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Seth Rogan won the Golden Globes

16 Jan

Last night was the Golden Globes, where they usually give out some really dumb awards and celebrities get hammered.  The only thing worth mentioning from the show (Besides Homeland winning best drama and best actress, both very deserved) was this moment, where A) Kate Beckinsale walked out and was legitimately maybe the hottest girl I’ve ever seen and B) Seth Rogan had the joke of the night, which is saying something since Ricky Gerveis was hilarious as usual.  Also a 25% chance it wasn’t a joke since oh my god Kate Beckinsale is ridiculous.  Who is Kate Beckinsale married to?  I’m pretty sure it’s just a normal man.  Like a non celebrity. There’s hope for all of us.

Important Update: Kate Beckinsale is married to the director of all the Underworld Movies, Die Hard 4, and this year’s Total Recall reboot.  To clarify my point above, there actually is not hope for all of us.  Only directors of mediocre action movies.

Beastie Boys – Star-Studded, Badass Video

14 Jun

If you haven’t seen this, you need to watch it immediately.  Fellow NSD writer GaddafiDuck sent me this weeks ago telling me to watch it, and I put it off and put it off (it’s a 30 minute music video, what?) as he got increasingly angry.  I now see why.  I’ve never been a huge Beastie Boys fan past the obvious classics (Sabotage, Fight for Your Right, etc) but this blew me away.  The Beastie Boys assembled one of the most star studded casts in recent memory for this twentieth anniversary video: Seth Rogan, John C. Reilly, Will Ferrell, Jack Black, Danny McBride, and Elijah Wood star as the old and new versions of the group (it will make sense when you watch it), with cameos from Stanley Tucci, Susan Sarandon, Rashida Jones, Will Arnett, Adam Scott, Rainn Wilson, Ted Danson, Roman Coppola, Steve Buscemi, Amy Poehler, Jason Schwartzmann, Alicia Silverstone, Laura Dern, Kirsten Dunst, Chloe Sevigny, Maya Rudolph, David Cross and Martin Starr.  If you don’t feel like watching it all, fast forward to about minute 23, and you’ll be hooked immediately.  The next time you are about to watch some terrible network sitcom rerun because there is nothing on TV, watch this instead. You’ll thank me, I promise.