If you occasionally find yourself humming the wondrous little tunes from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, then A) you’re such a nerd! and B) me too. Turns out that Robin William is also a fan of the Zelda franchise, as shown by a new advertisement for the about-to-be-released 3DS version of Ocarina. “The first time I saw you, I knew we’d be linked forever,” says Williams. “For you, I’d travel to the four corners of the world…I became your hero.” It seems like he’s talking to Princess Zelda…but there’s a rather lovely twist. (Also fun: Williams appears to have stolen Brad Pitt’s beard, just like just like Matthew Fox’s — it’s for his Broadway role in Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo) Check out the video below: READ FULL STORY
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To the untrained eye, the photo of “The Many Faces of Ron Swanson” may all look the same at first glance. But, much like the stern, yet complex Parks and Recreation boss himself, there are just so many layers. Sure, Ron makes the same face when he is disapproving, enthusiastic, annoyed, goofy and gleeful. But marvel at the subdued anger of his Disapproving Face and the reluctance in his Apologetic Face (we can only assume he doesn’t make that one often.) Better yet, try not to giggle uncontrollably/imagine yourself in the Tammys’ shoes when you see his Aroused Face. (Can’t Nick Offerman just submit this for Emmy consideration?) READ FULL STORY
“I love that people can’t place me. They don’t know my name. That’s ‘mission accomplished’ in my world.” — John C. Reilly
Today may as well be National Character Actor Day. Reilly was born on this day in 1965, while across the pond, the Brits are celebrating the talent of Jim Broadbent, who was born May 24, 1949. They might lack the name recognition of brighter stars, but it’s their unmistakable mugs that instill an authentic Everyman quality into their eclectic collection of supporting characters. Broadbent is a legendary chameleon, slipping from Harry Potter to British period indie to Bridget Jones, and he even has an Oscar, for Iris. READ FULL STORY
During Sunday night’s broadcast of the 2011 Billboard Music Awards, Top New Artist winner Justin Bieber planted one on his ladyfriend Selena Gomez on live television, for all the world to see. Not only devastating his young female fans, but making people of all ages terribly uncomfortable. READ FULL STORY
Ronald McDonald is the most terrifying inhuman creature on the face of the earth. A tall clown with hellfire-red hair who enjoys hanging out with children when their parents aren’t looking, Ronald has terrorized young people across the world for nearly five decades. Apparently, there was a time when Ronald’s shenanigans were actually somewhat amusing. Perhaps that was before he started wearing a bright yellow jumpsuit, which makes him look like a psychotic hermit on his way to mopping up a bloody crime scene. God, just look at the above picture! It’s like you can read his thoughts, and his thoughts are “I’m going to enjoy eating your brains, sonny! Yuk Yuk Yuk!” READ FULL STORY
Imagine a future Celebrity Apprentice cast. Now, imagine them all getting devoured by man-eating fish, and you’ve got Piranha 3DD, the follow-up to 2010’s blood-and-boobs fest Piranha 3D. Just look at the actors involved: Ving Rhames, Christopher Lloyd, Paul Scheer, Gary Busey, Katrina Bowden, and now, David Hasselhoff. Yep, that’s right: The Weinstein Co. announced Wednesday that the America’s Got Talent judge and hamburger aficionado is set to join the sequel.
But here’s where I enter a plea to The Weinstein Co. I want just one thing for the holidays this year (the film is headed to theaters in November 2011): Please, oh please, let Hasselhoff play Mitch Buchannon. READ FULL STORY
Oh, George Clooney, only you could pull this off looking better today — at 50 years old! — than you did in your 30s. (Then again, The Caesar didn’t help matters. Neither did this.) But, yes, you read that right: Today, the Ocean’s Eleven star and People‘s 2097 Sexiest Man Alive (I’m just speculating here, but, still, a good bet), turns a half century old. We’d love to celebrate his birthday by asking Clooney where he’s discovered the fountain of youth, but we’re guessing he’s busy pranking Brad Pitt while picking out roses for his Italian girlfriend in his Lake Como villa while riding a unicorn and saving 10 newborn kittens. (Yes, in my head, he’s the Old Spice guy.) So, instead, we’ll celebrate his 50 years on Earth by asking you, PopWatchers: When did you first fall in love with Clooney? READ FULL STORY
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