Val Kilmer at The 23rd Annual Simply Shakespeare Benefit Reading in Los Angeles. (September 25, 2013) -Photo: Fame/Flynet, Getty, INFphoto, Pacific Coast News, Splash News, WENN
“You don’t invite me over for coffee… you don’t even think to call me Godfather.”
On the one hand, I’d love to meet him and discuss some of his old movies…
On the other hand, I am terrified he would make this face…
He’s preparing for the remake of “The Island of Dr. Moreau,” which he was already in, but this time he’ll play Marlon’s character.
Or he’ll play the island.
let’s guess which word beginning with “F” he’s about to say. I’ll go first. “Frankfurter”.
“Fuck my Life”
Frappucino. Extra cream, sugar and irrelevance.
French Fries! Stat!
Fudge Franchise in Fresno?
FUCK! I’ve totally forgotten…what is my line?”
For the love of god, SOMEONE pull the man’s finger!
“I’ll be your derp berry.”
He turned into Beau Bridges so slowly that none of us really even noticed…until it was too late.
more like marlon brando
Didn’t someone else already play Truman Capote?
“Mr. Kilmer! What do you think about Ben Affleck as the new Batman?”
“Is this the way to the Marlon Brando (old fat version) look alike contest?”
Gay Perry? I can see it.
Make fun of Val Kilmer all you want.
Have any of YOU ever been:
Didn’t think so. Because that requires getting off the Internet and getting a life.
You rock, Val!
I’ve always liked Val Kilmer, too. As far as I’m concerned he totally stole Tombstone and turned the subject of the movie into Doc Holliday. And to this day, whenever I hear a song by the Doors, Val Kilmer’s image pops into my head.
you obviously don’t seem to be aware that the internets now has movies!
Val Kilmer at The 23rd Annual Shrimp
Shakespeare Buffet Reading in Los
Angeles. (September 25, 2013)
“Because he’s the Penguin Ben Affleck deserves, but not the one it needs right now…”
“Free me from this girdle and get me to Hagen-Dazs!”
“I was Batman once. Don’t forget that.”
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Madame Tussauds always impressive.
Ughhh! Too much fruit today!
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