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Mike O’Brien. For some reason the man is difficult to find a Wikipedia or IMDB page about him.  Apparently he’s a writer for SNL who’s been granted the good grace of spending 7 Minutes in Heaven with major players in the pop culture world.  In these 7 minutes, he asks them awkward questions, puts them in uncomfortable situations, makes them play entire scenarios in closet and in true 7 minutes in heaven fashion, he tries to kiss them at the end of the interview.  He’s had both major and minor people come in his closet and while not all of them are exactly 7 minutes, they’re definitely worth the watch.  Hit below to see a video playlist of my favorites [See the Paul Rudd One!!]

Here’s a Link to the Whole Playlist Starting from Episode 1

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The Anchorman announcement on Conan a couple of weeks ago signaled quite a harmonious uproar of excitement and dorkgasms and douchegasms alike on the internet.  And then with a released poster of 4 pairs of stylish shoes managed to get us even more excited.  But then they also released an alternative trailer with a little tweak of lines.  I had difficulty choosing which one I loved more, so I included both.  You’ll see the other one below.

But in probably bigger news, The Great Gatsby released its first trailer the other day, featuring a very interesting look at the 1920 [which interestingly look like a steampunk version of what the universe was in the Speed Racer movie was set in].  Leonardo DiCaprio as usual looks like he’s killin’ his role, although an interesting comment was made on the Youtube video hailing how Michael Fassbender should’ve been Gatsy, an idea I could completely get behind.  Regardless, it’s an interesting trailer and is expected to be released December 25th, 2012.  You know what else is released December 25th?  Django Unchained.   Where’s the trailer to that movie?

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Paul Rudd adds another goof to his resume of likable leads as he stars in Our Idiot Brother.  I’d consider this one of his more dramatic roles that holds more emotional weight than any of his others.  Overall Our Idiot Brother has a very charming and talented cast and while it succeeds as a comedic drama, it doesn’t meet the expectations I had hoped.

Ned (Rudd) is a laid back, kind-hearted, goof who sells marijuana to a police officer who’s incarcerated for his good intentions.  When he’s released from jail, he has to give up his old home, girlfriend, and dog and must resort to living with his three sisters (Zooey Deschanel, Emily Mortimer, and Elizabeth Banks) and their seemingly perfect lives.  He slowly turns their worlds upside down and is kicked out one-by-one.

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