Tupac and Tony Danza Were Besties

Whose next? Ol Dirty and John Ritter? Rest in peace, Tupac Shakur. Everybody misses you. Especially Tony Danza. (via Warming Glow)

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The zombie genre gets reinvented for the better. I consider myself a zombie purist. They are shuffling, rotting, undead husks. They don't run. They don't climb. And they don't roll on Shabbos. But can they love? Yes, apparently. That's the questioned asked in this trailer for Warm Bodies which seems like a charming and inventive addition to the genre. This does for zombies what Edward Scissorhands did for freaky scissor-handed people. It's not the groanworthy Twilight-ification that we all expected. Just total fun and has John Malkovich and an undead Rob Corddry in addition to Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer in the lead roles of zombie and the girl who inspires his heart to beat again. Hate on it if you have to, but at least they aren't fast zombies.


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She seemed like a nice lady. Piers Morgan is really broken up about the death of comedian Patrice O'Neal. While interviewing Dane Cook last night he acknowledged that "it's been a sad day for comedy." He went on to comment that O'Neal was very funny before dropping a bombshell that could only come from CNN. I hope you're sitting down. Patrice O'Neal was actually a woman. Before jumping to a clip of the late seemingly-male comic, Morgan provided some background. "She died of a stroke today. I want to take a quick look at Patrice on Jimmy Fallon, to remind everyone just how funny she was." Wow. She really hid her secret well. (Gawker)