Dan Futterman Shirtless and Underwear Photos: Hunk Hollywood Writer

Dan Futterman Shirtless and Underwear Photos: Hunk Hollywood Writer. Who says writers can’t be hunk hotties? Not us here at Famewatcher. Evidence #1 that writers can be hotties is the gay Latino hunk Richard Blanco who sent a lot of hearts a-fluttering when he read his poem during the second inauguration of President Barack Obama.

Evidence #2 that writers can be hotties is screenwriter Dan Futterman who was Oscar-nominated in 2005 for his Capote screenplay.

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Keith Stanstell, Clara Rojas vs. “Haughty” Ingrid Betancourt

Look who’s being exposed as haughty and self-absorbed after she was hailed as a “jungle heroine”? It’s French-Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt.

Her fellow hostages are disputing her accounts of their captivity in the Colombian jungle.

Clara Rojas vs. Ingrid Betancourt:
Now Clara Rojas, a friend and colleague seized with Ms Betancourt in 2002, has joined in with further disclosures expected in a forthcoming book.

“I thought she was my friend, but she has demonstrated to me that she wasn’t so much,” Ms Rojas said in a trenchant interview with the Spanish edition of Vanity Fair published this week.

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Anti-Bono: Dambisa Moyo’s Dead Aid

We think Dambisa Moyo’s got some interesting points. Aid can encourage and perpetuate dependency and celebrities can help people in need without inviting too much attention to themselves.

From her interview with the NY Times:

Q: As a native of Zambia with advanced degrees in public policy and economics from Harvard and Oxford, you are about to publish an attack on Western aid to Africa and its recent glamorization by celebrities. ‘‘Dead Aid,’’ as your book is called, is particularly hard on rock stars. Have you met Bono?
I have, yes, at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, last year. It was at a party to raise money for Africans, and there were no Africans in the room, except for me.

What do you think of him?
I’ll make a general comment about this whole dependence on “celebrities.” I object to this situation as it is right now where they have inadvertently or manipulatively become the spokespeople for the African continent.

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