Whether it’s a nude, a screen grab of your ex’s wedding, or the dread under-chin, anyone with Instagram on their phone is truly one thumb slip away from humiliation at any moment. A fact Chris Evans unfortunately discovered this weekend, after the actor inadvertently revealing more to the entire world than he would have liked. According to the New York Post, Evans posted a video to Instagram this weekend featuring a mild-mannered game of Head’s Up. However, in doing so, he inadvertently revealed his camera roll, which contained both a photo of a penis and a meme featuring Evans’ face and the command: “Guard. That. Pussy.” … [Read more...] about Mark Ruffalo Reassures Chris Evans After He Accidentally Posts a Dick Pic to Instagram
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Tomorrow morning we’ll finally learn which films and performances will be nominated for an Oscar, and this unusually fluid season deserve kudos for keeping us guessing right up until the very end. Instead of culling the field down to a predictable crop of strong contenders, nearly every guild or major awards body has added more movies and surprises and potential dark horses to the conversation, and this is the least confident I’ve been about my ultimate predictions in quite some time. Below, I’ve made my final picks in the six biggest categories. I’ll be satisfied if I get most of these right, but I’ll be just as tickled if the season keeps on surprising me. … [Read more...] about Vulture’s Last, Best Guess at This Year’s Oscar Nominations
Few directors have shaped more millennial childhoods than Mark Waters, who had a legendary three-year stretch when he directed Freaky Friday in 2003, Mean Girls in 2004, and Just Like Heaven in 2005 (you may scoff at the inclusion of that last one in this line-up but it was must-see Ruffalo content for any 13 Going on 30 fan at the time). It’s someLast Dance–level influence and impact. So when Variety reported that Hype House member and TikTok star Addison Rae (full name Addison Rae Easterling) had been cast in a remake of She’s All That, gender-swapped to be called He’s All That, and that it would be directed by Waters, we knew that the original 1999 source material was in good hands. The original Freddie Prinze Jr./Rachel Leigh Cook teen rom-com is a classic of the “what if a nerdy girl took off her glasses and was hot?” genre, but Addison Rae won’t be playing the nerd who undergoes a transformation. Because it’s gender-swapped, Addison … [Read more...] about Is Getting a Remake. And a Gender Swap. And a TikTok Star.
Fergie marked her husband Josh Duhamel's first birthday as a father on Thursday by sharing a cute new photograph of their baby son Axl."HAPPY BIRTHDAY DADDY!!!!" wrote the Black Eyed Peas singer alongside the photo on Twitter, which was promptly retweeted by proud dad Josh. Baby Axl, who is just 10-weeks-old, was clearly excited by his dad's 41st birthday celebrations and is seen beaming at the camera. First-time parent Josh recently spoke about how and he and Fergie, 38, have fallen in love with their 'little man'. "First of all, we're obsessed with him," Josh told E!. "We can't stop staring at him. He's our little man, we made him together." "I think there's something you can't really describe until you go through it," he added. "I think any parents out there would understand that. It's just an incredible time for both of us." Fergie and Josh, who have been together since 2004 and married in 2009, have shared several pictures … [Read more...] about Fergie shares new photo of son Axl on Twitter and Instagram
The typical stoner film is chock-full of drug use of all kinds (primarily pot), pop culture references, cartoonishly-evil cops, naked women, gross-out humor, and completely-toasted characters with silly names like Smokey, Trip, and Cheech. They’re pure fantasy for potheads, who can lie down and relax while watching the film’s hero do everything they’re too wasted to do: eat amazing food, sleep with beautiful women, all the while having fun with their friends and avoiding the authorities. While some pot films, like Dazed and Confused and Pineapple Express, have emerged as polished and coherent efforts that are pleasing to stoners and non-stoners alike, most other marijuana-heavy comedies are scraggly, unfocused yarns that by the end are just limping toward that 90 minute mark, oftentimes not even having enough story to fill that scant runtime. Many stoner films perform better on home video than in theatrical release, as their target demographic is rather hard to tear … [Read more...] about A Definitive Guide to Stoner Comedies