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Totally necessary 'Magic Mike' update: Matt Bomer talks first thong, Joe Manganiello talks routines

Male stripper movie Magic Mike has already proven itself a gift that keeps on giving. Two of the stars are making headlines today for talking about the movie that they’re not even promoting yet. Matt Bomer shared a great story with MTV News about his first run-in with a thong. “I had never worn a thong before, so the first time I tried it, I put it on wrong and my junk didn’t fit in it,” he said. “I had to call a wardrobe person in and go, ‘Something’s wrong with my thong, you guys. I think we’re gonna have to figure this out,’ and they’re like, ‘Uh, yeah your legs are in the wrong holes.’ So, that was step one.” He went on to explain that there’s a technique to tearaway clothes, and that director Steven Soderbergh made him feel like he was shooting a documentary. Combine those two thoughts, and you have the makings of the best DVD featurette ever.

Co-star Joe Manganiello, meanwhile, dished to the LA Times‘ Ministry of Gossip about the routines in the film, which is a comedy. (“It’s like Animal House and Hangover funny,” Manganiello said.) Each stripper has his own theme. READ FULL STORY

Rashida Jones has a nude streak in her

If you ever bump in to Rashida Jones at the Apple Store, be bold. But be careful not to confuse her for Fiona Apple or someone from Community, as people occasionally do. The Parks and Recreation star shared the blueprint to her heart with Playboy‘s readers in this month’s 20 Questions interview. Asked what she would do if she could by anonymous for one day, she catered to the publication’s male readership. “Streaking through a large crowd has always been a secret fantasy of mine,” she said. “Disneyland would be fun. Or maybe just showing up at the Apple Store naked and picking up an iPod shuffle and pretending nothing was wrong or different.” READ FULL STORY

'How to Make It in America' premiere: Will the Crisp crew ever shake the 'Entourage' comparisons?

After a long wait — even by HBO standards — How to Make It in America and the Crisp boys returned with a literal bang. Ben (Bryan Greenberg) and Cam (Victor Rasuk), fresh from their business/pleasure trip to Japan, try to bring Shinjuku to the Lower East Side with a fetish-themed pop-up store. The guys are trying to reinvent themselves and infuse their brand with the “downtown dirtbag” cred that seems to be working for the doughnut-poking frontmen of their competitor brand Neanderthal. READ FULL STORY

Anderson Cooper defends Nancy Grace, throws Wolf Blitzer under the bust

For those who were upset or traumatized by Nancy Grace’s alleged flash dance (for the sake of all of our sanity, I will not use the phrase “wardrobe malfunction”) during Monday night’s Dancing With the Stars, you’re making Anderson Cooper angry. And you wouldn’t like him when he’s angry. Unless, of course, you were hoping to wind up on his RidicuList. In which case, congratulations, at least someone will emerge victorious from this madness.

During Wednesday night’s Anderson Cooper 360, the host stood behind his CNN cohort (a.k.a. Tom Bergeron’s “Miss Kitty.”) “I’m taking Nancy’s side on this,” Cooper said, regarding Grace’s statement to TMZ that she was fully prepared against any clothing mishap. He also promised “not to break that industrial strength bra strap.”

That’s what friends are for! I think.

Watch the full rant, complete with boob puns and a strategically placed Wolf Blitzer, below: READ FULL STORY

Scarlett Johansson on hacked nude photos: 'It feels unjust. It feels wrong.'

Scarlett Johansson told CNN that she felt wronged by the illegal phone hacking that led to nude photos of her reaching the internet. In an interview about her trip to Kenya and other impoverished areas of Africa with Oxfam, she answered David McKenzie’s question about how she handles the unwanted attention of being a celebrity. “Just because you’re in the spotlight, or just because you’re an actor or make films or whatever doesn’t mean you’re not entitled to your own personal privacy,” she said. “If that is sieged in some way, it feels unjust. It feels wrong.”

