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Jimmy Kimmel Celebrates the Holidays by Laughing at Crying Children

Jimmy Kimmel sure does love screaming kids. In the grand tradition of such pranks as parents telling offspring they ate all their Halloween candy (and filming the resulting devastation), last night's "Santa's Lap or Flu Shot?" segment turned photos of terrified tykes into a jolly old holiday-themed guessing game. Oh, what fun it is to laugh at other people's unhappy children! (Hey, it's better than laughing at your own.) see more
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South Dakota's Latest Driving PSA Was All One Big Masturbation Joke

The Daily ShowGet More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Indecision Political Humor,The Daily Show on Facebook Um, what exactly is going on in South Dakota? That's what Jon Stewart pondered in last night's Daily Show segment "Chitty Chitty Wank Wank", which brilliantly broke down the state's racy (and now defunct) public-safety campaign, "Don't Jerk and Drive" (hint: The slogan has nothing to do with what you think it has to do with). Don't miss the bit toward the end of this clip when righteously randy correspondent Aasif Mandvi takes matters into his own hands (practically). see more
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Watch: Oprah Winfrey Slapping Jimmy Fallon Across the Face

Sure, she's a world-renowned chai-tea expert and motivational speaker now, but back in the day, Ms. Winfrey was merely an Academy Award–nominated actress. So it should come as no surprise that her appearance on The Tonight Show last night took a rather, um, dramatic turn. Check out these clips from the faux eighties soap opera Midnight Meadows, in which Fallon and Winfrey starred as sparring lovers with outrageously auto-tuned voices, and you'll see what we mean. see more
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The Golden Globe Nominations Are Here, and Everyone Loves Birdman, That Movie You Didn't See

The quick and dirty list, below: BEST MOTION PICTURE, DRAMABoyhoodSelmaThe Imitation GameThe Theory of EverythingFoxcatcher BEST ACTRESS, MOTION PICTURE, DRAMAJulianne Moore, Still AliceReese Witherspoon, WildRosamund Pike, Gone GirlFelicity Jones, The Theory of EverythingJennifer Aniston, Cake BEST ACTOR, MOTION PICTURE DRAMAEddie Redmayne, The Theory of EverythingBenedict Cumberbatch, The Imitation GameSteve Carell, FoxcatcherDavid Oyelowo, SelmaJake Gyllenhaal, Nightcrawler BEST DIRECTORRichard Linklater, BoyhoodAlejandro González Iñárritu, BirdmanAva DuVernay, SelmaDavid Fincher, Gone GirlWes Anderson, The Grand Budapest Hotel BEST TV DRAMAThe Good WifeDownton AbbeyGame of ThronesThe AffairHouse of Cards BEST ACTOR, TV SERIES, DRAMAKevin Spacey, House of CardsClive Owen, The KnickDominic West, The AffairJames Spader, The BlacklistLiev Schreiber, Ray Donovan BEST ACTRESS, TV SERIES, DRAMAJulianna Margulies, The Good WifeRobin Wright, House of CardsViola Davis, How to Get Away see more
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The Little Prince Trailer Is Here and It Might Just Break Your Heart

Who can forget The Little Prince, dressed in his jaunty green jumpsuit, sitting atop an asteroid, scarf flying, and looking toward the universe? Just hearing the name ignites nostalgia for the book about the magical boy exploring the meaning of life and relationships that was a childhood staple. The book, published in 1943, has sold more than 140 million copies and has been translated into more than 230 languages. In October of next year, it'll come to life on film. Director Mark Osborne, who's previously worked on Kung Fu Panda and The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, is using CGI and see more
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The Bro in You Is About to Lose His Mind Over the Mad Max: Fury Road Trailer

Not to mince words or anything, but holy shit. If you haven't yet seen the trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road, let us be the first people to invite you to sit down, put in a pair of headphones, and prepare to get really, really, ridiculously excited about an action movie. see more
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The 10 Best Under-the-Radar Films of 2014

The bitter cold of awards season has set in once again with a chill. Studios are throwing money at prestige pictures in the usual bids for Oscar nominations, meaning we have at least a few months of period epics and inspirational biopics to endure before the ceremony. But the best movies of the year, typically, aren't the ones facing Academy glory—a distinction reserved for the films whose distributors can afford it. The year's best films thrive in arthouses and international festivals, in the home-video market, and, increasingly, in the world of video-on-demand; they don't open on 900 screens, but on see more
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The 10 Best Christmas Movies You Haven't Seen

Ask a guy in his twenties or thirties about his favorite Christmas movie and you'll invariably get the same response: "Die Hard." Because, you see, it's actually set at Christmas. This is usually delivered with a sort of 'bet-you-weren't-expecting-that' wink: It isn't an ordinary Christmas movie, like Miracle on 34th Street or It's a Wonderful Life, but rather an action movie that happens to take place over the holiday. But this isn't exactly a revelation in 2014. Die Hard is a familiar—it's practically yuletide canon. Still, the impulse is understandable. We tend to gravitate toward the more peculiar or offbeat see more
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Arnold Schwarzenegger is, in Fact, Back, With the Latest Terminator Trailer

Let's forget the fact that Arnold Schwarzenegger might call Miley Cyrus his daughter-in-law one day. Let us instead focus on this morsel of information: at 67 years old, the former governor of California is arguably one of today's biggest action stars. With Terminator: Genisys, released in the summer of 2015, Schwarzenegger returns yet again as a gun-toting cyborg hell bent on protecting, you guessed it, Sarah Connor. That one—she always needs protecting, doesn't she? The first trailer doesn't show much of Ah-nold but he said he'd be back so at least we know he makes good on his word. see more
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How Women in Movies Inspire Menswear Editors

Movies are a huge source of inspiration for me when thinking about the fashion stories that run in the pages of Details. They capture an instant mood and feeling in a certain time, place, or situation, which I use as a springboard to develop an idea. see more
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