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Boys will be boys. Or so they say.
Boys can be girls too, especially if they drop by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The late night talk show's recurring sketch "Ew!" returned on Tuesday night with special guest appearances from Neighbors stars Seth Rogen and Zac Efron.
Jimmy Fallon hosted the sketch and his homely appearance as a teenage girl once again reminded viewers why it's called "Ew!" But just a few moments later, Rogen stepped in to turn the yuck factor up several notches. "Peach fuzz" doesn't even begin to describe the scruff that lived on the face of Seth, who obviously didn't bother to shave for the sketch. And let's not get into the hairy monstrosity that was his chest. His sparsely matted cleavage was truly something to behold, but for all the wrong reasons.
What about his co-star, Zac Efron? He's a decently pretty guy; surely he could pass off as a girl. From the neck up, he certainly could be a comely teenage lass with a really, really strong jawline. However, girlfriend's been working out! Efron's chiseled biceps were just bulging out his flowery dress.
As any trio of teenage girls would do, Jimmy, Seth, and Zac took a selfie with Seth throwing in a "duck face" for good measure. Afterwards, the three of them cut a rug to Lil Jon's "Turn Down for What" right before receiving texts from James Franco. Ew!!
Check out the full clip right here:
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Cover your children's ears if you don't want them to start using profanity!
On last night's Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Hollywood legends Sally Field and Julia Roberts faced off in the first ever "Celebrity Curse-Off." Basically a game of "HORSE" with curse words, the late night segment had each actress taking a turn to rattle off any piece of profanity that came to mind.
Check out the video right here (it's surprisingly SFW):
To recap: After a bit of confusing banter about the rules, the "Celebrity Curse-Off" started off not-so-innocently enough with a couple of basic curse words. However, Field dropped a big bomb with a particularly volatile choice (the C-word). That left Roberts flustered and giggling like a little kindergartener... one familiar with such profanity. Field kept the pressure up, while Roberts faltered to schoolyard staples like "butthole" and sexual euphemisms such as "tea bagging" and "rusty trombone."
So in the first "Celebrity Curse-Off," the Flying Nun took out the Pretty Woman. So what was Sally Field's reward? Appropriately enough, a gigantic bar of soap to clean that potty mouth of hers!
Who do you think should be in the next "Celebrity Curse-Off?" Share your suggestions in the comments below. And please, keep it clean!
Actor Aaron Eckhart is set to play University of Texas football coach Darrell Royal in a film about his bond with tragic player Freddie Steinmark. The Dark Knight actor will star opposite Finn Wittrock in My All American.
Steinmark's career was cut short in 1969 after doctors discovered he had a cancerous tumor in his leg and it needed to be to be amputated.
The film will centre on Royal's 20-year tenure, in which he never lost a season.
Angelo Pizzo, the writer/producer of cult sports films Hoosiers and Rudy, will make his directorial debut on the movie, which is slated to begin production in Austin, Texas next month (Jun14).
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After John Turturro has finishes selling sex, he'll be back on the right side of the law. The actor is set to take over the lead role in the upcoming HBO miniseries Criminal Justice, which was originally developed as James Gandolfini’s passion project. The show, which is based on an acclaimed BBC series, will see Turturro play a high-powered New York lawyer who defends as Pakistani man accused of murdering a girl he remembers partying with on the Upper East Side, but can’t seem to recall whether or not he killed her. Robert De Niro was previously attached to the role, but had to step down amid scheduling conflicts.
Turturro’s move to television makes him one in a long line of Coen Brothers regulars who have recently made the jump to the small screen, including Steve Buscemi, whose show Boardwalk Empire is entering its final season, and Frances McDormand, who will play the title role in the upcoming mini series Olive Kittridge. Even their flick Fargo has moved over to television, and the FX series has been receiving rave reviews. Seeing all of these Coen-ites together on television got us thinking about some of Turturro's other collaborators, and the way they've influenced his career.
