Much cuter when younger; now ugly; tiny dick; is now typecast playing creeps.
we got in a big cat fight on Jarhead
One of us. Or at least talks like one of us.
I think he's a good actor.
What happened, r2??
He has a gay accent.
I find him oddly attractive.
Liked him in "Unconditional Love " with Kathy bates and Rupert Everett.
they have never publicly said what the topic of the feud was but have acknowledged the fight.
R9. Aren't they related, somehow?
Tiny dick? Have you seen him hard, no you saw 'Kinsey", so you have no idea what it actually is. Although I suspect YOU have a tiny dick. Only small guys seem to comment on other guy's size. Does it make you feel better?
He has a great big butt, which I love.
Totally in lust with him
Unattractive, but gay.
R11 = Peter Sarsgaard
[quote]they have never publicly said what the topic of the feud was but have acknowledged the fight
So do they hate each other? Or was it just a fight on set, and now they're ok?
Considering that Sarsgaard bred with and married Jakey's fugly sister Maggie, it'd be a shame if they hate each other.
I think he's a waste of space.
We think he needs a better tailor, OP, but other than that he's fine.
I don't care for him. He reminds me of a slug.
R18 = Maggie G.
I think he got a taste of Liam Neeson's Loch Ness Monster.
Sat at the table next to him in a NYC restaurant. He was more attractive than he gets credit for here. Also appealingly low-key: none of that surreptitious glancing around to see if he was being noticed that's so common among celebs. The group at the table on his other side engaged him briefly in conversation--he chatted with them amiably, then went back to his meal.
How do you say gherkin in Danish?
R24. Kosher dill, that's how.
was he alone r23
Actually, he was with Maggie, R26. I didn't mention that in my earlier post because she's such a DL favorite. She looked better than I expected too. They just seemed to be having a relaxed dinner out, casually dressed and talking quietly with each other. It was at a now-defunct Japanese soba place in Tribeca, great food but not at all sceney.
Hot, cute, kind of ugly...whatever you think he may be, how did that troll Maggie Gyllenhaal land him?
Love him in Teen Wolf.
The Red Carpet and the Sarsgards are not a good match, which is kind of refreshing in these days of that kind of nonsensical film promotion. They'd much rather be in Brooklyn!
He is a good actor.
Never thought he was gay until I saw him onstage in THE SEAGULL. He had the body of Nathan Lane and he sounded like Paul Lynde.
I think he's cute as hell and a good actor but when I saw his full frontal in Kinsey I was shocked and disappointed. Poor Maggie can have at it.
I choose to give him credit for getting Maggie out of that designer's clutches.
I think it was Prada that had her clunking around looking like an abused office secretary from the 30s.
"I'm sorry, Mr. Morlock!
*clunk* clunk* clunk*
He was excellent in THE KILLING this season - probably the best thing I've ever seen him do.
He was mediocre in THE SEAGULL onstage - a real weak link next to Kristin Scott Thomas, Carey Mulligan, and Mackenzie Crook.
He also sounds too much like John Malkovich.
She sounds like a gayer John Malkovich. Listen to how shrill and femme she gets towards the end of this clip.
I love him. I always thought he was very sexy, but in a different, weird sort of way.
"Tiny dick? Have you seen him hard, no you saw 'Kinsey", so you have no idea what it actually is."
Penises really can only double in size. Those that increase 3 or 4 fold are extremely rare. So if he doesn't show, he's probably a tiny meat 99% of the time.
Pings to high heaven
He can sit on my face anytime.
I didn't realize he was such a good actor.
When I saw him as host of Saturday Night Live and in the skits, I developed a crush on him just from that.
He was very impressive during that gig.
And I liked him very much as an actor in "An Education" with Carey Mulligan.
Overlooked in Woody Allen's "Blue Jasmine." But yes, typecast as a creep.
This gay thinks he should change his name to Gay Gayerson, pronto.
Is he gay? Because I'm starting to get the feeling that he doesn't just play gay but that he really is gay.
His voluptuous bubble butt negates any lacking up front. I think he's hiding in plain sight, though. His gayvoice is off the charts.
I loved him in Generation Kill, but honestly, any reasonably attractive guy in a military uniform does it for me. And he was hardly the only hottie on the show, there was actually a minor supporting character I thought was hotter.
Always thought he was sexy, small cock or not
r47, DL gets that feeling about practically all hot actors. I see the "he's gay" stuff and my eyes glaze over, this is the forum that cried "gay."
It's trolls like R34 who keep actors from doing nudity.
Peter Sarsgaard appeared alongside another fine character actor, Elias Koteas, in the last season of The Killing. Although they shared no screentime together, the two actors became close friends and bonded over their mutual experiences working on the fringes of Hollywood, usually supporting bigger though less interesting male stars such as Brad Pitt, Jake Gyllenhaal and Jodie Foster. They often did informal script read-throughs in Sarsgaard's trailer, after which Koteas pumped his 8 x 6½ Canadian kielbasa into Sarsgaard's greedily devouring pig hole.
[quote]I see the "he's gay" stuff and my eyes glaze over
Yes, but with Sarsgaard you really do think 'Is this guy gay?'
Everybody pings on DL.
[quote]Everybody pings on DL.
Yes, but Peter rightfully pings...
He really slept with Liam Neeson for that one movie, right?
He has that lispy thing going on that sounds exactly like Rex Reed, although Reed is gay and out. James Mason had a little of that sound, too. I, personally, think it is sexy (and he DOES have a big butt) but I always wonder how in the world a woman can make his dick hard. He just seems very...gay.
What kind of cocks do we think Peter Sarsgaard likes to take in his pretty mouth and his big butt?
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