COED has just learned that former "Two and a Half Men" ninja warrior Charlie Sheen isn't on drugs and he isn't wasted on booze - he's possessed by the ghost of the Cleveland Indians manager from "Major League", Lou Brown! After listening to Charlie spew classic one-lines for the last week, we began to recognize his gruff pitch and tonality is on par with the actor who played Lou Brown, James Gammon, who passed away last year right around the time when Charlie's antics began to cause waves. So, it only makes sense Lou's spirit would enter the body of his most prized closer Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn. Hear the proof after the jump!
We've all seen the dirty little in-jokes that Disney inserts into their cartoons. Some animated films, however, are more blatant about their adult humor or too oblivious to realize the alienation of their young audience. In that respect, there are plenty of animated films that fell victim to either bad response, production issues or just general corporate brew-ha-ha. Here are just a few of those animated films that never saw the light of day on home video (at least, not legally). See which cartoon movies made the list after the jump.
We were bummed to see Inside Job beat out Banksy’s Exit Through the Giftshop for Best Documentary at last night’s 83rd Annual Acadamy Awards… that...
Eighty percent of the films in the top 50 highest grossing films of all-time were released after 2000, while no film prior to 1977 appears in the rankings because ticket-price inflation isn't considered. To me, that's not an accurate historical representation of which movies were most popular. So, after some digging, I found a chart based on data from boxofficemojo.com that ranks films using figures adjusted for ticket-price inflation, based on total box-office receipts. With Hollywood intent on the bottom line, it wouldn't hurt major studios to consider remaking, modernizing, or "rebooting" these titles. Unless you're a diehard film buff or are old enough to have actually seen these in the theater, chances are you've never heard of these cinematic sensations. See the list after the jump!
Kristen Stewart and Amber Heard's Australian doppelganger Teresa Palmer is an emerging hottie who's starting to land big time roles. She's #6 in "I Am Number Four", which just released last Friday (February 18th), and will next appear in "Take Me Home Tonight", which is slated for release March 4th. Last week, she did a photo shoot and told a joke along with a behind-the-scenes story from the movie set for Esquire. I always find it weirdly deceiving when you see an actor or actress speak without an accent when working then speak with their native accent in real life. Freaks me out. See her pics after the jump.
By now you're aware that actor Charlie Sheen has been fired from his CBS sitcom “Two and a Half Men.” Ironically, the final axe was dropped not because of Charlie's sweet tooth for hookers and blow, but instead for this hilarious / awesomely entertaining rant he delivered last night on conspiracy theorist Alex Jones' radio show Infowars. Hear the 45 minute interview in its entirety after the jump!
It's usually no big surprise when movies get nominated for the Oscars, actors or actresses maybe, but films? Usually the big contenders are ones that are either critically acclaimed, released in the fall or released in very limited markets. But every now and then the Academy will throw a rather odd nomination into the mix just to shake things up. They usually don't win, but it's interesting that they recognize them. Here are a few movies that have found their way into the Oscar nominations that are considered either bad, campy, cult or just plain not Oscar material. See the full list after the jump!
When you're born, you don't get to pick your name. Kinda sucks if you're stuck with anything that rhymes with fart, suck, or d*ck. But, the beauty of becoming an adult is you have the ability to change it. And, if you have aspirations of hitting the big time, the name change is often necessary for success. Some celebs are scorned and scrutinized for "being ashamed" of their heritage, but can you imagine some of the names on this list in bright lights? Some of 'em are kinda bad-ass. Anyway, check out the list, let us know your guesses in the comments, then head over to Buzzfeed to find out who these names belong to.
