All the Robin Williams Films You Need To Watch on Netflix Now


The Adventures Of Baron Munchausen (1989)

Robin Williams in 'The Adventures Of Baron Munchausen'

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Robin Williams’ King Of The Moon is just one of many colorful characters in The Adventures Of Baron Munchausen. The film follows a wealthy German claiming to have grand adventures as he goes up against the Ottoman Empire. Terry Gilliam‘s pre-CGI visuals make the fantasy flick come alive.

Popeye (1980)

One of Williams’ early films saw him take the lead as a spinach-loving sailor. Popeye may have not been a big hit with critics, but anyone who remembered cartoons featuring the seafarer had a soft spot for the flick.

Night At The Museum 2 (2009)
License To Wed (2007)
Night At The Museum (2006)
Jakob The Liar (1999)
What Dreams May Come (1998)
Patch Adams (1998)
Good Will Hunting (1997)
Jack (1996)
Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)
Aladdin (1992)
Awakenings (1990)
Dead Poets Society (1989)
Good Morning Vietnam (1987)
The World According To Garp (1982)

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Hennessy Has Your Cocktail For the Weekend, Jessica Simpson Considers a Bigger Booty + More in Today’s Last Lap



    Take a sip of Hennessy’s Ginger Apple cocktail while perusing the biggest celebrity news of the day.

  • Is Jessica Simpson going to be the next celeb to buy herself a big butt? [Radar Online]
  • Your first look at the new season of Girls has come via Lena Dunham‘s Instagram. Thank her later. [Vulture]
  • Tom Hardy accidentally photobombed a wedding party, but unfortunately his beautiful face was covered. [Uproxx]
  • Katie Holmes and cutie-pie Suri are now neighbors with Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian. [TMZ]
  • Get your TIVO ready. Great Britain has gifted us with another amazing television show—this time a couples therapy show where lovebirds get it on in a box. [Jezebel]
  • Comment below on this sneak peak of Brittany Murphy‘s Lifetime biopic, including an Ashton Kutcher appearance. [BuzzFeed]
  • Kevin Hart celebrated his new engagement at the strip club, wearing the most romantic T-shirt ever and partying alongside his ex. [TMZ]
  • Game of Thrones creator, George R.R. Martin seems a little too excited about his “flexibility for killing more people” in his upcoming book, A Song of Ice and Fire. [Complex]
  • And last but not least, get your Henny V.S on with the cocktail of the weekend—the unexpectedly delicious Ginger Apple. Here’s what you need and how to whip it up:

1.5 oz Hennessy V.S
.75 oz ginger liqueur
.5 oz lemon juice
2 oz apple cider or apple juice
1 dash angostura bitters
Apple spear and ginger spear

Shake all liquid except soda in a shaker tin with ice. Strain into a Collins glass with fresh ice.Top with soda and garnish with an apple and ginger spear.

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The Definitive Ranking of America’s Next Top Model Judges

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6. Kelly Cutrone, PR maven
Cycles 18-21


Kelly is a bit polarizing. Not many people like her dead face and all-black persona, but she’s always been who she is. How else did she go from The Hills to The City, to her own, delicious one-season series, Kell on Earth, to a judge on ANTM? The woman understands how the business works, and is quick to make necessary business decisions.

5. Paulina Porizkova, Legendary supermodel
Cycles 10-12


If there ever was one judge who wore her bitter heart on her sleeve, it was Paulina. A former Sports Illustrated cover model, Paulina replaced Twiggy and brought back the spice for her three cycles of judging.

4. Nigel Barker, Noted fashion photographer
Cycles 2-18


Noted fashion photographer Nigel Barker became one of the many faces associated with ANTM. His shaved head and dimpled chin gave fans something hunky to stare at in the midst of all that estrogen. He was dreamy, had an accent, and offered a perspective from behind the lens. He was good at what he did… if only he didn’t seem so horny on the show. (The man loved to compliment the girls it seemed like he really wanted to sleep with.)

3. Andre Leon Talley, The Andre Leon Talley
Cycles 10-12


When Andre joined the show in 2010, he added an element of pedigree to the judging panel thanks to his connection with Vogue. While at first he seemed like the obvious Pokemon evolution from Nole to Miss J, he proved that he was a judge not to be crossed. He channeled the best disdain of Michael Kors (Project Runway) and mixed it with his own fierce originality.

2. Janice Dickinson, One of the world’s first supermodels
Cycles 1-4


It’s hard to top Janice. The self-dubbed world’s first supermodel, she joined the series hell-bent on making her own. Tyra was having none of it (and sent her packing after Cycle 4), but while Janice was on the show, she made sure you knew it was just that: the Janice Show. Spewing barb after barb from her collagen-injected lips, she was ANTM’s version of Simon Cowell. But that’s why she was so enjoyable: Gurl knew how to make good TV.

