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  • Angelina Jolie Turns Down Bin Laden Questions

    Posted May 12th 2011 at 11:02 AM by Zach Dionne

    Angelina Jolie, Jack Black and Dustin Hoffman gave an odd press conference at the Cannes Film Festival today, detailed in a highly entertaining report over at Vulture. According to reporter Jada Yuan, Jolie, who voices Tigress in the computer animated 'Kung Fu Panda 2' and its predecessor, was grilled about "Jolie's children, Jolie's motherhood, Jolie playing tough women, Jolie playing a...

  • Beyonce Is Back! 'Girls (Who Run The World)' Leaks Online

    Posted Apr 19th 2011 at 09:55 AM by John Mitchell

    These days, it's pretty much impossible to keep a song off the web once fans catch wind that it exists -- see Lady Gaga's 'Judas' for another recent example -- so when photos of Beyonce on the set of her latest music video turned up online last week, it was really only a matter of time before her new tune, 'Girls (Who Run the World),' found its way onto the interweb. Produced by Diplo and...

  • 'Glee' to Cover Rebecca Black's 'Friday'

    Posted Apr 14th 2011 at 01:20 PM by AOL TV Editors

    The cast of 'Glee' will be having "fun, fun, fun, fun" pretty soon. Confused? Well, it was bound to happen. The cast of 'Glee' will reportedly cover Rebecca Black's YouTube sensation 'Friday.' According to Vulture, the song will get the 'Glee' treatment from cast members Kevin McHale, Chord Overstreet and Mark Salling. This isn't the first time 'Glee' has covered an uber-popular song. They...

  • Taylor Lautner Kicks Ass, Takes Names in 'Abduction' Trailer

    Posted Apr 14th 2011 at 12:25 PM by Sarah Crow

    It looks like Taylor Lautner's transformation from boy next door to muscle-bound hunk for his role as Jacob Black will come in handy even after 'Twilight' saga comes to an end in 2012. The 19-year-old heartthrob shows off his fit physique and ass-kicking skills in action-thriller 'Abduction,' scheduled for release this fall. In the film, Lautner plays a high school student with a dark...

  • John Legend Tells Donald Trump to Quit 'Saying That Racist Bulls**t' About Barack Obama

    Posted Apr 8th 2011 at 11:07 AM by Zach Dionne

    John Legend isn't happy with Donald Trump. But it's not so much The Donald's supposed ambitions to run for president in 2012 that have upset the Grammy-winning pianist; it's Trump's insistence on questioning Barack Obama's nationality. "He needs to stop saying that racist bulls**t birther s**t," Legend told told Vulture last night in New York City. "Quote me please. He should be ashamed of...

  • Bill Murray Will Play Franklin Delano Roosevelt

    Posted Mar 30th 2011 at 04:38 PM by Moviefone Editors

    It's been a long while since Bill Murray has taken on a serious role. Even in his more dramatic recent fare like 'The Limits of Control' or 'Passion Play,' his characters have offered a slice of charismatic levity in an otherwise more serious environment. But now, as 'Ghostbusters' fans eagerly await his thoughts on the planned third installment, Murray is turning his attention to something a...

  • Elton John Goofs Around in 'SNL' Promo

    Posted Mar 30th 2011 at 11:30 AM by Zach Dionne

    Elton John is set to pull off a double play this weekend, hosting and performing as musical guest on 'Saturday Night Live.' Sir Elton is the first guest in the 36th season to perform this feat. Although the episode promo with Jason Sudeikis [via Vulture] is shorter than the usual midweek clips hyping the upcoming show, there's some silliness going on and a goofy tribute to English comedy staple...

  • Video: 'Angry Birds' Spoofed as a War Movie

    Posted Mar 28th 2011 at 10:34 AM by Zach Dionne

    'Angry Birds' is the most addictive thing since Tetris, but it's equally thin on story (pigs steal eggs, birds get mad, birds smash into stuff for revenge). The Internet is doing its damnedest to get Hollywood to remedy that plot deficiency, starting with talk of a big budget film. In a new spoof trailer envisioning what 'Angry Birds' would be like as a war movie directed by Michael Bay (who...

