You’ve gotta love Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant), and you’ve gotta love to hate those Bennett boys, Dickie (Jeremy Davies) and Coover (Brad William Henke). This week, we saw the duo bring a little friend along while trying to intimidate Harlan resident Reggie, and later our beloved Boyd (Walton Goggins, pictured), so they’d halt relations with Black Pike, the mining company Boyd has been helping secure land. Ava (Joelle Carter) put a bullet in the bag, and broke Coover’s heart. “You killed Charlie!” But what was he? READ FULL STORY »
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Here, he is filming We Bought a Zoo in L.A. this week. Not to get all acting coach/Carl Weathers on Matt Damon, but I feel like maybe he should seem a little more freaked out by that BEAR. Or maybe not. He’s the one who went ahead and bought a zoo. This is what happens. He’s just dealing with it. That bear does seem kind of lazy, and maybe generous. Hunny for everyone!
I have so much going for me. I’m alive. I can walk. It was Kids’ Menu Friday at the Time Inc. cafeteria. So if I truly can’t I get over my jealousy of a Cincinnati Zoo rhino named Nikki, it’s gonna be a looooooooong weekend. (Yes!)
Above: Ryan Gosling takes a break from filming George Clooney’s political film The Ides of March, tentatively slated for late 2011. See photos from the actual set over at /Film.
Anyone else have an overwhelming urge to watch Sesame Street‘s “Calcutta Joe”? You’re in luck! I’ve embedded it after the jump. This concludes your breaking news. READ FULL STORY »
Rob Pattinson tackles alligator, talks Charlie Sheen in 'Vanity Fair' cover story: 'I like crazy people'
Wow. Based on Rob Pattinson’s April Annie Leibovitz-shot Vanity Fair cover (on stands March 3), I’d say Lacoste is getting really aggressive with brand recognition in their latest collection. No, I keed. The alligator draped around Pattinson’s neck appears to be there to represent how hard it is to break away from teen-targeted entertainment’s choke-hold, a Hollywood trap that is only made more difficult to escape by the unflinching reptilian claws of 15-year-old fan girls in need of more — I say more! — Twilight. (Or something like that?)
But we learn much more from the cover story than just how jaunty and handsome alligator-wrangling can be: Most notably, that the actor watches the kind of TV that you only watch when your remote runs out of batteries and you can’t change the channel, or after a misguided, drunken night when you feel like finding a reason to despise yourself even more. READ FULL STORY »
Last February, Sadie the Scottish Terrier clinched the greatest honor in all dog-dom: the title of Best in Show at at the 134th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. (She’s pictured on the right side of the photo, posing with some real estate guy.) This year, a new crop of over 2,000 pups — and their dedicated owners — will be vying to succeed her. As a wise man once said: “And to think that in some countries these dogs are eaten!” READ FULL STORY »
Football? Psh. Why would I be concerned about the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers when the players of the Puppy Bowl will steal my heart on Sunday? (Get it? Get it? Whatever.) The seventh annual event — complete with Kitty Halftime Show! — already has its lineup, which includes: Thelma, who holds the record for yards pooped in; CB, the league’s fetching champion; Willy, who just married Gisele Poochen; Big Red, MVP of the Toilet Bowl, and Little Red, who — as the game’s “small in size, but big in attitude” player, according to Animal Planet’s teaser video — just finished a stint in prison for firearm possession. (Bad dog! Pardoned for cuteness, though!) So, when the game kicks off in one hour, take a paws and head to the comments to bet on your favorites, discuss play-by-play, or just die of cuteness.
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