• An attempted explanation of how poor old boring Ryan Reynolds has become a big star. I can answer that in eight words: Two Guys a Girl and a Pizza Place. Duh, hello. -Salon
  • Warner Bros. settled the Hangover II face tattoo lawsuit. And in one moment all of your hard work became useless trash. Oh well. L’art pour l’art. (Correct.) -The Hollywood Reporter
  • People from popular culture on money. Print it out and use it to get into frat parties and then ask for change back. Just kidding don’t do that! Definitely don’t do that. But think about if you did. -Buzzfeed
  • Tracy Morgan, professional apologizer, returned to Nashville to apologize and hug the guy who wrote the Facebook post hear ’round the blogs. -TheDailyWhat
  • David Chang, celebrity chef, shows you and Jimmy Fallon how to make ramen for your hangovers. -Late Night
  • Here’s a deleted scene from the first season of Louie! -Splitsider
  • “No, I’M the real Jeff Buckley movie. “No, I’M the real Jeff Buckley movie.” “Well if YOU’RE the real Jeff Buckley movie, why don’t you tell me something that only the real Jeff Buckley movie would know?” “Because I don’t see how that would help things, there are only two of us, how could you possibly know if it was true unless we were BOTH the real Jeff Buckley movies?” “Ahhhh!!” And, scene.  -FilmDrunk
  • Lindsay Lohan shot a very professional commercial for a very professional company while under very professional house arrest. -The Superficial
  • Do you prefer the Matthew Morrison spoof of Matthew Morrison, or Matthew Morrison non-spoof of Matthew Morrison? You can only choose one! The spoof has Nate in it! -Celebuzz
  • Lil Jon talks about his association with The Devil’s Double, why he doesn’t want to be a movie star, and then a joke about something concerning Lil Jon that I don’t know because I don’t really know anything about him unfortunately. -Movieline
Comments (22)
  1. Ryan Reynolds is a star because he emulated Jason Lee as closely as possible without jumping on the Kevin Smith bandwagon.

  2. I prefer Matthew Morrison as presented by Bing, thank you very much.

  3. Hey Salon writer, PRO TIP: Comparing “Two Guys, A Girl, and A Pizza Place” and “Van Wilder” to “Saved By The Bell” makes it look like you don’t really know what you’re talking about.

      Ryan had cut out a niche for himself playing the smarmy “Saved by the Bell” types, like on ABC’s short-lived series “Two Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place,” or “Van Wilder,” a role that led to an odd reprise in “Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle.”

      The more you read that, the less sense it makes. I’m not sure that this writer has ever seen Saved By The Bell, or really understands what “reprise” means.

  4. OMG, Hollywood, please please please don’t eff up the story of Jeff Buckley. PLEASE!
    Sincerely, Me.

    • I’ll beit their use of “Hallelujah” is going to be much less moving than it should be, thanks to that song having been used way, WAY too much. I mean, I still love that song, especially the Jeff Buckley version, but I think Hollywood’s use of it jumped the shark around the time it appeared on a movie about an animated ogre and his talking donkey friend.

    • My uncle knew Jeff Buckley in New York in the nineties and apparently he was an egotistical, narcissistic prick.

  5. That celebrity currency post will haunt my dreams tonight. Especially the Bieber one.

  6. Huh. That Lohan commercial may actually be longer and more narrative than her recent “short film”.

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