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  • Yes, Ricky Gervais Was Too Nasty at the Golden Globes [Video]

    Posted Jan 17th 2011 at 06:00 AM by Jo Piazza

    Pop-Ed: We love a good joke at Hollywood's expense. Heck, we like lots of good jokes at Hollywood's expense. But at last night's Golden Globes, even we felt a little yucky when Ricky Gervais stuck his toe on the line of good taste and then decided to dive headfirst right over it. Gervais started out by ripping into Charlie Sheen, admittedly an easy target, so easy that those jokes about Sheen b...

  • Remembering 2010 as the Year the Antihero Took Our Culture Hostage

    Posted Dec 25th 2010 at 01:41 PM by Jett Wells

    Pop-Ed: It's hard to imagine Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg ever thought he'd be TIME's 'Person of the Year' when he was blogging about girls' bra sizes from his Harvard dorm room. Flash forward six years, and there he is -- on the cover with his disarmingly blank stare. On the cover of TIME is a photo of a man who in six years launched an empire and fundamentally changed the way people around...

  • The Best and the Worst TV of 2010: Hot Messes, Harrowing Episodes and Scene Stealers

    Posted Dec 24th 2010 at 10:00 AM by AOL TV Editors

    Pop-Ed: Our TV partner in crime Mo Ryan has (probably) watched more television than you this year. So who better to break down the best, the worst and all of the wild moments in between that made up 2010? There were plenty of hot messes, harrowing episodes, incredible scene stealers and more to go around Read her picks and also check out Mo's Top TV of 2010 list and the Runners Up roster. ...

  • When Will Miley Cyrus Learn to Not Let People Film Her All the Time?

    Posted Dec 10th 2010 at 03:50 PM by John Mitchell

    Pop-Ed: When will she ever learn? As video of Miley Cyrus hitting a bong loaded with salvia sears itself into the collective consciousness of the Internet, it's hard not to wonder why the 18-year-old mega-star has once again allowed herself to be filmed in a compromising situation. Cyrus has a long and storied history of letting people film her doing silly things. Whether she's grinding on dire...

  • Why Is Michelle Williams' Sex Scene Rated NC-17 While Natalie Portman's Is R?

    Posted Dec 7th 2010 at 12:45 PM by Gary Susman

    For all the hype about Natalie Portman's steamy lesbian sex scene with Mila Kunis in 'Black Swan,' the scene was still tame enough to earn an R rating from the Motion Picture Association of America's ratings board, which means it can (and will) be shown in theaters all over the country. Like Portman, Michelle Williams is on the receiving end of an oral sex scene in 'Blue Valentine' (opening Dec....

  • Is Taylor Momsen Mirroring Christina Aguilera?

    Posted Dec 4th 2010 at 03:00 PM by Rebecca Macatee

    Pop-Ed: It's a good thing those rumors of Taylor Momsen leaving 'Gossip Girl' are completely untrue. I'd miss seeing Taylor as 'Easy J', even though her character's emotional roller coasters on the show are nothing compared to the drama she creates for herself in real life. But as hard as Taylor tries to be the bad girl of Hollywood, I'm willing to bet she's a relatively normal teenager who just...

  • Celebs Love Jennifer Aniston, So Why Doesn't America?

    Posted Dec 1st 2010 at 06:29 PM by Sarah Crow

    Notoriously acerbic comedienne Chelsea Handler went on vacation in Mexico with buddy Jennifer Aniston over Thanksgiving and, despite her famously sharp tongue, had nothing but nice things to say about the actress. Handler, who appeared on last night's episode of 'The Tonight Show,' told host Jay Leno of their trip, "[Jennifer] was sweet enough to take me on vacation with her ... I was trying not t...

