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Elijah Wood, A "Saucy Gay Friend”

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Yeah, we can see it!

What? We just mean he is really talented and skillful in the art of acting and will be very convincing in this role he has been given to play. That's all! Don't be fresh!

Elijah Wood has signed on to play a “saucy gay friend” in the new movie, Celeste and Jesse Forever. The flick stars Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg as a couple in the midst of divorce who try to salvage a friendship.

Hmm! Will Elijah dispense some of his bestie gay wisdom to his gal or what???

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12 comments to “Elijah Wood, A "Saucy Gay Friend””



  1. 1

    Elijah has beautiful eyes. I would love for him to spew his "sauciness" all up in my face. This movie sounds promising…



  2. 2

    That sounds perf!



  3. 3

    andy samberg playing a married man? hmmm… interesting…



  4. 4

    If he was gay I would track him down, put a ring on it and marry him! He's totally my type. Short brunette with colored eyes! Cute!



  5. 5

    He seems a little gay in real life.



  6. 6

    HAHAHAHAHAHHAHA



  7. 7

    Elijah Wood Well there's always the Beard Effect. For real though a celebs true sexuality is never put out in detail nowadays thanks to the VERY personal media ways nowadays. it would take years form now to know whose gay or who isn't. Just like with Rock Hudson & other old hollywood acts. Until then Flame On Mutha F**as!!!



  8. 8

    Ahhhh yea play.



  9. 9

    That role won't be much of a stretch.



  10. 10

    He was born to play that role.



  11. 11

    He's a natural. He's a closet phag.



  12. 12

    'Saucy'? What does that MEAN?