Conan O’Brien hosted the 2014 MTV Movie Awards last night. The great ginger brought his trademark wit, 50 very special celebrity cameos, and a shout out to Big Morning Buzz Live‘s Nick Lachey to the show. Our guy, Nick Lachey got to sit down with Conan this morning (YES, IT WAS THIS MORNING) on Big Morning Buzz Live to discuss the show and to get the inside scoop on whether or not Nick Lachey is the greatest Nick of all.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier debuts in American cinemas today and is about to reset the Marvel universe in surprising and thrilling ways. So, naturally, the poster focused on the most important part of the movie: Captain America’s butt.
Darren Aronofsky‘s Noah debuted in theaters this weekend and we have to say that we were pleasantly surprised by how hot all the Biblical characters were. Look, the Bible says nothing about Noah looking like Russell Crowe or his wife having the porcelain complexion of Jennifer Connelly or that his sons were super hot or that Emma Watson was even there. We’re totally fine with all the liberties that Hollywood took with the age old Biblical tale. In fact, we have some Bible stories we’d like Hollywood to tackle next.
This weekend’s car chase thriller, Need for Speed, features Aaron Paul in his first leading role post-Breaking Bad, a bevy of crazy awesome car chases and one smoking hot chick driving a hot rod. We’re talking of course about Imogen Poots and after this weekend, the British beauty is joining the ranks of Megan Fox, Amber Heard and more hot girls who burned up the cinema screen in muscle cars.
The one thing you need to know about covering red carpets is this: It is every bit as glamorous as it looks and also it is not glamorous at all. It’s a weird biz, honestly: one that finds you peeing in a port-o-pottie in a ball gown minutes before interviewing Benedict Cumberbatch. One second you’re yukking it up with a walking cover of Vanity Fair magazine, and the next your shoving Kind bars into your mouth on a bus back to a parking garage. Not that I am complaining – I am well aware that my job entails standing still in reasonably warm weather with an electric stick in my hand as beautiful humans talk to me. I am very, very grateful for this and I love every second of it. (Almost as much as I love Kind bars.) But it’s a shame we never get to see the unpolished behind-the-scenes side of red carpets, because it’s equally as weird and fun as the carpets themselves.
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The 2014 Oscars happened two days ago and we’re already over them. Who cares if American Hustle was shut out or if Leonardo DiCaprio deserved to win Best Actor over Matthew McConaughey? All we want to know is which films and which of our favorite actors are going to be in the running for an Oscar next year. Believe it or not, stars like Meryl Streep, Emma Stone and Benedict Cumberbatch are already in the 2015 Oscar race. Read more…
Scarlett Johansson is expecting a baby! The actress and her fiance, Romain Dauriac, announced that they’re going to be proud parents. And with that amazing news, we can’t help but take a look back at the, ahem, assets, that made us fall in love with Scarlett in the first place.
Back when ScarJo turned 29, we knew we had the mark the day in a very unique way. Come on, she’s accomplished a lot in less than three decades. With that said, we took a poll in our office and discovered that even though ScarJo has so much to offer, the first image that came to our minds when we heard her name was, well … boobs. And after celebrating that Very Booby Birthday, we can’t help but think about how her mammary glands will finally be put their intended use. Plus, they’ll be getting even bigger!
The 86th Academy Awards marked a historic night for black filmmakers at the Oscars. It’s the first time a black film – 12 Years a Slave — won best picture; the Academy’s most prestigious award.
Harold Ramis passed away today at the age of 69. The actor, director and writer had an immeasurable impact on modern comedy, but he was perhaps best known to audiences as Dr. Egon Spengler in Ghostbusters. In addition to being a well-known comedian, Ramis influenced comedy behind-the-scenes. He was the director of now legendary comedies like Caddyshack and Groundhog Day and wrote the scripts for films such as Ghostbusters and Meatballs. Contemporary comedy heavyweights such as Judd Apatow have cited him as a major comedy influence and Ramis even appeared in a cameo as Seth Rogen‘s father in Knocked Up.