The actor and twin had some embarrassing leaked photos to explain.
Dylan Sprouse, one half of Zack and Cody, has been left a little red faced after his risqué mirror selfies were leaked on the internet. Rather than hide in shame and pretend the photos weren't of him, the former child star admitted on Twitter that he slipped up and did his best at styling out the unfortunate blunder.
21 year-old identical twin actors Dylan and Cole Sprouse rose to fame after starring as Adam Sandler's son in 1999's Big Daddy and went on to act in many more movies and the Disney Channel sitcom, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody. Dylan may be 15 minutes older than his brother but this hasn't prevented their fans' shock at seeing the teen heartthrob posing in the buff.
It may have been easier to pretend the photos were a hoax and weren't of Dylan had the star not only photographed his bare body but his face as well. One image shows the New York University student standing in front of the bathroom mirror in his Calin Klein whites whilst feebly flexing a muscle. However, another showed a closer, headless shot of the actor in the same bathroom completely naked apart from his hand cupping a badly-concealed manhood.
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The 'Suite Life of Zach & Cody' star says the attack from the Jonas Bro on the Disney company is unwarranted and unjust
Earlier this week, Joe Jonas made the news when an open letter he penned was published in the latest issue of the New York magazine, Vulture, a letter in which the former Disney star tore into the company that launched him to stardom, slamming them for restricting his and his brother's creative freedom. Jonas ripped the company for being too overbearing and for putting too much pressure on its younger stars, however his sentiment is not shared by all of the Disney alum.
Jonas' sentiment isn't shared by Sprouse
Jonas moaned that Disney restricted his creativity and refused him and his brothers the chance to branch out musically by dictating their career. Joe recalled with horror the times he was forced to shave everyday in order to retain his youthful appearance and went on to criticise the company for trying to maintain its image as a family company by supposedly putting Vanessa Hudgens on lockdown following her nude photo scandal in 2007. But fellow one-time Disney fledgling Sprouse reckons the Jonas bro is being a Jonas biatch, claiming the 24-year-old must have been too busy enjoying the highs of fame during his Disney days to actually confront the company and tell them "no."
Phill Lewis, Brenda Song, Disney and Dylan Sprouse - Phill Lewis,Dylan Sprouse, Brenda Song, Cole Sprouse New York City, USA - Cast of Disney Channel's Hit Series 'The Suite Life on Deck' meet guests at the World of Disney Store Friday 6th March 2009
Debby Ryan, Brenda Song, Cole Sprouse, Disney and Dylan Sprouse - Debby Ryan, Dylan Sprouse, Brenda Song, Cole Sprouse and Phill Lewis New York City, USA - Cast of Disney Channel's Hit Series 'The Suite Life on Deck' meet guests at the World of Disney Store Friday 6th March 2009
Dylan Sprouse, Brenda Song, Cole Sprouse and Disney - Dylan Sprouse, Brenda Song and Cole Sprouse New York City, USA - Cast of Disney Channel's Hit Series 'The Suite Life on Deck' meet guests at the World of Disney Store Friday 6th March 2009
Dylan Sprouse and Disney - Dylan Sprouse and Cole Sprouse New York City, USA - Cast of Disney Channel's Hit Series 'The Suite Life on Deck' meet guests at the World of Disney Store Friday 6th March 2009
Taken from the loving arms of his foster parents by unstable mom Sarah (Argento), Jeremiah (Jimmy Bennett for the first half; Dylan and Cole Sprouse for the latter section) finds himself unwillingly thrust into an itinerant life of substance abuse and sex-for-sale, a babe cast into the big bad woods of Middle American tract house communities and interstate truck stops. An odyssey of innocence parentally defiled, Argento's film strives, from the opening shot of a stuffed animal being waved in Jeremiah's face, to assume the perspective of her pint-sized protagonist, both through straightforward knee-high point-of-view shots as well as by grotesquely distorting her carnival-esque compositions to create a mood of terrified awe and dread. The result is a funhouse-mirror vibe rooted in squalor, from the decrepit apartments that Sarah and Jeremiah temporarily occupy with her assortment of boyfriends, to the parking lots where she plies her trade as a prostitute, to a combustible crack kitchen where the filth is so tangible that it can almost be felt creeping under one's fingernails. Still, working with cinematographer Eric Alan Edwards, Argento carefully balances these more out-there inclinations - felt most strikingly in Jeremiah's visions of cawing, flesh-eating red crows - with conventional setups and chronology, thereby deftly maintaining a tremulous sense of coherence even as her narrative begins spiraling into madness.
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Johnny Depp stars as Spencer Armacost, an astronaut who loses communication with NASA while fixing a satellite. Upon his return, strange occurrences begin with Spencer's partner, who was up there with him, and his partner's wife. This, of course, starts up the paranoia with Spencer's wife Jillian (Charlize Theron).
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Adam Sandler has gone soft and it just doesn't work. Whilehe somehow managed to carry off his sweet, pathetic romantic lead characterin "The Wedding Singer" last year, in "BigDaddy" he's taken it too far. The formerly outrageous Sandler hasbecome the Sensitive Guy.
He's polite and politically correct toward two of his collegebuddies who turned gay and became a couple. He's accompanied everywherehe goes by a tender moments soundtrack copped from a General Foods InternationalCoffees commercial. And get this -- he cries. Not for laughs, either.He cries and wants the audience to commiserate with his broken little heart.He wants us to like him.
Buddy, you're Adam Sandler, not Jimmy Stewart. Heck, you'renot even Robin Williams, and he's no good at that sad clown crap, either.
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