In honor of Turturro taking over Criminal Justice, we've ranked all of his frequent filmmaking partners based on the quantity and quality of their output, as well as their overall Turturro-ness - that elusive factor that determines how important these films are in understanding and appreciating Turturro's career.
MICHAEL BAY'S JOHN TURTURRO
Number of Films: 3Best Role: Agent Simmons, specifically the one that appeared in the first Transformers film. That was the best one. Worst Role: None. That series needed Simmons more than he needed it. General Consensus: We're assuming that there are some people who looked into Turturro's other films thanks to his performance in the Transformers franchise, so at least some good came from it. Overall Turturro-ness: Low. Just go watch The Big Lebowski again instead.
MARTIN SCORSESE'S JOHN TURTURRO
Number of Films Directed by Scorsese: 2 Number of Films Co-Starring Scorsese: 2 Best Role: Julian in The Color of Money. Mostly because Raging Bull doesn't count. Worst Role: Raging Bull, where Turturro was only an extra. General Consensus: While Turturro isn't a Scorsese regular, the films they have made together are very good. Hopefully they'll work together again soon, becuase Turturro and DiCaprio would make a hell of a team. Overall Turturro-ness: Low. The movies are definitely worth seeing, but they're not vital to the Turturro experience.
HAPPY MADISON'S JOHN TURTURRO
Number of Films: 3Best Role: Emilio Lopez in Mr. Deeds, which Turturro has said was the most fun he had in a Happy Madison film. Worst Role: Phantom in You Don't Mess With the Zohan. It's best for everyone if we just continue to pretend this movie never happened. General Consensus: Turturro is generally the best part of whatever Happy Madison film he appears in, and he seems to have a lot of fun with Sandler, but these movies are... well, they're just not that good. Overall Turturro-ness: Middling. They're well known roles, but they're not well-regarded.
WOODY ALLEN'S JOHN TURTURRO
Number of Films Directed by Allen: 1Number of Films Co-Starring Allen: 2 Best Role: Writer in Hannah and Her Sisters, which wins by default, since it's the only true "Woody Allen film" in Turturro's resume. Worst Role: Crocker Johnson in Company Man, which would have really benefitted from that cut Bill Murray cameo. General Consensus: One one hand, his collaborations with Allen have yet to produce a truly iconic Turturro role, but on the other hand, it's not You Don't Mess With The Zohan. Overall Turturro-ness: Middling, thanks to a boost from Fading Gigolo.
SPIKE LEE'S JOHN TURTURRO
Number of Films: 9Best Role: Pino in Do the Right Thing. In addition to being an iconic film, it's also the role that kicked off a long-time partnership between Lee and Turturro. Worst Role: Don Angelo Bonasera in She Hate Me, the weakest film that the pair have made together. General Consensus: Turturro and Lee have been working together for over 20 years, and their partnership has produced some truly wonderful films, and it's one that should be celebrated a lot more often. Overall Turturro-ness: High. These films have produced some of Turturro's most iconic roles.
THE COEN BROTHERS' JOHN TURTURRO
Number of Films: 4 Best Role: Barton Fink in Barton Fink. It's quintessential Turturro. Worst Role: None. Turturro's four films with the Coen Brothers are some of the best they've made. General Consensus: He's an incredibly vital part of the Coens' cast of actors, and together, they brought the world Jesus Quintana. Clearly, this is a partnership for the ages. Overall Turturro-ness: Sky high. Because after reading this list, you definitely want to watch one of their movies again, don't you? Be honest.
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Arnold Schwarzenegger certainly showed off his acting chops when he recited some of his most famous catchphrases during Monday night's taping of The Tonight Show.
The former Californian governator and Jimmy Fallon cooked up a fresh batch of hilarity when they put together a skit that satirized the popular home shopping network, QVC.
In an in-"faux"-mercial titled "Now We're Cookin' with Zach Striker," Fallon starred as the blonde wigged host with a spotty Australian accent and Schwarzenneger beside him as his celebrity guest foodie. Although Fallon wanted to advertise a magnificent multi-purpose blender first, Schwarzenegger was more interested in learning about another product, the plain ol' Slap Chop.
