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GALLERY: The Best Movie Mustaches of All Time

The mustache isn't just facial hair. It's an art form, one few are able to master.

In honor of Paul Rudd's "Super Mario Bros." makeover in "Prince Avalanche," we salute some of the finest examples of the mustache in cinema, from Robert Pattinson's bizarre turn as Salvador Dali in "Little Ashes" to Tom Selleck in just about everything. The extreme levels of testosterone may make you feel a little woozy, but that's all part of the awesome.

Browse the most masculine gallery ever and wish you could grow a mustache as mighty.

Originally published on Monday, Nov. 19, 2012.

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The 15 Biggest Movie News Stories of 2012

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" Summit

As another movie year comes to a close, it's time to look back at the biggest film-related stories of 2012 and take stock of all the highs and lows. And while there certainly were some major movie highs this year — from acclaimed period pieces to crowd-pleasing blockbusters to surprise comedy hits — frankly, we're more than happy for 2012 to be over.

That's because, as cool as the action was on screen, the headlines being made off-screen were often sad, disappointing or downright terrifying to think about. So let's look back at the year that was — and hope that 2013 is a whole hell of a lot more fun. Get More »

'The Artist' Shocker: Uggie the Dog Is a MURDERER

Uggie the dog attends the 2012 Golden Globes Getty Images

One of the most heartwarming stories and performances of the year was that of Uggie the dog in the Best Picture-winning silent film "The Artist." After stealing hearts across the globe, the Jack Russell terrier became so beloved that there was actually a grassroots campaign to get him a Best Supporting Actor nomination. He was just so darn cute.Which makes this latest news even more shocking: According to his own new autobiography, "Uggie: My Story," Uggie the dog actually began his career in the most heinous fashion possible: He murdered an innocent kitten.

Is there nothing true and pure in this world any longer? Get More »

Filed Under: Movie News | Source: The Huffington Post

New on DVD and Blu-ray: 'The Artist' and More

The Artist
The Weinstein Company

This week: "The Artist" -- the French silent movie that won five Oscars this year, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Costume Design and Best Original Score -- arrives on DVD and Blu-ray at last.

Also new this week are Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill in the hilarious action comedy "21 Jump Street," Sam Worthington going Greek again in "Wrath of the Titans," the Snow White interpretation "Mirror Mirror," and an anniversary Blu-ray edition of "Deliverance." Get More »

Filed Under: DVD & Blu-ray Queue It Up

Can You Conquer 'Prometheus' in Our Hot Photo Challenge?


Think you have an eye for movies? Then you're totally going to love our movie photo game, "What the Diff?"

We've taken hot pics from big movies — including "Dark Shadows," "The Twilight Saga," "The Avengers," "The Hunger Games" and "The Dark Knight Rises" — and added five twists to each shot. Your mission: Find and click on those little twists.

Your score depends on how quickly you can spot the "Diff" in each pic. When you're done racking up the points, you’ll be able to share your score with friends on Facebook. Get More »

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'The Artist' Returns to Theaters Just in Time For Mom

The Artist
The Weinstein Co.

Everyone has to admit, moms are the best. They nurture, nag, feed us veggies and can always be counted on in times of need. So how can we repay them?

With a Mother's Day movie outing, of course! And this weekend, there's a special treat in store for them. Academy Award Best Picture winner "The Artist" will be re-released nationwide this Friday, May 11, 2012, the Weinstein Co. announced. Get More »

Filed Under: Movie News

'The Artist' Pooch Uggie Continues Quest for World Domination With Upcoming Autobiography

Uggie the dog attends the 2012 Golden Globes
Getty Images

Every movie star needs a juicy memoir to his or her name and Uggie the dog is no different. Although it will probably be pretty G-rated compared to other stars' tell-all autobiographies, Uggie has plenty of waggy tales to tell for his upcoming book "Uggie: My Story."

And what a story! The little Jack Russell terrier stole screen time from dreamy Jean Dujardin in "The Artist" and appeared in "Water for Elephants" with Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattison. He's currently working as the spokesdog for Nintendo after rumors of retirement, and he was a guest at the White House Correspondents' Dinner over the weekend.

Uggie even had his own grassroots Oscar campaign, Consider Uggie, started by fans who were barking mad that the star wasn't in the running. Get More »

Filed Under: Movie News | Source: The Wrap

Uggie Dodges Retirement as Nintendo Spokesdog


Is Uggie pulling a Steven Soderbergh?

The canine star of "The Artist" was supposedly going to be retiring from show business after making his appearance at the Oscars. Well, now that "The Artist" took home a whole bunch of those Oscars, a lot of job offers are no doubt piling up in Uggie's doghouse -- which means plans for retiring to a life of lounging by the pool might've been a bit premature. Get More »

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2012 Comedy Awards Nominations: And the Punchline Goes To ...


Comedy Central announced the nominees for the second annual Comedy Awards earlier today and it was no laughing matter.

"Bridesmaids" and "Crazy, Stupid, Love." are about to face off in a two-way race for the most lauded flick, as each landed five nominations in the film categories.

"Midnight in Paris" followed with four nods, while "The Artist" and "Horrible Bosses" were close behind with three nominations each. Get More »

Filed Under: Awards Movie News | Source: Comedy Awards

The Humble Yet Amusing Early Works of Jean Dujardin

Jean Dujardin as Brice From Nice

Jean Dujardin is an Oscar-winning actor. It wasn't always this way.

The past will always come back to haunt you, and in this case the past takes the form of "Brice de Nice," a 2005 French film in which "The Artist" himself plays the title role, a platinum blonde spoiled rich teenager of 30 who fancies himself a surfer (even though he's never actually surfed). After he suddenly finds himself penniless, he decides to rob a bank -- and indulges the opportunity to perform a rap number while he's at it (after hitting a guy in the face with his surfboard and saying he wants to "make a withdrawal"). Get More »

Filed Under: Check This Video | Source: Film Drunk
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