In 1966, John Lennon was quoted as saying The Beatles were "more popular than Jesus." London Evening Standard writer Maureen Cleave first caught the quote in March of that year, but the controversy didn't swell until five months after Cleave's article published when American teen magazine Datebook printed the quote on its cover. It prompted 2 radio stations in Alabama to ban Beatles music from their playlists. Well, after some extensive Googling, we've discovered the Beatles aren't the only people more popular than "Jesus Christ". You can rest assured knowing Jesus is still more liked than Satan, but he does have Kanye breathing down his neck. How's that for signs of the apocalypse? Jesus Walks, anyone?
The 2011 Oscars are this Sunday, so we thought - what better way to get you excited about people holding a trophy of a nude dude than with pics of NAKED CHICKS! Did you know you can see 8 of the 10 women nominated for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress in their birthday suits on the internet? What's up with the other two you ask? Well, one's underage (Hailee Steinfeld) and the other just needs to take a look at this list to realize you don't have to keep your clothes on to be successful. You can see more of her (Jennifer Lawrence) here. All these links are NSFW, so don't say we didn't warn you. The Oscar for best nipples goes to...
On Thursday night I saw an Old Navy commercial during the "Threat Level Midnight" episode of The Office. Usually their spots feature the "supermodelquins" - expressionless, inanimate, "hot" mannequins with overly excited voice-overs. But this time the ad showcased an extremely cute girl who looks like a hotter, skinnier version of Kim Kardashian meets Nicole Scherzinger. Don't get me wrong, the commercial is still annoying as hell, but not when you mute it. Naturally, I Google the sh*t out of her to no avail, so I decided to crowdsource it on our Facebook to see if any of our followers had a lead. Sure enough, within 1 minute Tony Micer from Pearl, Mississippi had the answer: Melissa Molinaro. See the commercial and her pics after the jump!
People love babies. That's why you see an endless parade of commercials featuring them. Take those annoying eTrade commercials. There's a reason they keep pumpin' em out - 'cuz some barren baby crazy crack den of wannabe moms literally sh*ts a fit when they see infants. Me? I can't f***ing stand talking babies. Creeps me right the f*** out. However... I did enjoy Pearl The Landlord. So, basically, I like when babies do or say funny sh*t without the aid of computer generated graphics. Babies in their natural state, if you will. That is why this trailer for a short movie by Johannes Nyholm called "Las Palmas" is so brilliant. It's just a baby being a baby - knocking back drinks and stumbling around destroying a miniature bar. You takin' notes, eTrade? See the video after the jump!
Let me ask you something. You ever seen Speed Racer? You ever seen Speed Racer.....on weed? To be perfectly blunt, pun intended, there are movies that can only be enjoyable when under the influences. But just like with medicine and beer, there are some movies that don't work well with the wacky tobaccy. We count down the best and the worst movies to keep in mind when the next time you're browsing Netflix. See our picks after the jump!
Two weeks ago, we gave away an iPad to the winner of our “Caption This” contest and this last week we anounced another iPad giveaway. Instead of doing another “Caption This” contest, we peer pressured you to get down and dirty with the rich and famous using Jeep’s “Mud U” Facebook app. After sifting through more than 100 submissions to COED Magazine’s Facebook Wall we narrowed the list down to our 16 favorite submissions (view below). See who won after the jump!
Haddaway said it best: "What is love?" We all want to know what love is. All my life, I've been trying to harness the power of love. While some may say love stinks, they've probably never had a kiss from a rose on the bay. A moment like that can last a lifetime. When a man loves a woman, it can turn into an eternal flame. Sometimes you learn your lesson from real life but you can also learn a whole lot from movies. So, to help you with your romantic endeavors, we've pulled love lessons from 14 classic love stories. Can you feel the love? You bet your sweet ass we do. Read more after the jump!
Bill Murray won the 2011 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am and we have some incredible photos. Murray, 60, has for years been one of the event’s most visible amateur participants, entertaining crowds with his jokes and antics. After his playing partner D.A. Points hit his tee shot today at the par-3 17th hole, Murray offered him ice cream from a nearby concession cart he raided.
