I mean she looks terrified. Not just here, but all the time. Why is that? It’s like the face her grandma would make after hearing the lyrics to that new song “Swine.” Continue reading “Lady Gaga Rubs Against Joseph Gordon-Levitt For Retro, Christmas-Themed Body Heat”
It doesn’t matter if you care about lip syncing. In terms of musical fakery, this will make you like it the way Air Guitar Nation made you like a half-naked Asian dude with a front-facing Hello Kitty backpack.
JGL wins hands down with his adorably exact and theatrical dub of “Super Bass” by Nicki Minaj.
Scarlett Johansson is the JWoww to his gym-obsessed Situation. Soon after they begin dating, she catches him watching adult movies and he compares it to all the romantic comedies she’s always dragging him to.
Imagine 500 Days of Summer with porn, hoochie mama Scarlett instead of quirky Zooey Deschanel, and Gordon-Levitt singing “Good Vibrations” and shopping for hair gel instead of notepads.
Also, Tony Danza and Julianne Moore. Don Jon is scheduled to debut in theaters on October 18th, 2013.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt steps behind the camera, wisely keeps ScarJo in front of it. (Pajiba)
Brandi G’s son Mason gets ahold of LeAnn Rimes’ “candy” laxatives. (Us Weekly)
Dave Grohl hosts Chelsea Lately, talks Bieber and new documentary, Sound City. (Spin)
In Seventh Son, Julianne Moore and Jeff Bridges play witch and witch hunter. (USA Today)
Hugh why-wasn’t-he-in-Magic-Mike Jackman can’t stop giving lap dances. (Vulture)
Big baby basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal designs jewelry for Zales. (Grouchy Muffin)
Ultrasound reveals shocking truth: onion rings are about to abduct Shakira‘s baby! (Celebuzz)
“You know what my favorite superhero movie of the summer was? Magic Mike. I’m serious, my friend Channing Tatum was so good in that…” Continue reading “Joseph Gordon-Levitt Spoofs ‘Magic Mike’”
“Anything Could Happen” is off Goulding’s second highly anticipated album, Halcyon, and is technically the second single after “Hanging On,” which was probably not chosen as lead radio-friendly track because of Tinie Tempah’s song-ruining verse. Continue reading “Video: Ellie Goulding – “Anything Could Happen””
Even though I’m still mourning the loss of the adorable indie marriage between Zooey Deschanel and Ben Gibbard of Death Cab, there’s one thing that could make me feel better – the even more adorable pairing of Zooey and Joseph.
I’m certainly not the only who saw (500) Days Of Summer and wished it was a reality, besides the whole not getting together in the end thing. Damn that bitch Autumn.
These two actor-musicians are clearly spending time together, because they had time to record a mind-bogglingly cute cover of Nancy Wilson’s “What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve” in honor of the approaching Mayan apocalypse.
The opening scene of Hesher immediately has you asking questions, a kid on his bicycle, chasing a car that is being towed away. Is that a young Hesher? Why is he chasing the car? Is this movie even about what I think it is? Well, yes and no, it’s not about what you think, in fact the brilliance in Hesher lies in that it is not necessarily “about” anything. This is a reality, with a slight filter of misfortune or anguish. Why Hesher earned only limited release in the U.S. and a mere 55% rating on Rotten Tomatoes is beyond me. I instantly feel that this is a misunderstood movie, and want to jump to it’s defense much like Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s character does for T.J., the young boy in the film, a classic victim of bullying played by Devin Brochu. (In The Valley Of Elah, Rubber)