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Ryan Kwanten Helps Hurt Man In Street

Ryan Kwanten might be a blubbering hottie slash wannabe cop on “True Blood,” but in real life, he’s kind of heroic. On Friday night, he was driving in his car in Hollywood when he saw a man in the middle of the road who was bloody and unable to move. “No one was doing anything,” a witness says. “[Ryan] pulled up, saw the man down, jumped out of his car, and raced over to see if he could help.” Apparently, Ryan shouted for help and with several others, moved the man to the sidewalk. He stayed with him until an ambulance arrived. And you thought it was his six pack that was impressive? [PopEater]

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Men, Do You Have “Persecuted Male Syndrome”?


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It’s hard out there for white men. That’s why Roy Den Hollander is fighting the nefarious advances of gender equality, right at ground zero of feminism‘s proudest accomplishment: ladies’ night. Yes, two-for-one drinks deals could not be more threatening to the centuries of male privilege that guys have enjoyed. Hollander’s quest only got more difficult when an appeals court ruled in September 2010 that offering discounted drinks to certain clientele did not constitute “discrimination.” Now he’s fighting mad! On the “Difference Makers” segment of Thursday’s “The Colbert Report,” Stephen Colbert profiled self-titled anti-feminist lawyer Roy Den Hollander and his noble quest to rid the world of feminism and drink specials, and introduced us to the concept of PMS: “persecuted male syndrome.” Men, are you sufferers? [The Colbert Report] Keep reading »

Betty White’s New Show All About Pranking “Unsuspecting Youth Of America”

Betty White isn’t just the hottest star in Hollywood—she’s leading a movement to show us younger folk that old peeps are cool, too. NBC has ordered 12 episodes Betty’s new reality show, “Off Their Rockers.” For the show, hidden cameras will keep tabs on seven senior citizens as they play pranks on “the unsuspecting youth of America.” The series is already a hit in Belgium and South Korea, and Betty is excited to host the American version. “People have been telling me that I’m `off my rocker’ for years—now I can prove it,” she said. [NY Daily News] Keep reading »

“Grey’s Anatomy” Goes Musical Tonight


“Buffy the Vampire Slayer” did it once. “Glee” does it every week. Tonight’s “Grey’s Anatomy” will be a musical episode, tasking the cast with belting out tunes like The Fray’s “How to Save a Life,” Snow Patrol’s “Chasing Cars,” and Brandi Carlile’s “The Story.” The standout star of the night will be Sara Rameriez, who won a Tony for her performance in “Spamalot” on Broadway before joining the cast of “Grey’s.” The episode focuses around her, as her character Callie Torres dreams up the whole melody-filled thing when she is seriously injured in a car accident.

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Jennifer Aniston, Demi Moore And Alicia Keys To Direct Lifetime Short Movies

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So, apparently, Jennifer Aniston didn’t love our idea for her to direct an all female version of “The Three Amigos” starring herself, Courteney Cox, and Lisa Kudrow. Looks like she wanted something more meaty and heartfelt for her directorial debut. She has signed on for “Project Five,” a Lifetime project that will meld together five short films about different breast cancer survivors. And Jennifer won’t be the only famous director—Demi Moore and Alicia Keys will also be stepping behind the camera for the cause. Keep reading »

“Mad Men” Season Five Is A Go

Mad Men” season four was released today on DVD. So I felt ultra sad this morning when I read that season five was still in limbo and might not be happening due to creative differences between AMC and show creator Matthew Weiner—mainly, that the network was asking him to cut two minutes per episode, integrate product placement, and nix some actors from the ensemble for budgetary reasons. But hallelujah—much of the fussing seems to be over. AMC officially announced today that “Mad Men” will be returning for season five.

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