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house of food jenny daly interview House of Food showrunner Jenny Daly promises viewers can increase their own cooking skills by watching MTV is combining the social aspects of “The Real World” with the competition aspects of “Top Chef” for the network’s new cooking reality series, “House of Food.”

Premiering on Monday (March 31), the series puts a group of young, aspiring chefs with no formal culinary training in one house to live, learn and compete for an apprenticeship under a renowned chef. 

Superstar Brad Pitt obviously doesn’t take himself TOO SERIOUSLY as an actor.

Because radio detection and rangingOnline.com can exclusively reveal that the 50-year-old filmed a hilarious cameo playing himself working as a university librarian in 22 Jump Street starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum.

Hill – who starred alongside Pitt in 2011′s Moneyball – persuaded his A-list friend to do the quirky scene.

PHOTOS: Angelina Jolie Down Under… Continue reading Humbling! Superstar Brad Pitt Gets His Acting Skills Mocked By Jonah Hill & Channing Tatum In Hilarious ’22 Jump Street’ Cameo

The Host

What if everything you love was taken from you in the blink of an eye? ‘The Host’ is the next epic love story from the creato… Read More

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“The Host” isn’t Max Irons’s first go-round at otherworldly romance or a tween-friendly love triangle: The actor (whose father is Oscar-winner Jeremy Irons), was previously in “Red Riding Hood.”

This time around, however, he isn’t dealing with… Continue reading Max Irons, 'The Host' Star, on Fainting Spells, Driving Skills, and Fighting Off the French Hordes

What Are the Most Valuable Skills for a Tribute?

This question originally appeared on Quora.

 What Are the Most Valuable Skills for a Tribute?By Kat Li, Quora biz dev.

Skills such as weaponry, strength, foraging, and camouflage were all important. However, any tribute who survived the initial bloodbath was expected to have at least two or more of those skills. The difference between surviving the first round of killing and becoming the victor though lies in an entirely different assortment of skills. Having

Days of Our Lives actor Eric Martsolf knew he wasn’t in Salem any more when he first arrived on the set of Smallville. “It was rainy. It was cloudy. I got out of the car and the first thing I see is this 6-foot-5 guy with black hair, and it was Tom . He just  ‘Smallville’: Eric Martsolf on arrival of Booster Gold, Tom Welling’s directing skills

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