No, Jason Biggs. Just no.
In case you’ve been away from the internet for the past 24 hours, the biggest, most awful piece of news today is that a Malaysia Airlines flight was shot down Thursday on the Russia-Ukraine border, its 298 passengers killed. It’s a tough blow to many people and especially the victims’ families. So when Jason Biggs (American Pie, Orange Is The New Black) decided to make a joke out of the whole thing, he was met with a lot of (rightful) outrage. It wasn’t a particularly funny one, either. The tweet has now been deleted.
Jason Biggs' latest joke didn't quite get the desired reaction.
In lieu of apologizing, Biggs first went on the offensive, calling his critics 'losers' who had 'issues' and too much 'anger.' Following that tweet however, it seems like a PR person finally got to him, because the actor has now issued a real apology, more or less. Four tweets worth of an apology, in fact. Observe.
Not THAT intimate, shame on you!
Jason Biggs and his wife Jenny Mollen has used social media to share the first few hours of life of their newborn son, Sid, as well as footage from Jenny's labour. "Sid Biggs. Full head of hair, huge penis, 10k twitter followers," the Angel actress captioned a photo, adding "Mom is doing great and a fan of dilaudin."
Jenny Mollen & Jason Biggs Welcome A Baby Son Into The World.
The delighted American Pie star showed himself to be the proudest father and husband, appearing in scrubs in one Instagram video, congratulating his exhausted spouse. Whilst many celebrities choose to share one fresh, clean image of their newborn, the Biggs-Mollen household practically went all the way, uploading shots and videos from Jenny's labour as doctors reassured and advised her.
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Jason Biggs is now a father to a baby boy called Sid Biggs after his wife, and 'My Best Friend's Girl' co-star, Jenny Mollen gave birth this past Saturday (Feb 15th).
'American Pie' actor Jason Biggs is now a father!
The 35 year-old welcomed a baby boy into the world with his actress wife Jenny Mollen on Saturday (Feb 15th).
Mollen made the announcement herself via her Instagram account after posting several short videos before giving birth, and eventually a photograph of the newly born baby.
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Netflix are changing the face of TV.
How do you stop piracy? Do you offer up exclusive content, only available on physical purchases? Do you appeal to the box-set culture, or do you try and exert limitations that make it impossible? All these have been tried, but none of these have worked, and there’s one simple reason: you can’t stop piracy.
Spacey stars in the online-only House of Cards
But what you can do is make it pointless. With low-costing, subscription-free on-demand streaming services becoming ever-popular – Netflix being the golden child of a generation – watching content when it suits you is no longer illegal, and no longer does it cost loads of money.
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We can't wait to binge on this new Netflix show.
We’re mighty impressed by Netflix’s growing repertoire of shows; not only are they putting on some brilliant stuff to catch up on (Breaking Bad fans who grabbed the one month free trial just to watch the show put your hand up) but they’re also bringing some exceptional new shows to the fore.
Taylor Schilling at the premiere for Orange is The New Black
First there was House of Cards – the brilliant drama starring Kevin Spacey, which centred around an ousted political figure exerting his revenge on those who wronged him. It was reviewed well and watched by many, hence the arrival of Orange is The New Black – the darkly comic prison drama that follows the trials and tribulations of new inmate Piper Chapman (played by Taylor Schilling) who, in the trailer anyway, seems superb.
Piper Kerman, author 'Orange Is The New Black', talks about the adapted TV series with executive producer Jenji Kohan, main star Taylor Schilling and actor Jason Biggs in a series featurette. Piper mentions that she wrote the book after everyone she knew wanted to know of her experiences after a 15 month stretch in prison..
Amanda Bynes's tirade of crazy took another step today as she announced she wanted the boob implants she had done in May taken out, but will go under the knife to have her nose reshaped. Also - who's the latest to be initiated into the 'Ugly Club'? It's getting a bit crowded in here...
What's happened to Amanda Bynes? Where did the cute little round-cheeked girl who played a boy in She's The Man go? She's certainly nowhere to be found in this post-apocalyptic wasteland of an actress' existence where each day of chucking a bong out of a window and branding a new person "ugly" blends into the next.
For those oblivious, the 27 year-old actress has been on a bit of a downward spiral of late - using Twitter as her verbal machine gun, simultaneously destroying her career prospects and her relationships with fellow celebrities.
