It’s finally confirmed: All the guys have signed back on for the sequel to The Hangover which is tentatively titled The Hangover 2: We Like Money. Well the three guys who count are on board anyway. I don’t know what they’re going to do with the stupid boring roof guy. (Screen Junkies)
Even though Season Three doesn’t kick off for two-and-a-half more months, the first teaser poster for “True Blood” is out. I already can’t wait to mock of Bill’s pronunciation of “Suucka.” (Bloody Disgusting)
Jesse James has crawled off to — where else? — rehab, with his tail between his legs hoping that Sandra Bullock will forgive him for the whole Nazi-banging thing. (Litelysalted)
Oh, and you know it wouldn’t be a proper celebrity scandal without Dr. Drew’s fucking two cents. (Celebitchy)
Usher guest-starred as a “mentor” on last night’s “American Idol.” Which is funny because last night I was watching an old episode of “American Dreams” (because my boyfriend is a total girl and loves that show) that Usher guest starred on and I asked if “that was Nelly.” (Hairballs)
Since so many of you expressed your undying love to Edward Norton yesterday, here is an interview that he did with the A.V. Club. (AV Club)
With Apple’s digital maxi pad coming out later this week, here are some other stupid uses of modern technology. (Uproxx)
The trailer for the final season of “The Hills” is out, and Heidi Montag’s face somehow manages to look even more grotesque when she feigns tears. (IBBB)
You can now vote for the nominees for the MTV Movie Awards, which means that the fate of the best “WTF Moment” lies solely in your hands! (Atomic Popcorn)
Here’s an essential guide to cinematic May-December romances. (Cinematical)
For no other reason than it’s his birthday, here is a three part guide to Ewan McGregor’s career. (Film Experience)
Dawson of “Dawson’s Creek” or whatever his real name is has been ordered to pay his ex-wife alimony and might eventually go broke. Who saw that coming? (Evil Beet)
Hey you! Yes you. Would you like to see what the thrilling life of a film blogger is like? Well, we’re not hiring … But The Playlist is. (The Playlist)
Lastly, what would it be like if Lady Gaga was a normal person? “Normal” being a totally objective word here, of course.
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