Our buds over at Webster Hall have announced a super ultra rad uppercut combo of Crookers and Fake Blood for next Fridays Girls & Boys. This’ll be massive. Trust. We’re proper psyched for this one and ready to tear Webster Hall apart!
Date: Friday, June 28th! Get a hold of your ticket right over HERE
Well, this is shit. O.G, James Gandolfini died last night at the age of 51* from a suspected heart attack while in Rome – he was scheduled to make an appearance at a film festival. Gandolfini was, aside from his award-laden performance in the Sopranos, a hugely underrated actor – roles in films like True Romance, Killing Them Softly, In The Loop and even The Incredible Burt Wonderstone showed that he could make an impact even when his part wasn’t necessarily the main draw. And hugging him was probably like hugging Sully from Monsters Inc. Obviously he’ll be best remembered as Tony in the long-running HBO series The Sopranos – a true tour-de-force performance that’ll go down in history as one of the most ferocious and magnetic TV characters of all time. What a shitter.
*This means he was only 36 at the beginning of The Sopranos. Fucking hell. We’d assumed he was like 50 from the get-go.
But nothing celebrates the life of an actor who died of what is assumed to be a heart attack caused by living the good fat life, whether it is from food, or booze, or cocaine, or a slow metabolism, or a combination of those things… like watching him get a lap dance from Kristen Stewart after the jump.