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The "porn star name game" is a time-honored tradition in America.
It's a game pretty much anyone can play, depending on the rules — we employ the First Name: First Pet, Last Name: Street You Grew Up On method (our apologies to those with allergies, maybe you had a goldfish?). And the results are, without fail, hilarious.
We asked 100 of our favorite movie stars in Hollywood — including Emma Watson, Keira Knightley, Megan Fox, Ryan Gosling, Paul Rudd, Anne Hathaway, Matt Damon, Katie Holmes, Jon Hamm, Emma Stone and Neil Patrick Harris — for their porn star names. They did not let us down. Click through the gallery for all 100.
Reporting by: Sandie Angulo Chen ("Millie 69"), Robert DeSalvo ("Rocky Waverly"), Claire Donovan ("Spunky Walter"), Elizabeth Durand ("Stephanie Veronica"), Bryan Enk ("Buck Densmore"), Max Evry ("Orion Cedar Crest "), Breanne Heldman ("Krugerrand Ardon"), Jenni Miller ("Mitzi Turtle Creek"), Kevin Polowy ("Sparkle Sterling"), Brandon Rae ("Sammi von Fernway"), Brooke Tarnoff ("Brandy W. Riviera"), Joanna Varikos ("Angel 14") and Kase Wickman ("Blake Sisters").
It's nearly a new year, so don't you think it's about time you followed some new people on Twitter? By now, Kim Kardashian's tweets are old hat, Lindsay Lohan's flails at public normalcy have gotten lame and Kanye has run out of water bottles to be responsible for.
NextMovie culled the Internet for you to find ten celebrities you may not be following yet — partly because we're straight-up shocked that they're even on Twitter for us to follow. John Cleese, what are you even doing here? Check it out, and follow away. Get More »
When we heard the news that Danny DeVito and wife Rhea Perlman are splitting up, we were absolutely shocked, and not simply because the actors have been married for three decades. We talked to DeVito about the re-release of his divorce-themed masterpiece "War of the Roses" only two weeks ago, and he offered an anecdote about old rumors of a divorce with Perlman — but didn't give the smallest clue that a real separation was on the horizon.
That guy has a hell of a poker face. Get More »
We didn't see this one coming. After more than thirty years of marriage (which is a long time for any couple—but is practically eternity in Hollywood), Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman are getting divorced, Entertainment Tonight revealed. We know. We're bummed too.
They married in January in 1982 and have three children together: 29-year-old Lucy, 27-year-old Grace and 24-year-old Jacob. In addition to their family together, the couple worked on the sitcom "Taxi" (from 1978-1983) and starred opposite each other in the 1996 comedy "Matilda." Get More »
We'll definitely have to consider this for the list when we get around to compiling the Most Unexpected Movie News Stories of All Time.
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito will soon discover they have another brother — one who looks a lot like Eddie Murphy — in "Triplets," the sequel to the 1988 comedy, "Twins," according to Heat Vision.
"Twins" featured Arnold and Danny as genetically conceived siblings separated at birth who are reunited on their 35th birthday. The bizarro premise worked beautifully (though, really, how could it not?), with the two stars making for a terrific odd couple team ... though their reunion six years later with director Ivan Reitman for the male pregnancy comedy, "Junior," didn't quite hit the same bulls-eye. Get More »
It took a lot of begging and pleading from both producers and the public, but for whatever reason Johnny Depp saw it in his heart to return in one knockout scene in the new film version of "21 Jump Street," based on the hit Fox TV show that made him a star.
To put him in the ranks of some of the greatest movie cameos ever, we're counting down 35 surprise appearances in movies that pleased and shocked us -- and left us wanting more. Get More »
We hear it's not easy being green, but being orange? That's a cakewalk.
This week's new animated film, "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax" — featuring voices from Danny DeVito, Taylor Swift, Zac Efron and Betty White — makes a great case for saving trees ... and wearing the aforementioned bright hue.
In addition to inspiring us to fill our closet with sunny, orange goodness, the human characters, while still animated, have a little fashion pizazz in them as well.
It seems like a stretch — we get it — but you should see for yourself in our latest Get the Goods column. Just be sure to have your credit card handy (even if only to make a donation to save the trees).
Admit it, Dr. Seuss made your childhood magical. But did you know that the beloved author also had a secret tree-hugger agenda? That's right, Seuss loved the environment (that bastard!) and he proved it by writing "The Lorax" which, first adapted into a 1972 TV special, and is now a major motion picture hellbent on turning your children into conscientious people.
The movie version of Seuss' tale follows a young kid named Ted (Zac Efron) who lives in Thneed-Ville, a totally artificial city with no sign of nature in sight. To impress older girl Audrey (Taylor Swift), he sets out to find a real, genuine tree and winds up befriending the tiny orange creature the Lorax (Danny DeVito), former guardian of the land. Get More »
I am the Lorax! I speak for the trees,
Which you seem to be chopping as fast as you please.
Dr. Seuss' hero of the environment has gotten his own movie adaptation and several Seuss-stars stepped out on the red carpet to celebrate the all-green Hollywood premiere, including Zac Efron (Ted), Taylor Swift (Audrey), Ed Helms (the villainous and until now faceless Once-ler), Rob Riggle (new villain O'Hare), Betty White (Grammy Norma) and, of course, Danny DeVito (the Lorax himself).
Grab some Truffula fruits and enjoy our gallery. "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax" opens March 2.
Far from the terror-inducing live-action version of "The Cat in the Hat" or "How the Grinch Stole Christmas," from which we're still recovering, "The Lorax" is an animated film from the directors and writer behind the surprise hit "Despicable Me" and it looks pretty darn adorable.
The adaptation has a twist that's not in the Seuss version, which is that the Lorax and his trees are found by a young guy desperate to impress his cute neighbor, a flaxen-haired gal whose greatest desire is to see a real tree. The whole evil industrial Once-ler aspect of things is only hinted at in the trailer, but since this is just the first of many, we will hopefully get a better idea of how "The Lorax" will tackle this thorny but incredibly pertinent issue in future trailers. Get More »