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courteney-cox-birthday.jpg Happy birthday, Courteney Cox!

The “Cougar Town” star turns 50 on Sunday (June 15), making her the second
“Friends” star to hit the big 5-0 after Lisa Kudrow. So let’s celebrate Cox’s big day by reminding ourselves why Monica Gellar was the absolute best.

Spoiler alert: It’s her dancing. It’s always her dancing.… Continue reading Happy birthday, Courteney Cox: Why Monica is the best 'Friends' character

According to the current official list of most popular baby names, which was issued by the Social Security Administration this week, the number one boy’s name in America is Noah. And as the SSA’s press release for the unveiling noted yesterday, that’s based on births in 2013 and not reflective of the success or popularity of the movie Noah. Due to the movie’s… Continue reading What Is the Greatest Movie Character Name of All Time?

Arnold Schwarzenegger returns to screens this month in Sabotage (3/28), where he plays a tough DEA agent who finds his fellow officers under attack after they rob a drug-cartel safe house. We’re so stoked to see Arnold back on the big screen playing a big, burly, gun-wielding badass that we thought it might be fun to pit classic Arnold Schwarzenegger characters against each other to see which one ultimately comes… Continue reading Which Arnold Schwarzenegger Character Would Win in a Fight? (Infographic)

con artist christian bale american hustleChristian Bale’s epic comb-over in “American Hustle” deserves its own special Oscar, but if you’re curious whether his character’s real-life counterpart had such bad hair — now you can see for yourself!”60 Minutes” released a 1981 interview with Mel Weinberg, the con artist who was the basis for the Oscar-nominated Bale’s character Irving Rosenfeld.

Weinberg was at the heart of the FBI’s… Continue reading Here's the Real Con Artist Behind Christian Bale's 'American Hustle' Character (VIDEO)

Note: In honor of the Academy Awards this Sunday, we’re reposting some of our favorite Oscar-related posts from years past. The following was first published on 2/22/13.

If you pay close enough attention to the films of Joel and Ethan Coen, you may have already realized that all of them are edited by a man named Roderick Jaynes, known as a bit of a cranky British recluse… Continue reading Read a Funny Story from the First Fictional Character to Ever Earn an Oscar Nomination