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Tonight on VH1, The 2011 Do Something Awards hosted by Jane Lynch will honor celebrities and young people actually making a difference in the world. Oh, and also, Justin Bieber was there!!1! You can watch the show on VH1 at 9/8 C, but til that time, we would like to offer you our signature For Your Consideration: The 2011 Do Something Awards. Dear Rose: He Likes His Team. He’S Set With That Team. They’Re Only Comfortable With Their Equipment. Adam Lambert and Rose McGowan Most Aroused Sneaker David Beckham’s “Do Something” Award “See, It’S Two Girls… But They Have To Share A Cup.” Tyra Banks and Kim Kardashian Can He Borrow Your Hat? Please? Gene Simmons Nicole Is Wearing A Form-fitting Nurses Uniform With Sash Belt, Sure To Speed Up Any Boy’S Pulse. And Of Course, No Nurse Would Be Complete Without Her Stethoscope Necklace. Tyra Banks Hey Media, »
- Michelle Collins
This Friday sees the release of the first "Planet of the Apes" film in a decade, "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" starring James Franco. We'll have our review of the film up on Friday, but to help set the mood, here is a revised and updated version of a feature we first brought you in 2008 on the 40th anniversary of the original "Planet of the Apes." Below you'll find a guide to all six previous movies, with synopses, spoilers, continuity errors, and a celebration of all the high-minded social commentary and low-brow schlocky ape masks that make the "Apes" films one of the most satisfying of all sci-fi franchises.
Please note: Most "Planet of the Apes" films have a "shocking" twist that everyone at this point already knows. However, if you have somehow extricated yourself from forty years of pop culture references, by all means be wary of Spoilers ahead. »
- Matt Singer
2 items from 2011
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