Hey girl, it’s Ryan Gosling’s 32nd birthday.
With countless tumblrs, a new (sigh) relationship, and a slew of fan favorite movies, it’s been quite the year for the actor. And while that’s all fine and good (hey, the more Gos, the better), it’s time to look back on the days when Ryan Gosling stole our hearts years ago, as Noah from “The Notebook.”
His appearance alongside his real-life lady-to-be, Rachel McAdams in… Continue reading Ryan Gosling Birthday: 32 Reasons Why The Kiss From The Notebook Is The Best (VIDEO)
Team Peeta, time to show off your frosting abilities — it’s Josh Hutcherson’s 20th birthday!
After wowing audiences with his portrayal of District 12 tribute Peeta Mellark in the uber-popular “Hunger Games,” The Hutch has become one of the most lovable celebrities around outside the arena. (He’s charmed us, just like he charmed Caesar Flickerman!)
From sporting a pink motorcycle helmet to becoming the youngest recipient of the GLAAD Vanguard Award, he’s… Continue reading Josh Hutcherson Birthday: 20 Reasons We Love The 'Hunger Games' Star
Hike up your skirt, Mrs. Robinson. August 8 marks Dustin Hoffman’s 75th (!) birthday!
The legendary actor has appeared in countless films, including “The Graduate” and “All the President’s Men,” and given us dozens of lines to quote (cue “I’m an excellent driver” impressions). But, on the big 7-5, we thought it fitting to celebrate one of Dusty’s finest roles (and his feminine side) by looking back at 1982’s “Tootsie.”
Directed by… Continue reading Dustin Hoffman 75th Birthday: 24 Reasons Why 'Tootsie' Is The Best
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Put on your knee-highs and your collarless shirt from Fred Segal! July 19 marks the 17th anniversary of “Clueless.”
Directed by Amy Heckerling, the film describes Beverly Hills lifestyle (“Is this a Noxzema commercial or what?”) through the eyes of Cher… Continue reading 'Clueless' Movie Anniversary: 24 Reasons Why The '90s Movie Is Still The Best
In the 19 years since its release, “The Sandlot” has become the yardstick that all childhood summers are measured against.
The David M. Evans’s classic follows a gaggle of baseball-obsessed boys during the summer of 1962. But the 1993 film is more than a nostalgic look back on childhood, friendship and baseball. It also offers one of the best Fourth of July sequences ever set to film.
As the world is grilling… Continue reading July 4 Movies: 21 Reasons 'The Sandlot' Has The Best Independence Day Scene Ever