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While the upcoming Justin Timberlake/Mila Kunis flick Friends With Benefits might sound a lot like the Ashton Kutcher/Natalie Portman RomCom No Strings Attached movie from earlier this year, there are at least two important differences. First, the word of mouth is good (check out our review on Friday) and second, it has a gay character played by Woody Harrelson. Even better, according to Justin Timberlake, the movie went out of its way to make the character wasn't just a stereotypical gay bestfriend.
Unfortunately, Harrelson wasn't on the red carpet at the New York premiere, but Kunis was there looking smoking hot in a red dress and Timberlake showed his fashion sense truly has evolved since his early days.
- AfterElton.com Staff
One month after the regrettable end of award season, we get one glorious hour-and-a-half return of the arbitrary kudo. Omg, it's the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards 2011!
So whether you're a kid, a curious adult in need of a recap or, like us, someone over the age of 17 watching electively and feeling like a total creep for it, here are some musings on the highlights and lowlights of the whole squee-filled, slime-covered, seizure-inducing thing:
We respect a good Monster Truck joke as much as the next guy, but did host Jack Black really need to open the show by destroying two perfectly good limousines? Let's teach the children well... At least he sang. Are we insane for thinking his mass-choreographed "I Got a Feeling" wasn't totally lame?
The Black Eyed Peas did show him up, though. And their performance certainly eclipsed their awkward turn at the Super Bowl. We just wish »
2 items from 2011
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