Remember all the stupid prank calls you made as a kid? Really bad gags like “is your refrigerator running? Then you’d better go catch it.” Well, Michael Jackson thought they were still really funny as an adult and tortured Russell Crowe with them for years.
James Marsden is pretty damned irresistible. He’s so sexy that he even makes Jack Black question his sexual orientation in the upcoming comedy The D Train.
Richard Madden, who plays Prince Charming in Disney’s live-action adaptation of Cinderella must have a massive D. The actor told Jimmy Kimmel the lengths he had to go to hide his scary genitalia from family audiences.
Recent Oscar-winner Julianne Moore is not only a gay icon but one of the greatest actresses of our time with a slew of fantastic performances in films such as Boogie Nights, Magnolia, The Hours and The Kids Are Alright under her belt. So screw Turkey’s ministry of culture and tourism for firing her from a promo for what they dubbed her “poor acting.”
Remember that time Janet Jackson worked with Giorgio Moroder?
Netflix has offered the first peek at Grace and Frankie, which reunites Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda, the iconic costars of the comedy classic 9 to 5, as women whose husbands (Sam Waterston and Martin Sheen) reveal they’re secret lovers and run off together. Another reason to be excited is it’s the latest project from Friends creator Marta Kauffman. The series will premiere May 8.