After last season's cliffhanger of priceless Nazi-plundered art seemingly going ka-boom, then popping up in a storage locker from an anonymous source, the "White Collar" Season 3 premiere is back and guess who stole the art? Mozzie. Which should have come as less of a surprise than it did, I think.
Mozzie comes clean as the thief to Neal and they decide to run with the loot. Peter's big clue to who stole the stuff is the scrap of one of Neal's paintings he saw at the explosion. It turns out Mozzie used Neal's art in the swap so the forensic tests would find paint and canvas in the warehouse and Neal is sweating. Peter can't go to the Bureau with his suspicions yet, so Elle offers to call in a favor at a gallery to test the scrap and see if it's old or new.
Neal and Moz decide »
It was a guys' night out on Saturday (June 4) at Spike TV's annual "Guys Choice Awards." Among the honorees of the evening were "Funniest Mother F***er" Jim Carrey, "Rookie of the Year" Blake Griffin and "Brass Balls" recipient, Keith Richards.
Zap2it was on the red carpet asking a few of the attendees about some of their biggest man-crushes. It's a tough job, but somebody's gotta do it.
We can think of plenty of guys who have a man crush on L.A. Clipper, Griffin, but when we spoke with the him, the athlete revealed a soft spot for teammate DeAndre Jordan. The two arrived, walked the carpet and sat together during the show. Dare we call them "dates?"
"Reno 911's" Tom Lennon and Ben Garant were amped to present the "Manvention of the Year" award for 3D Japanese pornography... or something. [Related: Stay tuned for our "Being a Girl at Guys Choice" perspective post coming later this week.]
Both guys picked a British born »
It's nice to know that Sean Penn and Scarlett Johansson are handling their breakup pretty well. At least that's what it seemed like last night at the taping of Spike TV's Guys Choice Awards… Penn was on hand for the induction of Fast Times at Ridgemont High into the Guy Movie Hall of Fame, while ScarJo hit the stage with her Avengers costar Chris Evans (looking super cute in a pair of Simon Spurr jeans, by the way) to honor the U.S. military. Penn and Johansson ran into each other backstage. "Scarlett Johansson & Sean Penn took a pic together backstage," tweeted my pal Jared Eng of Just Jared. "[H]e gave her a big kiss when he saw her, she gave him kiss »
The Sony lot in Culver City was transformed into a mix of Key West and Havana Cuba last night for the fifth annual Guys Choice Awards. It's always an unconventional affair and last night was no different, with Cameron Diaz kicking things off in a sexy sheer suit and setting up the evening with a few rules a la Bad Teacher. She came out again later to present Jim Carrey with the Funniest MFer award, and he pushed the boundaries with his acceptance speech. Justin Timberlake preached to the crowd about finding the Holy Grail of Hotness winner, his Friends With Benefits costar Mila Kunis, who defeated Minka Kelly for the crown. It was Jennifer Aniston, however, who got the ultimate accolades for her sexy status: the Decade of Hotness award. She thanked her yoga teacher for keeping her in such great shape and gave big hugs to all her Horrible Bosses costars, »
- Molly Goodson
Newly single stars Sean Penn and Scarlett Johansson avoided a face-to-face reunion on Saturday as the former lovers both attended the Spike Guys' Choice Awards in Los Angeles.
The actors were said to have enjoyed a brief romance before news of the break-up emerged earlier this week.
But there was no awkward meet-up at the glitzy California bash - Johansson walked the red carpet, while Penn arrived late to accept an award from Robert De Niro as his 1982 movie Fast Times At Ridgemont High was inducted into the Guy Movie Hall of Fame.
Johansson opted not to talk about her love life to reporters and instead turned the focus onto her latest movie project.
She told JustJared.com, "I just flew in from New Mexico, where I've been shooting The Avengers. A bunch of the cast is here tonight but I'm here to support the troops. (Co-star) Chris Evans and I are presenting. We're right in the middle of scenes and figuring a lot of stuff out. I've been training a lot and doing all sorts of exercises."
The evening saw Justin Timberlake present his Friends with Benefits co-star Mila Kunis with the Holy Grail of Hotness Award, while Rolling Stones rocker Keith Richards stepped onstage to accept the humorously titled Brass Balls Award, as well as a literary prize for his autobiography, Life.
