Heather Graham On Extended Massive Orgasms

Heather Graham has done a lot of movies in which she isn’t naked and wearing roller-skates.

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Dave Attell Thinks the Internet Is Too Sensitive

Dave Attell is not going to be the next Louis C.K. 

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Can This Dude From Oklahoma Save the Human Race?

Joshua Daniels doesn’t believe in the end of the world. But he does believe that civilization as we know it is probably fucked.

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The Old Soul of Hailee Steinfeld

It ain’t easy being a teen actress in Hollywood.

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Denis Leary Talks Horse Porn

If you haven’t bothered to check out Sirens, the new Chicago-based sitcom about EMTs — co-created and executive-produced by Denis Leary — you might want to change that.

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Shaquille O’Neal Is Sorry for Shaq-Fu, Raising Money for Sequel

Few video games have been as culturally divisive as Shaq Fu, the 1994 console game starring the still-in-his-prime NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal.

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F. Murray Abraham On “Inside Llewyn Davis” Oscar Snub

F. Murray Abraham has played a lot of baddies in his remarkable career.

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DJ Ruckus Mixing Fitness and Fashion

DJs are known for a lot of things—headphone endorsements, gigantic mouse heads—but rarely their rock-hard abs.

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The Meteorologist in Winter: Weather—and Hatred—on the Ones

It’s been a long, brutal winter, and it’s not over yet.

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Vera Farmiga On the Terrors of Parenthood

It’s becoming increasingly apparent that Vera Farmiga should just be given every mother role in every TV show and movie from now on.

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Are You Pooping All Wrong?

I have managed to avoid yoga for most of my adult life. But I’ve taken a sudden interest in it recently. And not for the reasons I assume most people do yoga. I’m trying to get better at pooping.

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Memo to Team Christie: The Psychology of Putting Shady Shit in Emails

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Margaret McLean, a former assistant district attorney in Lawrence, Mass., and a Boston College professor, has interviewed dozens of career criminals while researching her upcoming book on Boston crime leader Whitey Bulger, Whitey On Trial: Secrets, Corruption, and the Search for Truth (out in February).

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Caught on E-Mail: A Decade of Schemes Discussed Digitally

The most remarkable thing about the George Washington Bridge scandal currently roiling the administration of New Jersey’s Republican Governor Chris Christie is just how unremarkable it is for powerful people to be caught out in the open with a trail of troublesome digital correspondence.

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Iron Mike No Longer Wants To Eat Your Children

For almost two decades, there was nobody more feared in the boxing arena than Mike Tyson.

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Q&A: Terence Winter on The Wolf of Wall Street’s Infamous Candle Scene

The Wolf of Wall Street, the hotly-anticipated new movie by Martin Scorsese — which opens Christmas Day — is essentially spoiler-proof.

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Monster Porn: Amazon Cracks Down On America’s Latest Sex Fantasy

Author Virginia Wade’s fiction debut follows a group of women who embark on a week-long camping trip to Mt. Hood National Forest.

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America’s Fattest Presidents

At a staggering 340 pounds and a Body Mass Index of 42.3, William Howard Taft wasn’t just the heaviest president in U.S. history.

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Q&A: Stanley Tucci on His Love of the C-Word

In less than a month, Stanley Tucci has appeared in two very different films, portraying characters who couldn’t have less in common.

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The Long and Strange Trip of Katey Sagal

Long before Katey Sagal was out-Lady Macbething Lady Macbeth on Sons of Anarchy, she was an aspiring singer.

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FAQ: Why Does Francis Bacon’s Art Auction Record Matter?

Three Studies of Lucian Freud, a triptych painting by the late British artist Francis Bacon, sold on Tuesday at a Christie’s auction in New York City for $142,405,000.

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