'd be one of the Powder Puff Girls. They can fly, they have powers and they are awesome. If you wanted to go Disney I'd go with Kim Possible. Any girl that can jump out of a plane and go save the world is something that I would love to do.
What's your favorite Bill Murray movie?
Oh my gosh! Really? He actually gets on my nerves. Hmmm..."Ghostbusters"!
If you could kick anybody's ass on television, whose would it be?
I would want to throw down with Angelina Jolie. She and I are going to be wing-suiting off a building and landing on a moving boat. Then we'll strip down out of the wing suit--because you can't fight in a wing suit. Then I'm going to pull out my Samurai sword, and she'll pull out some weapon from "Tomb Raider." We're just going to have a throw-down and it's going to be awesome.
If there was a role that you had the opportunity to do over and do it better, what would it be?
"Transformers." I'd take over Megan Fox's role. Or maybe even Kristen Stewart in "Twilight." I'd take both of those roles.
What's the worst date you've ever been on?
I went on a date with this guy who asked to kiss me. It was really cute, but he looked too much like Justin Timberlake and I told him I just don't know if I can kiss you. He was OK with it and asked to see me again, but that didn't happen. Nothing against Justin Timberlake, but this guy was too much of a replica. I need the original.
What's your favorite TV show?
"Game of Thrones"! That show is top notch. Aria, the young daughter, I could play her part when she's older. I really want to be her when she's older. I love that show. Anything medieval or archaic. I love blood, gore and violence.
You're on death row, what's your last meal?
A Chipotle burrito! I'm a vegetarian so it has to have black beans, sour cream, cheese, the hottest hot sauce you can find. It's so good.
What will you be doing 10 years from now?
Hopefully acting and doing what I love: writing, acting and staying busy. I don't want kids. I am engaged though. We're getting married in October and he's who I want to be with. Sorry, guys! Well, that actually will make you want me even more.
Why should guys go see "Sushi Girl"?
If you like guns, blood, sexual situations and sexual content, you should go see it. There are lots of twists and turns. Weapons, sushi and naked bodies, that's a great combination.

Interview with Cortney Palm

 
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