Johansson’s attorney acted promptly when nude photos appeared online on Sept. 14, contacting several sites and threatening legal action if the images were not removed. “It’s an adjustment, but there are certain instances where you give a lot of yourself and then finally you just have to kind of put your foot down and say, ‘No, wait, I’m taking it back,’” said Johansson. Watch the clip below: READ FULL STORY

Best Headline of the Day: 'Nicolas Cage awoken by naked man with Fudgesicle'

Okay. I’M SORRY Nicolas Cage was Trespass-ed against years ago and had to live through a real-life home invasion by a naked man who loved Fudgesicles. That sounds terrible and the part about the leather jacket is not helping, either. But since this Reuters story produced my favorite sentence on the Internet today…  READ FULL STORY

Paul Rudd talks about going nude for his movies like 'Our Idiot Brother'

It’s a real bummer that Our Idiot Brother opened in theaters on a weekend in which so many people — including most residents of New York City — couldn’t get to the movies on account of Hurricane Irene. The little-seen movie turned out to be a sweet family comedy that was funny, sincere, surprisingly moving, and one that, yet again, showcased Paul Rudd‘s talents. And this time around, some of his, well other assets, too.

For those who did get a chance to check out the movie, you’ll recall that there’s a moment in which Rudd’s dopey, but well-meaning, “idiot brother” Ned brings in some extra income by posing nude for a painting. The always-delightful Rudd sat down with Chelsea Handler for Tuesday night’s Chelsea Lately to talk about that particular scene and what it was like filming it within very close proximity to the boom mic operator. READ FULL STORY

'Magic Mike': Who -- and what -- do you need to see in Channing Tatum's stripper movie?

I was just talking to a friend who has yet to hear about Magic Mike, and it occurred to me that there might actually be people who aren’t counting the days until it hits theaters. I do not understand these people. It’s a movie based on Channing Tatum’s early days as a stripper, in which he’ll star as the titular mentor to a younger dancer played by I Am Four‘s Alex Pettyfer. The cast also includes Matthew McConaughey (who’ll play a former stripper who now owns the club, called Xquisite), White Collar‘s Matt Bomer (as another employee), and True Blood‘s Joe Manganiello (as a character named Big Dick Richie). How are you not excited about this? If it’s good, great. If it’s bad, it’s Showgirls, and I’m roadtesting a VIP DVD edition. What’s the male stripper equivalent of the ”Pin the Pasties on the Showgirl” game? I can’t wait to find out.

The film, directed by Steven Soderbergh, starts shooting next month, which, fingers crossed, means we still have time for more casting announcements. (And ladies don’t count!) READ FULL STORY

There will be a three-breasted mutant prostitute in the 'Total Recall' remake

The problem with modern action movies is not that they are stupider than vintage ’80s action movies, but rather, that they have become so bland, so milquetoast, so flavorless, the entire genre rendered insubstantial by the triple tidal wave of political correctness, the everybody-kinda-likes-vanilla method of winning over the global audience, and the brutal tyranny of the PG-13 rating. For truly, who among us doesn’t yearn for a more colorful time, when action heroes weren’t so emo, when the fate of the world wasn’t always at stake, and when a wild dude like Paul Verhoeven could introduce a three-breasted mutant prostitute into the hallowed history of cinema in the middle of Total Recall. But on that note, don’t despair, friends. Because today is a day for rejoicing: In a video interview with Collider, director Len Wiseman explicitly promises that there will be “a three-breasted woman” in his upcoming Total Recall remake, which will be PG-13. READ FULL STORY

Twitter fail: When celebrities think you care too much

As a journalist on the periphery of the outskirts of the periphery of the celebrity kingdom, I can tell you that famous people are better and smarter than us common folk. Their stories are better, their teeth are brighter, and their smell… delightful. So when I make the commitment to follow a bold-faced name on Twitter, I expect to be enlightened, entertained, or at least belittled in some way. For the most part, they don’t let me down. But occasionally, I’m left feeling empty.

Take, for example, Hugh Hefner. READ FULL STORY

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