Over the years, Hollywood has raised the bar for deaths in movies. Before all it took was one gunshot or one stab and, BOOM, you're dead. To avoid stagnation, deaths are starting to become more creative in movies. Whether its gory or wince-worthy, depressing or triumphant, a death can be very effective in provoking a reaction. However, sometimes that reaction is laughter and not always on purpose. That being said, here are a few deaths that, intentional or not, are ridiculous. WARNING: These clips are NOT for the faint of heart or weak of stomach.
It always seems like the nerdy kind of overweight kids from grade school always blossom as adults and go on to become rich lady killers. This 34 year old UK sensation is no different. After you find out who it is you be asking yourself, "she married that?!" Here is a pretty significant hint in case you are stumped.
Happy Groundhog Day, bitches! It absolutely sucks donkey nuts here in the NYC as the sidewalks are covered in 2 inch thick ice and there's inedible slushee everywhere. But, at least we're not Bill Murray in Groundhog Day. Here are a few choice scenes from the 1993 comedy classic along with a re-cut version of the trailer. Here's to 18 more weeks of winter! See the videos after the jump!
The Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah came to a close this past weekend. While most of the buzz went to documentaries like How to Die in Oregon, Page One: A Year Inside The New York Times, and Being Elmo: A Puppeteer's Journey, we decided to do a countdown of feature length movies from the U.S. Dramatic Competition, NEXT competition, and those not in competition (plus one doc we just couldn't pass up) that you should definitely see - whether it's in the theater, on demand, or through Netflix. See our picks after the jump!
With Jesse Eisenberg hosting Saturday Night Live this past weekend and The Social Network looking to snag a few Oscars in a little under a month, we thought we'd take a look at 8 types of creepers Facebook's created. If you've seen The Social Network, Jesse's portrayal of Mark Zuckerberg might lead one to believe Facebook's founder is a creeper himself. What do you think? Take a look at our rundown and let us know in the comments.
No Strings Attached scored the #1 slut... slot at the box office, bedding about $19 million to sexile The Green Hornet. The Way Back averaged under $2k per screen to net $1.2 mil and The Company Men collected more than $6k per screen on only 106 engagements. This week's entries feature Jay Stay fixin' problems, a possessed Anthony Hopkins who may be into Fox News, a biutiful single dad, and a couple of spoiled sisters who lose their line of credit. Screw the Pro Bowl, NHL All-Star Game, and the Winter X-Games and get righteous with these movie previews.
So, this dude Adam Beane is a sculptor who recently created a miniature bust of Matt Damon for the Jimmy Kimmel Live Show. Damon and Kimmel have done this running gag on the show for quite some time (Silverman f'ing Damon, Kimmel f'ing Affleck, etc.), but I don't remember seeing a lifelike clay model of the Oscar winning actor on the program. Guess I need to watch Kimmel more often. Anyway, Matt's butt buddy Ben Affleck saw the video of false idolatry and went apesh*t. See the beauty and the mayhem after the jump!
"The Mechanic" is a remake of the 1972 film of the same name2 starring Charles Bronson that opens tomorrow in theaters nationwide. The story follows an elite assassin played by Jason Statham who seeks vengeance after his mentor and close friend is murdered. Ben Foster plays the mentor's son who joins Statham's character to "fix the problem" hence "The Mechanic" moniker. One cast member who got our attention was Swedish supermodel Mini Anden who plays Sarah. See her pics after the jump!
When Valentines Day looms, a single dude's attention tends to shift into finding that special someone, be it for a night or the rest of his life. The dance of courtship involves dinner and a movie, usually of her choosing. You can tell a lot about a woman by the kind of movie she likes. With that in mind, here are a few movies that you'll want to avoid if she suggests them. Trust me, if a girl makes you watch these movies with her, she is either oblivious to the limits of a man's sanity or she is trying to torture you. In either case, run for the hills when she suggests these duds. See our DO NOT WATCH picks after the jump!