Well… sort of.
Watch the brand new trailer for their upcoming film The Break-Up here.
It just dawned on me; maybe that’s what these Hollywood couples need to do. Make movies about breaking up. Every time a real life couple makes a movie about falling in love, either the movie is awful (Madonna & Guy Richie in Swept Away) or the relationship falls apart (Tom Cruise & Nicole Kidman in Eyes Wide Shut.) Maybe if these actors act like they don’t like one another on-screen it’ll force them to act like they do like each other even more off-screen.
God I’m smart. I’m off to Hollywood to be a therapist to the stars right now.
Ricky Gervais is of course a genius. And his podcasts are amazing. But what we really love is his laugh. So we put together a few clips from episode 11 that cracked us (and more important Gervais) up.
Give it a listen. (Audio only, of course!)
In today’s edition, Tony goes urban climbing and makes some very Danza-esque noises.
There are directions for making your own Yoda doll at Star Wars Kids. It’s really simple. Here’s what you’ll need:
- Green, Brown, Gray and Red Felt Squares
- Straight pins
- Needle and green and brown thread
- Googley eyes
- Black embroidery thread or yarn
- Pillow stuffing or tissues
- The Force
Do or do not. There is no try. -Yoda
(Thanks to Boing Boing.)
George Clooney, Joaquin Phoenix, Frances McDormand, and Jennifer Aniston are reportedly going to drive low-emission hybrids to the Oscars this year. This is the fourth year of "Red Carpet, Green Cars," which is sponsored by the non-profit environmental organization Global Green USA. The "Green" is not what you think. It’s people!
This morning on the Today Show, intrepid reporters Matt Lauer and Al Roker decided the best way to cover the Winter Olympics was to mount each other. Check out the footage of their luge love affair here and tune in to Best Week Ever on Friday at 11 for more on this and other hot n’ bothered moments from the past week.
[delete by youtube...f'in f those guys]
Hot Tip: This clip is even funnier when you close your eyes and listen to it.
Goldenfiddle posted these pictures of Lindsay Lohan dressed as various movie icons featured in an upcoming issue of Premiere Magazine. You may also remember Lohan on the cover of Entertainment Weekly last year imitating the likes of Brigitte Bardot.
Are these subliminal messages orchestrated by team Lohan to make us forget about her unmemorable films thus far? It is odd that she’s reached megawatt status with only Herbie Fully Loaded and a smattering of teen dramas to her name. Then again, she was brilliant in La Dolce Vita and I cried my eyes out when she said goodbye to Bogie and hopped a plane out of Casablanca.