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Best of 2012: On-screen couples with great chemistry

Image Credit: Jaimie Trueblood

Whether they’re dancing half-naked on national TV or playing undercover cops in a film, the chemistry between these couples is undeniable. And with a superhero, the “sexiest man alive,” and an all-star on our list, it only makes sense that these studs’ other halves would be perfectly content with the match-up.

Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield, The Amazing Spider-Man
Stone and Garfield made such a convincing super couple in the film that they were ”bitten” off-screen as well. Their chemistry was palpable anytime they shared a scene, especially during their romantic rooftop kiss when the webslinger swept Gwen Stacy off her dainty feet.


Fox 25 years later: How the network changed the world

Though it actually launched on Oct. 9, 1986, Fox is celebrating its 25th anniversary this weekend with a primetime extravaganza featuring such stars of yesteryear as Calista Flockhart, Gabrielle Carteris, Ian Ziering, and David Faustino. Before tomorrow night’s broadcast, we thought it appropriate to take a look back at how the network has changed the pop culture landscape in the last quarter century. READ FULL STORY

'21 Jump Street': Who knew Channing Tatum was so funny?

From the first moments of 21 Jump Street, which I saw in a packed New York City theater last night, the whole audience was in stitches, and it wasn’t just because a bleach-blonde Jonah Hill strolled into his high school dressed as the Real Slim Shady.

As it turned out, the biggest laugh earner in the comedic adaptation was Channing Tatum. READ FULL STORY

Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum release fake PSA for '21 Jump Street'

In making the press rounds for their upcoming comedy 21 Jump Street, BAFTA nominee Jonah Hill and “MTV Best Kisser Nominee” Channing Tatum (their identifiers, not mine) have released a bizarre fake public service announcement today parodying the style of PSAs from the original ’80s TV series.

In the faux PSA, “Johnny Hills” and “Shanice Tatum” provide a colorful warning against the dangers of sticking your finger down another person’s throat to force him or her to vomit — apparently a key moment in the film. You’ll have to watch the video below to understand why.


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