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For most guys, the scariest part of sex with a random girl is contracting an incurable STD. But for Eddie Kaye Thomas, who plays Finch (a.k.a. "S*** Break") in the "American Pie" movies, herpes probably would've been a relief.
A couple nights ago, he met a 31-year-old woman at a diner. They went back to his place. In the morning, he asked her to leave...at which point she allegedly pulled a blade on him. (Dude, you're supposed to cook her breakfast first!)
Thomas ran out of his house and called the police, who sent a SWAT team to his Hollywood Hills home. The woman allegedly locked herself inside for more than five hours, and destroyed a bunch of property (such as Thomas's phone, guitar, lamp and dishes) before cops tear-gassed her out of there. She's now being held on $20,000 bail and facing felony vandalism charges.
The Blemish puts it best: "This chick really did not want to do the walk of shame."
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When the 2013 MTV Movie Awards were first announced, we rejoiced that the slate of movies were "movies for dudes" (that's us quoting us). What makes the movies so dude-worthy is a fine crop of beautiful women, explosive action and most importantly, raging scenes of sheer, unadulterated ass-kicking.
Today we bring you the best ass-kicking from the MTV Movie Award nominees in GIF form, because the only thing better than watching someone get punched in the face, is watching it on a loop.
Batman elbows Bane in his weird hose face
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We were pretty excited for the "Best Shirtless Performance" category at this year's MTV Movie Awards, until we realized it was only for male stars. How could Channing Tatum's or Taylor Lautner's pecs receive an honor, but no actresses's boobs?
It's probably too late to expand the category to include cinema's best breasts of 2012, but here are our five nominations. (Well, 10 technically.) Either way, we'll be watching on Sunday at 9 p.m. EST.
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This year's nominees for the MTV Movie Awards really brought it on the action front. Comic book heroes, James Bond and a vengeful slave made for tons o' blood and ass kicking. But that came at the expense of the lovely ladies, who were harder to find in this year's best movies than in the past. That didn't stop us from looking, though.
Last year's best movies might've been built on action, but there were lots of fappy moments buried just beneath. Here are our favorites...
From "Silver Linings Playbook"
Jamie Foxx is one of the few entertainers to win a Grammy, a Golden Globe, a SAG Award, a BAFTA Award and the Oscar. But those trophies are like kindergarten high-achievement stickers compared to the MTV Generation Award, which he'll receive at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards.
It's the highest honor at the ceremony, bestowed upon a performer who has helped define modern film. (Past recipients include Johnny Depp, Ben Stiller, Adam Sandler, Mike Myers, Tom Cruise and Jim Carrey.) No doubt Foxx deserves it for his exceptional body of work, which includes "Any Given Sunday," "Ali," "Collateral" and "Ray," just to name a few. And let's not forget the classic "Booty Call."
Oh yeah, Foxx is nominated for Best Male Performance for "Django Unchained." You can still vote for him (or the other nominees) before watching the broadcast Sunday at 9 p.m. EST.
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One of the most important life lessons we've ever learned came from "Caddyshack": If you ever see a brown log floating in a swimming pool, eat it, because it might be a candy bar.
That's just one example of how movies are more than entertainment. They're also repositories of great wisdom. And last year's best films didn't disappoint on that front. Here's sage advice from the 2013 MTV Movie Award nominees, helpfully illustrated below in GIF form. Write them down and keep 'em in your wallet.
1. No stuffed animals in the bed when lady friends are over
A lot has changed since the very first MTV Movie Awards all the way back in 1992. For starters, viewers were unable to vote for the winners via the Internet. We don't wanna lecture you on how life was back in the days of Heather B. and "Liquid Television," though. What we'd like to do is celebrate the 22nd Movie Awards with a trip down memory lane. Turn off the Super Nintendo, put aside your Jordan Dream Team jersey, and catch up on the winners/nominees/performers from the '92 Movie Awards.
You know how basically every standup comedian does an "AH-NOLD" impression? That's because this guy was bigger than big in action movies. Schwarzenegger set the standard and was awarded the Best Male Performance in "Terminator 2: Judgment Day." He continued to kick ass onscreen in "Last Action Hero," "True Lies" and "Eraser."
When he decided to hang up his action-flick boots, he was elected governor of California. Among many other bills passed, his most popular one was the legalization of (cough, cough) medical marijuana. Nowadays, Schwarzenegger is returning to films, but not without a little scandal in the form of knocking up his maid. That's a judgment day we'd want no part of.
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The great Will Ferrell has been doing funny things in movies ever since Mike Myers dropped him into a pit of fire in the first "Austin Powers." Every subsequent role has led to this Sunday, when Ferrell will receive the first-ever Comedic Genius Award at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards. Well-deserved!
Before we celebrate the hilarity of John William Ferrell (born 1967 in Irvine, California), however, we'd like to spend some time on a less appreciated character trait--his manliness. We'd argue that Ferrell is Hollywood's biggest brute, more masculine than any musclebound meathead. And here are the GIFs to prove it.
Will Ferrell beating a dude with a bat
We've all found ourselves making the Friend Zone Face when a girl shoots us down with some variation of "I love you...but not like that." For most of us, it's a bump in an otherwise smooth road--but what if your entire life was being trapped the Friend Zone?
That's the hellish question raised by "Ladies Man: A MADE Movie" (based on the MTV series "MADE"). It's the story of Toby, a guy whose shoulder girls cry on...to complain about guys whom they actually have sex with. We brought you the trailer yesterday, and here's another taste of what to expect when the movie airs tonight at 9/8c on MTV.
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Quentin Tarantino's movies are pretty much for guys. Sure, "Kill Bill" and "Jackie Brown" feature badass women, but Tarantino understands the male psyche like few other filmmakers. Such is the case with MTV Movie Awards nominee "Django Unchained." But even though it's geared toward guys, not all the characters follow Guy Code. Here's an inventory of who upholds it...and who completely breaks it.
1. Django (Jamie Foxx)
The titular slave is a fiercely courageous man able to overcome his brutal past while keeping a cool head and still seeing the good in (certain) white people. Sold away from his beloved wife Broomhilda, Django's one goal is to make it back to her…though if he rights a few wrongs along the way, all the better.
2. Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz)
This German dentist and bounty hunter is a deeply moral follower of Guy Code who earns his living from rescuing slaves and killing wrongdoers. (Yeah, he hasn't exactly made a buck from dentistry in awhile.) When the good doctor hears Django's sad tale of Broomhilda, he becomes determined to mentor the man and help reunite the lost lovers. What a guy!