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!! OMG, how well-executed: The Simpsons XXX !!

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There have been a variety of adult movies parodying The Simpsons, but the newest one from director Lee Roy Myers really nails the characterizations, and especially the voices! That woman playing Marge should win an Oscar, or an AVN, or whatever straight adult film stars win.
Check out the mostly SFW trailer after the jump!

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!! OMG, Mila Kunis loves the gays !!

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Before Black Swan star Mila Kunis dished to The Advocate for a Q&A in its January issue, who knew she was one of us? Sure, there’s Kunis’ now-infamous lesbian sex scene with Natalie Portman — but other than that, how much gay could this girl have? Turns out, she’s a “fairy princess.” Read excerpts from the interview after the jump.

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!! OMG, lookalike: Gem from ‘Tron’ and Jessica Stam !!

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I know, I was shocked, too. The tall, icy-blonde stunner Gem in Tron is NOT supermodel Jessica Stam. But look at those faces! The same, the same! Gem is in fact played by model/actress Beau Garrett, who previously appeared in Entourage, House and Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer. Meanwhile, Stam stomps the runway for everyone from Victoria’s Secret to Dior and appears in ad campaigns for Aldo, Chanel and Bulgari. Craziest part is, out of hair and makeup the two look nothing alike. That’s movie magic for you.

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!! OMG, it’s coming to Sundance: ‘We Were Here’ !!


Coming to the Sundance Film Festival next year:

WE WERE HERE is the first documentary to take a deep and reflective look back at the arrival and impact of AIDS in San Francisco. It explores how the City’s inhabitants were affected by, and how they responded to, that calamitous epidemic.

Though a San Francisco-based story, WE WERE HERE extends beyond San Francisco and beyond AIDS itself. It speaks to our capacity as individuals to rise to the occasion, and to the incredible power of a community coming together with love, compassion, and determination.

(Thanks Jenni!)

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