They really are the definition of a perfect couple!
Let's be honest, who else makes married life and walking dogs look so effortless??
How polite and cute of them!
Whoa! Did this battle inspire all those fantasy battle games?!
Seth Rogen is set to write & direct a movie about the epic battle between Sega & Nintendo in the early '90s which completely redefined the video game industry!
He will be writing & directing alongside his friend Evan Goldberg, whom he worked with on Pineapple Express, This Is The End, and Superbad!
Reportedly, the film will be based on a book by Blake Harris about the struggle between companies titled: Console Wars: Sega, Nintendo And The Battle That Defined A Generation.
If the past collaborations between the two is any indication, then this movie is set to be HIGHlarious!
We can't wait to see!
[Image via FayesVision/WENN.]
Finding Nemo? More like F***ing Nemo!
Funny man Jake Vale decided to invoke Jimmy Kimmel's Unnecessary Censorship sketches when he edited Finding Nemo into a curse-laden, expletive-filled trailer!
Our favorite part? When Marlin tells Nemo he f*cked a sea turtle.
Ch-ch-check out the sketch…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Ian McKellen, a.k.a. present day Magneto, has been openly gay since 1988!
In the X-Men films, Ian's character fights on behalf of an unjustly disenfranchised group of "mutants." Well, that's no coincidence!
As it turns out, when director Bryan Singer approached the legendary actor and begged him to accept the role, he suggested that Ian view the mutants' plight as a metaphor for what the LGBT community endures in real life!
Remember way back in 1991 when Brad Pitt and his rock hard abs broke into the film industry with a bit part in Thelma & Louise?
Of course you do, it was a watershed moment in cinematic history!!!
What you probably didn't know about his tiny
package part, however, is that the then Z-list actor was only paid $6,000 for his troubles!!
Six grand?! Whaaaaaaat?!
These days that would barely get you a cup of coffee & two hours with a high-end Hollywood escort!! Even back then $6K probably seemed like
Who knew Kaley Cuoco could shine this bright, post flight!
HINT: It's all thanks to the sweater!
The Big Bang Theory actress and her new hubby Ryan Sweeting were spotted in a romantical hand embrace as they exited JFK airport in New York on Sunday.
The duo is in town for Kaley's appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman tonight - but here's hoping the couple gets to take in some city sights!
According to the actress' Instagram, the last time they were in the Big Apple, the pair chowed down at multiple culinary hotspots and even snapped some pics in snowy Central Park.
Fingers crossed for some adorable playtime and some cute new social media pics!
Heart these two, for real!
[Image via Splash News.]
This song embodies multiple factions just like Tris Prior!
Ellie Goulding is lending her beautifully haunting voice to the highly anticipated flick, Divergent, with the brazilliant song, Beating Heart!
Director Neil Burger told Entertainment Weekly how the powerful song will play out in the film:
“In the last scene of the movie, Tris has just experienced multiple tragedies, even as she triumphs (for the moment) over her enemies. Ellie wrote Beating Heart and we knew it’d be perfect for the end of the movie. Her lyrics almost merge with Tris’ voice-over and her music lets the movie soar above the tragedy. The sadness is still there but so is the transcendence. It’s a fantastic song.”
Is it March 21 yet?!
While we all wait, ch-ch-check out the sad but strong anthem…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Nothing like discovering your current boyfriend dated one of the most beautiful women…EVER!
Lena Dunham got the surprise of a lifetime when she was scrolling through a blog called Old Loves - a site completely devoted to photographs of celebrity couples who have broken up!
Apparently the duo dated for a year while both attending Professional Children's School in New York City - which makes this like, the smallest world!
Lena explained the moment she saw the pic of 17-year-old Jack and Scarlett: