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Ryan Reynolds Sports A Tattoo Of … Himself

This week’s Entertainment Weekly cover story is titled “Why I’m Obsessed With Ryan Reynolds, By Ryan Reynolds.” So fittingly, Ryan posed for the cover sporting a fake tattoo on his bicep of his own face. The story inside is just as entertaining. “[Ryan] spent a great deal of time with his older brothers and, in turn, his brothers were very close to him. Usually within striking distance,” he writes. Later, in a paragraph about living green, Ryan says, “Reynolds is also careful not to get too self-righteous, and is not one of those finger-wagging celebrities telling you how to live your life. He prefers to put the word out quietly, through the exciting mediums of interpretive dance and Japanese hand fans.” Cute. [EW] Keep reading »

Jason Bateman Gets Buried In The Sand

Happy Memorial Day! Behold, the latest cover of Entertainment Weekly. It is basically everything I want on this holiday—the beach and Jason Bateman. EW has dubbed Jason the official “Boy of Summer 2011″ since he has two movies coming out in rapid succession—”Horrible Bosses” and “The Change-Up,” co-starring Ryan Gosling. Personally, I love that Jason agreed to get buried in the sand for this shoot. But man do I wish EW had used their alternate cover, in the inset, as the main one. So cute. Plus, it makes me want a sandcastle hat. [EW] Keep reading »

Taylor Swift Is Entertainer Of The Year? We Prefer Jon Hamm Or Jane Lynch.

Today, Entertainment Weekly‘s annual Entertainers of the Year issue hits newsstands. And Taylor Swift is on the cover, in a suit and bowtie, touching the rim of her top hat. It’s pretty obvious why EW decided to bestow the honor upon TayTay, making her their youngest Entertainer of the Year ever. This year, she reeled in four Grammys, starred in “Valentine’s Day,” and had some high-profile romances, including with hot new boyfriend Jake Gyllenhaal. Not to mention that her new album, Speak Now, has sold more than a million copies, making it the biggest release in five years. But still, she’s so … milquetoast. Keep reading »

Bareback Mounting

Yet another nakey magazine cover. But somehow Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal manage to make it squeaky clean on Entertainment Weekly. Altogether now … awwwww. Just one week until we get to see two full naked-ish hours of these two in “Love and Other Drugs.” Keep reading »

Who Are The 10 Highest Grossing Actors Under 40?

Entertainment Weekly had a question: Which stars under the age of 40 are the biggest draw at the box office? So the magazine did a little math, adding up the box office takes of the flicks they’ve starred in and ranking them by their box office average. So who would you guess came out on top? See the top 10 after the jump. Hint: only one lady made the cut. Keep reading »

“True Blood”: What We Know Is Happening This Season

Hope everyone has already started planning their viewing party—Sunday night is the premiere of “True Blood” on HBO. I haven’t figured out what food I’m going to serve, but I know that for drinks, we’ll be having True Bloody Marys. I have very high hopes for season three of the show, especially after reading this week’s “TB”-themed issue of Entertainment Weekly, which is full of fleshy plot tidbits. After the jump the Cliffs Notes. And, uh, SPOILER ALERT. Keep reading »

Gwyneth Snubbed By Entertainment Weekly, Plus Other Stars Who Don’t Move Magazines

The new Entertainment Weekly is on newsstands today, and it features the stars of “Iron Man 2.” There’s Robert Downey Jr., of course, along with Scarlett Johansson and Mickey Rourke. But wait a second, isn’t Gwyneth Paltrow in that flick, too? According to this morning’s New York Post, Gwyneth was intentionally snubbed for the cover because “rightly or wrongly, the editors feel any cover with Paltrow is newsstand suicide.” Cold diss! [New York Post] Keep reading »

Wednesday Quickies!

  • These faceless “Anonymous” people scare the bejeezus out of us. [DListed]
  • 10 ways to make office coffee taste better when you’re craving Starbucks but can’t leave (and don’t feel like spending $4 on a freakin’ drink). [Shine]
  • Entertainment Weekly picked their favorite swimsuits from movies. We like the one Annette Funicello wore in Beach Party. [EW.com]
  • An interview with the founder of CrazyBlindDate.com. [Daily Bedpost]
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    Quick Pic: Sex And The City Has Its Fans & Foes


    Bad or good, we’re going opening night. [Current issues of Time Out New York and Entertainment Weekly, 5/5/08] Keep reading »

    Tina Fey Hits The Newsstand And Faces MILF Island

    30 Rock was finally back on TV last night, after the long hiatus during the writer’s strike. We’re thrilled! And so must be the media, because Frisky fave Tina Fey is on two major magazine covers this month, Marie Claire and Entertainment Weekly. (She’s also got the comedy Baby Mama coming out soon, alongside Amy Poehler.) Oh, and on last night’s episode of 30 Rock, Liz Lemon was disgusted by the network’s latest hit, MILF Island. See what it’s all about, after the jump. Keep reading »

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