Dang. Is Kanye West trying to start a new trend??
Guess he was just too busy to realize something was on his face??
Anyway, we came up with a few guesses:
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The nominations are in!
Well, 2015 had some of the best movies the industry has seen in some time. Unfortunately, there were also some pretty horrendous flicks too. No joke!
Thankfully, the Golden Raspberry Awards (AKA Razzies) has released its shortlist for the worst movies and performances of the year. Now we know what NOT to watch, phew!
Though, we can't be THAT surprised since 50SOG was slammed by the critics, despite making bank in the box office. Not to mention, Adam's Pixels is just the latest project from the funnyman to be taken down by the group.
In case you forgot, the Razzies are voted on by 900 members and the "winners" will be announced the day before the Oscars.
Ch-ch-check out the full list of nominees (below) and let us know if YOU think anyone is missing!
Donkey Kong, Pac-Man and Pong, OH MY!
The '80s are back! No, not hair spray and David Bowie — though he's never left — the classic video games of the '80s are here to take over the world in the the new trailer for Pixels (above).
The movie features intergalactic aliens who misunderstand a time capsule sent to them and see it as an act of war against them. So they do what we'd all do, manifest themselves as '80s video games and attack the Earth!
The film stars Adam Sandler as a former Pac-Man champion, Peter Dinklage, the Donkey Kong champion, Josh Gad, master of Centipede — no not THAT centipede, the video game! — and Michelle Monaghan as Lieutenant Colonel Vanessa van Patten, a weapons specialist. Kevin James also stars as the President of the United States and best friends with Sandler's character — hey if '80s video games can invade us we'll buy James as president.
Are you excited for this off-beat wacky arcade comedy? Ch-ch-check out the trailer for yourself and get excited for the July release!
In a plot right out of Futurama, aliens send real-life versions of retro video games to attack the earth, and it's up to video game champ Adam and his friends to stop them!
THIS IS NOT A JOKE! THIS IS A REAL MOVIE!
Black lace beauties!
Both actresses were seductive and sizzling in black gowns with lace panels that gave them true temptress vibes!
Love it! Best dressed without a doubt!
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Giving us that old razzle dazzle!
And it worked! We definitely noticed them Sunday night.
They actually sort of matched since both their gowns were form-fitting and covered in shimmering beads!
Michelle chose a Jason Wu dress in a grayish-green color that brought out the green in her eyes, while Maria went bolder in a bright blue Gabriela Cadena number.
Despite all that shine, the outfits were too much like prom dresses.
We just think they could've easily done better!
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In the first upset of the night, Joanne Froggatt won the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries, or Television Film for her work on Downton Abbey!
We're a little surprised that Uzo Aduba didn't take home the award, but Joanne totally deserved the win, especially after her very powerful rape storyline on the PBS series.
Check out her speech (above)!
The Fast & Furious franchise suffered an enormous loss when Paul Walker tragically passed, but the hardworking actor had other movies in the pipeline as well.
Producers were left scrambling to replace the irreplaceable star. After all, who could bring the charm, sincerity, and physical presence that came so easily to Paul?
Well, in the case of Agent 47, a reboot of the Hitman video game adaptation, Fox is in talks with