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When people refer to "Zero Dark Thirty" director Kathryn Bigelow as a "female director," it seems a little weird for 2013, doesn't it? Do you know any dudes named Kathryn? Does anyone refer to Bruce Willis as a "male actor?" Our good pal and male writer Max Evry touched on this topic more in-depth and without mediocre jokes in a must-read over at our female sister site. Get More »
With "Rock of Ages" thundering through theaters on Friday, the retro spotlight will once again shine on the crazy '80s, the decade of decadence when rock stars were true rock stars and unapologetic about being so.
In anticipation of the nostalgia this will inspire, we're looking at nine hard-rock and heavy-metal films that have made noise in the mainstream. Horns up!
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 »
Former "Saturday Night Live" writer Joe Bodolai, who co-wrote the 1992 hit film "Wayne's World," has died of an apparent suicide, according to TMZ. He was 63.
A respected comedian and writer, the Canadian Bodolai was well known north of the border for his producing work on shows like "Kids in the Hall" and "Comics!' as well as for his stint as a writer on "Saturday Night Live." But it was his collaboration with fellow Canadian Mike Meyers that earned Bodolai his greatest triumph, as the two paired up to write the first draft of what would eventually become one of the breakout smashes of the 1990s. Get More »
Tom Green can claim all he wants that he invented planking back in 1994. We all know the truth.
Obviously, it was Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze who kicked off the trend back in 1987 in "Dirty Dancing." And they weren't the only ones.
We've spotted planking in a number of recent movies from "The Smurfs" to "Green Lantern." Oh, and Edward Cullen? Yeah, he's been known to plank in a certain meadow here and there.
Look, we get that some of these characters may not have known what they were doing, but an accidental plank is still a plank, right?
As of yesterday, gay couples were finally given the right to be legally married in the state of New York. To honor such a historic civil rights moment, we've decided to pay tribute in the only way we know how: with a Top 9 list of uni-gendered duos throughout history who obviously wanted to tie the knot, but couldn't.
Whether they were holding an intense gaze a smidgen too long or oiling themselves up to play an unnecessarily sexualized game of volleyball, their true feelings could not be totally hidden. And today we're encouraging these hesitant trailblazers to wear their love proudly. Get More »