Jamie Lee Curtis's raunchy gift for ‘Top Gun’ star Glen Powell after sex scene: ‘Not safe for work’

Top Gun: Maverick star Glen Powell dropped The Late Late Show With James Corden on Monday to promote the long-awaited sequel to the 1986 blockbuster. While there, he also revealed the salacious packaging gift his Scream Queens co-star Jamie Lee Curtis had given him.
"I think my favorite boxing gift I got was from Jamie Lee Curtis when I was doing a show called Scream Queens," Powell explained. "My first scene on the show was we were shooting a sex scene in bed."
Powell recalled that Curtis talked a lot about their film Perfect while they were shooting the scene. When the show's first season wrapped, she gave him a DVD copy of the film, but that wasn't all.
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"One thing she gave me was an unsafe birth control method with her face on it," Powell said.
"So she gave you a condom with her face on it?" James Corden asked.
"She said, 'Thank you for the ride of a lifetime,'" Powell explained, drawing a pretty good reaction from Corden and Kaley Cuoco, who were sitting next to him on the couch.
Top Gun: Maverick launches nationwide on May 27th.
The Late Late Show With James Corden airs weekdays at 12:37 am on CBS.
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'The Simpsons' burn Fox News with the help of Hugh Jackman: 'Putin becomes president'
Things got downright lyrical on Sunday, the Simpsons season finale, as actor Hugh Jackman and former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich led the city of Springfield in a musical ditty about the death of America's middle class. The lyrics included: "Tax breaks went to CEOs // Never tricking down to average joes // And here's how it happened // Greedy rich men kicked our ass // Fumbling while they burned our middle class." In addition to implying that corporate greed and short-sighted politics contributed to the decline of the middle class, the show targeted its own company's cable news network. The episode featured the likeness of Tucker Carlson saying, "Putin for President, next on Fox News." The musical number also called out widespread misinformation on social media. The characters sang, "Cable News declares we're doomed // And Facebook feeds our terror // They convince us things were great // When gas was cheap and men were white // So we rally around." the crooks // And the creepy ones and the crass //The vengeful it of our vanishing middle class.”
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