Hopefully this will brighten up your day...
It's been a while since Beyonce turned it out at the 2013 Super Bowl halftime show and gave the world those incredibly "ermahgerd"-style pics her publicist never wanted the world to see, but it's taken us until now to realize that B also gave us one of the funniest celeb look alikes we've seen in a long time.
Leonardo DiCaprio wowed Japanese audiences during a video interview for 'Django Unchained.' No, he didn't reduce them to giggles with some crazy behind-the-scenes story or anything of that nature. Instead he was asked if he could pull off any celebrity impressions, which led to his incredible transformation into the devilish-looking Jack Nicholson.
Props to ScreenCrush reader Lusus Naturae (as she's known on Facebook) for revealing this look alike to us. Being that 'Game of Thrones' is just around the corner, we've been thinking about all the moments we're most excited to see brought to life in the upcoming season 3. And that was when Ms. Naturae posed a valid question...
This photo of Tilda Swinton was making the rounds recently after Modern Korea Cinema founder/editor Pierce Conran posted it to Twitter as the first look of the actress in the upcoming 'Snowpiercer.' However, further investigation proved that this was actually from a W Magazine photo shoot. These things happen.
However, our initial shock did not come from the fact that we thought this was from the film, but rather we thought Swinton was starring in a live-action reboot of 'Avatar: The Last Airbender.'
"Identity theft is not a joke, Jim! Millions of families suffer every year!" That's true, Mr. Dwight Schrute, but it looks like it's happened to you -- however, this time it's not a trick by one Jim Halpert.
Who should play a young Han Solo? That's the question on our minds after a report came out yesterday saying talks about the first couple 'Star Wars' spinoffs were leaning towards featuring Han Solo and Boba Fett. It be interesting to see who gets cast in the latter standalone film (though the character spent the vast majority of the franchise in his iconic helmet), but everybody seemed to have their own opinions on who should play a young Han Solo.
If Gods do in fact walk among us, then some might think they've chosen to assume the form of professional football players. These athletes have been deified by their die-hard fans, and if we were picking their most closely resembled mythological counterparts, then that would make Clay Matthews III the God of Thunder.