Pineapple Express star Danny McBride was hailed the Comedy Mvp, while Modern Family TV babe Sofia Vergara accepted the Hot and Funny prize, and Jennifer Aniston was lauded with the Decade of Hotness title. »
Sean Penn will reunite with the director and cast of his breakout film Fast Times at Ridgemont High at tonight's Spike TV's Guys' Choice Awards. The coming-of-age drama is to be inducted into the network's Guy Movie Hall of Fame, and Robert De Niro will present the cast with the award. The event will see Penn reunited on stage with the likes of Judge Reinhold, Brian Backer, Forest Whitaker and Robert Romanus, as well as the film's director Amy Heckerling. Jennifer Jason Leigh is said (more) »
- By Tom Ayres
Sean Penn will reunite with his Fast Times At Ridgemont High castmates and director on Saturday when the high school comedy is inducted into the Guy Movie Hall of Fame at Spike TV’s Guys Choice Awards.
Penn, who played stoner icon Jeff Spicoli in the 1982 film, will reportedly join co-stars Judge Reinhold, Robert Romanus, Brian Backer and Forest Whitaker, and director Amy Heckerling at the event in Los Angeles, according to EW.com.
Robert De Niro will present the cast with trophies. »
The cast of "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" will reunite to party at the Guys Choice Awards. Jeff Spicoli would most definitely approve.
Sean Penn, Judge Reinhold, Robert Romanus, Brian Backer, Forest Whitaker and director Amy Heckerling will be present at Spike TV's Guy Choice Awards to witness "Fast Times" being inducted into the Guy Movie Hall of Fame, according to Inside TV.
We wonder if Phoebe still has that red bathing suit? We wonder that quite often, actually...
The Guys Choice Awards will air on Spike TV on Friday, »
- Bryan Enk
"Fast Times at Ridgemont High" will reportedly be honored at the testosterone fueled award ceremony. Penn will be joined by director Amy Heckerling and castmates Judge Reinhold, Robert Romanus, Brian Backer and Forest Whitaker.
If you thought this couldn't get any cooler, you'd be wrong. The award will be doled out by none other than Robert De Niro, who will also be presenting Keith Richards with the coveted Brass Balls award.
Zap2it will be on the red carpet (and backstage!) catching all the action on our »
Fast Times at Ridgemont High will be inducted into the Guy Movie Hall of Fame at Spike TV’s 2011 Guys Choice spectacle, which means– whoa, Mr. Hand! — we’re getting a mini-reunion of the cast from the seminal ’80s flick.
Sean Penn — yes, Academy Award winner Sean Penn — Judge Reinhold, Robert Romanus, Brian Backer, Forest Whitaker (another Oscar winner!), and director Amy Heckerling will all take the stage to accept the honor from film vet Robert De Niro, EW.com reveals. Among the Mia, Jennifer Jason Leigh is busy on Broadway, while Phoebe Cates is “unavailable.”
Spike’s Guys Choice bash airs Friday, »
- Megan Masters
In the mood for some tasty waves, a cool buzz, or at least a mini-reunion of the cast of Fast Times at Ridgemont High? EW has learned that the legendary high school comedy will be inducted into the Guy Movie Hall of Fame at Saturday’s taping of Spike TV’s Guys Choice event, with Fast Times cast members Sean Penn, Judge Reinhold, Robert Romanus, Brian Backer, Forest Whitaker, and director Amy Heckerling appearing together onstage in Los Angeles to accept the honor. (Alas, Jennifer Jason Leigh is busy starring in the Broadway production of The House of Blue Leaves and Phoebe Cates is unavailable. »
- Dan Snierson
An American Pie movie just isn’t the same without the entire cast. Watching one without all of its key members is like squeezing blood from a stone. American Reunion has locked in the original cast members from American Pie for the eighth film in the franchise.
