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NPH wouldn’t do that…
Not a bad flick, provided you’re a bad person.
"American Idol" has been a launching pad for many talented young singers, and that's partly thanks to the "American Idol" guest judges. The judging dynamic was ruptured when Paula Abdul…
The “How I Met Your Mother” episodes have been fan favorites. Aside from the epic tales that countdown to the day Ted met his wife, there are memorable moments in…
What drug will NPH be tripping on this time?
It’s The Smurfs. Whatever, man.
The cockamouse is back…this time in .gif form!
In today’s society it is becoming more and more prevalent for gay actors to come out of the closet without having to fear for career retribution, as an example, here…
If you’re wondering what ‘Alvin and the Chipmunks’ would be like if the chipmunks were blue and were chased around by an ugly wizard and his cat, then stop using your imagination and watch this horrible trailer.
Here’s a preview of the animated movie ‘Rio.’ The upcoming ‘Rio’ version of Angry Birds for iPhone sounds more promising, because maybe I’ll get to destroy these fowl pheasants.
The ten best gay American actors have appeared on television as well as the silver screen. In their work, their orientation is merely a side note. However, they still have…
We’ve covered Beastly before, so I’ll be brief on the plot specifics. A handsome, 25-year old high school student is cursed to look like a Henna-tattooed penis and must break the spell by discovering inner beauty.
“How I Met Your Mother” is a comedy with as many secrets as “Lost.” I can’t really spoil anything that happens in the season premiere, so I’ll just try to talk about the comedy and tease the cool stuff that develops in the plot.
It opens with something that a new viewer to the show might think is a big reveal. Of course we know they never get right to the point. They like to set up some future event and then go back and slowly lead back up to it until we realize what we thought we were seeing wasn’t actually what we were seeing.
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Neil Patrick Harris (the actor and the character) is returning for the third installment of the Harold and Kumar trilogy. Harris joins the original stars, John Cho and Kal Penn, as well as newcomers Patton Oswalt and Thomas Lennon.The film, currently titled A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas, has already begun shooting at a mall in Michigan. Unfortunately, it's not slated for release until Christmas of 2011. If that bums you out, just get stoned, click here, and forget I said anything. (Empire Online)
Quick everyone! Neil Patrick Harris is saying things!! And these things he's saying may mean that Dr. Horrible 2 will be a feature length film.“Apparently they're making a 'Dr. Horrible' sequel — a feature film, I hope.” Or it won't be! But assuming it is, they have a fine line to walk in order to successfully pull off the camp and low budget look of the original web series.“You don't want to necessarily make the feature film be an $80 million giant movie, because it defeats the purpose of what the first film was made to be… Then again, you don't want it to be so low-brow that it's not worth paying money to see as a movie.” [**cough, cough Ironclad**]To recapitulate, Joss Whedon is making a sequel to a web series which its star HOPES will be a feature film. And if it is a feature film, they'll have to spend more money. The end. This information brought to you by a slow news weekend. (MTV)
The long-gestating Smurfs film project is gaining traction now that the animation tests are finished. Popular song and dance man, Neil Patrick Harris has been cast in an unspecified live-action role in the upcoming film. Thus he joins the illustrious ranks of Jason Lee, Breckin Meyer, Matthew Lillard, and Jerry O'Connell before him.The openly gay star is beloved for his talented turns in How I Met Your Mother, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, Doogie Howser M.D., the Harold and Kumar films and as host of the Emmys. Though it is unclear whether he will play a human who encounters the Smurfs or the fugly wizard Gargamel, I'm sure he will ably class up this project.Going forward all Richard Gere/Gerbil jokes should be replaced with NPH/Smurf jokes. Homophobes everywhere, please update your dogmatic joke books accordingly. (Deadline Hollywood)