As if naming their sloppy Joe sandwich a “Manwich” wasn’t macho enough, a company is now explaining why commercials advertising their product show dudes talking about “feminine” or “gay” topics like hair and musical theater and then getting smacked in the face while a male voice growls, “It’s called a Manwich!”
This guy uses hair products? Given to him by a guy named Alejandro? Smack him!
“Easy A,” starring Emma Stone, was a fun flick about a girl branded as a “slut” in high school. Funny it ’twas, but realistic? Not quite. “Daydream Nation” (which hits theaters on April 15 in Canada and May 6 in the U.S.) looks a hell of a lot more realistic. Kat Dennings stars as a high school girl who arrives in a new town with a reputation and, it seems from the trailer, sets her sights on both a hot guy and a hot teacher. Looks good!
Last year, when “Glee” premiered, we were all about New Directions. But this year, we find most of them boring with the exceptions of Brittany, Puck, and Santana. Nope, this year—like the rest of the country—we are all about The Warblers. So we were pretty excited when we heard that Kurt, Blaine, and the rest of the prep school jacketed crew would be releasing their own album on April 19. It’ll have their hits from the show, like “Teenage Dream” and “Bills, Bills, Bills,” plus a few new ones. Above, a sneak peak of one new track—the dudes’ take on Keane’s “Somewhere Only We Know.”
The Beastie Boys released a trailer Thursday for their 30-minute short “Fight for Your Right — Revisited” in support of the trio’s forthcoming new album Hot Sauce Committee Part Two. And it’s a doozy.
As MGM used to say, there’s more stars here than in the heavens: Danny McBride, Seth Rogen, Elijah Wood, Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly, Jack Black, Rainn Wilson, Rashida Jones, Jason Schwartzman, Ted Danson, Steve Buscemi, Stanley Tucci, Susan Sarandon, Chloë Sevigny, Will Arnett, Kirsten Dunst, Maya Rudolph, Martin Starr, Laura Dern, David Cross, Orlando Bloom and Zach Galifianakis (not all are in the trailer — see who you can spot after the jump).
We haven’t seen the film — it premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival — but the video gives you an idea of the insanity that goes on. Read more…Keep reading »
Earlier this week, Justin Bieber brought his mom, Pattie Mallette—yes the same one Playboy was desperate to get for a spread—on stage during a show in Berlin. It was her birthday and The Bieb had gotten her a cake. He had the audience sing “Happy Birthday” to her as she blew out the candles. Only, her hair blew into the flames. In this video, it doesn’t look like much, but as Justin tweeted later, “Sick show in Berlin … brought @studiomama on stage 2 sing her happy bday but she lit her hair on fire with the candles. lol. i saved her. Don’t worry it wasnt bad.” The smell, on the other hand, probably was. [Radar Online] Keep reading »
While “Scream 4″ reunites original cast members Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette, the movie is packed with young newbies — and we went one-on-one with two new potential Ghostface victims.
TooFab talked with Aimee Teegarden and Nico Tortorella about being a part of the new flick, working with the original cast and of course, what their favorite scary movies are.
Though 21-year-old Aimee (in the clip above) says she watched the first three movies with her grandma growing up, the same can’t be said for Nico, who tells us “I hadn’t seen any of the first three movies until after I auditioned. I was a bit young when those movies were coming out and I was never a go-to horror movie type of kid.” Read more…Keep reading »