Here we are, back in the wonderful world of the Fast and the Furious. On the last post I promised bromance, and what I gave was clearly undercooked. Part two brings a full portfolio of bromanticism. You will not be disappointed. If this opening image doesn’t tell you where this post is going, I don’t know what will. Our hero Sean (Lucas Black) had nowhere else to go…. except Japan to live with his absentee father. On his first day at a Japanese high school he meets Twinkie (Bow Wow, born Shad Gregory Moss) local American hustler. Here he offers to sell him a laptop, but the look in his eyes says he’s selling something else……bromance.
By now, y’all know we love us some Fast and the Furious series here at Grill Wilson. I took a little hiatus on from the series, but I’m back. The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift is a different beast. 2 Fast 2 Furious subtracted Vin Diesel from the equation, but added Tyrese “Crazy Grillz” Gibson, which counts as a loss in star power, but is basically a push for grill power. Tokyo Drift has no star power, so it will have to really ramp up the grill power.
Sometimes inspiration hits us when we least expect it. It hit me the other night while doing some work from home, and yotubing music videos on my second monitor. I was operating in the Bobby Brown, New Edition space, which then segued into New Kids on the Block. I’m not ashamed to admit this either, because were not for said youtubing, I wouldn’t have been slapped in the face with inspiration in the form of “Extreme Close Up, Music Video Grills”. For tonights entree, I bring you grills from New Kids on the Block’s 2008 psuedo hit “Single”. Joey McIntyre is doing insane levels of work here to start, lets see what else I found….
Well, last year’s Malentine’s Day was certainly lacking, but I hope to make up for that with this year’s installment. Previously, we have been graced by the grills of The Great Chuck Norris, President Arnold Schwarzenegger (a guy can dream, can’t he?), and his Hairyness, The Emperor of Asia, Sensei Steven Seagal. This will be our fourth Malentine’s Day together. Now, the traditional gift would be fruit or flowers; the modern gift, appliances. Keeping that in mind, I proffer to you, from the bottom of my heart, The Genie of Death, he who grants not three Death Wishes, but five, the late Sir Charles Bronson. His first gift to you is titled, “The grill before the storm.”
Welcome to the 2010 Golden Globes. Hollywood’s best and brightest came out the Beverly Hilton to put in some major work. Luckily, I was in front of my television with a camera, ready and waiting. Courtney Cox here can’t decide if the whole ordeal is above or below her. David Arquette is just happy to have a camera on him again.
I’ve had this one in my back pocket now for a good long while. Kenny Powers (Danny McBride) could no longer be contained solely on my hard drive. He needed to escape and share his lively, effervescent spirit. So it is without further ado, that I mark my long awaited (I hope) return to the hallowed halls of Grill Wilson, with a little help from the one and only Kenneth Powers.