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The Entertation Index: December 3

December 3, 2010

Blow, Kurtis — After nosy TSA agents detected an “anomaly” in his pants, law enforcement officials found marijuana stashed on Kurtis Blow and cited him with a misdemeanor. What’s in a name? Nothing but irony, apparently.

Link: Kurtis Blow Busted for Marijuana at Airport (MTV)

Couric, Katie — The CBS Evening News anchor has been confirmed by Fox as a guest star in 2011’s post-Super Bowl episode of the network’s hit Glee. Couric accepted the show’s invitation largely by accident, as she was slightly groggy when she read the e-mail and thought the name of the program was not Glee but Leggy, a program on which she was quite certain she’d be a huge hit.

Link: Katie Couric Confirmed to Guest Star on “Glee” (Hollywood Reporter)

Dunst, Kirsten — The Elizabethtown and Spider-man actress finally talks about her steamy oral sex shower scene with co-star Ryan Gosling in the upcoming film All Good Things. Elsewhere, I’m pretty sure Ryan Gosling can’t stop talking about it.

Link: Kirsten Dunst Talks Ryan Gosling Shower Oral Sex Scene (HuffPo)

Lundgren, Dolph — Drago himself has apparently signed on to star in notorious director Uwe Boll’s next film, In the name of the King 2. When asked for comment on the film’s storyline, Boll said — no lie — that “it’s like contemporary, right now big city, and we have Dolph Lundgren basically being a cop or like a fighting coordinator working as this, and one night he gets attacked by ninjas in his house and fell with the ninjas into a vortex back in time.” I’m terribly sorry I’m not going to be able to finish this entry as I believe I have a movie ticket line to start waiting in.

Link: Dolph Lundgren Signs for In the Name of the King 2 (Bloginity)

Martin, Steve — New York City’s intellectual and cultural center The 92nd Street Y is offering apologies and $50 refunds to those who recently attended a live interview/chat between New York Times writer Deborah Solomon and actor/author Steve Martin after the organization’s executive director claimed the interview “did not meet the standard of excellence” set forth by The 92nd Street Y. Consequently, New York’s actual 47th Street Y is also offering apologies for lewd behavior by a homeless man who had just peed his pants.

Link: Readers Weigh in on Y’s Decision to Give Refunds for Steve Martin Interview (NY Times)

Perlman, Ron — The Hellboy and Sons of Anarchy star has allegedly dropped out of the upcoming adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit after pal and director Guillermo del Toro abandoned the project to work on other endeavors. Insiders say, however, that the real reason for Perlman’s exit is because producers asked Perlman to quit stopping by and crushing all the sets.

Link: Perlman Pulls Out of Hobbit (Contactmusic)

Syfy — Though the fickle mistress which is the Syfy Network still refuses to send me advance screeners of their made-for-television movies, I love her nonetheless. Because how can you not love the long-awaited trailer for Mega Shark Vs. Crocosaurus starring Steve Urkel. Happy Chanukah, everyone!

Link: Mega Shark Vs. Crocosaurus Vs. Urkel Finally Has a Trailer (Gamma Squad)

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