A brave Japanese journalist decided to challenge Leonardo DiCaprio’s acting skill and asked the Django Unchained star if he did any impressions. Surprisingly enough (or not so, depending on your thoughts on the actor) he does do impressions, a Jack Nicholson one nonetheless.
Dammit, Japan. You think of everything! Why didn’t we come up with that?!
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In another of edition of “Jennifer Lawrence, be my best friend!,” the recent best actress winner experienced what every fangirl goes through when they finally meet their idol. But it wasn’t One Direction that did for Lawrence—instead, it was longtime movie star Jack Nicholson that had her freaking out. Adorbz!
TMZ is reporting Charlie Sheen’s new TV show is Anger Management. Does that name sound familiar? It should as it was a 2003 movie starring Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson.
Charlie will play Jack Nicholson’s character, however there will be some differences. Charlie’s character will be an ex-jock who got his master’s degree in social work during the offseason. He becomes a counselor to defendants in the criminal justice system with anger management problems.
Of course the twist is Charlie’s character will have anger issues of his own. Ya – this sounds like a bomb. The movie was so so, and this concept seems ridiculous and the only reason people will watch is Charlie’s ridiculous behaviour. However that novelty will wear off. Remember Charlie’s standup tour? That was pretty short lived.
The NBA Finals kicked off Thursday night, with the Boston Celtics losing to the Los Angeles Lakers. As is tradition, the two teams’ cities will work out a bet, and Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has already put up a big prize, reports E! Online.
The Lakers’ biggest celebrity fan, Jack Nicholson, has been offered up by L.A., and if the Lakers lose, he will have to appear in a commercial for Boston, dressed in Celtics green.
Villaraigosa’s bet also makes certain that the stakes will be equal, saying “Should the Lakers prevail, we will gladly accept your hometown boys, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, as spokespersons for a public service announcement extolling the virtues of the City of Los Angeles, where the climate, the beaches, and the food are far superior.”
As of yet, there is no word whether Boston Mayor Thomas Menino has accepted or not, we’re hoping this big bet will become official.
In a real-life re-enactment of an Entourage episode, Mark Wahlberg will head to the golf course with series stars Adrian Grenier, Kevin Dillon and Jerry Ferrera.
The group will play at L.A.’s Wilshire Country Club this Monday at a charity event for The Mark Wahlberg Youth foundation.
Along with the Entourage will be fellow actors Jack Nicholson, Don Cheadle, Greg Kinnear, Jon Hamm and James Denton.
“I cannot be put in this position and forget where I came from,” Mark explained to etonline.com. “A lot of people don’t have the opportunity to really get a second chance, so we try to create an opportunity for the kids.”