Soon to appear in the latest installment in the ongoing saga of Thong Girl — the superhero who shoots lasers out of a specific area in the rear of her body — Maxx Kelly whiles away some offscreen time, absorbing vital vitamin D and waiting for shooting to begin on a new webisode that picks up where Thong Girl 4: The Body Electric left off.
Swimsuit provided by Everything But Water. Betsey Johnson Birthday Girl: top $88, skirted bottom $92.
Photographed at the entrance to Stones River Greenway.
Wow, which numerically appended franchise extension should we see this summer — The Hangover 2, Transformers 3, Spy Kids 4, Final Destination 5, what is technically Harry Potter 7 Part 2, or Apollo 18? (Wait, that last is an original. Note to self: Cancel Netflix request for Apollo 1-17.) Here's another idea: Check out the free screening options this summer, which make for vastly cheaper family outings.
The long-running Scene-sponsored Movies in the Park is hardly a secret anymore, as it draws thousands every June to Centennial Park. Relatively unknown, however, is The Belcourt's Second Saturday Summer Drive-In Series. The second Saturday of each summer month, the Hillsboro Village arthouse sets a projector in its side lot and converts into an urban drive-in, screening (mostly) family-friendly fare and allowing folks to stake out folding chairs and blankets or watch from their cars. First up is The Blues Brothers (June), followed by Destry Rides Again (July), WarGames (August) and Psycho (September). And if the weather's too hot, duck inside and buy a ticket for the theater's amazing summer repertory schedule, ranging from a complete Terrence Malick retro in June (leading to his hotly anticipated The Tree of Life June 24) to a killer overview of '70s and '80s road movies.
Of course, the outdoor event of the summer may be the gala reopening of the historic Franklin Theatre, saved by community effort and transformed into the crown jewel of Franklin's Main Street. The massive "1937 street party" on June 3 features a live swing band as well as outdoor screenings of the original King Kong, The Wizard of Oz and the Fred Astaire-Ginger Rogers gem Swing Time. If air conditioning is more to your liking, fear not: Admission to all movies is $5 for the theater's first 90 days. See www.franklintheatre.com for more information.
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