  • James Franco Takes Dig at Oscar Writer on Twitter

    Posted Mar 22nd 2011 at 10:05 AM by Kelly Fisher

    It's no secret that James Franco's hosting job wasn't really up to par. Critics slammed his barely there attitude and general awkwardness during the telecast. But when Oscar joke writer Bruce Vilanch opened up to New York magazine's Vulture blog about Franco's flop, the actor took to Twitter to return a dig at Vilanch. "He has so many balls in the air, he didn't get to town till Thursday before...

  • When It Comes To the Music, Is There More To Britney Spears Than Meets the Eye?

    Posted Mar 15th 2011 at 09:01 PM by John Mitchell

    Pop-Ed: It's Britney, b**ch! Kind of. After leaking online a few days ago, reviews are starting to pour in for Britney Spears' latest release, 'Femme Fatale,' and the consensus seems to be that the pop star has delivered "another 'Blackout,'" which in the parlance of Spears' fans means it's good -- real good. For many critics and especially the singer's fans, 'Blackout,' the 2007 album...

  • Video: Matthew Morrison and Zooey Deschanel Sing Duet

    Posted Mar 11th 2011 at 11:50 AM by Sarah Crow

    Like everyone in this world, celebrities need jobs to pay the bills, but unfortunately for them, many of their kooky career moves end up immortalized on film. Case in point: Matthew Morrison and Zooey Deschanel sharing some fairy-tale romance in Disney's 2005 TV version of musical 'Once Upon a Mattress.' Morrison and Deschanel, who have both parlayed their superior singing skills into...

  • Lil Wayne Scolded by Adorable Little Girls in Music Video

    Posted Mar 3rd 2011 at 04:49 PM by Sarah Crow

    Lil Wayne's got bling, babes and enough cash to make it rain in biblical proportions. What he doesn't always seem to have is a lot of respect for women or a particularly pleasant vocabulary, according to girl group Watoto From the Nile. The three-piece ensemble, made up of Nia, 10, Nya, 9, and Kamaria, 5, has penned 'Letter to Lil Wayne,' an eloquent plea for Wayne to clean up his...

  • Is Mila Kunis Headed to 'Oz' With James Franco?

    Posted Feb 21st 2011 at 08:30 AM by Kelly Fisher

    A trip back to 'Oz' just got interesting. According to sources, Mila Kunis is reportedly eying a leading role opposite James Franco in a prequel to 'The Wizard of Oz.' According to Vulture, Kunis has turned down the lead role in Warner Bros.' 'Akira' in favor of director Sam Raimi's 'Oz, The Great and Powerful.' She is apparently interested in the role of Theodorah, who eventually becomes the...

  • James Van Der Beek to Play Himself in ABC Pilot

    Posted Feb 17th 2011 at 07:15 AM by AOL TV Editors

    James Van Der Beek has clearly learned to embrace his past. On the heels of those hilarious Funny or Die videos and the "Why didn't I think of that?" web venture known as James Van Der Memes comes the news that the former 'Dawson's Creek' actor is set to star in the ABC pilot 'Don't Trust the B***h in Apt. 23' -- as himself. According to Vulture, the man formerly known as Dawson Leery will...

  • James Franco Says 'I Love You' in Song

    Posted Feb 14th 2011 at 05:30 PM by Kiki Von Glinow

    Actor, writer, Oscar host and now singer. According to Vulture, Cynthia Rowley fashion show attendees got the first taste of James Franco as a recording artist when models stomped the runway to his new song, 'I Love You.' James collaborated with Kalup Linzy for the pop-funk tune, which is just the first of an unfinished EP from the duo. Rowley called on house music mix-masters The Misshapes to...


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