The only thing worse than John Travolta’s hair at the Oscars was John Travolta’s horrible mispronunciation of Idina Menzel’s name. When Travolta took the stage to introduce Menzel’s performance of the Oscar-nominated song, “Let It Go,” from her movie Frozen, he asked the audience to “please welcome the wickedly talented, one and only, Adela Dazeem.” At least, that’s what we thought he said; it’s pretty tough to understand that quick mumble.
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Is this what we have to look forward to in Space Jam 2?
Probably not. Still, Jimmy Fallon added another notch to his viral video belt on Thursday’s Tonight Show when he joined guest LeBron James for “Wastepaper Basketball” — a perfectly ’80s ode to the wonderful office time waster, set to the music of Kurtis Blow.
The intentionally dorky video deserves special mention for rhyming “super fly” with “IT guy,” as well as for the uber-dated graphics interspersed with the duo shooting hoops (a.k.a throwing paper into a trash can). Somewhere, the Jim Halperts of the world are getting inspired.
After a painfully long hiatus, Scandal finally returns Thursday night, and to be honest, we’re a little worried. We think you might not be ready for all the sexiness that will be presented to you. Let’s have some real talk: This show is filled with very powerful, very attractive people, and you haven’t seen them since 2013. For example, last we saw of Jake, he was named Command, which means he’s not only in charge, but he’s also in a suit. Can you handle it? (We know Olivia can.)
So in order to properly prepare you for all the eye candy that will be returning to your television screen, we’ve found Scott Foley’s latest shirtless endeavor. As the spokesperson for Charisma’s spring campaign, he’s ready to talk about luxury linens. But more importantly, he’s ready to see how they feel against his bare chest. And the kicker? The hunk of a man claims he never feels sexy. “My wife has told me that I am sexy, and people on Twitter tell me that I’m sexy, so there must be something there, right?” Yeah, we think there’s a little more than something there.
Watch the ad below: READ FULL STORY
'True Detective' creator had 'no idea' about Matthew McConaughey's eerie 'Unsolved Mysteries' gig -- VIDEO
A long, long time ago, when the star of Dallas Buyers Club was just a slip of a McConaughey, he made his onscreen debut in an episode of Unsolved Mysteries.
McConaughey played Larry Dickens, a heroic young man who confronts a pedophile and ends up being shot 14 times for his trouble. Also, his character’s mother is called Dorothy Lang. Hmm — McConaughey going up against a sex offender, a name that’s thisclose to Dora Lange… sounds a lot like HBO’s True Detective, doesn’t it? There’s even a red pickup truck! (And, yes, strategic shirtlessness; once a McConaughey, always a McConaughey.) READ FULL STORY
With popular movies and shows like Divergent and Star-Crossed featuring characters with prominent tattoos, it begs the question: Does the mere presence of a tattoo make a character (or celeb) cooler? Well, if you asked Seattle-based artist Cheyenne Randall, the answer would probably be yes.
In fact, Randall has an entire Tumblr, Shopped Tattoos, dedicated to taking iconic images of celebs, movie characters and the like, and using Photoshop to add tattoos to their bodies. We’re talking everyone from Saved by the Bell‘s A.C. Slater to Audrey Hepburn.
Watch how Randall’s work unfolds by comparing the main image of Matthew McConaughey from Dazed and Confused above and Randall’s photoshopped photo below: READ FULL STORY
Jon Gosselin drops f-bomb when discussing ex-wife Kate, says she can 'die' for all he cares -- VIDEO
If 2007 was the year of Jon & Kate Plus 8, 2014 is the year of Jon & Kate Plus Hate. See what I did there?
In this clip from the next episode of Couples Therapy, Jon Gosselin vents about his relationship with his ex-wife Kate. At first, he speaks rationally about it “hurts” that she’s suing him. But after a heated phone call with the mother of his children, Jon quickly loses his cool.
After having gone two weeks without speaking to his kids, Jon says Kate can go ahead and “f—in die.” He wraps things up with one final thought about his ex: “What a sh–ty human being.” Yikes; here’s hoping Kate’s (and the kids’) cable package doesn’t include Vh1.
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Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore are one of those on-screen duos that just can’t seem to stay away from each other, from The Wedding Singer to their upcoming comedy Blended and every first date in between. To honor their ongoing relationship, the pair sang a duet together on Wednesday’s edition of The Tonight Show.
As Jimmy Fallon accompanied them on guitar, the pair reminisced about the first time they met (and some disturbing things that happened), the fact that Sandler is Barrymore’s best movie husband, and, of course, how he will love her until her boobs touch the floor. Sweet, right?
Jon Negroni is about to expand your Toy Story-lovin’ minds with one simple question: Is Andy’s mom Emily?
For a little background, Emily was Jessie’s previous owner that we only briefly saw in flashbacks. When she grew up, Emily gave the toy away, which is when Jessie went to storage. But thanks to a few specific clues, it seems highly possible that Jessie magically found her way into the hands of Emily’s son years later.
The first clue is Andy’s hat. It doesn’t quite match Woody’s, and when you watch the flashback with Jessie and Emily, you see a nearly identical hat on Emily’s bed. And thanks to the size of Emily’s donation box, it’s clear that the young Emily didn’t give away the hat when she got rid of Jessie. Therefore, did Emily keep the hat and eventually pass it on to her son? READ FULL STORY
When you need a fitting tribute to Harold Ramis, who you gonna call? Try the Hook & Ladder 8 Firehouse in New York City.
After word broke yesterday that Ramis had passed away at the age of 69, the firehouse — home base of the Ghostbusters themselves — hung up a replica of the film’s iconic sign. In addition to co-starring as Dr. Egon Spengler, Ramis also co-wrote the 1984 classic and its 1989 sequel.
But it wasn’t just the sign that paid tribute to Ramis’s work. Elsewhere, many on Twitter documented a growing memorial outside the building that contained flowers, candles, and — of course — packages of Twinkies.
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