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Nakest Movie Ever + Andrew Garfield's TICK, TICK... BOOM! Speech + Milo Yiannopoulos Hits New Low (Buy Now) + MORE! — 6-PACK

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ABOVE: Layer cake. BELOW: Nakedest mainstream movie yet, U.S. journalist freed, Andrew Garfield's triumph and more ... The full-frontal basket groping is Oscar-worthy. (Image via video still) OMG.BLOG! (WORK UNFRIENDLY): The men of the film Tchaikovsky's Wife get naked.

Very. Naked. One of them looks like he could smuggle his Oscar under his johnson. AP NEWS: American journalist Danny Fenster — imprisoned for six months in Myanmar and sentenced to 11 years hard labor for spreading information its military regime claimed was false — has been released.

Bill Richardson, former governor of New Mexico and U.N. ambassador helped negotiate the release. WAPO: Infrastructure Week is FINALLY HERE.

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