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Film Threat's Annual "Frigid 50: The Coldest People in Hollywood"

November 18, 2006 (3:48 am) GMT
Mel Gibson tops Film Threat's annual "Frigid 50: The Coldest People in Hollywood."

does hot and everyone agrees on that. Approvingly, the hunk has appeared on the very top spot of People magazine's list of "Sexiest Man Alive" for 2006. While George earns such predicate, it is bad for that he's no longer on the line, and was instead chosen as the first "least-powerful, least-inspiring, least-intriguing people in all of Tinseltown."

The action-hero actor, who's been chosen as People magazine's Sexiest Man Alive for two decades, tops Film Threat's annual "Frigid 50: The Coldest People in Hollywood." This none other is due to the anti-Semitic remarks he made during his arrest on suspicion of drunken driving. Second on the cold list is who the Web site claims has made "a string of disappointing box-office performances as she attempts to make the jump from the television sit-com "Friends" to the big screen."

Rounding out the top five are the controversial box office hit "" at 3rd, at the 4th spot, and at number 5. On the 6th spot is American entrepreneur and billionaire Mark Cuban, ahead of at 7th and the internet Lonelygirl15 at 8th. Rounding out the Top 10 on the list are Movie Critics at the 9th spot, and and his bride to-be at No. 10.

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