If you missed the last four spin-offs (American Pie Presents: Bandcamp, The Nake Mile, Beta House and The Book of Love) that’s because they went straight to video, but fear not, Everyone is back for the Reunion. Shannon Elizabeth (That 70′s Show) was one of the last holdouts–probably because (we’re guessing) she’d have to get nude–but signed to join co-stars Jason Biggs (Mad Love), Chris Klein (We Were Soldiers), Alyson Hannigan (How I Met Your Mother), Thomas Ian Nicholas (Let the Game Begin), Eddie Kaye Thomas (American Dad), Natasha Lyonne (Blade: Trinity), Seann William Scott (Role Models, Goon »
- Ernie Estrella
Academy Award winner Sean Penn has been working in films and television for 37 years. It was in 1982 that he landed his breakout role as the stoner-surfer Jeff Spicoli, in the iconic comedy classic Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Some actors don’t like to reflect on their earlier roles that made them stars, but Penn isn’t one of them. Penn has fond memories of Fast Times, which is considered one of the most beloved comedies of the 1980’s (Click on the audio player below to hear Sean Penn) Sean penn
Spicoli’s Surfer Dream
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I tried so hard to find an Oprah-themed Bad Movie We Love this week. Bad news, my darlings: they're all not good enough. Beloved is too boring, Native Son is too serious, and The Color Purple is too funny. (Trust me.) So I rallied and made big choices. This week I'm commemorating Tree of Life star Sean Penn's filthy past and Oprah's biggest finale guest: the ineffable, the insufferable, La Sleaza Bonita herself, Madonna. Read: This Is A Great Day. And the movie is a legend among awful, latrine-stink cinema, a rancid little misfortune cookie called Shanghai Surprise. Or as I prefer to call it: Not-So-Fast Times with Frigid Wife. »
HollywoodNews.com: Our selected celebrity to be included in our “Hot Hollywood Celebrity Photo Gallery of the Day” is Sean Penn. Sean was at the premiere of Terrence Malick’s “The Tree of Life,” starring Brad Pitt, at the Cannes Film Festival.
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Sean Justin Penn (born August 17, 1960) is an American actor, screenwriter and film director, also known for his political and social activism. He is a two-time Academy Award winner for his roles in Mystic River (2003) and Milk (2008), as »
- Josh Abraham
Fast Times remains the definitive film about American high school life in the 1980s and stars such soon-to-be-popular performers as Sean Penn (Fair Game), Jennifer Jason Leigh (Greenberg), Nicolas Cage (Leaving Las Vegas), Forest Whitaker (Repo Men), Eric Stoltz (TV’s Caprica) and the very hot Phoebe Cates (Gremlins).
The Blu-ray won’t have any new special features, but it will have the extras from the Collector’s Edition DVD released in 2003:
Reliving our Fast Times at Times at Ridgemont High documentary featuring »
There were plenty of doubters when Disney said last year that the new film Prom aspired to follow the tradition of John Hughes and Cameron Crowe. Studio chairman Rich Ross said he wanted the movie to be “honest and authentic,” an announcement that would make any of the kids from Fast Times at Ridgemont High, The Breakfast Club, or any of those daring — and, in hindsight, extremely risque — ’80s teen flicks say, “Yuh, sure.”
Could the home of the ultra-peppy High School Musical franchise tell a heartfelt high school story without an R-rating?
That’s the question faced by director »
- Anthony Breznican
Per the late-breaking tweet from Bill, er, Alex Winter, the semi-long-planned new Bill & Ted sequel is coming together. With that project (and Keanu Reeves) in a good place, it's time to turn our attention to more pressing matters. Like, which other seminal 1980s films should be sequelized before we get too bogged down in mid-1990s nostalgia: 1. Return of the Jedi: One, the prequels weren't sequels. Two, they weren't any good. Three, we're owed. Four, we want to know what happened to Han and Leia, but we don't want to read the books. (Do we look like geeks to you?) Five, we have no idea how we'd cast. Six, that's not our problem. 2. Fast Times at Ridgemont High: We are »
By Sam Weisberg - April 22, 2011
At the beginning of James Westby's “Rid of Me,” a frowning, diminutive thirty-something woman—rendered alarmingly feline by bursts of Goth makeup—and an icy blonde princess stride past each other, in slow motion, in a supermarket. “You bitch,” the blonde mutters under her breath. Upon which, the Goth girl, without breaking a sweat, jams her hands down her skirt and smears menstrual blood all over the blonde's face.
This prologue is, like much of the rest of “Rid of Me,” jarringly funny yet punishingly shrill. Westby has a great deal of malicious, playful energy; his sheer joy at making this movie electrifies almost every frame. But though you share in his enthusiasm at times, Westby is ultimately hampered by the same hyperkinetic overconfidence that marred “Run Lola Run” and similar movies; it confuses breathlessness with boldness. The movie needs a massive dose of Ritalin. »
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Ask potheads which movie character they.d most like to get high with and at least half the time you.ll hear Cheech and Chong or Jeffrey .The Dude. Lebowski. On the one hand, it makes sense given they.ve been long exalted as great advocates for the weed cause, but on the other hand, it makes no goddamn sense whatsoever. If you could have sex with any woman in the world, would you really pick a porn star? If you could get drunk with any person in history, would you pick a known alcoholic? I certainly wouldn.t. Fast Times At Ridgemont High.s Spicolli might be fun to watch on film, but in real life, I wouldn.t have the slightest interest in passing him a joint and hearing him talk about how worthless Us History is. The same thing goes for Slater from Dazed And Confused and »
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