To promote their comedy “This Is the End,” currently in theaters, stars Danny McBride, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, James Franco, and Craig Robinson — who play “themselves” in the movie — have filmed a urine-doused “Real World” send-up, also as debauched versions of themselves.
The resulting short is laugh-out-loud funny, and Franco’s pee-themed poem alone makes it worth a watch. But first, a word of warning… Continue reading 'This Is the End' Cast Reunites for Hilarious 'Real World' Parody
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A nine-year-old girl had a dream come true when she threw out the first pitch at a Tampa Bay Rays MLB game on Thursday, but it was what happened afterwards that was really a dream come true.
Alayna Adams‘s father — an Afghanistan soldier who hasn’t seen his family in a year because he’s been serving — was disguised behind the plate as the catcher.
After William Adams caught… Continue reading Soldier Disguised As Baseball Catcher Reunites With Daughter After She Throws Out First Pitch
To say that the relationship between Castiel and Dean on “Supernatural”
has been tumultuous is definitely an understatement. They’ve saved each
others’ lives and betrayed each other — and this season, we’re slowly
learning about their year in Purgatory. When Dean escaped with Benny,
all he’d say about Castiel was that he “didn’t make it” and that Dean
Luckily, Castiel didn’t die in Purgatory… Continue reading 'Supernatural': Castiel reunites with Dean in 'A Little Slice of Kevin'
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Just in time for February sweeps, Grey’s Anatomy will travel to a parallel universe in which Derek (Patrick Dempsey) and Addison (Kate Walsh) never broke up.
The “What If?” episode takes off after Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) wonders what would have been different in her life if her mother (Kate Burton) had never been afflicted with Alzheimer’s. With that kind of… Continue reading ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ scoop: ‘What If’ episode reunites Derek and Addison
So we’re a few days late on this adorable little video clip, but hey, better late than never! Long story short: Entertainment Weekly’s latest issue is dedicated to reunions of all kinds, and one of their best picks was the classic 1987 adventure movie The Princess Bride. Gathered together for a video shoot (and interview) were actors Cary “Westley” Elwes, Robin “Buttercup” Wright, Billy “Miracle… Continue reading 'Princess Bride' Cast Reunites for an Interview; Universe Smiles