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Guys don't typically look forward to Hollywood awards ceremonies, but that's because none are as awesome as the 2013 MTV Movie Awards, airing live April 14 at 9/8C. For a taste of the hilarity to come--including Will Ferrell receiving the first-ever Comedic Genius Award--here's Golden Popcorn nominee Channing Tatum getting to second (third?) base with host Rebel Wilson. To save his life. Yeah, it's even better than it sounds.
At the risk of coming off as vain, looks do count for something, and half-man, half-bug is not a good look on pretty much anyone. Having your DNA mutated with that of a fly is a look so bad that even Jeff Goldblum himself can't pull it off.
The minotaur is up there with Medusa, ranking among mythology's greatest 'butterfaces.' From the neck down, minotaurs are generally imagined to look like UFC fighters who crush cars with their bare hands to kill time between fights. From the neck up, though--big, angry cow head. That's generally listed as a turn-off.
Not only are the creatures famously withdrawn and shy around humans, a fact that doesn't lead itself to erotica, but many reports also indicate that their hygiene leaves quite a lot to be desired.
James Deen comes off as a typical twenty-something dude working in the film industry, the kind you meet all the time in L.A. Except most of 'em aren't world-famous porn stars. As he aptly describes in his Twitter bio, "my name is james i am a simple guy who likes to eat sleep and watch tv... oh ya i also bang chicks for a living."
He's known as ladies' favorite adult actor, but he's breaking into mainstream Hollywood with "The Canyons," in which he stars alongside Lindsay Lohan. (It's a disturbing thriller that's way less disturbing than his "Simpsons" and "Toy Story" XXX parodies.)
We hung out with Deen on the set of his latest porno to discuss his career and future, including a potential role in the film adaptation of "50 Shades Of Grey."
When did you first realize you wanted to be a porn star?
I knew I wanted to be in porno since kindergarten... I mean, really I don't have the exact time frame--just as long as I can remember, I wanted to do adult films.
What's a common misconception people have about you or the adult industry?
I am not a prostitute! I get tons of emails from guys wanting to pay me to have sex with their wife or their girlfriend, which is actually something I'd probably do for free, but I'm not a whore. Read More...
Gun policy is a controversial issue in American politics, but--whatever your views--we can all agree that the world would be a safer place if everybody flashed thumbs up instead of semiautomatics. A safer place with really boring films.
Check out these Photoshopped movie posters for an alternate cinematic universe of positive good vibes. (You've never seen Tony Montana from "Scarface" express such can-do spirit, despite the blood all over him. Be careful with those thumbs.)
Spring break is only weeks away, and "Disney Channel Starlets Gone Wild" "Spring Breakers," starring Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens, is here to help you prep. This movie isn't the romantic comedy you'd expect your younger sister to watch. It's violent and gritty and shows these actresses with formerly innocent reputations running around half-naked, robbing restaurants and plotting murders. You know, the stuff spring break dreams are made of: Sex, booze, money and bikinis.
Also featuring James Franco and Gucci Mane, the film hits theaters at the end of March, and we've already picked up some spring break lessons. Check 'em out and watch the trailer after the cut.
Credit: The New Zealand Film Commission/Icon Productions
Every guy has some embarrassing fear, whether it's heights or public speaking or a mysterious red bump. For some dudes, the phobia is animals. If you're a scaredy-cat (who's scared of cats?), you probably shouldn't watch these obscure films about beasts on the attack, brought to you from Unreality Magazine:
1. "Black Sheep"
Some genetic experiments on sheep go terribly wrong, and turn the sheep into bloodthirsty monsters. ... The movie gets REAL points for using all practical effects and no CG, yet never skimping over the gore. Think "Day of the Dead" with sheep and you have a pretty good idea.
2. "The Ghost and the Darkness"
There is something unnerving about the idea of lions hunting humans, and for a small chunk of time in a Kenyan village, that is just what happened. ... It was well-acted and well-executed, and anyone who says lions are not stunning yet terrifying creatures has never seen Lion-O angry.
While this movie may not be as epic as "The Grey," it deserves some REAL props for setting the tone first. ... Did lose MAJOR points for the snowboarding scene, though. Everyone knows wolves would just strap on snowboards and chase after you, grinding WAY more powder than you. Duh.
The nominees are out for this year's MTV Movie Awards, and man are we pumped about the picks. We love the Awards every year, but after a few years dominated by boy magicians and sparkling vampires, the contenders for Movie Of The Year in 2013 are all movies for dudes. We had two badass comic book movies: "The Avengers" and "Dark Knight Rises." Tarantino made one his best, "Django Unchained," Seth McFarlane left the filthy cartoon world halfway with "Ted" and even "Silver Linings Playbook" was the best rom-com for guys in years. It also doesn't hurt that Jennifer Lawrence looks damn hot in that movie, which is also relieving 'cause we weren't sure if it was just the bow and arrow she used in "Hunger Games" that was doing it for us.
Taking a burglary suspect to a local police station would've been enough to warrant "Today's Badass" status. But doing it dressed as Batman goes above and beyond.
Yes, the Caped Crusader is real. He might be fat and British, but he's real. According to a spokesperson for the West Yorkshire Police, "The person who brought the wanted man into the station was dressed in a full Batman outfit. His identity, however, remains unknown."
It's also a mystery how the portly vigilante managed to capture the 27-year-old alleged miscreant. Probably with the help of a kindly old butler full of inspirational speeches?
Clearly a fan of the oldies, the real-life superhero wore Adam West's 1960s version of the costume. We're hoping it's not the last we see of this wannabe Dark Knight. And if he keeps fighting crime, maybe he'll even lose a few pounds in the process.