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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.
It's been a rough year. Whether you've been laid off or just laid around a bit more than you should have, you're counting quarters this holiday season.
And that's where we come in. We've rounded up 10 awesome gifts that come in under $20. And, no, we're not including any DVDs or Blu-rays in this one. Something tells us you already know your way around Amazon.com (but you can find the must-haves for the year here).
1. 'Lord of the Breeze' T-shirt
The year 2012, or, as we like to call it, the beard 2012, is drawing to a close. Awards nominations are being handed out left and right, top 10 lists being written and superlative statements being made all around. It felt only right that we here at NextMovie draw up our own list, one honoring the best examples what we feel was 2012's most ubiquitous accessory: facial hair.
So here, it is, our salute to the greatest flavor savers, 'staches, soul patches and beards that graced the screen this year, broken down by month.
Liam Neeson in "The Grey"
We're not sure whether the beard makes the eyes or vice versa, but can we just say that we shiver in awe of their combined effect? Neeson's character in the film may have a way with killing wolves, but we're only human — and we are slayed. 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 »
This week: "The Lorax," the latest Dr. Seuss animated adaptation, features the voices of Zac Efron, Taylor Swift and Danny DeVito as the titular character whose crusty disposition masks a real love for the environment.
Also new this week is the documentary "Marley" about reggae legend Bob Marley, plus anniversary Blu-ray editions of "Romy and Michele's High School Reunion" starring Mira Sorvino and Lisa Kudrow, Stanley Kubrick's harrowing war drama "Full Metal Jacket" and Mel Brooks' silly "Star Wars" spoof "Spaceballs." Get More »
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 »
If eyes are the windows to the soul, then eyebrows are the hairy curtain rods. And with each passing decade, the fickle tastes of the moviegoing masses swing wildly from one grooming extreme to another, whether it's a liking for light plucking or an all-out paint job.
Fortunately, for us lovers of the bushier brow, au naturel is back in vogue with Lily Collins, star of "Mirror Mirror" (March 30), raising eyebrows everywhere. Here's our top 9 list of impressive brow-beaters.
Channing Tatum is going to have a much more difficult time going undercover after this weekend, as according to Hollywood.com, "The Vow" star landed his second number one film of the year with "21 Jump Street."
Taking in an estimated $35 million, "21 Jump Street," which stars Tatum and Jonah Hill as cops assigned to infiltrate a local high school, took the top spot from "The Lorax." The animated adaptation of the beloved Dr. Seuss book still earned a strong $22.8 million in its third weekend, though, good enough for second place.
For the full box office chart, including the debut of Will Farrell's Spanish language comedy "Case de mi Padre" as well as returning films "Project X" and "John Carter," head to Hollywood.com.
The lead character of Disney's sci-fi epic "John Carter" may have amazing powers, like jumping incredibly high and being able to throw huge boulders, but there's one power even he cannot overcome: The power of the mustache.
Yes, according to Hollywood.com, "The Lorax" once again topped the box office this weekend, pulling in an estimated $39 million dollars. "John Carter," meanwhile, fell flat with just $30 million domestically, a tidy sum that looks significantly smaller when compared to the film's huge $250 million budget.
So can international receipts save "John Carter?" For the full box office report, including new horror release "Silent House" and returning hits "Project X" and "Act of Valor," head to Hollywood.com.
You don't have to be a kidlet to love animated movies — actually, the jokes in ones like "The Incredibles" and "Despicable Me" are so sharp, we suspect the little ones might have been the secretly-secondary demo.
In fact, though we love our cartoon icons almost as much as their youngest fans — we draw the line at plush toys and bedsheets... usually — we'll admit that once in a great while, we've looked at a particularly great still of The Lorax and thought, "Man, that would be a great color for throw pillows." Get More »