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12/15/2014
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Lisa Kudrow is an Emmy Award-winning actress and comedian known for her role in "Friends." Her new movie, "Booksmart," hits theaters May 23rd.
Lisa Kudrow
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At the end of "The Eric André Show," Eric André destroys his set. Let's hope for our poor couch's sake he doesn't destroy ours out of a force of habit.
Eric André
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Interpol's new album is El Pintor. WE think it's muy fantástico!
Interpol
12/16/2014
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The legendary Dick Van Dyke's new book is entitled Keep Moving: And Other Tips and Truths About Aging. Listen, when Bert the chimney sweep tells you to keep moving, you better pay attention & have your softshoe at the ready.
Dick Van Dyke
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In "Obvious Child" Jenny Slate stars as a comedian who's having trouble growing up. Man, it's a good thing we don't know any of THOSE. ::cough::
Jenny Slate
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Vance Joy is Australian which means we'll have to pay him in Vegemite and Russell Crowe DVDs. His album, Dream Your Life Away, is out now.
Vance Joy
12/17/2014
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Jason Schwartzman stars in "Big Eyes." Look for Conan's knockoff version, "Big Hair," soon!
Jason Schwartzman
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Jack O'Connell stars in "Unbroken," directed by Angelina Jolie. Even though it's the harrowing story of a WWII P.O.W.'s quest for survival, we still think Jack's a lucky lad.
Jack O'Connell
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King Tuff's new album is Black Moon Spell. It's both a great album and a swell way to summon the ancient vengeance spirt, Ba'al.
King Tuff
12/18/2014
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Orlando Bloom returns as Legolas in "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies," If you see it in 3D be careful you don't accidentally hurt yourself on Orlando's perfect cheekbones.
Orlando Bloom
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We'll have to restrain ourselves from asking "Ground Floor" star John C. McGinley for some Dr. Cox-style insults. We love being called Becky!
John C. McGinley
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Sebastian Maniscalco's new memoir is entitled Stay Hungry, which is something we can definitely do.
Sebastian Maniscalco