'Game of Thrones' season 3 in finally in full swing, as many fans of the Westeros world well know. As such, we decided to treat ourselves ("Treat Yo' Self!") by rewatching the first two season, during which we came across a startling revelation -- Lady Talisa is Jennifer Love Hewitt, and Jennifer Love Hewitt is Lady Talisa.
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Macaulay Culkin is a hot mess. He's such a hot mess, in fact, that people think he's a homeless man instead of the former child star of 'Home Alone.' But here's something you might not know about the actor -- he's 32, which is the same age actor Daniel Stern was when he portrayed Marv in 1990's 'Home Alone.' It's only fitting that the two now look alike.
Jonathan Winters, a titan of comedy on both the big and small screens, passed away at the age of 87.
Say you've decided to splice together the DNA of two people to create the ultimate being a la Mr. Sinister in 'X-Men.' Now say you've chosen Ryan Gosling and Steve Carell as your two subjects. Would you expect the resultant person to be equal parts handsome and funny? Well, that's kind of what you get. (See the photo evidence above.)
After watching the latest 'Star Trek Into Darkness' trailer (and the first one, and the second one, and pretty much analyzing every piece of footage shot for shot), we saw a familiar face peeking out from the crowd: Rosario Dawson. Did the 'Sin City' and 'Trance' star secretly win a role in J.J. Abrams' new 'Trek' film?
Our dear Ryan Gosling has decided to take a break from acting to focus on just, like, being Ryan for a while, you guys.
It's not too difficult to believe that a character like McLovin,' made famous by Christopher Minz-Plasse in 'Superbad,' could actually exist in real life, but we may have found the most realistic-looking one to date -- and he works at Disney World.
Jason Bateman has been asking for 30 years now and, as he gets older, he's beginning to look at the next phase of his career. And one thing he says he's seriously considering is hosting his own late night talk show.
Controversy alert! The History Channel's new 10-part miniseries 'The Bible' has already become a hit. It's apparently so good that even conservative political personality Glenn Beck can't seem to find anything to pick apart, calling it "one of the most important shows in decades." Oh wait! He did mention a striking similarity between Satan and President Barack Obama.
You might think the Grumpy Cat is tired of everyone and everything, but Samuel L. Jackson Dog is arguably even more terrifying than one frown from that internet-famous feline. Just imagine the pup staring you down and going, "Say bath again! I dare you! I double dare you!"