As Fallon kept pressing on about the blender, Schwarzenneger became more incensed and kept yelling, "Get to da choppah!!!" – a throwback to his iconic line from the his 1987 movie Predator. Impatience got the best of the aging action star and he eventually flipped over the table before promising, "I'll be back!"
Check out the video of the skit below:
Stars including Adele, Katy Perry, Ed Sheeran and Gwyneth Paltrow have shared candid self-portraits online in support of World Water Day. A number of famous faces took to their social networking accounts on Saturday (22Mar14) to back a campaign by clean water charity Drop4Drop.
They all shared snaps of themselves with a water theme - singer Adele posted a snap of herself on Twitter.com sipping from a mug of tea and another showing her young son, Angelo, reaching for his own drink.
Paltrow showed herself drinking from a glass bottle, adding in a caption, "Full of healing power," while pop star Katy Perry added a photograph of herself holding a glass of water, writing, "Remember it's world water day today & 2b (to be) grateful for every clean drop!"
Sheeran added a snap of himself filling up a tumbler in the sink, while other stars who backed World Water Day on Twitter.com included Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears and Justin Bieber.
Ready for a little bit of #tbt? Check out these awesomely throwback pictures that celebrities posted on their Instagram or Twitter accounts!
Here's Kendall Jenner having some photobooth fun when she was just 11 years old.
Comedian Sarah Silverman once threw softballs instead acerbic barbs.
Chloe Bennet from Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. apparently didn't own a hairbrush when she was younger.
James Franco spent a lot of time bonding with father and two brothers.
Around the age of 14, New Girl's Zooey Deschanel discovered the fountain of eternal youth.
And finally, even rock band Jimmy Eat World had to start off playing at somebody's basement.
Reclusive soul man D'angelo will join Aloe Blacc and Angelique Kidjo, among others, for an upcoming all-star tribute to James Brown at the Hollywood Bowl. The Brown Sugar singer has been added to the Get On Up: A James Brown Celebration in Los Angeles on 13 August (14).
The show will also feature Bettye LaVette and members of Brown's band, including Pee Wee Ellis, Fred Wesley, Clyde Stubblefield and Danny Ray.
The concert will coincide with the release of Sir Mick Jagger's new James Brown biopic Get On Up, which features 42 star Chadwick Boseman as the Godfather of Soul.
Brown passed away in 2006, aged 73.
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If you took a picture of you and your friends at the top of New York City's Rockefeller Center, there might be a good chance that two celebrity hooligans ruined your view of the world's most famous skyline. That's because The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon and Mad Men's Jon Hamm set up a camera at the top of the Rock just for the sole purpose of photobombing eager tourists.
It started off plainly enough with Hamm walking casually behind some tourists before Fallon joined in the tomfoolery. But the madness quickly escalated, beginning with a chest bump and followed up with Don Draper giving the late night host a piggy back ride. Then things really got zany with the two of them renacting the memorable "spaghetti kiss" scene from Lady and the Tramp with a hoagie (I thought they called them subs in New York...) and then popping up like a pair of whac-a-moles from a fake parapet.
Most people would absolutely hate having their photos ruined by a couple of jerks. But I have a feeling these folks walked away pretty happy with the pics they took.
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During his monologue last night, Jimmy Kimmel shared a clip of Joseph Gordon-Levitt recreating the very classic "David After Dentist" video from five years ago. Check out the clip down below:
Although the gap tooth was a nice touch, Gordon-Levitt looked more like Ben Stiller's Simple Jack from Tropic Thunder than the drugged-up preadolescent David. Otherwise, his performance was spot on!
The clip comes right off the heals of Kimmel's plan to turn viral YouTube videos into big budget Hollywood productions. In case you haven't check it out, here's a psychedelic mash-up of "David After Dentist" and "Double Rainbow" and it looks like it could be an early Oscar contender!