1. J. Alexander, Runway diva coach extraordinaire
Cycles 5-13, 21


Miss J’s role on the series has evolved from runway coach, to guest judge, main judge, and former judge. When Tyra cleaned house at the end of Cycle 18, he, Nigel, and Jay Manuel were all sent packing, which was a major shame. On the panel, Miss J shined as an outlandish, flamboyant judge who had a style for every season whether it was ruffled collars, glittered name tags, or afros. He knew how to read and how to coach the girls — a rarity on the show. It’s no wonder Tyra brought him back for Cycle 21.


Gwyneth Paltrow Not Mad At Chris Martin + Jennifer Lawrence Hook Up, Donald Sterling Gets Outed + More of Today’s First Dibs



Gwyneth Paltrow thinks ex Chris Martin “could do worse” than Jennifer Lawrence, V. Stiviano claims she never had sex with former Clippers owner Donald Sterling because he’s gay, Pamela Anderson throws shade on ALS researchers, and more more celebrity news to jump-start your day.

  • Gwyneth is unfazed by reports that ex Chris Martin is cozying up to J.Law. [US Weekly]
  • Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson separated for a month, but are back together. [In Touch]
  • Check out a new, mature side of Shailene Woodley in the White Bird in a Blizzard trailer. [Mashable]
  • Jennifer Lawrence might appear in Quentin Tarantino‘s 2015 film The Hateful Eight. [Collider]
  • V. Stiviano is now saying that former L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling is gay, and she was simply his beard-mistress. [Gawker]
  • Don’t expect an Ice Bucket Challenge video from Pamela Anderson. The actress is speaking out against the ALS association for its animal
    testing. [Facebook]
  • Enjoy a Parks and Recreation season six gag reel. [Inside TV]
  • A foul ball finds its way into the hands of Chris Rock during a Yankees game, and he gives it away to a nearby fan. [Deadspin]
  • Johnny Depp and Kevin Smith will team up with their daughters for the upcoming film Yoga Hosers. [L.A. Times]
  • Aaron Paul is planning a pre-Emmy Awards Breaking Bad scavenger hunt. Yeah, bitch. [The Hollywood Reporter]

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Remember The Last Time Celebrities Couldn’t Stop Rocking Cornrows?

by (@kat_george)

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High fashion is going nuts for the cornrow right now, thanks to models Cara Delevingne, Chanel Iman, and many a Fall 2014 runway look. While we might have been missing the style in the recent years, celebrities are no strangers to cornrows. Adorning the heads of some of the worlds biggest stars — from Beyoncé to David Beckham — it was hard to avoid cornrows at dawn of the millennium. Christina Aguilera, Tyra Banks, and even fictional characters like FriendsMonica Geller were getting their hair twisted back in braids. Some were fixed with Bo Derek-style bead and shell flourishes, while others were styled into elaborate up-dos. Justin Timberlake even sported some to help establish himself as a “serious” artist with R&B tendencies during the later days of ‘N Sync.

So cornrows aren’t “back,” they never really left. Need proof? Here are the best cornrow moments dating back to the days when Cara D. was still in grade school.

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Chelsea Handler Wants To Distance Herself from the Kardashians, Julianne Hough Becomes a Judge + More in Today’s Last Lap

by (@TaylorFerber)

Chelsea Handler wants to distance herself from the Kardashians

The late-night host reveals why she’s leaving E!, Kevin Sorbo posts controversial comments about Ferguson, Julianne Hough takes on a new role on Dancing With the Stars, and more celebrity news.

  • Chelsea Handler reveals she’s leaving E! to distance herself from the network’s first family. [Naughty But Nice Rob]
  • Julianne Hough returns to her stomping grounds as the fourth judge on DWTS. [Naughty But Nice Rob]
  • Kevin Sorbo apologizes for calling those protesting the unrest in Ferguson “losers” and “animals.” [TMZ]
  • Carson Daly and his fiancé Siri Printer welcome baby number three. [E!]
  • As if he wasn’t perfect enough, Chris Pratt dressed as Star Lord to visit at children’s hospital. [Gawker]
  • We get a peak of the Brooklyn Nine-Nine season premiere. [SpoilerTV]
  • OK! shames Jessica Simpson for looking “unfeminine.” [Gossip Cop]
  • Did you know Paris Hilton auditioned for Anna Faris‘ role in Just Friends? [Cosmopolitan]
  • Even Scarlett Johansson gets ice cream pregnancy cravings. [Just Jared]
  • Check out the trailer for the season two finale of The Walking Dead: The Game. [@telltalegames]
  • End of an era: Jersey Shore‘s Sammi and Ronnie have broken up. Wait, they were dating this whole time? [People]
  • Billy Crystal will present a Robin Williams tribute at Monday night’s Emmy Awards. [The Wrap]

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The Greatest Simpsons Celebrity Cameos of the Past 25 Years

by (@kat_george)

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After 25 years of The Simpsons, you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who can’t recount at least one joke from the long-running animated series. From Homer’s “Doh” to Bart’s “eat my shorts,” it’s a show stuffed with more iconic moments than anything else. Some of the best, of course, are courtesy of celebrity cameos.

