Mila Kunis plays a witch in "Oz: The Great and Powerful." Our inner 5 year-old is dying to ask her, "Are you a good witch, or a bad witch?"
Joel Stein is the author of Man Made: A Stupid Quest for Masculinity, which could easily be all about our brief, failed attempt to join the wrestling team in high school.
On one of his previous appearances, Rory Scovel did his act simultaneously with Jon Dore. Maybe we should try the same thing with music and book Korn & Josh Groban.
We can only assume that Russell Brand's "Brand X" is the only talk show with a budget set aside for bangly bracelets, snakeskin belts and ultra-skinny jeans for the host. Other than Regis' old show, we mean.
Big K.R.I.T. has a new album called Live from the Underground. We think it's G.R.E.A.T.
He's got a great new movie, People Like Us," but we foresee Chris Pine getting a lot of Klingon-related questions in our green room.
Anthony Mackie stars in "Gangster Squad." Meanwhile, still no star attached to our aquarium-based crime film, "Gangster Squid." Yes, we're embarrassed for ourselves.
El-P's new album is Cancer 4 Cure. We think it comes with whatever the opposite of a pink ribbon is.
In "Lone Survivor," Mark Wahlberg plays a bad-ass Navy SEAL. Which is right in Mark's wheelhouse of playing bad-ass characters, since he himself is also a bad-ass.
Funny or Die's "Billy on the Street" has Billy Eichner doing some hysterical man-on-the-street comedy. Why can't we just once have flan-on-the-street interviews? It's not as funny but it's DELICIOUS.
Infantree has a new album called Hero's Dose. Not to be confused with Spider-Man’s new wine "hero’s rosé"