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A Reason to Visit ... Scotland

 

We love our sword-and-sandals movies, and here's a fine excuse to also admire the lovely scenery of Scotland. And to lust after über-heartthrob Channing Tatum as he runs around the Second Century A.D. Highlands with his charming slaveboy (the dorkily dreamy Jamie Bell) in the new flick The Eagle of the Ninth, trailer above. It looks to be a load of hokum, of course, but if it does for Scotland what LOTR did for New Zealand, and you can avoid the penis burns that Tatum endured on the set, then you should book now. Just make sure you go in June or July.

 

 

We love our sword-and-sandals movies, and here's a fine excuse to also admire the lovely scenery of Scotland. And to lust after über-heartthrob Channing Tatum as he runs around the Second Century A.D. Highlands with his charming slaveboy (the dorkily dreamy Jamie Bell) in the new flick The Eagle of the Ninth, trailer above. It looks to be a load of hokum, of course, but if it does for Scotland what LOTR did for New Zealand, and you can avoid the penis burns that Tatum endured on the set, then you should book now. Just make sure you go in June or July.

 

 

We love our sword-and-sandals movies, and here's a fine excuse to also admire the lovely scenery of Scotland. And to lust after über-heartthrob Channing Tatum as he runs around the Second Century A.D. Highlands with his charming slaveboy (the dorkily dreamy Jamie Bell) in the new flick The Eagle of the Ninth, trailer above. It looks to be a load of hokum, of course, but if it does for Scotland what LOTR did for New Zealand, and you can avoid the penis burns that Tatum endured on the set, then you should book now. Just make sure you go in June or July.

 

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