Movies + TV

Suicide Squad Is So Dark It Has an On-Set Therapist for Actors

We can already tell David Ayers' movie Suicide Squad is going to be pretty macabre. Ayers is pushing his actors to depths so deep that he's hired a counselor to make sure they don't go off the rails. "We kind of have like a therapist on board if you fall off the wagon and really are villainous," said Adam Beach, who plays Slipknot in the film, in an interview with E! "There's a friend of [Ayer's] that's very unique in making sure we have our ground." "David Ayer is about realism," Beach added. "So if your character is tormented, he see more
Celebrity

Scott Eastwood on Staying in Shape, Modeling for Davidoff, and Saving the Ocean

The ocean's mysteries have been haunting mankind since the beginning of time, and actor Scott Eastwood isn't immune to their call. The 29-year-old has long been enamored with the sea, thanks to his love of water-bound sports and his childhood in California and Hawaii. Now, the actor has teamed up with the classic Davidoff fragrance Cool Water, stepping up (and stripping down) as its spokesperson. And while this is a great time for the buff actor to show off his physique, it's also part of an initiative that speaks to him on a deeper level. Davidoff and National Geographic are see more
Tech

Study Confirms That We're All Hopelessly Addicted to Our Phones

A new study has confirmed that Americans are hopelessly and irrevocably addicted to their smartphones. While it might not come as a huge surprise that people in the United States are highly dependent on the small supercomputers that have become a staple of modern life, the level to which we're hooked on them is pretty alarming when you put it in numbers. According to Bank of America's latest Trends in Consumer Mobility Report, 38 percent of us never really disconnect from our mobile phones—not even in our sleep. It's especially bad for millennials: 90 percent of people ages 18 to see more
Celebrity

Watch: Chris Farley Biopic Trailer Spotlights Comedian's Legacy

(function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js#xfbml=1&version=v2.3"; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs);}(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk'));David Spade, Christina Applegate, Dan Aykroyd, Lorne Michaels, Mike Myers, Adam Sandler, Molly Shannon and more reflect on the comedian's life and legacy in I Am Chris Farley.Posted by BuzzFeed Entertainment on Monday, June 29, 2015 Comedian Chris Farley passed away in 1997, but not before making a name for himself as a spastic, vibrant presence on Saturday Night Live and in films like Tommy Boy. Known for his outsize characters and over-the-top personality, Farley struggled see more
Fashion

This Underwear Will Make Your Package Look . . . Bigger and Better

From the dawn of time, men have gone to great lengths (pardon the pun) to prove they're more than adequately endowed. A recent case in point: Justin Bieber. While his turn in Calvin Klein's spring 2015 campaign aired on the dubious side (okay, laughable was more like it), it proved a simple point. Most men will jump at the chance to look a little, well, larger. see more
Health

9 Fat-Burning Tips From Normal Guys Who've Lost the Weight

Experience is the best teacher. So who better to get weight-loss advice from than guys who have actually shed a few (or even a hundo)? These three men have done just that. Read their stories, learn from their tips, and start your own weight-loss success story. see more
Design

CNN Mistakes Sex-Toy Flag for ISIS Flag at Gay-Pride Parade

Whoops! In a segment on CNN over the weekend, reporter Lucy Pawle claimed to see an ISIS flag among the other colorful banners at annual London's gay-pride parade. She and her colleagues discussed the serious implications of such a thing during an on-air segment, but there's just one problem: It wasn't an ISIS flag. It was a flag illustrated with pictures of various sex toys on it, which, considering the event, makes way more sense. CNN has yet to comment on the error, which you can see in the video above. see more
Celebrity

Watch: Shia LaBeouf Raps About Tuna Casserole (and Other Things)

Shia LaBeouf is many, many things—rat-tail enthusiast, "performance artist," nonfamous movie star—but "rapper," sadly, might not be one of them. At least that's what this video would seem to indicate: Filmed in what looks to be the parking lot of a recent music festival on the second or third day (or maybe just a keg party, also on the second or third day), the . . . amusing (alarming?) clip shows LaBeouf freestyling about everything from potatoes to tuna casserole to some more potatoes, all while a small crowd of sunburned, mildly concerned-looking fans listens (and occasionally offers encouragement). see more
Movies + TV

5 Things You Should Know About True Detective, Episode 2

1. Vince Vaughn Delivered A Truly Abysmal Monologue Tonight's episode of True Detective showed a great deal of promise after a disconcertingly ludicrous premiere. But that promise wasn't evident in the opening minutes: Instead, we were treated to what may be the single worst monologue in television history, delivered between the sheets with stupefying severity by an implausibly dour Vince Vaughn. Where to begin? The first shot, of a burgeoning water stain in the Vaughn household roof, strove to be a Barton Fink-like symbol of looming decay, but Nic Pizzolato couldn't resist undermining his own work by having its import see more
Movies + TV

The Script for Top Gun 2 Is in the Works, and Tom Cruise Still Stars as Maverick

A lot has changed since Top Gun hit the big screens in 1986. Take the United States Navy, for example. Thirty years ago, some of our country's bravest men made their living flying jets over the world and, in some cases, battling for their lives in aerial dogfights. Now it's all about avoiding those situations and employing robotic drones instead. That doesn't mean there isn't a place in the world for Maverick, though. At a press event for the upcoming movie Terminator Genisys, Skydance CEO David Ellison spoke about Top Gun 2 and its progression from rumor to script see more
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