“I don’t think I’ve ever been more embarrassed in my life.”
-Hugh Jackman told PopSugar about a risqué scene he filmed with his “Butter” costar Jennifer Garner. He goes on to explain:
“There was one scene where we make out in a car, but it’s never seen - you only hear it. … [The] sound guy, the director, me and Jen Garner got in a car to make making love sounds. It’s kind of humiliating. Particularly, as we discovered, he couldn’t record us both at the same time. So one had to perform, then the other had to perform. And I’m really glad she went first because I never would have gone as far as she did.”
"Butter," a Midwestern-set comedy about butter carving, hits theaters in 2012.
Poor Raj, he seems doomed to live a dateless existence, a fact which was made even more clear on Thursday night's "Big Bang Theory."
For one brief, shining moment, he seemed to hit it off with a friend of Penny's, a deaf girl, who sadly was only in it for his money.
That's right, the Koothrappalis are "halfway between Bruce Wayne and Scrooge McDuck," according to Howard. Who knew?
Ants will rock this weekend's Michael Jackson tribute concert... in a manner of speaking.
Alien Ant Farm, the alt rock band that can claim a surprisingly long history with the late King of Pop, is on the bill. The group famously recorded a cover of Jackson's "Smooth Criminal", which hit No. 1 on the modern rock charts in 2001.
The band will be performing that song along with a version of MJ's "PYT" at the Michael Forever concert in Cardiff, Wales, on Saturday.
The Situation might be the most annoying person in the history of reality TV.
And that’s a bold statement, considering how many installments of “The Real Housewives” exist.
Following Snooki and Jionni’s spat - which caused him to leave Italy and her to climb in bed with Vinny for… moral support - last night’s episode was just mediocre.
If Kurt Cobain could come back from the dead, it sounds like he wouldn’t be alive for long.
Courtney Love tells Vanity Fair in the magazine’s November issue that she’d kill him if she were to ever lay eyes on him again.
“If he came back right now, I’d have to kill him for what he did to us. I’d f-–ng kill him,” she says. Actually, scratch that: “I’d f-- him, then I’d kill him.” A woman has to have her priorities.
On Wednesday, 162 contestants of the "X Factor" went to boot camp, but only 100 stuck around. By Thursday, 68 more artists were sent packing as well. Here's how it all went down:
Day two of boot camp went similarly to day one, as we saw more artists take the stage to perform together as a group, singing one hit song chosen by their vocal coach.
First up were seven acts put together in one group, which included brother and sister Gina and Chris Rene and Nashville native Brennan Hunt. The group was bold enough to take on Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On," and it was amazing. They really blended well together, particularly since they all had such different vocal styles.
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