Whether it’s classic stars like Leonard Nimoy or newer sensations like LeBron James, The Simpsons only invites the best talent to join its hallowed ranks. It’s seen Tom Jones performing at gun point, Luke Perry as a sideshow act, Star Wars‘ own Mark Hamill being rescued by Homer himself, and Xena: Warrior Princess aka Lucy Lawless flying through the air. There’s serious actors being silly, talk show hosts like Conan O’Brien getting meta, and legendary musicians — yes, ‘N Sync counts — passing through the tiny town of Springfield. In celebration of The Simpsons‘ 25th anniversary, and FXX marathoning the entire series over the next 12 days, we’re taking a look at the greatest, most memorable celebrity cameos. Let us know your favorites, in the comments.

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Cara Delevingne in Talks for a Beach Boys Movie Musical, Chris Martin and Jennifer Lawrence Have a “Super-Romantic” Date + More of Today’s First Dibs

by (@TaylorFerber)


Cara Delevingne could soon be leaving the runway behind, Chris Martin and Jennifer Lawrence head to the vineyard for some romance, Daniel Radcliffe is more than content with his love life, and more celebrity news to jumpstart your day.

  • Model Cara Delevingne could soon be rocking out to The Beach Boys in the upcoming film All Summer Long. [Elle]
  • Chris Martin and Jennifer Lawrence’s fling may be getting serious. [E!]
  • Sorry, ladies. Daniel Radcliffe says he’s “very, very happy with someone.” [Cosmopolitan]
  • Robin Williams‘ body has been cremated and his ashes were scattered over the San Francisco Bay. [TMZ]
  • After three years of dating, Meg Ryan and John Mellencamp have split. [US Weekly]
  • Michelle Rodriguez is in an “unconditional state of mind” after her split with Zac Efron. What does that even mean? [Just Jared]
  • The first (real) American Horror Story: Freak Show teaser trailer is here. [YouTube]
  • Bill Murray‘s Rock the Kasbah, starring Bruce Willis, Kate Hudson, and Zooey Deschanel, will be released this spring. [Variety]
  • French Montana never said he was dating Khloe Kardashian to capitalize on her fame. [Perez Hilton]
  • Winona Ryder, Alfred Molinda, and The Walking Dead‘s Jon Bernthal join the HBO miniseries Show Me a Hero. [THR]
  • The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge got political when George W. Bush mocked President Obama, and then nominated Bill Clinton. Awkward. [Gossip Cop]

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Male Celebrities Who Look Hotter in Makeup Than Women

by (@shakeyourbeauty)

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Drag has taken over pop culture. Just look at Derek J. and Miss Lawrence’s lipstick-laced chitchats on Bravo’s Fashion Queens. Or the extravaganza that is Logo’s Rupaul’s Drag Race. But men dressing like ladies — rocking makeup, specifically — has been around since the dawn of man. As women, we’re cool with it, until the men start looking hotter than we do. No fair! 

Terry Richardson‘s portrait of James Franco (complete with powder blue eyeshadow and electric pink lips) was so glamorous, we seethed with envy. And what about Neil Patrick Harris, doused in glitter and gloss in Broadway’s Hedwig and the Angry Inch? So good. Excuse us while we race for Sephora’s club kid section.

From Jared Leto to Johnny Depp, check out our favorite male celebs who actually look prettier than women in makeup!

Leto’s Oscar-winning performance in Dallas Buyers Club was just one of the more memorable performances by a male actor in drag. Check out our favorite leading men as ladies, below.

Zac Efron and Michelle Rodriguez Call It Quits, Emma Stone Joins Broadway + More in Today’s Last Lap

by (@TaylorFerber)


Michelle Rodriguez may have broken Zac Efron‘s heart, Emma Stone gets her jazz hands ready, Lindsay Lohan is not making it rain, and more of today’s celebrity news.

  • After only two months, Zac Efron and Michelle Rodriguez throw in the towel. [US Weekly]
  • Emma Stone will make her Broadway debut as Sally Bowles in Cabaret this November. [Roundabout Theatre]
  • Lindsay Lohan’s credit card was declined at a Southampton nightclub. [Gossip Girl]
  • Gwyneth Paltrow gives her “conscious uncoupling” pitch to Beyoncé.  [Hollywood Life]
  • Despite a recent cover story, George Clooney and fiance Amal Alamuddin aren’t expecting. [Gossip Cop]

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  • Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner weighs in on the series finale. [Just Jared]
  • Get a peak of Tom Hardy and his massive beard in BBC’s crime drama Peaky Blinders. [Short List]
  • Melissa Joan Hart makes a departure from her Sabrina days with red hair. [Huffington Post]
  • Are Kate Gosselin and Steve Neild dating again? [THG]

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