Tuesday, November 25, 2014
 
 
by Clip Syndicate
So it's now proven that Paul Rudd does not age, but he does switch up his hairstyle every 20-ish years. Last night, a Redditor named SmoothBread shared an epic yearbook photo of the funny actor from his days as a Sigma Nu fraternity brother at the University of Kansas in the '80s, and aside   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
Samsung Group said on Wednesday it is selling stakes in defense firm Samsung Techwin Co Ltd and three other units for 1.9 trillion won ($1.72 billion) to Hanwha Group units.   [READ MORE]
 
Kate Hudson doesn't sugar coat it when it comes to her workout routine, she knows "you have to work your *ss off," and watch your diet if you want to see results and maintain her type of figure.   [READ MORE]
 
The Cowardly Lion costume worn in the film "The Wizard of Oz," including the sculpted likeness of actor Bert Lahr's face, was auctioned for nearly $3.1 million. Hollywood memorabilia sold by Bonham's auction house on Monday night also included a piano featured in the 1942 classic "Casablanca," which fetched more than $3.4 million. The lion costume sold on Monday was worn more frequently than a second lion suit used during the filming of the classic movie.   [READ MORE]
 
Jennifer Aniston appears on The Ellen Degeneres show airing Tuesday, November 25th, where she discusses her impending wedding nuptials to hottie fiancé Justin Theroux , and gets silly with Ellen Degeneres by augmenting her breast size about tenfold during a game of "Last Word"! Sounds like there's going to be a big wedding coming up, but we'll never know until it's already over!

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Oscar Isaac will face the X-Men squad in the third part of the trilogy. In the last few years, the "Inside Llewyn Davis" star has achieved a certain fame thanks to roles in "Drive," "The Bourne Legacy" and"The Two Faces of January," but he is now increasingly becoming a Hollywood actor. He was chosen to play a 3,000-year-old Egyptian mutant with disproportionate powers in "X-Men Apocalypse," in US theaters in May 2016.   [READ MORE]
 
LEGO sets in the 1970s came with a special set of instructions – for parents to stop gender stereotyping. “It’s imagination that counts,” declares the toy manufacturer’s note, unearthed by Redditor user fryd_ and posted online under the headline, “70s Lego had the right idea.” The letter spells out, “ A lot of boys like dolls houses. They’re more human than spaceships. A lot of girls prefer spaceships. They’re more exciting than doll houses.   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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