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Enough Said – “A Real Movie About Real Situations”

Enough Said

JOHN: I was going to review another movie, a French mystery, that was good but confusing. Then I watched this film.

 SPANKY: In English, right? 198 more words

Movies

Julia Louis-Dreyfus Gets Naked & Has Sex With A Clown For 'GQ'

Julia Louis-Dreyfus is one funny lady who is definitely not afraid of showing a little skin… or doing some other questionable things! The ‘Veep’ actress stripped down for a hilarious (slash creepy?) photo shoot involving a bare-backed clown for the May issue of ‘GQ.’ Is this fun or way over the line? 305 more words

News And Gossip

You Cannot Unsee Julia Louis-Dreyfus Having Sex With A Clown In This GQ Photo Spread

We’re all going to need some help reacting to something. For the sake of the fragile psyches of those of you with a debilitating fear of clowns but also a love for all things Julia Louis-Dreyfus the full image is below. 195 more words

TV

Courteney Cox Can't Get 'Friends' Co-Stars To Reunite For Dinner, Sia Talks Helping Lea Michele Write Cory Monteith Tribute, And More

Happy Wednesday! Are you ready for some pop culture headlines? Since you clicked on this link, we’re assuming the answer is a resounding yes! In today’s edition we have a hilarious rendition of a song from the hit film… 383 more words

News

'Veep' Heads Back To Baltimore To Shoot Season 4

BALTIMORE (WJZ)—The HBO hit comedy “Veep” is heading back to Baltimore to shoot a fourth season.

The political satire starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus films in Charm City and just kicked off its third season earlier this month. 83 more words

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'Veep': Julia Louis-Dreyfus and her co-stars reveal the scenes they'd love to shoot

Julia Louis-Dreyfus has already won a pair of Emmys for her cunning portrayal of self-consumed, marginalized Vice President Selina Meyer on Veep, and chew on this: She’s just entering Selina’s most dangerous, power-mongering, dangerous days. 848 more words

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Why Elaine Benes is awesome

Have you guys met Suze?

Initially on screens from 1990-1998, and enjoying thoroughly warranted reruns today, Seinfeld surfaced in a rather bizarre world (though perhaps not as bizarre as their own… 623 more words

Elaine Benes