Mila Kunis was a good sport - Will Smith probably would've slapped the BBC reporter who asked questions like: 'Have you ever dropped trou" at a wedding?

Russell Crowe's career survived the phone incident and the Meg Ryan incident before that - can he survive the UFO incident?

Mississippi this month officially ratified the 13th Amendment, which outlaws slavery. Thank Steven Spielberg's Lincoln for that.

Categories: Movie News, Weirdness

Watch Saturday Night Live's Quentin Tarantino parody starring Christoph Waltz as a revenge-seeking Jesus.

Since Christopher Nolan has become the object of such adoration and with anticipation of The Dark Knight Rises reaching near preposterous levels, the lightheartedness of this parody poster that I saw on Twitch brought a smile to my face. Share: Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Share via MySpace share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Share on technorati Tumblr it Subscribe to [...]

It was only a matter of time before photos and videos of Channing Tatum’s early strip act found their way onto the Internet. I happened upon these by chance on the Hollywood Reporter website. That’s Tatum in the grass skirt in the beginning of the video that I’ve posted after the jump. He’s to the right of your screen. Um, is it just me or is his dancing less impressive [...]

Woody Allen’s latest movie, To Rome with Love, opened this weekend in limited release to good reviews and strong business (it averaged $75,000 per screen on five screens for an estimated three-day total of $380,000), but the folks at Funny or Die apparently aren’t big fans of Allen’s recent work. They satirize Allen’s recent outpouring of Europe-based comedies in the faux trailer that I’ve posted after the jump. Share: Blog [...]

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