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Argo

When militants seize control of the U.S. embassy in Tehran during the height of the Iranian Revolution, CIA agent Tony Mendez… Read More

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The reviews are in: Ben Affleck’s latest film “Argo” is a success!

The film details the incredible true-life story of the Iranian hostage crisis and the U.S. diplomats who were rescued through an unusual mission where the CIA posed as a fake film… Continue reading Ben Affleck, 'Argo' Director And Star: Before He Was Famous

The house where Kevin McCallister swung his burglar-besting pain cans has been taken off the market.

Back in May, the sprawling booby-trapped home from 1990′s “Home Alone” went up for sale for a cool $ 2.4 million. (Hands on cheeks!)

The 14 bedroom/3.2 bath home boasts more than a terrifying basement and booby-trapped accoutrements — the Georgian mansion is situated just north of Chicago, on a half-acre of land, a stone’s throw… Continue reading 'Home Alone' House Sold: Famous House Sells For $1.58 Million

Pupating larval mass Donald Trump will probably not be the next U.S. president, but he’s still the most powerful, most gorgeous, most brilliant, and (duh) wealthiest A-hole in the known universe. As such, he attracts only la crème de la Z-list crème for The Celebrity Apprentice, the reality TV odyssey over which he presides annually on NBC. Which washed-up celebs will next yank a weave or stab an eye while… Continue reading Celebrity Apprentice: Meet the Latest Batch of Crazy Famous People!

The beloved Muppets have made seven feature films, and (like many of you), I’ve revisited the whole lot over the past week — both the “original trilogy” of The Muppet Movie (1979), The Great Muppet Caper (1981), and The Muppets Take Manhattan (1984) and the “secondary” trio that includes Muppet Christmas Carol (1992), Muppet Treasure Island (1996), and Muppets From Space (1999). And yes, I’ve seen the new movie, and… Continue reading The Essential Guide to Locating Famous Humans in Muppet Movies

famous foods oh my god Watch Heidi Montag and Danielle Staubs friendship bloom in Famous Food clip

On July 10, VH1 debuted its surreal and bizarre reality competition, “Famous Food.” Part “Top Chef,” part “Celebrity Rehab,” the show follows an apparently defeatist duo of restaurateurs looking for a celebrity backer for their latest venture.

And they’ll have to choose from one of the most ragtag casts in recent memory — including Eliot Spitzer call girl Ashley Dupre, “Bachelor” Jake Pavelka, “Sopranos”