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Shia Labeouf has received the stamp of approval from Carey Mulligan's parents. The "Transformers" actor, who met the British star when the pair filmed "Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps", was reportedly keen to prove to his girlfriend's parents that he is the "real deal" on a recent trip to the 25-year-old actress's London home. An insider revealed, "Her parents were worried that Shia was just another Hollywood player who would hurt Carey. Shia did his best to prove he's the real deal."
In a bid to impress, the 23-year-old star, who previously dated model China Brezner, lavished gifts upon his girlfriend's parents, giving a Hermes scarf to her mother, Nano, and her father, Stephen, receiving an iPad. The source added to National Enquirer magazine, "They thought it was sweet, and he enjoyed spoiling them a bit."
In the past, Shia has made no secret of how much »
Chicago – The critical mind boggles when faced with a postmodern curiosity like “Aqua Teen Hunger Force.” It is almost entirely indefensible on every conceivable level. Think of the funniest joke you ever heard at 3am in the midst of an insomnia attack or the haze of hookah smoke, and you’ll find the accurate equivalent of this show’s mind-numbingly stupid humor.
Launched a decade ago on Adult Swim, “Aqua Teen” has outlasted most of the network’s other shows, and has garnered a devoted cult following (as well as several detractors). It certainly has the distinction of being the only show aiming to reflect our fast food culture by actually casting fast food as its main characters. There’s Meatwad, played by series co-creator Dave Willis, whose memorable voice can be achieved by anyone who knows how to constrict their vocal chords. Master Shake (Wallace Shawn soundalike Dana Snyder »
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2 items from 2010