  • Why Cameron Diaz and Alex Rodriguez Are Doomed

    Posted Nov 29th 2010 at 04:00 PM by Jo Piazza

    Pop-Ed: Cameron Diaz and Alex Rodriguez rekindled their romance over the Thanksgiving weekend with a steamy vacation in Mexico. According to US Weekly, the pair break up and then get back together all the time. Bad idea, guys! This relationship seems toxic, especially for Cameron, who at 38 should be focusing on a serious relationship instead of a fling with a serial womanizer. Our relationship ...

  • It's OK, You Don't Have to Hate Gwyneth Paltrow Anymore

    Posted Nov 19th 2010 at 04:45 PM by John Mitchell

    Up until a couple of weeks ago, it was perfectly acceptable to hate Gwyneth Paltrow. Now, that may seem like a pretty rough statement to make, and we suppose it is, but admit it – for a while there, you found her pretty unbearable too. So insufferable was she that The Onion, that bastion of satire, dedicated an entire fake news segment to mocking the Oscar-winning actress, claiming buzz for ...

  • Could Everyone Stop Belittling Kate Middleton, Please?

    Posted Nov 17th 2010 at 06:30 PM by Jo Piazza

    Pop-Ed: Am I the only one ready to call out the British press as a big bunch of underminers this week. Yes they put on the veneer of being ecstatic over the news that Kate Middleton and Prince William are finally (FINALLY) engaged and yes, they couldn't be more excited for the royal nuptials, which are already being compared to the wedding between William's father and the much beloved Princess Dia...

  • New Girl Talk Album Surprises, Breaks Internet

    Posted Nov 15th 2010 at 11:42 PM by Jett Wells

    Pop-Ed: He's baaaaccckkk! Girl Talk, a.k.a. mash-up mastermind Greg Gillis, stormed the web with the surprising release of his latest free album 'All Day,' a formidable follow-up to 2008's 'Feed the Animal.' Even though his music is controversial for sampling hundreds of artists into mash-up mixes, an act that seems aimed at prodding record labels, Girl Talk once again has proved nothing is going ...

  • One Man's Quest to Not Watch Mila Kunis and Natalie Portman Make Out

    Posted Nov 14th 2010 at 05:17 PM by Matthew Shepatin

    Pop-Ed: This was supposed to be a write-up on how Mila Kunis and Natalie Portman, who play rival ballerinas in Darren Aronofsky's critically-acclaimed 'Black Swan,' will revive their battle in real life by releasing two crazily-similar romantic comedies about the wisdom of bumping uglies with your close friend (Portman: 'No Strings Attached' // Kunis: 'Friends With Benefits'). But after pluggin...

  • Miley Cyrus' Rebellion: Teen Angst or Something More?

    Posted Nov 14th 2010 at 03:00 PM by Rebecca Macatee

    What's up with Miley Cyrus? Parents everywhere seem to have some strong opinions on the matter, whether favorable or not. It's pretty evident the Disney starlet is on the cusp of adulthood. Whether she's strutting around in her skivvies in music videos, painting the town red in barely-there hot pants, or nonchalantly sipping a beer with her pals, she's eager to show the world she's all grown up...

  • Does Kanye West's 'Dark Fantasy' Make Him Untouchable?

    Posted Nov 11th 2010 at 08:51 PM by Jett Wells

    Pop-Ed: You can't script the kind of year Kanye West is having. Ever since re-emerging onto the scene after his famous Taylor Swift moment, the MC rolled with the punches and campaigned his way back to the summit with one prize on his mind--the album that would change his career forever. That album became known as 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy,' the missing piece that people say would change ...

  • Which Actresses Have What it Takes to Star in 'Gatsby' and 'Dark Shadows'?

    Posted Nov 7th 2010 at 04:00 PM by John Mitchell

    In the last week or so, directors Baz Luhrmann ('Moulin Rouge') and Tim Burton ('Alice in Wonderland') announced their latest projects -- an adaptation of the classic novel 'The Great Gatsby' and a big-screen remake of the gothic TV soap opera 'Dark Shadows,' respectively. We already know a lot about the male casts of these films; Luhrmann seems to have lined up Leonardo DiCaprio as his Gatsby, an...


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