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For a movie!
While filming Annie on Wednesday, Jamie Foxx had to do the unthinkable and throw Quvenzhané Wallis onto the ground!
This seemingly brutal scene will probably make a lot more sense and look much better when we all see it in the upcoming remake of Annie, which we couldn't be ANY more excited for!
Thankfully, it's just a stunt scene, and movies aren't real, so we can all relax a little!
Hope the filming is going well, guys!
P.S. — Jamie Foxx is actually amazing with kids!
[Image via Jose Perez/Pacific Coast News.]
Some literal genius posted a video of his dog performing feats that amaze, and we're guessing he did so to entertain the public.
Well, if that was his goal then mission accomplished!
Seriously we almost cried from happiness after watching this dog.
What's the pup do?
Well, he jumps off vertical walls for a start!
See the rest of it by checking out the entire video (above) !!!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) if you haven't seen the HIGHlarious wiener line yet!
But according to a source close to the Simpsons (Ned Flanders, maybe?), that wasn't a case of "pregnancy brain"- it was a PR stunt!
Don't worry, it's just a stunt! Ha!
Mark Wahlberg is busy looking jacked and getting whacked by police cars in Miami while shooting Pain and Gain.
The Michael Bay directed film, which also stars Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, is about two bodybuilders who get involved in an extortion and kidnapping scheme that goes wrong.
As you can tell
WTF?! What did he think, this would be incentive for them to let him continue on?
On the premiere of the US version of The X Factor, a contestant not only chose to perform an original song for the panel of judges, titled I'm a Stud, but also decided that it would be a good idea to drop trou and expose his peen to them - and the entire audience, who responded with a barrage of boos!
This is really unfortunate.
A stuntman on the set of Hangover II is suing Warner Bros. after a stung went wrong, leaving him with brain injuries.
Scott McLean was Ed Helms' stunt double on the Bangkok, Thailand set when he was injured when two cars that were traveling at high speeds collided.
The scene required "precision and timing," but after shooting had already beguin, the film's stunt coordinator, who is also being sued, had changed the timing sequence.