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1/19/2015
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"The Grinder" star Rob Lowe is 50 years old and still looks like he did in the 80s. We smell witchcraft. Sexy, beautiful witchcraft!
Rob Lowe
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Jay Baruchel is known for his role as Hiccup in the "How To Train Your Dragon" franchise. "How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World" hits theaters on February 22nd.
Jay Baruchel
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Yes, Alingon Mitra won Fan Favorite in "Last Comic Standing," but let's not overlook the fact his name is an anagram for "Giant Ram Loin" on his list of delicious accomplishments.
Alingon Mitra
1/20/2015
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Olivia Munn sports a mustache in posters for her new movie "Mortdecai" and yet she STILL looks incredible gorgeous. Who knew we'd be so into women with facial hair?
Olivia Munn
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Whenever we see "Sons of Liberty" star Dean Norris, all we can do is hope that somebody found poor Hank Schrader's body in "Breaking Bad."
Dean Norris
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Sleater-Kinney are back with No Cities to Love, their first album in 10 years. Welcome back ladies, we missed you a lot.
Sleater-Kinney
1/21/2015
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Evan Rachel Wood plays a fairy with a tough side in "Strange Magic," or as we like to think of it, casting true-to-life.
Evan Rachel Wood
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Jason Ritter stars in "We'll Never Have Paris." We can sympathize, we'll also never have Paris, or Rome, or Berlin, or anywhere really, until we get a passport.
Jason Ritter
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Belle & Sebastian's new album is Girls in Peacetime Want To Dance, which is both a great album and an empirically true fact.
Belle & Sebastian
1/22/2015
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Ron Howard has directed some incredible movies, like "Apollo 13," "Frost/Nixon," "A Beautiful Mind," & now "Inferno" but we secretly like him best when he's narrating the Bluth family.
Ron Howard
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Regina Hall has taught Conan about the benefits of both kegel exercises and Yoni Eggs. We can't wait for her next educational interview.
Regina Hall
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SremmLife is the debut studio album from Rae Sremmurd, our favorite new rappers whose name could make a great word jumble.
Rae Sremmurd