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Lance Bass Visits Obama, Tweets Wrong ObamaCare Website

Lance Bass, the one-time member of the one-time popular boy band NSYNC, used his verified Twitter account to announce to his 371,000 followers that he was visiting with President Obama today at the White House to talk about ObamaCare. He then tweeted out the wrong website address. Mar 12, 2014 12:47 PM PT

Benjamin Kunkel: The Lena Dunham of Literature

The urban provincials at New York Magazine have found their new Lena Dunham, a novelist named Benjamin Kunkel who they are primping to be the next big thing no one has ever heard of. Way back in 2005, Kunkel wrote a novel no one heard of called "Indecision." This was after he co-founded a New York-based literary journal no one heard of. Mar 12, 2014 11:18 AM PT

Lena Dunham May Quit Acting

Lena Dunham, star of the HBO ratings catastrophe "Girls" and toast of the urban provincial elites who run the media, told Glamour that she might quit acting. Apparently, this has nothing to do with the fact that she is ratings poison but rather is an altruistic decision on her part to give other women roles. Mar 12, 2014 9:59 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Wednesday's Top 5 News Items

Obama's Funny or Die appearance was a dud, though. The Weekly Standard's John McCormack was on a conference call with the Department of Health and Human Services and they admitted that only 19,000 people clicked over to the ObamaCare website after watching the Funny or Die video. Millions watched that video. Mar 12, 2014 6:38 AM PT

'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' Bluray Review

Jennifer Lawrence is the best thing to happen to movies since Denzel Washington. The girl is pure movie star: appealing, accessible, sexy, smart, and an incredibly talented actress. She is the whole show in "Catching Fire," the incredibly popular sequel to the just as popular "Hunger Games." The commitment the 23 year-old Oscar winner gives to the role of our heroine Katniss Everdeen sells what could have otherwise come off as a cheesy dystopian extravaganza where everyone runs around for an hour in spandex. Mar 11, 2014 1:40 PM PT

Liam Neeson Questions Bill DeBlasio's Manhood

While running for New York City Mayor, Bill DeBlasio promised he would ban the iconic horse-drawn carriages that circle Central Park, and now that he's keeping that promise action star Liam Neeson is fighting back and questioning the mayor's manhood. Mar 11, 2014 11:03 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Tuesday's Top 5 News Items

So, if I'm reading this correctly, we know that after torturing the Scorpio Killer Callahan is "broken" because he believes he can fly and the film itself turns into a "fantasy" because the time cut showing Callahan perched on the bridge isn't really a time cut but a real-time cut that is meant to tell the viewer that Callahan simply materialized on this bridge out of thin air… Mar 11, 2014 9:21 AM PT

Funny or Die's 'Between Two Ferns' Hosts Obama to Pitch ObamaCare

President Barack Obama appeared on Funny or Die's "Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis" to pitch ObamaCare. Lately, the President has been aggressively pushing for young people to sign up for his signature health care plan -- a necessity if the program is going to be financially viable. ObamaCare desperately needs the young and healthy to overpay for health insurance as a way to cover the costs of the less healthy. Mar 11, 2014 5:50 AM PT

'Transformers 4' Trailer Loves America, Especially Texas

It doesn't look as though the Shia LaBeouf-less "Transformers 4" is any different. There's a wonderful line about messing with Texas and after six I lost count of the number of shots of the Stars and Stripes found in this short trailer. Mar 10, 2014 1:22 PM PT

Harold Ramis, 'Animal House' Slammed as Racist

Harold Ramis dies. Conservatives declare their love for him and his films. It is therefore only a matter of time before Ramis is smeared as racist. The Village Voice did the honors last week by lashing out at one of the most iconic scenes in the career-making classic comedy co-written by Ramis, 1978's "Animal House." Mar 10, 2014 10:14 AM PT

Kerry, Crist Mock CNN's Ratings Collapse

During Saturday night's annual Gridiron Club event, two high-profile Democrats -- John Kerry and Charlie Crist -- took vicious swipes at CNN, the third-place cable news channel currently suffering a noticeable ratings and quality collapse under the leadership of CNN chief Jeff Zucker. Mar 10, 2014 8:40 AM PT

Apolitical Oscars Earn Back Millions of Viewers

One factor that might have contributed to Oscar's slow climb back might be that since Barack Obama won the White House, the Oscar telecast has been noticably apolitical. Rather than the night being defined by Michael Moore screaming about Bush, Jon Stewart mocking Dick Cheney, or George Clooney proclaiming how proud he is to be out of touch, the last four or five years have been refreshingly apolitical. Mar 3, 2014 12:43 PM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Monday's Top 5 News Stories

Matthew McConaughey's comeback is truly remarkable. Going from the shirtless rom-com guy to one of only 86 people in history to hold a Best Actor Oscar is quite an achievement. I'm not interested in seeing the movie he was in, but more power to him. He seems like a legitimately decent guy and who doesn't like a comeback Mar 3, 2014 9:15 AM PT

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