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Emma Stone and the Cast of Birdman Know Their Underwear

Emma Stone, Edward Norton, and Zach Galifianakis star in the much buzzed about dark comedy Birdman, which also marks the return of its star Michael Keaton to the big screen. While the film deals with an aging star’s struggle with his career, ego, and personal life as he tries to mount a Broadway show, one of the most memorable scenes in the movie has Keaton running around Times Square with only his tighty whities to support him.

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Believe It or Not, Ed Norton’s Bare Butt Is Not the Sole Highlight of Birdman

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Birdman (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) is a black comedy which chronicles the story of Riggan Thomas (Michael Keaton), a washed up, former action star who attempts to cling to his relevance by making a comeback on Broadway. While many assume the story reflects Keaton’s real life as the man who once defended Gotham in the black Batman suit (in 1988 and 1992), you’d be surprised to know how the actor really feels about trading in one suit for another.

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Emma Stone’s Silliest, Most Oscar-Worthy Faces

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The highly anticipated film Birdman hits cinemas this week, with Emma Stone getting a lot of buzz for her performance. In honor of the role, we’re taking a look at the actress’ crazy face. Not crazy in the way that it looks — Emma is one foxy lady — but crazy because it seems to be made entirely of rubber. Seriously, some of her facial contortions give even the likes of Jim Carrey a run for their money. Read more…

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Get Jessica Alba’s Pink Moto Jacket and More in This Week’s Celebrity Shopping List

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This was a big week for fashion, kids! Searingly chic New York Fashion Week gave way to the funky-cool London version — plus, every actress worth their weight in Prada went hyper-glam for the Toronto Film Festival red carpet. From Emma Stone in a fringe-y, lacy black number (and a gorge new bob), to Olivia Palermo bringing back Western wear (fringe purses for the win!), every look was hotter than the next. Read more…

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Woody Allen’s Many On-Screen May-December Romances

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By Christopher Rosa

If you watched Woody Allen‘s latest film, Magic in the Moonlight over the weekend, you may have noticed something interesting about its romantic leads: Emma Stone and Colin Firth have a 28-year age difference between them. This example of a May-December romance is drastic but — surprise, surprise — not uncommon in Allen’s films.

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