By Travis July 19, 2013 @ 9:00 AM
There used to be a time when Matt Leinart was a king among mere peasants in Los Angeles, because he was a pretty great quarterback at USC. But then he went to the Arizona Cardinals and cared more about sticking his dick in everything with a vagina than he did about winning and now he’s the backup for some team that I didn’t even bother to look up.
At least he still does some charity work, as Leinart hosted his annual bowling event, and boy did the stars roll out for this one. Among the huge names were Ron Perlman, Danny Masterson and… you know what? These people are so famous and recognizable that I don’t even need to mention them.
(Photo Credits: Try CW/WENN.com)
A six-year-old boy with leukemia named Zachary told the Make-A-Wish Foundation that he wanted “to meet and become Hellboy”. So they put on Nazi uniforms and held him down in a swastika drawn with his blood and summoned Satan.
That didn’t work so they contacted Spectral Motion, who created the makeup and costume for both Hellboy movies, and Ron Perlman, the actor who played him. 4 hours in the makeup chair later, Zachary had his wish.
The Hollywood Reporter says…
The visit was the second time in the past three weeks Spectral Motion opened has its doors to Make-A-Wish children. Another fan, Caleb, got a firsthand look at the animatronics behind some of the studio’s well-known creatures, which also have appeared in X-Men: The Last Stand and Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.
“Wait so the other kid got to meet and become an unkillable hero and I got to see Angels wings from X-Men and the Silver Surfer, who heralds certain death,” Caleb asked when he read this. “What the fuck? Is there something you need to tell me?”
(image source = Spectral Motions facebook)