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Neil Patrick Harris And Matthew Morrison Dream On

One more silver lining to the end of “Lost”? We’ll no longer be plagued by the internal debate about which to watch in real time—”Lost” or “Glee.” Because you were no doubt curious to see which candidate is taking over for Jacob in the last regular episode of the former, you probably missed last night’s amazing “Glee” episode, which featured Neil Patrick Harris along with Idina Menzel. Never fear. Here is the highlight—Neil and Matthew Morrison’s “Dream On” duet. You are welcome. Keep reading »

The Freaky Parallels Between The New “Smurfs” And “Muppets” Movies

I’m sensing a trend here. First, a major studio announces that they’ll be making an update of a mega-popular kids franchise: Columbia/Sony are making “The Smurfs: The Movie” and Disney will soon start filming a new “Muppet Movie.” Both flicks will be a mixture of animation/puppets with live-action actors. Last week, it was announced last that Neil Patrick Harris had landed the lead role in “The Smurfs.” So guess who was announced today as the lead in the “Muppets”? None other than Neil’s “How I Met Your Mother” co-star, Jason Segel. What’s next—”Care Bears” starring Josh Radnor? Keep reading »

Quickies: Neil Patrick Harris To Smurf It Up & Robert Pattinson In Wax

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We’re Singing A Happy Tune About These Possible “Glee” Guest Stars

I’m counting down the days until April 13, 2010, aka the day my new television guilty pleasure “Glee” returns with new episodes. Will Emma and Will finally get it on? What about Rachel and Finn? And what about Quinn and Puck’s love child? As if we weren’t excited enough already, the little gossip birdies are starting to chirp about possible guest stars for next season. Let’s just say that that creator Ryan Murphy has been talking to “How I Met Your Mother” star Neil Patrick Harris and sources say he may be breaking out his jazz shoes for a little song and dance, gleek-style. [EW]

After the jump, some more possible “Glee” guest appearances that we’re stoked about. Keep reading »

If “HIMYM”‘s Barney Can Do It: Other TV Characters I Want To Find Love

I’ve been obsessively watching “How I Met Your Mother” after discovering it late (super late) in the third season. Actually, I let it slip that I wasn’t watching it and then got harangued by everyone I knew for not knowing what it meant to be the married “Lily” of the group. Since then, I’ve been loving Neil Patrick Harris‘ bad Barney. His Lothario-dude, who would be a creepy, sadistic psychopath in real life, is adorable on TV as he wham-bam-thank-you-ma’ams his way through the ladies of New York. Except, this season he is adorable in a brand-new way. He’s found love with Robin, an uncomfortable, wince-inducing, awesome, making-out and having-googly-eyed-Sunday-brunch kind of love. And I love that he’s in love. Which got me thinking about all the other fictional characters that I’ve wanted to watch fall in love. Or at least get kissed. Keep reading »

Will Neil Patrick Harris Be The Gay Shepherd Of Hollywood?

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How do I love Neil Patrick Harris? Let me count the ways. I love him for his incessant high-fiving on “How I Met Your Mother” and for making me actually feel empathy for the world’s ultimate cad. I love him for suiting up in a white tuxedo to host Sunday’s Emmy Awards. I love him for his diabolical turn in Joss Whedon‘s too-fun-for-TV “Dr. Horrible’s Sing-a-Long Blog.” I love him for having a kick-ass voice and doing the Broadway thing with ease. I love him for his cameos in “Harold and Kumar” movies. I love him for the sexy creased brow. I love him for playing a teenage doctor who posed deep questions about the meaning of relationships to his computer eons before Carrie Bradshaw.

But more than anything, I love Neil Patrick Harris for being openly gay. Keep reading »

Quickies!: Jackson Funeral To Be Held At The Staples Center?

  • Michael Jackson’s funeral is reportedly being held at the L.A. Staples Center next Tuesday, July 7 — the same date he signed his will seven years ago. [Starpulse]
  • Director Michael Bay (who is behind the “Transformers” movies) agrees that his star, Megan Fox, says “ridiculous things.” [Starpulse] — Finally, a dude who hates her as much as we do. Okay, maybe he doesn’t hate her.
  • Lady Gaga bares all for V magazine. [V Magazine] — Is the Lady GaGa-licious, or just GaGa-slutty? You be the judge.

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Katy Perry Plays Shun, Shag, Or Marry

So I guess we’re not the only ones shunning, shagging, and marrying? On a recent Australian radio show, “Kyle and Jackie O,” Katy Perry was posed the familiar question: Shoot, shag or marry? The players: Pete Wentz, Benji Madden, John Mayer. Perry didn’t take long to answer. “Well, Pete seems like a really good dad, as of lately. So no offense Ashley, if you believe in multiple wives, I would marry Pete.” Okay, agreed. Then she followed up with this: “I don’t know if I could marry John Mayer, it would just be so intense. I’d definitely shag the s**t out of him though. I can go on record saying that.” Whoa. John Mayer, I’m sure you can get Katy’s number. CALL HER. [X17]

Of course, that left Benji. “I guess I’d have to shoot Benji, he’s a nice guy, but someone’s got to go down.”
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The Top 10 Male Nude Scenes of 2008

Nudity expert Mr. Skin complied a list of celebrity ladies who took it all off in the name of their art this past year. From Angelina Jolie to Mena Suvari, there were some choice bare babes, but 2008 didn’t slight the men either. There was a whole lot of manhood captured for movies and even network television. Thanks to these hotties, 2008 will be remembered as the year of nude dudes! In honor of these studs, we’ve put together a list of guys who flash more than their smiles at the cameras. Here’s looking at you, boys!

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Prop 8: The Musical

The passing of Prop 8, the California bill banning gay marriage, has been causing marches, rallies, debates, and now it’s even spawned a musical! With an all-star line up including John C. Reilly, Neil Patrick Harris, Kathy Najimy, Rashida Jones, Maya Rudolph, Margaret Cho, Andy Richter, and Jack Black as Jesus, here’s hoping jazz hands can stop the hate. Even if you aren’t famous and you can’t sing and dance, your voice still needs to be heard, so if you want to do your part, Join The Impact. [Funny Or Die] Keep reading »

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