For a dollar, would you have sex with Paul Rudd?
That’s the question put to unsuspecting pedestrians by the hilarious Billy Eichner (host of Funny or Die’s Billy on the Street) with the real Paul Rudd (as fresh-faced as he was in 1995’s Clueless) looking on.
During the segment, the always excitable Eichner runs down a Manhattan street with the actor, randomly stopping people on the sidewalk, asking them the question and handing out a dollar to anyone who says “yes” to sex with 45-year old Rudd.
The result of this unofficial poll? The yeas have it. Whether young, old, male or female – it turns out most people would, in fact, have sex with Rudd for a dollar.
One middle-aged woman stated the obvious when asked:
“I would for nothing!”
Watch the video below.
What have Ricky, Julian and Bubbles been up to since we last saw them?
Well, a lot, actually.
In the new teaser for Trailer Park Boys’ eighth season – streaming exclusively on Netflix this fall – we find the lovable losers up to new money-making schemes and, in the case of Ricky (Robb Wells) a trailer “renovation,” where he insulates his home with bales of weed.
Julian (John Paul Tremblay) is the proud owner of a “sports bar and gym,” equipped with personalized matchbooks and a can that says “Free beer with $5 donation” and Bubbles (Mike Smith) has opened a “Shed ‘n Breakfast” for cats and their owners.
How could anything go wrong?
Aside from the new TPB season, Netflix will also have their latest movie Trailer Park Boys: Don’t Legalize It, available for streaming after it’s released on April 18.
Kevin Bacon busted moves like it was 1984 last night on The Tonight Show, recreating scenes from Footloose to mark the movie’s 30th anniversary.
And it was spectacular.
It all starts with Bacon is sitting backstage, horrified by Jimmy Fallon’s announcement that dancing has been outlawed on the show. Bacon gets up off the couch, takes a drag from an unlit cigarette, a swig from a bottle of beer and starts dancing again like everyone’s favourite PG-13 rebel Ren McCormack.
The following minutes are a nostalgic dream for Footloose fans, with Bacon wearing his iconic tank top and jeans swinging on a horizontal bar in a dusty warehouse to Moving Pictures’s Never before bringing the party to the Tonight Show studio.
Bacon, (now wearing his maroon tuxedo jacket) along with about 10 “friends” step to an elaborate choreographed number featuring glittery confetti and the music of…you guessed it…Kenny Loggins.
He may be 55, but he still has the moves:
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True Detective might be over for now, but Jimmy Kimmel gave his studio audience a “sneak peek” of what was to come in season 2 – and it includes a lot of Cyndi Lauper.
While in Austin, Texas to tape a week of shows for the city’s South by Southwest festival, Kimmel aired a video spoof of the HBO drama, which has wowed critics and fans with stellar performances by stars Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson.
In this spoof of the second season, Kimmel plays Harrelson’s good ol’ boy Marty Hart and enlists Seth Rogen to play the emotionally battered Rustin Cohle (McConaughey). At the beginning of the video, Rogen dons Cohle’s messy ponytail and is surrounded by Lone Star beer tallboys as he recalls the traumatic events of his past as a detective, asking “You ever seen a baby kill his own mama with a breakfast taco?”
The true buddy-cop scene comes at the end, when Rogen starts quoting lyrics from Cher’s If I Could Turn Back Time and Cyndi Lauper’s Time After Time, as he and Kimmel drive through Austin. Soon enough, the two are both singing Time After Time together – in harmony – and looking lovingly into each other’s eyes. The camera fades to black as they are about to make out.
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True Detective has been a runaway hit this year for HBO, with 3.5 million viewers tuning in to the season finale last Sunday. The demand was so high online that the network’s streaming service HBO GO temporarily crashed.
All hail Paul Rudd, lip-syncing king.
The age-defying actor proved he had the chops to defeat consummate showman Jimmy Fallon during a lip-syncing competition last night on the Tonight Show.
The game, which featured both men taking turns at the unplugged microphone, ended after only three songs. Rudd became very animated for his first song choice, Tina Turner’s Good To Me, which Fallon then countered with a performance of Foreigner’s Juke Box Hero.
It was all over after Rudd lip-synced to Queen’s Don’t Stop Me Now, where he looked possessed by the ghost of Freddie Mercury. Oh yeah, this guy takes lip-syncing VERY seriously.
Have a look: