Watch out, Marky Mark — Tay Tay is coming for your delicious dangling dong!
Well, not like that, LOLz!!
Taylor Lautner will play the part of Dirk Diggler in a live reading of Boogie Nights at LACMA on Thursday!!
Yes, that Dirk Diggler!! Mark Wahlberg's perfectly peened character from Paul Thomas Anderson's epic film about the '70s porn scene!!
AMAZEBALLZ!!!!! We wish we could be there to see it!!
Taylor will read alongside Parenthood's Mae Whitman (as Roller Girl) in the Jason Reitman production!!!
We wonder whether he will whip out his magnificent manhood to try and "imprint" with Mae's character? Ha!!
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Last year, Fiona Apple released her AH-Mazing album The Idler Wheel Is Wiser Than the Driver of the Screw and Whipping Cords Will Serve You More Than Ropes Will Ever Do.
But the wait for her next single has been longer than that album's title!
The delay ends today though! Fiona is striking up the drums for her new single Hot Knife!
Ch-ch-check out Ms. Apple's music video above, directed by Fiona's ex-boyfriend Paul Thomas Anderson! This is the 5th video Anderson has directed for her!
We're sort of obsessed with this song already! These vocals are haunting and feature Fiona's sister, Maude Maggart, singing with her!
What do YOU think??? Does this new track cut through you like a hot knife through butter?
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Well, if this doesn't put the final nail in the almost-buried coffin that is Up All Night, then nothing will!
As we've reported, numerous creative shake-ups to the struggling NBC comedy have already resulted in creator Emily Spivey and star Christina Applegate giving their two-week's notice, and now, it appears that Maya Rudolph may be following them right out the door!
But not exactly how or why you would imagine…
Because she's just announced that she and partner Paul Thomas Anderson are expecting their fourth child together!
Well, not announced to the public! Her representative hasn't made a statement!
But according to sources with NBC
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Joaquin Phoenix has pretty much made it clear that he despises the celebrity culture and what he perceives to be ego-stroking, entitled accolades that currently encapsulate the profession of acting - and because of this, even went as far as to proclaim that the Oscars are "bullsh*t!"
So it's really no surprise to us that upon winning the title of Best Actor from the London Critics' Circle, for his work in The Master, the actor would use the opportunity in his acceptance speech to speak out against a culture that limits the scope and influence of his performance to exclusively him, and instead thanked his co-stars and director for their contributions to his work… as well as the normally and largely unrecognized crew members, without whom there would be no finished product!
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Paul Thomas Anderson has wowed the film community again and again and it looks like The Master will not break that trend when it hits theaters on September 21.
The final trailer for the flick (above) that could give both Joaquin Phoenix and Philip Seymour Hoffman Oscar #2 has been released and we think it's the best one yet.
In just over a minute, we can clearly see the tension rising between the master and his pupil and we can't wait to see their relationship explode on the big screen before those credits roll!
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The trailers for P.T. Anderson's The Master are almost like short films themselves. Rather than just showing a bunch of quick clips from the entire thing, each seems to give us a preview of a specific moment or theme that the narrative explores.
The newest trailer (above), which was tailor-made for last night's advanced screening at the Music Box Theatre in Chicago, is all about love and how Phillip Seymour Hoffman's character believes it affects his pupils.
It's both mysterious and intriguing, but mainly makes us a little jealous we missed that surprise screening in Santa Monica last week.
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Film enthusiasts hoping to get a glimpse (or at least a review) of Paul Thomas Anderson's newest drama, The Master, at this summer's Venice Film Festival are majorly disappointed.
While sources reported that the next film from the director of There Will Be Blood will be debuting at the festival, it mysteriously disappeared from the schedule.
There are still plenty of high-profile films for festival attendees to look forward to, but still, pretty much everyone was
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