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Denzel Washington Is ‘Very Funny,’ Says Wife Pauletta


By Lauren Thompson

Denzel Washington is known for his intense, emotional, Academy Award winning roles in films like Glory, and Training Day and last year’s nominated Flight. But in this weekend’s 2 Guns, you might be surprised to see him cracking jokes opposite Mark Wahlberg. Does he have a comedic talent that’s been untapped until now? VH1 asked him what he thought about audience reaction to his funny side at last night’s red carpet for the movie.
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Aaron Taylor-Johnson Thinks To Be Part Of The Avengers “Is Awesome”

Aaron Taylor-Johnson is already a superhero in Kick-Ass 2, but will he become an Avenger? We got a chance to ask him about all those pesky rumors that he’s going to play Quicksilver in Avengers 2 and it sounds like it might be happening. 

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The 25 Most Awesomely Bad Examples Of Facial Hair In Movie History

25 Worst Facial Hair in Movie History

Porn ‘staches, grizzly beards, muttonchops and peach fuzz…there’s a lot that can go wrong when you’re talkin’ about facial hair. Thankfully razors help most of us guys avoid those traps. But some film roles force actors to let some truly tragic facial fungi run rampant across their famous mugs!

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Meet Rila Fukushima: The Model Who Would Be Robin To Wolverine’s Batman

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Rila Fukushima remembers the day she crossed over from full-time model into the acting world. It was her final audition with Hugh Jackman, after years of pursuing the part of Yukio in The Wolverine, but something big was in her way: “The Gay Pride Parade was happening on Fifth Avenue, and I needed to cross to get to the audition place. There were so many people!” Fukushima recalled when VH1 asked her how she got her start.
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The To Do List Talking Points: 10 Essential Facts

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In case you missed the memo (called Sex and the City), we ladies like our sex comedies as raunch as the next guy. And The To Do List, this weekend’s entry into the “losing it” subgenre of sex comedies, is just the kind of raunch we love most — not too graphic or demeaning, just enough to make you not want to watch next to your parents. If, like the movie’s control freak valedictorian Brandy Klark (Aubrey Plaza), you don’t want to enter the theater without doing your homework first, read on for the 10 essential things you should know about this weekend’s new release:

1. You don’t have to have gone to school in the ’90s to enjoy it, but it’s like 100 times funnier if you can sympathize with the characters’ terrible taste in music, hideous prints, worship of Eddie Vedder and Hillary Clinton, and complete lack of cell phones or Google. Picture this, kids: instead of Tumblr, you would decorate your wall and your Trapper Keeper with your favorite magazine articles and spreads.
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by (@shalapitcher)

Kate Beckinsale Does Not Age: 40 Pictures Proving It On Her 40th Birthday

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So, maybe I’m the only one here who wore out my VHS tape of Much Ado About Nothing as a kid. In the Kenneth Branagh Shakespeare adaptation, the world first met fresh-faced English rose Kate Beckinsale, who played Hero opposite Robert Sean Leonard. Twenty years later, we’re looking at photos of the actress and cannot believe that she’s turning 40 today. Maybe that vampire gig in the Underworld movies was more than an act. Or maybe she’s had a little help. See for yourself.

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Vampire Academy Exclusive: Sneak Peek From The Set Of The Next Big Vampire Flick

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I’ve been obsessed with Richelle Mead‘s Vampire Academy novels since my early search for something to fill the Twilight-shaped hole in my reading heart. It’s the story of two BFFs — half-vampire badass bodyguard in training Rose and vampire princess Lissa — who share a telepathic link that becomes both a blessing and a curse in their dangerous lives attending St. Vladimir’s boarding school. For some of us felt like a long wait since then for the movie to come together, but the shoot just wrapped in London last week, and Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters is set to come out February 14, 2014. To whet our appetite, Mead sent us this exclusive photo from the set. Let’s take a closer look.
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Mortal Instruments Star Godfrey Gao Does An Adorable Lily Collins Voice

It’s hard to imagine beautiful people being shy and nervous about anything, but The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones is Taiwanese-Canadian model Godfrey Gao‘s first ever acting gig in English — and he has the pressure of playing one of your most beloved supernatural characters of 2012, warlock Magnus Bane. When VH1 caught up with him at Comic-Con this weekend, he told us how his castmates put him at ease.
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Veronica Mars‘ Jason Dohring Hints At Logan’s Troubles In Movie


One of the best things about the Veronica Mars movie panel at Comic-Con was getting to witness how much the cast still loves each other. When VH1 stopped by their afterparty hosted by the Samsung Galaxy Experience on Friday night, we saw even more.

“All I want to say is, this is a great guy,” Jason Dohring (Logan) told us, as he embraced Percy Daggs III (Wallace). “I’m so happy to be working with you again.”

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“Some of my most enjoyable episodes were the two episodes where we just shot together the whole time,” Daggs agreed. “He’s a fun guy to work with.”
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Divergent Star, Author Didn’t Realize You’d Love Them


“I wrote the first draft in my rubber ducky pajamas in my parents’ house, which is where I lived,” Veronica Roth says of her best-selling book Divergent‘s adorably humble beginnings. She can be forgiven for never imagining that the first look at footage of its film adaptation would be one of the hottest tickets at San Diego Comic-Con. On Thursday, Hall H attendees were treated to glimpses of Four, Tris and the other characters in a dystopian version of what was once Chicago.

In this mecca of fandom, we asked Roth and the movie’s stars, Shailene Woodley and Theo James, to tell us about the first time they realized they even had fans.
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