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Tags: Jennifer AnistonlesbianDirtWe are the MillersWanderlustRockstarFriendsIMDb
Jennifer Aniston is close friends with Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi, but that's not the only reason she's lesbian-friendly. She's had her share of girl-on-girl on screen, including a scene with Kathryn Hahn in their new film We Are the Millers.
What better time to count down Jen's best lesbian moments?
5. Getting down with groupies in Rockstar
Because when your boyfriend, Mark Wahlberg, is making out with girls, you can, too.
4. A hippie foursome on a commune in Wanderlust
When in Rome...
3. A sweeps week kiss with Courtenay Cox on Dirt
Before the episode aired, Jen told People it was more of a "goodbye kiss" than a sexy one, saying, "I don't honestly think people want to see Rachel and Monica have at it."
2. As Rachel, after a trip to the strip club on Friends
"For me, it'd have to be Chantelle. When »
Rumors of a "Friends" reunion had the internet in a frenzy on Tuesday.
Reports claimed that NBC confirmed a revival of the popular sitcom and it seems like the rumors started with Khits, a radio station based in Tulsa, Ok, Examiner.
On Sunday, April 7, Khits posted an image with the iconic orange couch from Central Perk that reads, "Friends. The One With The Reunion. Thanksgiving 2014" with the caption, "This is the best Sunday news, evar [sic]!"
Warner Bros confirmed to The Huffington Post that there will be no "Friends" reunion.
The unofficial "Friends" reunion image has floated around the web for months. Alum Matthew Perry (Chandler) tweeted in November 2012 that there won't be a "Friends" reunion.
There is zero truth to this rumor. but Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! Rt @ebrookep1: @matthewperry Can you confirm this? twitter.com/ebrookep1/stat…
— matthew perry (@MatthewPerry) November 22, 2012
On Tuesday, other sources attempted to dispel the rumors via Twitter. »
- Chris Harnick
Tags: Go OnJulie WhiteCourteney CoxIMDbDirt
When the first photo of Courteney Cox's guest appearance on Go On hit the internet a couple of weeks ago, I practically melted into a puddle of swoony goop. Matthew Perry and Courteney Cox reunited! Monica and Chandler together again! Then NBC released actual details and I fainted dead away. The episode, which will air on March 26th, is called "Matchup Problems" and this is the official synopsis:
Ryan's "wing man" turns into competitor for the affection of a beautiful widow - Courteney Cox guest stars — Anne (Julie White) offers to set up Ryan (Matthey Perry) with a new acquaintance, Talia (Courteney Cox), a recent widow struggling to find her emotional direction. When the three go out together, Talia ends up heavily flirting with them both.
Prove it with pictures, NBC.
There's always a tiny part of me that's going to be skeptical about »
After hearing the latest news that the Bings are back, we couldn’t help but imagine what Ms. Chanandler Bong and his wife are up to now. Although we like to think that they are busy raising two very competitive and witty children, and that Joey is in fact living in an apartment above their garage (and teaching their children the art of “How you doin’”), we don’t actually know.
So while our Friends-loving hearts still wait for a real reunion (fingers crossed), we currently get through the day by reliving the handful of mini-reunions we’ve enjoyed over the years. »
- Samantha Highfill
The Visual Effects Society has announced the nominees for their 11th Annual Ves Awards. From film to animation to television to commercials and video games, the Ves Awards honor the outstanding visual effects artistry.
"Life of Pi's" Ang Lee will be honored with the Visionary Award. Winners will be announced on Tuesday, February 5, at the Beverly Hilton.
Here's the complete list of nominees; for winners/nominees of other award-giving bodies, click here:
Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects-Driven Feature Motion Picture
Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Feature Motion Picture
Fuel VFX has received two award nominations from the Visual Effects Society.
Fuel co-founder Paul Butterworth was nominated for .Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects-Driven Feature Motion Picture. for Prometheus (alongside non-Fuel nominations Charley Henley, Allen Maris and Richard Stammers).
The Fuel team of Xavier Bourque, Sam Cole, Simone Riginell and Denis Scolan - representing the hard work of all 16 compositors who worked on the film at the company - were nominated for Prometheus (Engineers & the Orrery) in the "Outstanding Compositing in a Feature Motion Picture" category.
- Brendan Swift
6 items from 2013
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