Bald Man Rants Hilariously Against Hollywood's Villainous Portrayal of the Bald

As the famous (and famously bald) actor Telly Savalas once said, "We're all born bald, baby." But are all bald people born evil? That's certainly the message Hollywood is sending, according to YouTube user DarkAntics (via The Independent), who provided a 17-minute screed in which he takes Tinseltown to task for portraying a vast majority of bad guys as baldies. "Believe me, I expect you to sit there blind to your hair privilege and not have any idea of how this pervasive negative portrayal has affected your bias," he says in the beginning of his half-satirical but totally engrossing see more

Kanye West Meets Caitlyn Jenner on the First Episode of I Am Cait

Last night, Cailtyn Jenner's docu-series I Am Cait debuted on E! after tons and tons of promotion. Did the show live up to the hype? Oh yeah. Most notably, the show is incredibly respectful and humane in its treatment of Caitlyn Jenner and her transition and how it affects her family. One of the episode's highlights is when Caitlyn reveals herself to her son-in-law, Kanye West. "I think this is one of the strongest things that have happened in our existence as human beings, that are so controlled by perception," West tells Jenner. "You couldn't have been up against see more

Kanye West's Latest Rant Is About What You Think of His Rants

Never known for censoring himself, Kanye West has made it clear that he doesn't care what people think about his notorious rants. At an event celebrating Steve McQueen With Kanye West: All Day/I Feel Like That, held at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art over the weekend, the rapper had some choice words for a crowd filled with A-listers and art patrons, reports Page Six. "I go off on these rants that don't make any sense," he said. "But I don't give a fuck." Noted. The event was to celebrate the four day pop-up installation which featured a nine-minute see more

Michael Fassbender Lights Up at The Big Lebowski Script Reading

If you judged Michael Fassbender solely on his work, chances are you'd think he's a pretty intense guy. His recent roles, like the abusive Edwin Epps in 12 Years A Slave, Macbeth in Macbeth, and Steve Jobs in the upcoming movie, Steve Jobs (how about some creative titles, Hollywood?), certainly tell you a lot about the man and his preference for dramatic, gritty roles. But as it turns out, Fassbender knows how to relax, too. On Friday night, during a live-script reading of the Big Lebowski, Fassbender, assuming the role of Jeff Bridge's "the dude," sat back, relaxed, and see more
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The Current Season of Key & Peele Will Be Its Last

The world will be a little less humorous come September, when Comedy Central's Key & Peele finishes up its fifth and just announced final season, reports The Wrap. Keegan Michael Key and Jordan Peele, who have been working together since their six year stint at MadTV preceding Key & Peele, told The Wrap it wasn't a decision by Comedy Central but rather, an agreement between the men that it was simply time to move on to other projects. "This is our final season - and it's not because of Comedy Central, it's us," said Key. "It was just time see more
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Michael B. Jordan to Star in Adaptation of Bestselling Memoir Just Mercy

Michael B. Jordan is a serious actor, with serious acting chops, landing serious roles, gaining serious respect. Fruitvale Station got him noticed, Fantastic Four will get him paid, Creed is getting him ripped, and Just Mercy, whenever it hits theaters, could get him awards (if Creed hasn't already landed him some by then). After some healthy competition for the rights to Bryan Stevenson's memoir, Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption, Broad Green Pictures won the property and just announced that Jordan will star as Stevenson, founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, during his time as a young, see more
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Watch Jimmy Kimmel and Brie Larson Act Out a Skit Mocking the Just Announced Emoji Movie

Emojis are one cultural phenomenon that isn't going away anytime soon. Over the past few years, they've evolved from basic smiley faces to a form of expression for everything from culinary preferences, to our changing social landscape, to the commemoration of landmark Supreme Court decisions. The people over at Sony get this. In a reportedly seven-figure deal, Sony Pictures Animation won a three-studio auction for an animated film pitch based on Emojis, reports Deadline. Jimmy Kimmel seems to get it too. When he and his staff got ahold of this news, they set out to create a skit of see more
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Black Mass Starring Johnny Depp as James "Whitey" Bulger to Premiere at Venice Film Festival

Excluding the release of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise's fourth installment in 2011, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, the last few years have not been kind to Johnny Depp. The Rum Diary, Dark Shadows, The Lone Ranger, Transcendence, and Mortdecai were all box office busts that lost heaps of money and received abysmally poor reviews. That could all change come September 18th, though, when Depp's latest flick, Black Mass, hits theaters worldwide. A good omen for the film arrived yesterday in the form of an announcement when organizers from the prestigious Venice Film Festival, the oldest see more

The Best Dressed Men of the Week: 7.24.2015

Jake Gyllenhaal When: July 23 Where: Making an appearance on the Late Show with Seth Meyers in New York. Why: Gyllenhaal is bending the rules here, wearing a peak lapel jacket—which is traditionally on the more formal side—but wearing it with the difficult-to-pull-off move, the air tie. Risky, but he pulled it off, mostly by going very simple and classic with the dark suit and crisp white tie combo. Jake Gyllenhaal (Again!) When: July 22 Where: On the street in New York City. Why: Gyllenhaal does a full-on 180 here but he does it brilliantly. This is proof that you see more

Vacation Star Christina Applegate Has One Dirty, Dirty Mouth

It's been a little over 18 years since Married . . . with Children went off the air, but Christina Applegate is just as raunchy and sexy as Kelly Bundy ever was, if not more. Over the past two decades, Applegate has gone through all the trials of life—a divorce, having a daughter, a fight with cancer—but she's come out of it stronger and funnier, proving herself to be a true gem in the world of comedy. On July 29, Applegate (who has already shown her comedic chops in films like Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy and Don't Tell see more
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