Who would’ve thought a rock song about handies would include such awesome riffs? And who knew there were so many creative lyrics about them? Before Jonah Hill became the star of “Superbad,” he was music producer “Slick Rubin” in this several-years-old Maroon 5 video. (How young does Adam Levine look here?) The skit is pretty hilarious, but the song itself is surprisingly fun to listen to. Something tells me that if Jonah actually wrote lyrics for the band, we’d be hearing something a bit more creative on the radio these days … if it wasn’t bleeped out. [Gawker]
I would like to use this great photo of Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill on the set of “22 Jump Street” to ask some questions that have been plaguing me about this film sequel. So, the undercover officers aren’t operating out of 21 Jump Street anymore? Did they make sure to have all of their mail forwarded? I assume that they had a pretty decent price on the old place, especially if it was rent stabilized, so 22 Jump Street is likely more expensive. And, seriously, what is so great about Jump Street? If I recall, the area is kind of lacking in charm. I mean, where is the nearest quaint coffee shop or artisanal cheese monger? You know? [Photo: Fame/Flynet]
Reasons why the reboot of “21 Jump Street” might suck: The Holly Robinson or Dustin Nguyen characters seem to be almost nonexistent. Also, Channing Tatum is a poor excuse for Johnny Depp. But who are we kidding? Ice Cube as Captain Dickson? Okay, okay. We’ll be seeing it in theaters (or at least on Netflix streaming).
Ahhh, “21 Jump Street.” The show that introduced us to our crush of the past 23 years, Johnny Depp. The premise was a little weak—a group of young-looking undercover officers investigate crimes committed by and to those who aren’t yet of age. (Check out the first 10 minutes of the pilot above.) Now, “Jump Street” is headed for the big screen. The stars attached? Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill. Wait, do we smell a buddy cop movie? Suffice it to say that Channing is no Johnny, but still—this could be pretty good. [EW] Keep reading »
Following in the footsteps of studs(?) Steve Martin, Burt Reynolds, Peter Sellers, and Jerry Seinfeld, Seth Rogan is about to become the 9th man to grace the cover of Playboy. We Frisky gals will for sure be reading the March issue of the men’s mag for the articles….but we also hope sexy Seth gets his own spread. Here’s are our five suggestions for how Playboy should photograph Hollywood’s hottest comedian… Keep reading »