Maybe it's the hair, maybe it's the brown cloak, maybe it's the ears or maybe it's the magical powers, but the CGI'ed Jack Frost in 'Rise of the Guardians' looks an awful lot like Colin Morgan, who plays the eponymous Merlin on the BBC show.
Maybe we're all wrong about this, but we thought human cloning was illegal. And if it is, then how do you explain the fact that Hollywood obviously made an exact copy of Helen Hunt and called her Leelee Sobieski? (We suppose "Helen Hunt Version 2.0" would have been too obvious.)
Emilia Clarke, our favorite 'Game of Thrones' star (if you ignore the existence of Peter Dinklage), plays strong-willed Mother of Dragons Daenerys Targaryen on the highly-lauded HBO show. And apparently, publishers have used stolen her image to grace their fantasy book covers.
One Direction member Harry Styles may have a whopping 16.5 million Twitter followers, but as far as being an engaging tweeter, he's failed majorly. He's been found to be the "least engaging" Twitter celebrity, according to a recent study.
We know, shouldn't they be studying more important things? Like whether super intelligent sharks hold the cure to Alzheimer's? Probably.
Mario Lopez, who you may know from hosting 'Extra' and 'The X Factor' -- or because he was A.C. Slater back in his 'Saved by the Bell' days -- has welcomed a second child, a boy named Dominic, with his wife, Courtney.
Justin Bieber is always a busy bee in the news, but this time around it's for sending flirty text messages to Ariana Grande and for that n-word related controversy he inadvertently got roped into. See kids, sometimes he's not at fault after all. Read: sometimes.
Valerie Harper, best known for her role as Rhoda on 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer and given three months to live back in March, but that hasn't stopped her from joining the cast of 'Dancing With the Stars.'
Since the death of 'Glee' star Cory Monteith last month, speculation has been rampant about how the show would deal with the departure of Monteith's character, Finn Hudson, from the series. Show creator Ryan Murphy later revealed that yes, Finn would be killed off -- but now further details have emerged about what will happen in the storyline.
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