Ranking Every Nicholas Sparks Movie Couple, from Pathetic to Passionate

by (@TaylorFerber)

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While we’ve pretty much established all Nicholas Sparks films are the same, the one factor that truly sets them apart is the chemistry between the lead actors. Sure, we could watch attractive people kissing in the rain, hair blowing in the wind during a slow embrace on the sandy shores of North Carolina all day, but if the passion isn’t there, we ain’t buying it. Read more…

Drastic Celebrity Transformations That Will Make Your Head Spin

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Stars: They’re just like you and me. They go to the beach, they order pizza on Fridays, and — you know — get 10 plastic surgery procedures in one day. OK, maybe that last one isn’t so relatable, but it’s definitely worth talking about.

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A Look at Scott Eastwood’s Furiously Sexy Shirtless Instagram Account

by (@sllambe)

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If there’s one sexy offspring of a famous actor turned prolific director, it’s Scott Eastwood, son of Clint Eastwood. The budding actor first sparked a frenzy when he was photographed shirtless for Town & Country magazine in September of last year. Since then, everyone’s been paying attention to Eastwood’s sculpted abs and pecs as he started making more media appearances, picking up new movie roles, and enjoying life in the sun on Instagram.

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Emma Stone and the Cast of Birdman Know Their Underwear

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Emma Stone, Edward Norton, and Zach Galifianakis star in the much buzzed about dark comedy Birdman, which also marks the return of its star Michael Keaton to the big screen. While the film deals with an aging star’s struggle with his career, ego, and personal life as he tries to mount a Broadway show, one of the most memorable scenes in the movie has Keaton running around Times Square with only his tighty whities to support him.

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Believe It or Not, Ed Norton’s Bare Butt Is Not the Sole Highlight of Birdman

by (@TaylorFerber)

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Birdman (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) is a black comedy which chronicles the story of Riggan Thomas (Michael Keaton), a washed up, former action star who attempts to cling to his relevance by making a comeback on Broadway. While many assume the story reflects Keaton’s real life as the man who once defended Gotham in the black Batman suit (in 1988 and 1992), you’d be surprised to know how the actor really feels about trading in one suit for another.

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