There’s porn (and sex tapes) to suit every kink and curiosity out there, especially if you happen to be a fan of erotic actors parodying your favorite TV show or movie (with a whole lot of boning thrown into the mix). From Duck Dynasty and Parks & Recreation, to classic faves like Stars Wars and The Brady Bunch – if it exists on television or film, there’s a porn version. But the best part is comparing the spoofs — and their stars — to their real-life counterparts. Some are straight-up ridiculous (just try to get through the very bizarre and NSFW clip from Edward Penishands without laughing) while others are actually humorous send-ups with some decent acting done by well-endowed lookalikes. Check out our definitive gallery of porn actors and the people they parody and see if you can you tell the original apart from their XXX counterpart.
“I’m in a glass case of emotion!” “I love [insert lamp equivalent].” Those are the two lines I wind up quoting from Anchorman on a regular basis. It is without a doubt one of the most quotable movies of all time (maybe Mean Girls and Pulp Fiction come close). Now that Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues is finally in theaters, we’re very curious to see whether it will have at least one “Milk was a bad choice.” In the meantime, VH1 News asked Will Ferrell and company what lines they love from the first movie, and which ones they never want to hear again.
Alright gang, it’s time to hop into your time machines and blast to the past. Our love for huge stars like James Franco, Mila Kunis and Leonardo DiCaprio have grown and grown over the years – and it’s no secret why. They have got a healthy dose of talent, and then some. But these guys weren’t always seasoned vets in the game of movie fame. They were young, nervous, hungry go-getters like the rest of us, just trying to leave a print in the world. And fortunately for them, they ended up leaving pretty big prints and continue to do so. Read more…
Justin Bieber caused a stir when news leaked that he was thinking about retiring from the business. After quite the 2013 (with peeing in buckets, hanging in brothels and spray painting buildings around the world) maybe it’s time for him to step back from the spotlight. But his label refuted the claims, saying he’s just going through a phase.
Last week Khloe Kardashian filed for the divorce and the split is expected to be a quick one. The reality star doesn’t have any kids with Lamar Odom and the two had a loophole-free pre-nup agreement. But that’s not stopping from the Kardashian from making her demands.
With a record-breaking $4.7 billion earned at the box office this summer alone, it’s fair to say that 2013 had some monster movies. But despite this, ’13 lived up to its unlucky namesake by dishing out more than it’s fair share of monster flops. Studios bet big on some blockbuster hopefuls that did nothing but bust their banks. Turkeys, duds, bombs; whatever you call them, they hit film maker’s hard this year!
Happy birthday, Jake Gyllenhaal! While Movember may be over, we’re taking the time to celebrate Jake’s follicular follies as we wonder if he’s going to rock a beard to mark the day of his birth. Hey, even with his sexy chiseled face, Jake is equally (if not more) hot with the scruff!
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are in their comfort zone when it comes to hosting award shows, Tom Hanks exposes Disneyland’s dirty side, and Paul Rudd lands a new role.
Which celeb was caught stripping down at a nightclub? Steve Carell opens up about a beloved quote, and we wonder which film villain be the evil queen of 2014.
I was 26 when my mom was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Immediately after her diagnosis — which was Stage 4 — my brother and I quit our jobs and moved back home to help our dad as caregivers. It was a nightmarish eight months and losing my mom is still something that I struggle with now, seven years later. I tell you this so you know my background when it comes to cancer. Because The Fault in Our Stars poster dropped today on Buzzfeed, and it is beautiful and perfect and all the tears — except for the tagline: “One Sick Love Story.” It’s not sitting well with some fans. At first it didn’t sit well with me (I made this face). Then I remembered what I loved most about the book; what I thought John Green nailed perfectly (of all the things he nailed so well): the gallows humor. Read more…