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There is something incredibly sexy about a woman speaking a different language. Maybe it's because we rarely know what ladies are talking about in English, so foreign tongues gives us an excuse to tune them out. Bad '80s stand-up comedy aside, when an actress busts out some bilingual action, she jumps up a few notches in our fantasies. That's why we were so excited to hear Mila Kunis tickle our ears with some badass Russian in Justin Timberlake's defense this week. Now she can pop up as a sexy Russian spy in our daydreams. Somebody get that girl in the next 007 movie as a villainess Bond girl! Here are six spicy videos of actresses speaking in tongues, plus one awkward one of Christina Aguilera. Read More...
Mike Judge says Beavis and Butt-head will watch more than just music videos in the new episodes of his classic MTV animated series. While it'll seem as if no time has passed in their fictional hometown of Highland, Texas, Beavis and Butt-head have access to contemporary entertainment like gory horror sci-fi flick, "The Human Centipede." Kind of a perfect match, right?
"Yeah, when I saw it, in fact that gave me the idea, I've got to have Beavis and Butt-Head review this," Judge tells Screen Junkies. "One of the things I have them do after they show a clip of the movie is I have them talking about how there's going to be a 'Sex and the City 3,' why don’t they combine it with a 'Human Centipede' sequel and just have those girls all get lost in the forest, the doctor strings them all together and you get two sequels in one."
Even though Judge gives away the punch line a little, that joke alone gets us excited for the show's revival. Beavis and Butt-head won't stop at disgusting horror movies either. The boys are also going to get a healthy dose of reality television like "Jersey Shore" and "16 and Pregnant." Finally, we'll get to hear Beavis' take on The Situation getting grenades and Butt-head talking about "doing it" with teen moms.
If there was ever a sure sign that a fashion craze is no longer cool, it's when some doofus creates an As-Seen-On-TV knockoff of it. Which means pants sagging is officially done because there is now a product called Sagz Jeans. Sagz, which according to its website are "tuff," are a jeans and underwear combo that snap together at the hip so true Gs can sag their pants without worrying about them dropping to the ground.
Here are the questions this product makes me wants to ask: Didn't people stop sagging their pants, like, 10 years ago? Is there really an epidemic of guys who are constantly embarrassing themselves when their sagging pants fall down? Did you really think it was a good idea to uze a "z" in Sagz? How do you explain this ridiculous commercial? And most important: I'm kind of short; do these come in a 30x28?
MTV classics "Beavis and Butt-Head" and "120 Minutes" are back, so why not "Celebrity Deathmatch"? Because someone on the top floor hasn't made that call yet, we've decided to take matters into our own hands with "Celebrity Deathmatch: The Web Generation"--an unanimated version of Celebrity Deathmatch with the exact same MO: to ridiculously and unnecessarily settle celebrity squabbles, pseudo-beefs and matchups chosen solely because two people share a common name.
Only in this version, you get to choose the winner. We'll give you one matchup each week, highlight a few strengths and weaknesses of each person (that we imagine would be important in the event that they're locked in a cage with an opponent who wants to make them bleed), and open it up to a poll. Without further ado, the debut match between Tyler Perry and Tyler, the Creator:
Tyler Perry: Has the ability to go incognito as a woman named Madea; possesses profound mind-warping abilities that he's used to make people pay for the same exact thing they've consumed before; old man muscles
Guys like fictitious characters for two reasons: (1) "I want to f*** her," and (2) "I want to grab a beer with him." We like Matthew McConaughey in "Dazed & Confused" and John Belushi in "Animal House" because we'd love to party with them. We like Jessica Rabbit and Lara Croft because...boobies.
It's nearly impossible for a sports mascot to be both family-friendly and sexually attractive, so baseball teams focus on that first half, creating mascots they think kids will like. But let's be honest here: Nine innings of baseball can be long and boring, and in the absence of cheerleaders, you better have a damn hilarious guy in a furry suit on hand to keep the grown-ass men in the crowd entertained. Because if a father likes the mascot, his kid will too. For the record, any baseball team in the market for a new mascot should follow the formula set by these five. Read More...
It's not unusual to see someone with a popular comic-book character tattoo. Just look at all these stupid Green Lantern tattoos. Shaquille O'Neal got a Superman tattoo well over a decade ago. I even have this uncle with Tweety Bird tattooed on the inside of his lip. So it makes sense that with the rise of alternative comics, obscure comic-book character tattoos are on the rise too. Favorite characters from indie artists James Kochalka, Dan Clowes, Chris Ware, Chad Thompson, Jhonen Vasquez and legend R. Crumb are being inked on enough fans to fill an "Iron-Man" sized panel at San Diego Comic-Con (saying New York Comic-Con wouldn't be that impressive). Anyway, here are 10 tattoos of comic-book characters there's a 75 percent chance you've never heard of before. Read More...
For those of you non-car enthusiasts (commies) out there, Mercedes-Benz is producing an online video series teaching the basics of high performance driving called AMG Performance Driving Academy Series. Based on some fancy driving school in Europe where rich guys go to learn how to look radical in their luxury sports cars, each short clip features instructors Tommy Kendall and Nick Kunewalder teaching you stuff like seat positioning, braking, over-steering, etc. They essentially give you everything you need to know about turning your parents' Mazda into a wheel-smoking terror. Never mind that disclaimer about not actually doing anything they teach. (Ha ha, just kidding. You mind it because, you know, it's dangerous and they're professionals.)
That said, this week's video totally shows us drifting, which is where you purposely over-steer, causing the car to lose traction, but still maintain control of the vehicle. The car starts off on the inside of the track and ends up on the outside of the track by the end of the track's turn. There is also tons of cool smoke involved. Don't tell him, but I'm going to borrow my neighbor's SmartCar (no judgment, it's Brooklyn) and see if I can get a drift going this weekend.
Tupac Shakur's influence on rap, race, music at large and beyond has and will continue to last well beyond his living years. To honor his life and celebrate all things 'Pac, XXL Mag has dubbed its September edition a special tribute issue that focuses mainly on Shakur. The 15th anniversary of Tupac's death is Sept. 13, 2011.
Among the people close to Tupac that XXL interviewed for the mag was 'Pac's biological father, Bill Garland, who discussed his son's giving nature.
[Tupac] cared for people. That was his main thing. He really cared for people. I think that's why he would get so upset when people tried to question his commitment, his love for Black women or Black men. The East Coast/West Coast, you know, that's a fabrication. I don't have to begin to tell you that. So when that was questioned, it bothered him. Because he would give his heart or soul. He was a giving person. He would give anything to people.
XXL also spoke with Tupac's ex-wife, Keisha Morris, his first manager, Leila Steinberg, as well as his group, The Outlawz. It's hard to believe it will be 15 years in September.