For anyone who dares to offer the actress a hand or - Heaven preserve them - dare to bait her, they'll be met with an often furious, usually incoherent tirade, with a venomous slamming down of the big fat "ugly" rubber stamp on any mortal - celeb or otherwise - who dares challenge Ms. Bynes.
The 'Django Unchained' New York premiere saw high profile celebs flock to the red carpet in droves. Arrivals included 'Gossip Girl' star Olivia Wilde, Don Johnson's daughter Dakota, 'Kill Bill' star Uma Thurman, Liv Tyler from 'Lord of the Rings', former 'America's Got Talent' judge Sharon Osbourne, 'St Trinian's' actress Lucy Punch, The Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood with his fiancée Sally Humphreys and 50 Cent.
There's a terrific sense of righteous anger in this scruffy comedy about disenfranchised people shaking American politics to its core. But the film plays it far too safely, dealing lightly with important themes while refusing to take a real stand on anything. It also never makes the most of its likeable, fully invested cast.
Based on a true story, the film is set in 2001 Seattle, where long-time buddies Phil and Grant (Biggs and Moore) are both unemployed journalists. When Grant decides to run for city council, Phil helps with the campaign. Grant's main passion is public transportation, which he sees as a social justice issue since it's what allows lower-income people to work and improve their lives. And his counter-culture approach makes him stand out opposite the unruffled incumbent (Cedric). On the other hand, Phil's girlfriend Emily (Ambrose) starts to worry when Grant's campaign becomes a centre for frat-boy antics, including rather a lot of pot-smoking. But this populist approach is like a breath of fresh air to voters.
Watching these no-hopers take on a well-oiled political machine is pretty inspirational, especially when the characters have so much raw charm. Biggs is superb in the central role, grounding even the most chaotic scenes in earthy honesty. By contrast, Moore feels a little overwrought as the hyperactive Grant, which makes us wonder why anyone would take him seriously. Although he nicely brings out Grant's inner resolve. And both Ambrose and Cedric add complex layers to their rather thinly written characters.
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When we last saw East Great Falls' Class of '99, they were celebrating the wedding of classmates Jim Levenstein and Michelle Flaherty. Several years later, Jim and Michelle have a two year old son and have settled into a comfortable routine.
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The year for some reason -- the actual events happened in 1957 -- is 1993. Walker plays a guide at the National Science Foundation's base in Antarctica, where he and his eight sled dogs cover the terrain, helping with expeditions. Bruce Greenwood plays a big-shot scientist who comes to the cold continent looking for the remains of an asteroid or something else out of a Michael Bay movie. The men head out on the sled, encounter a heap of trouble, and barely return to headquarters.
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After reinventing the sex comedy in 1999's American Pie, AP2 had a high bar to live up to, and miraculously, it has done so. It actually outdoes the original (by a mile) when it comes to juvenile and crude humor. And the sex gags... jeez, the dick jokes come rapid fire, one every minute. It ain't Woody Allen, but damn if it isn't utterly hysterical.
Continue reading: American Pie 2 Review
Though it wasn't pre-planned, Smith's film also puts the final nail in the "Bennifer" coffin then begins the resurrection process on Ben Affleck's floundering, Gigli-ravaged career. For the first time in a long while Affleck carries a decent picture, making a stronger connection to Smith's casual dialogue than he does with any of his co-stars.
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Alas, my prayers were not answered. Saving Silverman is an often-funny farce -- and probably the best comedy we're going to see until the summer -- but it's a poor imitation of some much better movies, desperately longing to be Woody Allen while ending up as Adam Sandler.
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The smart script for Boys and Girls, written by the humbly-credited "Drews", succeeds in part because Ryan and Jennifer nurture their unique friendship for nearly all of the film. While the inevitable Hollywood ending may be in viewers' minds from the get-go, The Drews and director Robert Iscove keep us guessing if this pair might ever connect with each other, and the sweet performances by Prinze and Forlani keep us interested.. The couple's interplay, and the machinations of their separate, frustrating lovelives, are satisfying enough that a sunshiny ending is not required.
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The big schlemiel at the heart of the movie is actually not Allen, it's Biggs, who plays Jerry Falk, a young comedy writer with a chronic inability to say no to anybody: not his useless shrink or his clinging, laughable manager (Danny DeVito), and especially not his neurotic (on a good day) girlfriend, Amanda (Ricci). Falk's best friend is another comedy writer, David Dobel (Allen), who has all the usual Allen characteristics, but seems to have been taking steroids for his paranoia and misanthropy.
Continue reading: Anything Else Review
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