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Jeff Bridges, Kristen Bell, Benedict Cumberbatch Read “Mean Tweets” On ‘Jimmy Kimmel’ (VIDEO)

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Jimmy Kimmel Mean Tweets


Jimmy Kimmel put a twist on his recurring segment, “Mean Tweets,” by actually having celebrities come into his studio on Monday’s show and read out loud to his live audience the nasty remarks written about them on Twitter. For the first installment, Kimmel had Jeff Bridges, Kristen Bell and Benedict Cumberbatch. Watch the video here!

VIDEO: Jeff Bridges “Bowls” First Pitch At Dodgers Game In Big Lebowski Tribute

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Jeff Bridges First Pitch


Jeff Bridges went “bowling” with his first pitch at the Los Angeles Dodgers game on Friday in tribute to his cult classic movie The Big Lebowski.

After winding up as though he would throw the ball, the actor took a few steps toward home plate and bowled it instead.

Jennifer Lawrence Gets Starstruck, Runs Away From Jeff Bridges – WATCH VIDEO!



Jennifer Lawrence may be a big Hollywood star, but she’s not above getting starstruck around her own idols. While at Comic-Con over the weekend, the Hunger Games star spotted Jeff Bridges and began to approach the actor before nervously running away.

Check out the funny video here!

Seventh Son Trailer: Watch Jeff Bridges Take On Evil Witch Julianne Moore

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Seventh Son stars Jeff Bridges as a mystical knight, who takes on an evil witch, played by the actor’s Big Lebowski costar Julianne Moore.

Check out the trailer here!

‘True Grit’ Beats ‘Little Fockers,’ Along With Nicolas Cage and Gwyneth Paltrow



‘True Grit’ has topped the box office in its third weekend of release.

The Jeff Bridges-Matt Damon western earned $15 million to edge Ben Stiller’s ‘Little Fockers,’ which took in about $13.5 million to finish in second place.

New release ‘Season of the Witch’ (starring Nicolas Cage) racked up approximately $10.5 million in receipts, good enough for #3 on the chart.

‘Little Fockers’ Beats ‘True Grit’ in First Box Office Battle of 2011



‘True Grit’ and ‘Little Fockers’ were in a tight race for the top spot this New Year’s Weekend after a surprisingly strong Friday performance by the Jeff Bridges-Matt Damon western.

But it was the Ben Stiller comedy that was once again #1.

‘Little Fockers’ took in $26.3 million, while ‘True Grit’ earned $24.5 million. How did the other films do this holiday weekend?

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