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Justin Timberlake Attends Marine Corps Ball: 'One of the Most Moving Evenings I've Ever Had'

by Catherine Lawson, posted Nov 14th 2011 5:55AM
Justin Timberlake, Kesley De Santis, Marine Corps BallBack in the summer, when they were promoting their new movie, 'Friends With Benefits,' stars Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis agreed to attend Marine Corps Birthday Balls with service personnel who'd asked them to be their dates. Many commentators doubted that the stars would make good on their promise and actually attend, but Timberlake did this past weekend. And, what's more, he says he had a great time.

On Saturday night Timberlake escorted Corporal Kelsey De Santis to The Basic School Instructor Battalion 236th Marine Corps Birthday Ball at the Greater Richmond Convention Center in Virginia. Writing about the evening on his blog Timberlake said he was "so proud to be there. I felt like I was getting a chance to be among my heroes. ... I had so much fun with Kelsey and her crew of friends. They were just really nice people."

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Mila Kunis is a Reality TV Junkie (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Jul 19th 2011 5:45AM
Mila Kunis, 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon'You know those tabloid magazine sections that talk about how celebrities are just like us, showing them shopping in grocery stores and pumping their own gas?! Well, some of them even watch the same TV we do, like Mila Kunis. She and Jimmy Fallon talked about their love of reality television on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:30AM ET on NBC).

With her busy schedule, Kunis has to rely on TiVo, but she makes sure not to miss the shows she's most excited about, like the upcoming Season 4 of 'Jersey Shore' in Italy. She and Fallon were so giddy talking about these shows that it was like listening in on a water cooler conversation between two typical TV junkies.

When talking about 'Mob Wives,' we think Kunis described the women's use of language perfectly.

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Timberlake and Kunis Talk 'Friends With Benefits,' Embracing Marine Balls (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Jul 18th 2011 2:30PM
Mila Kunis and Justine Timberlake talk 'Friends With Benefits' and Marines Balls on 'Today'Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake are co-starring in the new film 'Friends With Benefits,' and have recently made headlines by accepting invitations to be guests at Marine Balls. As you might imagine, there was no way to avoid double entendre when both of those stories came up during their interview Monday on 'Today' (weekdays, 7AM on NBC).

'Today' anchor Lester Holt, a self-identified married and out-of-touch man, started the interview by asking the pair to explain the meaning of the phrase "friends with benefits." Timberlake joked that he thought it was about borrowing money or sugar. "I'm thinking it's about two people who want to have a regular friendship but to get together for sex," Holt said. Ding ding!

Holt also asked about the invitations extended to both Kunis and Timberlake to attend a Marine Ball. Kunis explained they'd actually be attending two separate balls. "Marines have a lot of balls," she said. Holt suggested the traditional Marine battle cry "Semper Fi" could be replaced by "Marines got balls."

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Andy Samberg Imagines Mila Kunis and Wolf Blitzer as a Couple (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted May 3rd 2011 12:45PM
Andy Samberg Imagines Mila Kunis and Wolf Blitzer as a CoupleAndy Samberg of 'Saturday Night Live' recalled attending the White House Correspondents Dinner on 'Live With Regis and Kelly' (weekdays, syndicated). And, while star-watching at the event, Samberg joked that he spied a highly unlikely power couple.

"It's, like, 80,000 people," Samberg said of the dinner. "And it's, like, all famous people. Everyone in Hollywood goes."

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Mila Kunis Had Strict Parents During 'That '70s Show' Stint (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Dec 16th 2010 10:15AM
Mila Kunis Talks Strict Upbringing on 'Lopez Tonight'Sounds like we will never see any footage of a teenage Mila Kunis smoking salvia weed. According to the actress, her parents were very strict. During her days on 'That '70s Show,' she still lived at home and had to follow their rules, she said on 'Lopez Tonight' (weeknights, 12AM ET on TBS).

At 16, she committed a rather tame offense (she couldn't remember exactly), and her father threatened to take her car keys. She told him defiantly, "You can't really take my car keys away, because I have to go to work tomorrow."

The next morning, her parents were at work, and her car keys were missing. "On the table, my dad had left me $1.25 and [a message that] said 'Take the bus.'" And so she did. (Luckily, cast-mate Ashton Kutcher gave her a ride home that evening.)

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Natalie Portman Was Injured on Her New Film -- and Swapped Her Trailer for a Doctor (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Nov 23rd 2010 3:01AM
Natalie Portman Was Injured on Her New Film -- and Swapped Her Trailer for a DoctorActress Natalie Portman started dancing lessons at age four. Still, she wasn't quite ready for her performance in the upcoming film 'Black Swan.' In the film, Natalie and fellow actress Mila Kunis play rival ballet dancers. But even after undergoing ballet training for six months -- for five hours every day -- Portman still got injured.

On 'Late Show' (weeknights, 11:35PM ET on CBS) Natalie described her injury to David Letterman -- and explained what she had to do to get medical treatment. Portman was hurt while being lifted in the air by one of her dancing partners. The actress "dislocated a rib -- it sort of went under another one." "Whoa," Letterman said.

Natalie then asked the producer if he could get a medic to give her "an ice-pack or an Advil or something." But as it turned out, the film was so low-budget that they didn't actually have a medic. Whoops.

