Hewitt was born on February 21, 1979, in Waco, TX. She made her first appearance on television in 1984 in the show Kids Incorporated (which, coincidentally, once guest-starred Scott… [more]
Raised mostly by her mother after her parents divorced while she was still a baby, Jolie moved around a lot with her mother and brother. She also did a fair amount of traveling as a professional model, living in such places… [more]
made her feature debut in the 1998 remake of The Parent Trap. Born in New York
City, Lohan began modeling at age three. After appearing in numerous TV
commercials, Lohan moved to series TV with a role on the soap opera Another
World from 1996 to 1997. Cast as The Parent Trap’s scheming twin sisters after a
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Lawrence appeared on Conan Wednesday night to promote her sexy, ’70s flick American Hustle. Rather than dish on what Christian Bale is like in real life or whether or not Amy Adams is a natural redhead, Lawrence chose to regale the crowd with that awkward moment when a hotel maid found sex toys in her room. “Butt plugs,” to be exact. “Can you just trust me that it’s normal of a story?” she asked. Whatever you saw, Jenny! And how do you like your coffee again? Check out Lawrence’s disclaimer-laden story (“bought as joke” being our favorite) above, and try to think of another–if any–Hollywood star who could talk about butt plugs on national television without instantly being accused of sex addiction.
This is, of course, all in a day’s work for J. Law. During an international press conference for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Lawrence proved that the simple act of opening a pack of breath mints deserves an “awwww.”
How long before the backlash? Kidding–duh. Fitz and Olivia will be making jam in Vermont on a permanent basis long before the world could turn on J. Law. Refresh your memory on some of her other amazing moments, below.
There’s porn (and sex tapes) to suit every kink and curiosity out there, especially if you happen to be a fan of erotic actors parodying your favorite TV show or movie (with a whole lot of boning thrown into the mix). From Duck Dynasty and Parks & Recreation, to classic faves like Stars Wars and The Brady Bunch – if it exists on television or film, there’s a porn version. But the best part is comparing the spoofs — and their stars — to their real-life counterparts. Some are straight-up ridiculous (just try to get through the very bizarre and NSFW clip from Edward Penishands without laughing) while others are actually humorous send-ups with some decent acting done by well-endowed lookalikes. Check out our definitive gallery of porn actors and the people they parody and see if you can you tell the original apart from their XXX counterpart.
“I’m in a glass case of emotion!” “I love [insert lamp equivalent].” Those are the two lines I wind up quoting from Anchorman on a regular basis. It is without a doubt one of the most quotable movies of all time (maybe Mean Girls and Pulp Fiction come close). Now that Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues is finally in theaters, we’re very curious to see whether it will have at least one “Milk was a bad choice.” In the meantime, VH1 News asked Will Ferrell and company what lines they love from the first movie, and which ones they never want to hear again.
” ‘I want to be on you,’ we get a surprising amount,” writer/director Adam McKay told us. “We were down in Australia and people were yelling that out constantly, and I gotta say, it rejuvenates my belief in mankind.”
Steve Carell is partial to “60 percent of the time, it works every time,” while Christina Applegate wishes she heard David Koechner’s “I’d like to put barbecue sauce on that [butt] and just munchmunchmunch” more often.
Fan-turned-sequel-star Meagan Good thinks more people should work “San Di-ago, a whale’s vagina” into regular conversation. And we whole-heartedly agree.
Is there anything the stars don’t want to hear again? “I don’t necessarily need anyone to call me ‘Tits McGee,’ after everything I’ve been through,” Applegate, a breast cancer survivor, told us. “But’s that’s OK. I think it’s funny.”