“Purity,” published in September, tells the story of an aimless young woman named Purity but known as Pip.
She was raised in unusual circumstances in Northern California and winds up bouncing around after college from Oakland to Bolivia to Denver in a series of jobs and relationships with equally offbeat characters.
Your Mama confesses that we’ve never seen a James Bond film–hush up, we do not want to hear it–so we haven’t actually seen Mister Craig in action on the silver screen.
We have, however, seen these photographic morsels of dogs in heat goodness. We don’t know or much care if this gay kissing measures, according to listing information, just 1,124 square feet.
For her supporting role in the drama thriller The Constant Gardener (2005), opposite Ralph Fiennes, she received an Academy Award, a Golden Globe and a Screen Actors' Guild award.
In 2006, Weisz received the BAFTA Britannia Award for British Artist of the Year.
The front door of the penthouse, if you can call it that, opens directly into the dining area which not only has a wall of glass with a terrace and city view, but also a vaulted ceiling of glass that soars 20′ high.
Your Mama feels a little iffy about these glass ceilings.
After starring as 007 in the last four films, Craig recently said he was done with the role.
Now, he's setting the record straight with "Extra's" Jerry Penacoli.
"I got asked two days after I finished an eight-month shoot whether I'd like to do another one and I gave a fairly blunt answer… It's been an amazing ride doing this movie and we've had incredible fun.
I'm a straight talker, I usually speak my mind," he said. It's been a lot of hard work, but it has taken up all of my life for two years, and so maybe a little bit of my life back would be nice." Craig has played Bond for 10 years now, but told Jerry, "It seems about 20." He went on, "It's flown by, it's flown by.
[on the Pavilion on Fire Island] I'm a Hamptons guy. But the time I have spent there, which is very little, I barely remember, which is I think the point of the Pavilion in the first place.