Give fall the warm welcome it deserves by getting out the house the weekend.
Check out our review of "The Wolverine" before you see it this weekend.
From "Wilfred" on DVD to a second exorcism, here's a list of this week's best new releases.
This footage, released by BarelyPolitical, shows some hilarious behind-the-scenes footage of Wolverine as Hugh Jackman had originally imagined the character. How he managed to sneak a synthesizer-playing-hipster onto the set is beyond me, but I was so busy laughing and singing along that I didn't have time to notice. Yea, I was singing. Whatever, it's Saturday morning, I'm just glad I woke up after last night. Something tells me the pink-shirt hipster won't be able to say the same. Check out Broadway Hugh Jackman after the jump!
Back in November, various media outlets reported Julia Roberts made $1.5 million to appear in Lavazza ad. She did not have to speak. She only had to smile and wink. You know there is good money to be made if even Saint Brangelina is not immune (Angelina shilled for Shiseido in Japan and Brad's efforts can be seen below). More often than not celebrities will shill abroad. And while it can be argued whether or not it makes financial sense for the advertisers to hand over so much cash for celebrities, they are still willing to fork it over (not sans insurance natch, you never know when you have next Tiger Woods or Wayne Rooney on your hands). Meanwhile we can get a few giggles out of latest celebrity endorsements.
COED's Most Anticipated Movies of 2010 hailed the film adaptation of "Arrested Development" as the most eagerly awaited release for this past year. So, what makes us want to see a movie? It could be our admiration for certain actors or directors, or it could be as simple as a bad-ass poster or tagline. Whatever the case may be, we've combed Variety's Film Release Chart for the movies releasing in 2011 that could be on your "Best Of" list come this time next year. Without further ado, COED presents our list of the Most Anticipated Movies of 2011. See the full list after the jump!
Stuck in the middle of travel hell? Freezing your ass off? Need a good laugh? How about actor Hugh Jackman getting hit in the balls while playing cricket? Wolverine takes it like a man. Sort of. The video is right here.
AskMen today announced the results of their annual reader survey: the Top 49 Most Influential Men of 2010. More than half a million votes were cast. The 2010 list seems to favor "rule breakers" who are engaging, unconventional, and speak frankly like Stephen Colbert, Conan O'Brien, and Jay-Z.
A Purdue University student newspaper ran a racy cartoon that showed a man having sex with a woman then switching out with a different man without the woman's knowledge.
COED's Most Anticipated Movies of 2010 hailed the film adaptation of "Arrested Development" as the most eagerly awaited release. Talk about your all-time c*cktease. Looking at this year's tentative slate of box office hopefuls, you might think Hollywood is unoriginal. Even with with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley replacing Megan Fox, Transformers 3 has no chance of erasing the soiled diaper that was Revenge of the Fallen.
Twentieth-Century Fox was the butt of a big prank this April Fool's Day, when news broke that a copy of X-Men Origins: Wolverine was leaked onto the net. Movies get leaked habitually, sure, but the circumstances combined to make it feel like a first: It was a DVD-quality copy. Of a massive, big-budget superhero movie. Online a full month before the movie's release.