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Brian and Stewie Are Trapped on 'Family Guy' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted May 3rd 2010 3:20AM
Brian and Stewie Are Trapped on 'Family Guy'It's the 150th episode of 'Family Guy' (Sun., 9PM ET on Fox). On the very special episode, Brian and Stewie Griffin end up trapped together in a bank vault. Spending so much enforced time together makes the two characters realize they don't really hate each other after all. In fact, they might kind of love one another.

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MacFarlane Takes on the Enemies of 'Family Guy' - PaleyFest Report

by John Scott Lewinski, posted Mar 10th 2010 7:03PM
Seth MacFarlane at PaleyFest 2010It was a communal, sarcastic and distinctly anti-flyover love fest when Seth MacFarlane visited the 2010 PaleyFest Tuesday.

As expected, the event had more of a Comic Con feel to it then the normally more reserved Paley atmosphere. Obsessed fans of 'Family Guy,' 'American Dad' and 'The Cleveland Show' (or fans of all three when you consider they're all kind of the same show) packed into the lavish Saban Theatre to watch MacFarlane sip a little booze, take a few potshots and soak up the adulation.

MacFarlane was joined by Seth Green, Alex Borstein, Dan Palladino, Steve Marmel, Rich Appel, Mike Barker, Danny Smith and Kara Vallow. But MacFarlane held court as the center of attention.

Unfortunately, the presence of Bill Maher (someone who never really was that funny) as host of an event dedicated to MacFarlane (one of the industry's most influential and powerful comedic minds) steered the agenda away from discussing the shows' collective content and future to a more sociopolitical agenda.

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Is it possible to hate Family Guy but still like Seth MacFarlane?

by Danny Gallagher, posted May 25th 2009 12:02PM
Seth MacFarlane, the creator of Family Guy
When it comes to Family Guy, I really tried. I honestly gave it my best shot. I watched the Sunday episodes, the late night reruns on Adult Swim, and even some of the DVDs from my college-aged brother's collection, including the famed feature-length Star Wars parody. I watched until my eyes started planning a prison break from my skull.

I wanted to like it. It's goofy, occasionally satirical and completely unafraid to be silly and bat#*$& crazy. Alas, I couldn't take it. I didn't find it funny or entertaining. The jumps to the pop culture flashbacks made the whole thing disjointed and screwed up the continuity. The characters are as two-dimensional as the paper the Korean sweatshop animators draw on for each episode. The way the show just drags on certain jokes is downright irritating. We get it. Peter hurt his knee jumping out of The A-Team van. A prom night dumpster baby musical number would be hilariously tragic. It's the one and only time I ever rooted for Cartman in an episode of South Park.

That doesn't mean the show's creator deserves the same contempt.

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Family Guy 100th episode table read - TCA report

by Michael Maloney, posted Jul 23rd 2007 10:19PM
Family Guy Yeah, I'm repeating myself, but the only two words that come to mind about today's Family Guy table read/lunch session are: freakin' sweet!

And I'm not just talking about the FG swag (pens, notebooks, inflatable Brian dolls) either. The cast of FG is doing a live table read of the show's 100th episode titled "Stewie Kills Lois." The title says it all!

A FOX publicist advises anyone of the faint of heart and all non-Quagmire-types to consider making their way to the exit door. I don't see anyone leave.

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Behind the scenes at Family Guy -- VIDEO

by Richard Keller, posted Jul 14th 2006 9:04AM

The many faces of Seth McFarlaneWhen it comes to animated series, I am always interested in looking behind the curtain to see how it all comes about. Particularly the voice talent, as many of these people (Seth McFarlane, Dan Castellaneta, Billy West) do a variety of voices for just one episode. Now, thanks to YouTube, we get to see a little bit of that behind the scenes material at the Family Guy studios.

The video features Seth McFarlane (Peter Griffin and Stewie, among others), Mila Kunis (Meg) and other company members as they do their lines for an episode of the series. What's interesting to see is how many times these voice actors go through their dialogue to get it right. What is also interesting is the fact that many of these actors perform their lines solo; I always pictured a lot of back and forth between the actors. Despite how many times the lines are read, and whether or not the readings are in a group or solo, the end result is fairly smooth when you watch the final episode on TV.

To see the video, check after the jump.

[Thanks to Michael at betapundit]

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The O.C. moves to later timeslot

by Anna Johns, posted Dec 21st 2005 11:36AM
summer ocPerhaps it's a move that will open up the 8 o'clock hour for American Idol during late February and early March, since FOX is airing the results shows for the semi-finals on Thursday nights. FOX is moving The O.C. to the 9 o'clock hour, from the 8 o'clock slot its held since the first season. That time slot is now open, thanks to the cancellation of Reunion. The move happens on January 12, when new episodes of The O.C. return. FOX's announcement also gives a hint of what's to come in the second half of this season on The O.C. Ryan, Summer, and Seth launch a plan to get Marissa back into Harbor in time for graduation. One of the upcoming episodes, called "The Safe Harbor", is a tribute to an episode of Beverly Hills 90210 where the gang fought to get Donna to graduate. Plus, there's that whole college thing that still needs to be figured out. Where will they all go so we can continue to watch The O.C.?

Sliding into The O.C.'s old time slot are back-to-back episodes of That 70s Show. At least, until Idol takes over.

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