Adam Pally is emerging as one of the most consistently funny people on TV. He was brilliant as the venomously snarky and constantly unemployed Max on Happy Endings (R.I.P.) and is killing it as bro-doc Peter Prentice on The Mindy Project. He’s also a longtime friend, after we met doing improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in NYC back when people had to text on flip phones. That’s why I feel pretty comfortable asking him about his farts.
Corey Feldman sat down with VH1′s Kate Spencer for a candid interview in Los Angeles recently, where they discussed everything from fatherhood, his career, his friendship with Corey Haim and his passion for animals and vegetarianism. (Corey also did a live Very VH1 chat with his fans and discussed his films, his time on the Surreal Life and his feud with Vice.) Say what you will about his storied and tumultuous past, the dude is talented, and his new memoir Coreyography is a very compelling read.
Matthew McConaughey may be one of the most famous actors in the world, but he’s also one of the most underrated. He shifts seamlessly from rom-coms to action, while cultivating a bunch of solid indie work and supporting roles on the side. He’s still best known for his cool, cocky grin, Texas swagger and off-screen antics (naked bongo drum party, anyone?), though that’s slowly been changing in recent years with memorable turns in Killer Joe, Magic Mike and Mud.
Finally, the real game-changer is here. McConaughey’s work as an HIV positive man supplying drugs for fellow patients in Dallas Buyer’s Club is undeniably excellent, and we’re sure to see him on awards show short lists in coming months. Obviously this is a great time to brush up on McConaughey’s most memorable roles, and we’ve got a perfect list of his finest films for you to review. Some are excellent, some are terrible, and some are recommended to VH1 by the actor himself. Behold, the 20 Most Essential Matthew McConaughey Movies to watch RIGHT NOW. (In reverse chronological order, because we’re anal like that.)
If you don’t follow Rob Delaney on twitter well, then what are you doing on twitter? The comedian has made a name for himself being hilarious on the social media platform, and now he has a book out to prove that he can be just as funny when working with more than 140 characters. He’ll be chatting with us tomorrow on Very Vh1 and we can’t wait to pick his brain. Join us, won’t you?
If you haven’t participated in one of our live video chats before, it’s simple: Come to this page on Wednesday at 2PM EST, and if you want to chat with fellow fans AND ask Rob questions yourself, just click on those talk balloons and sign in. You can even join us on video to ask a question. Technology!
Rob’s book Mother. Wife. Sister. Human. Warrior. Falcon. Yardstick. Turban. Cabbage. is out November 5.
In a world filled with Manic Pixie Dream Girls it seems only natural that their male counterpart should arise. Behold: The Awkdorable Slacker Dude – a character whose roots can be traced back to the ’80s but is now a popular fixture on sitcoms, with Nick Miller of New Girl leading the slovenly pack. You know the guy we’re talking about: He’s lovable and cute, despite that untucked flannel and extra five pounds he’s carrying. He’s quippy, awkward and complains like a grandfather, spends more time talking up his creative pursuits than actually committing to them and works at – or frequents – a bar or coffee shop. ASDs are infuriating and yet somehow women find them irresistible (most of the time). Here are ten of our faves.
Are you ready to fangirl with us? Bestselling author Veronica Roth will be joining us for our Very VH1 spreecast this Thursday at 8:30PM/7:30C, to discuss her new book Allegiant, the upcoming Divergent movie and to answer your questions! We’re huge fans of the Divergent series around here and we could not be more excited. *deep breaths*
If you haven’t participated in one of our live video chats before, it’s simple: Come to this page on Thursday at 8:30PM EST, and if you want to chat with fellow fans AND ask Veronica questions yourself, just click on those talk balloons and sign in. If you’re feeling Dauntless you can even join us on video to ask a question. And just a heads up – while we will be discussing all things Allegiant, we’re going to try to keep the spoilers to a minimum out of respect for those who may not have yet finished the book.
Remember: Allegiant is out tomorrow, so grab a copy, binge read it, and join us here on Thursday to chat live with Veronica!
Diablo Cody‘s new film Paradise opens in theaters today, and it tells the story of a sheltered, religious young woman named Lamb (expertly played b y Julianne Hough) who survives a plane crash and decides that not only does God not exist, but she must shed her naivety in the most morally corrupt place on earth: Las Vegas. Of course she finds friends, adventure and a tattoo parlor along the way, all while exploring what it means to reinvent oneself through sex, drugs, booze and a little bit of porn. It’s an all to familiar tale that played out recently in the public eye, when Miley Cyrus dumped her kid star persona for…you know.
We asked Diablo what she thought of people who go through a transformation like Lamb’s, but in the public eye. Check out her answer – and her thoughts on Miley’s very public twerk-formation above.
You may not know the name Ansel Elgort yet (and oh, what a name it is!), but by the end of 2014 he’s guaranteed to have household recognition. Yes, even your clueless dad will soon be referring to “that Ansel fellow.” The 19-year-old actor’s first film, Carrie, is out today, and he’s got two much-anticipated projects dropping next year: Divergent and The Fault in our Stars. Fans are already obsessed with him even though he’s barely been onscreen. And we totally get it; his presence in Carrie is undeniable. America, get ready to meet your next big thing.
Here are five reasons you need to be paying attention to Ansel Elgort right now.
“Dane DeHaan is going to win an Oscar someday,” is a thing people keep saying to us over and over again. If you’ve seen any of his recent work it’s impossible to disagree: the dude is GOOD. His new movie Kill Your Darlings is a tragic tale of love and murder connected to the Beats’ quest for a “new vision” of literary pioneers. When we asked Dane and KYD costar Michael C. Hall who they saw as the new vision of actors, Michael pointed right at Dane. BOOM. As if that wasn’t enough here are five more reasons you should be obsessed with the guy.
We’re huge fans of Gayle Foreman‘s books around here and were thrilled when Chloe Moretz was announced as the lead in If I Stay, Foreman’s gut-wrenching tale about a Mia, a gifted cellist and high school student who’s involved in a tragic car accident. (We’d say more, but spoilers, ya know?) Fans of the book will be pleased to know that production is moving right along for the film.
“We just got our final draft of the script and I’m very happy with it,” Chloe tells VH1. Oh yeah, and she’s also doing a lot of this: