Felicity Jones is in a movie this weekend, “Hysteria,” rated R for sexual content.
Felicity (Photo credit: AnnaKika)
Unfortunately, guys, it doesn’t say anything about female full frontal nudity, so I guess that explains why the review I read, by Mick LaSalle, only gave the flick two stars. The film is about Mortimer Granville’s blossoming love for Felicity’s character. By the way, Mort invented the vibrator. This has a lot to do with the plot, I guess, which reveals what went on before the vibrator. This leads me to say, on this Father’s Day weekend, guys, maybe there should be a law against vibrators. Right? I mean there’s probably a lot of women who figure they don’t need men anymore. Such technological competition—it’s, like, unconstitutional.
BODONIS is a John Blandly ebook that features a character named Felicity Jones.
Here’s a blurb for the totally coincidentally named literary agent.
Beautiful and alluring literary agent Felicity Jones takes novelist Giusepe Visconti to renowned Italian publishing house Bodonis to meet an editor.
Felicity (Photo credit: Benimoto)
A much longer, wilder book that features Felicity is “World Trade Center Writers,” that involves a writers’ group that meets in a World Trade Center bookstore
Also, there’s a fake Axl Rose fueled movie out too, “Rock Of Ages,” which stars Tom Cruise playing the character of a guy who is clearly modeled after the Tommy Hilfiger battle tested rock warrior. John Blandly himself appeared in a semi similar short film about the Hilfiger/Axl fight.