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Originally posted 08/10/2013 02:15PM
It turned out to be a week of make-up extremes, with readers treated to surprising new looks from two unexpected sources: Jennifer Aniston and Stacy Keibler.
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Originally posted 08/09/2013 03:00PM
If Mumford & Sons' brand of homespun earnestness is too much for you, you're not alone: It's apparently too much for the band, who parodied themselves (with a little help from professionals) in the new video for "Hopeless Wanderer," which was totally shot at Schrute Farms.
Read on for other wonderfully random videos and more from this week:
Originally posted 08/05/2013 03:00PM
Originally posted 05/28/2013 03:05PM
It was a pretty cool night for a 5-year-old.
Grant Holmquist, – the blue-eyed, chubby-cheeked Hangover baby who reprises his role of Tyler (a.k.a. Carlos) in The Hangover Part III – got to walk the red carpet with his costars in Hollywood last week. And it seems that they're just as taken with the little guy as moviegoers.
On set, "Zach [Galifianakis] did an amazing job loosening Grant up," the little actor's mom, Carrie Holmquist (who was on hand to snap photos), told PEOPLE. And Grant was clearly delighted to see "Zachy," as he calls him, on the red carpet for the premiere. (Grant only walked the carpet, he wasn't allowed at the R-rated screening since he's a minor.)
Originally posted 05/24/2013 02:45PM
As if the sound of Hanson's mega-hit "MMMBop" wasn't intoxicating enough, the adorable band of brothers has produced something that could really get you buzzing: a new beer called – what else? – MmmHops.
The awesomely-titled IPA – created with the help of a craft brewery in their home state of Oklahoma, according to BeerPulse.com – was introduced by the brothers at The Hangover Part III afterparty in L.A. Monday night.
Taylor Hanson and Hangover star Ed Helms enjoyed a brew together at the bash – and the middle Hanson brother shared a photo of the moment on Instagram.
Originally posted 03/14/2012 05:55AM
Stars came out to celebrate Monday night after the FIJI-sponsored screening of Jeff, Who Lives at Home at Landmark Sunshine Cinemas in N.Y.C. At the afterparty – held at Sons of Essex – Jason Segel held court, graciously greeting friends and well-wishers with a cocktail in hand.
Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi and another of the film's stars, Susan Sarandon, were inseparable; they entered holding hands and spent the evening looking at photos on each other's phones and chatting closely in the VIP area. Padma noshed on some of the appetizers, including truffled mushroom pizza, too.
The film's Ed Helms was also there, with an older couple that appeared to be his parents. – Kate Hogan
Originally posted 11/21/2011 06:00AM
Jessica Biel didn't shirk her hosting duties, but she was plenty affectionate with Justin Timberlake at her dinner for luxe leather brand Tod's at the Chateau Marmont. The two shared food and were "very sweet" together, an onlooker says. Guests, including The Office's Mindy Kaling and Ed Helms, all enjoyed cocktails in the courtyard during their intimate dinner with 45 other diners. – Samantha McIntyre
Originally posted 05/15/2011 01:05PM
Who are those white guys running for president?
"We all look the same and our names are boring," says Ed Helms in a Saturday Night Live skit.
But fear not. The Hangover Part II star helps sort out the GOP field by playing most of the hopefuls all rolled into one. Among their shared beliefs: "Church stuff."
Originally posted 02/24/2011 05:20PM
They're bloodied, disheveled, and accompanied by an exotic animal.
Originally posted 02/11/2011 10:30AM
As if losing a tooth in The Hangover wasn't proof enough of just how uninhibited Ed Helms can act, then go take a look at his latest effort, the big-screen comedy opening Friday, Cedar Rapids.
In it, the costar of The Office, here playing a dorky Midwestern insurance salesman, not only has intimate scenes with Sigourney Weaver and Anne Heche, but also shares a bare-all, towel-dropping embrace with Kurtwood Smith, who played the father of Topher Grace's character on That '70s Show.
"I was completely naked," Helms, 37, told PEOPLE at Thursday's New York Cinema Society screening of Cedar Rapids, sponsored by Altoids. "I feel that those little modesty pouches that they give you for nude scenes are far more humiliating than actually nudity, so why not just go for it?"
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