If you were worried that Dwayne Johnson’s massive biceps in Fast Five would not be maintained, don’t. The actor has been sharing photos of himself training for G.I. Joe 2, and they are still freakin’ huge. (Unlike this photo, which we can legally only show at this size. Click here for the real deal.) READ FULL STORY
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It’s official: Cee Lo Green helped M&M’s break the Guinness Record for largest piñata by cohosting an event in New York City today featuring a 46-foot tall piñata of the Orange M&M’s spokescandy. The feat marked the first birthday of M&M’s Pretzel. Another photo is below. That is all. READ FULL STORY
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M&M’S® PRETZEL CELEBRATES 1ST BIRTHDAY BY SMASHING GUINNESS RECORD FOR WORLD’S LARGEST PINATA
Cee Lo Green to Help Bring Down Thousands of Bags of M&M’S Pretzel Chocolate Candies from 46-foot Piñata
Yes, this is real. It is happening tomorrow at 12:15 p.m. ET at the 69th Regiment Armory in New York City.
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Moments before attempting to shove a foam pie in the face of embattled News Corp CEO Rupert Murdoch, a British comic and activist known online as Jonnie Marbles tweeted, “It is a far better thing that I do now than I have ever done before #splat.”
Quoting A Tale of Two Cities‘ martyr Sydney Carton to justify a pie in the face demonstrates gross delusions of grandeur, but there is some historical precedence for the provocative act. A pie in the face may have its origins in the slapstick films of Mack Sennett, Laurel & Hardy, and the Three Stooges, and reached its zenith in the hands of the late Soupy Sales. But in addition to being a celebratory tradition for winning baseball teams, it’s also evolved into a symbol of political defiance. It’s the ultimate expression of helpless frustration: I can’t change the media or the government or that lifeguard who keeps me off the kiddie-slide, but I can make him look foolish in front of everyone! READ FULL STORY
Maybe it’s just the excitement of today’s Olympic announcement coupled with the oppressive city heat that has me craving ice cream by 9 a.m. each morning, but this Dairy Queen commercial hits all the right spots. Tastebuds. Funny bone. Nostalgia… muscle. I give it a solid 9.8. What about you, you chocolate-loving East German judge? READ FULL STORY
The Muscles from Brussels and his frozen jeans are pitching Coors Light in a new commercial for British beer drinkers. Bravo. Though — and I’m not complaining — his pants aren’t that tight.
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When the Emmy nominations come out on July 14, Nick Offerman’s name better be announced for Best Supporting Actor. So help me, Ayn Rand. His government-hating bureaucrat Ron Swanson on Parks and Rec is not only the most lovable curmudgeon since Archie Bunker, but he’s the greatest inspiration for viral art going. Take a look at the latest piece of NBC-sanctioned art dedicated to our favorite carnivore, below… READ FULL STORY
Had you asked me to come up with a product based on Train’s 2001 smash “Drops of Jupiter,” I likely would have said shampoo. You know, to go in your “haaa-aaaa-iiir.”
But, as it turns out, the members of Train — in addition to writing some seriously baffling, yet undeniably huge hit songs (I still demand an explanation for “Hey, Soul Sister“!) — are something of wine enthusiasts who have launched their own wine club. (I had no idea either, PopWatchers, or believe me I would have joined out of sheer curiosity long ago.) And now, they have just announced they are making “Drops of Jupiter” into a 2009 Petite Sirah. Oh, if only we had talked to Geddy Lee this year! READ FULL STORY
In Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris, a frustrated screenwriter discovers some magic in the city’s 1920s past. But beginning in September, tourists in the City of Light can step into a very different auteur’s mind. David Lynch is opening Club Silencio, a restaurant based on the bizarre club in his 2001 thriller, Mulholland Drive, and the enigmatic director is taking a special interest in designing the interior of what will be a bar, concert hall, art library, and screening room. I assume there will be no band, but I’d expect the unexpected from an evening at Silencio. I’d make sure I knew where the exits were at all times, and if I should find a mysterious blue box in my jacket pocket, I’m gone! READ FULL STORY
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