Gimme 5: Famous Celebrity Crushes!

Guest blogger Peter Eramo, Jr. writes:

Here’s a fun & easy one for you and just about everyone can sprout off at least five — so no excuses this week! We all have those actors and actresses who we just love to look at…those men and women who we think are simply hot, hot, hot! From those handsome and gorgeous men and women in those early classic films to the sexy and dazzling stars of today, I am asking this week for you to:


I Will Start:

1.  Ingrid Bergman
(never to be duplicated; never to be matched).

2. Scarlett Johansson
(a stunning blend of 40′s Hollywood and present day all rolled into one).

3. Jessica Biel
(She doesn’t make many good films at all, but The Illusionist is terrific & so is watching her in it!)

4. Christina Hendricks
(it won’t be long before she starts doing big time films…trust me).

5. Diane Keaton
(the tie, the hat, the vest…the epitome of sexiness forever tattooed in my head — and she still looks dynamite!)

My apologies to the beautiful Marisa Tomei!!! You’d be perfect on anyone’s Top 5 List!!!

Now It’s YOUR Turn!

Peter Eramo, Jr. was born and raised in Long Island, NY. He has written several one-act and full-length plays. While living in New York, he worked at various theatres as a playwright, actor and director. He is also the writer of several short stories, critical essays, poetry, and a children’s book, LiliAnne. In 2009, he completed his screen adaptation of Franz Kafka’s The Trial for Telic Pictures. Mr. Eramo attended New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and later graduated from Hofstra University. He received his M.A. from Columbia University’s Teachers College (2001). In addition to his writing and performance work, he has been working as an English and Drama instructor. Before his career in education, he worked for over six years in NYC as a public relations executive. A film fanatic at a very young age, he continues to go to and see as many films as possible. Because he has a tendency to voice his (very loud) opinions on film, even when nobody really cares what he has to say, he felt it would be a fun, productive, & interesting idea to start writing the Magic Lantern Film Blog. An all-around animal lover, Mr. Eramo lives with his adorable pug, Lily. You can visit his Facebook page at