Joseph Gordon-Levitt is having quite the year. The 31-year-old starred in 'The Dark Knight Rises' this summer, his time travel thriller 'Looper' hits theaters today, and in November he will be in Steven Spielberg's 'Lincoln.'
JGL was also the star of a recent Obama-themed photo meme, in which the 'Inception' star is combined with the President and the First Lady and all are making very sour faces. He discussed the picture during an appearance on 'Conan.'
'Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead' made it pretty clear from the title what the movie was going to be about. In the 1991 comedy, the five Crandell kids are left in the care of a strict elderly babysitter when their mom leaves for a two-month Australian vacation. When the mean old bat up and dies, they decide to not to relay the news to mom and instead live out their summer free from rules and grown-ups.
On the strength of playing breakfast meat connoisseur Ron Swanson on 'Parks And Recreation,' we think it's safe to call Nick Offerman a bacon expert.
However, we weren't aware of the depth of his dedication to the cured meat until we saw this video from CollegeHumor. In it, the mustachioed 42-year-old uses slam poetry to pay tribute to the internet's favorite food.
In 'Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory,' the film adaptation of the classic Roald Dahl children's novel 'Charlie & The Chocolate Factory,' five kids win a "Golden Ticket" that allows them to tour Willy Wonka's wondrous chocolate factory.
The five young actors who played the Golden Ticket winners each turned in memorable performances as the proverbial kids in the candy store. None of the actors were particularly well-known when the film came out in 1971, and for most of them 'Charlie & Chocolate Factory' represents the pinnacle of their acting career. See what each Golden Ticket winner is up to these days.
You've probably already seen the photo of Big Apple Pizza owner Scott Van Duzer giving Barack Obama a mighty bear hug hug during a campaign stop the President made in Fort Pierce, FL over the weekend.
The picture started to go viral on Sunday, and suddenly Van Duzer became an instant-celebrity who is currently making the media rounds. But when the muscular 46-year-old, a self-proclaimed Republican, said he would also be voting for his new hug buddy it didn't sit well with some conservatives.
While never a huge hit during its original run, 'The Brady Bunch' just grew and grew in pop cultural significance after getting canceled in 1974. So to cash in on the series' unusual trajectory its creators reunited the original cast for various TV movies, variety shows, spin-offs and TV specials throughout the '70s and '80s. Then, finally, in 1995, they rebooted the squeaky clean franchise with all new actors.
Megan Fox, who was featured in Motorola's 2010 Super Bowl ad, isn't quite the internet-search dominating It Girl that she was three or four years ago. However she's had a nice little comeback of sorts with a role in the Judd Apatow movie 'This is 40.' And Fox is still really hot, which was the premise of Motorola's commercial.
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