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MTV Movie Awards Fugs and Fabs: The Dudes


Nothing makes you feel more out of touch than realizing that there are all these young dude actors running around totally unbeknownst to you. Either that, or MTV has taken to inviting total randoms to these things, but I suspect that way back in 1992, my mother had no idea who Luke Perry was, beyond my endless yapping about him, meaning that I have finally crossed over to the other side where I am totally out of touch with The Youngs, because I can only really easily ID like half of these guys. I’m actually okay with that. You have at it, Youngs! Enjoy yourselves! Just come visit me in the home every now and then. I’ll make you a cocktail.

Don’t worry. I’m starting with the people we know, and then devolving into a whole bunch of ????????

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Fugs and Fabs: “That Awkward Moment” Premiere


Michael B. Jordan, I am sad you’re not Oscar-nominated. But I am happy you are working a lot, and I hope you come to Fashion Week so that I can be too nervous to ask you anything because I only have dumb questions.

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Venice Fug-or-Fine Festival: A Random Assortment of Dudes


Yes, Fug Nation, that IS a collection of stains on Philip Seymour Hoffman’s shirt. Somebody get him a Shout wipe endorsement deal, stat.

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Zac Fugfron


I’m not sure if this is fugly, or just cheesy.

He looks like he just got kicked out of The Oneders, and is about to busk outside the Urth Cafe with his new scat band, Pajama Mike and the Cuffs.

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Fugs and Fabs: Zac Efron


We’ve been napping on the Efron job, it seems — between Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax, and Nicholas Sparks’ The Lucky One, he’s been out and about a surprising amount lately. I do find myself wishing those projects would borrow from each other a little, though. Can you imagine if it was Nicholas Seuss’s The Lucky One and Dr. Sparks’ The Lorax? Not that I need to see The Lorax muddied by a character with amnesia/a dead lover/an amnesiac lover who dies, but I do really think every other Sparks movie could use a dose of absurdist Seussism. Imagine The Notebook if James Marsden’s character were played by the Grinch. Instant classic.

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