Before Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston were playing a workaholic couple in need of a serious chill pill in Wanderlust, they played a very different NYC couple. In The Object of My Affection, Nina (Jennifer Aniston) gets a new roommate in the form of George, played by a young, adorable Paul Rudd. While Nina is aware that George is openly gay, she still harbors some serious romantic feelings for him. Time to watch the film's trailer and get a much needed dose of old school Hootie & the Blowfish — I know you've missed those guys.
Before John Krasinski stole our hearts playing our dream guy on The Office or moonlighted as a journalist out to save the whales in this weekend's Big Miracle, he had a pretty different role on a 2005 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episode. Krasinski plays a crime suspect who seems to be way more concerned about getting linked to drugs than anything else. The reason? He has big plans to eventually attend dental school. Watch our dear, sweet Jim get interrogated:
Michael Fassbender may have been snubbed by this year's Oscar nominations, but we still appreciated his oft-nude performance in Shame. But as fearless as Fassbender is in that film, it's hardly the first time he was brave enough to take all his clothes off. Take, for instance, this 1998 commercial in which he wakes up with a girl, and strolls into the kitchen in all his glory. Not even a surprise at the end can embarrass him enough to wear some pants. Happily.
In this weekend's A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas, we revisit the boys in their grown-up lives, as they make their way through another night of drug-infused hijinks. Just like in the previous two movies, Neil Patrick Harris makes an unforgettable appearance and causes some trouble. But it's funny to think that in the first film, NPH hadn't yet made his mark as Barney on How I Met Your Mother or relaunched himself back into the spotlight. I like to think that his cameo in Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle is what revitalized his career, and it's still fun to watch the (incredibly raunchy) clip now.
Check out the NSFW clip after the jump.
Chris Evans shows off his super-buff bod in this week's What's Your Number?, but it's hardly the first time the actor has showed off his studly physique. In fact, he bared all (and got a little kinky) for one of his first big movie roles. How could we forget this memorable scene from Not Another Teen Movie, where Evans's character, Jake, tries to re-create the infamous whipped cream bikini from Varsity Blues? Watch as he turns himself into a human banana split, cherries and all.
To see the clip, just keep reading.
Mila Kunis stars in Friends With Benefits this week, and while many of you probably remember her role as Jackie Burkhart in That '70s Show, I wonder if any of you can recall her work acting opposite a chatty doll. In this commercial from the early '90s, a young Mila rocks a Blossom-esque flowered hat and shares her secrets with the talkative Telephone Tammy. Watch as the pair covers everything from pizza to their love of shopping.
In what is sure to be a bittersweet moment for Harry Potter fans, the final film in the series hits theaters today. Before you watch Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint embark on their final adventure, journey back to their first year at Hogwarts when they had high-pitched voices, baby faces, and Watson was still rocking Hermione's trademark bushy mane. Watch as Harry discovers he's a wizard, the trio learns how to fly, and Dumbledore (originally played by Richard Harris) warns them about the Forbidden Forest for the first time in the 2001 trailer for Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone!
Ready to howl with laughter? Before Jason Bateman was starring in movies like this week's Horrible Bosses, he was a teenage werewolf. In 1987, Bateman starred in Teen Wolf Too, the sequel to Michael J. Fox's original comedy, and the trailer is so goofy, so low budget, so '80s that it almost looks like a fake preview. From the silly voiceover to Bateman's hilariously bad werewolf costume, you'll die over these few minutes of wolfy footage.
Tom Hanks stars in Larry Crowne this weekend, bringing his iconic charm to a role of a middle-aged man going back to college. When we talked about our favorite Tom Hanks movies, I couldn't stop thinking about how much I loved him in 1990's Joe Versus the Volcano. As Joe Banks, he's a working stiff who gets a brief taste of luxury when he agrees to jump in the volcano of a tropical island (if you've never seen it, stop reading this and rent it). When he gets stuck on his floating luggage en route to the island and starts to get a little loopy from dehydration, Joe pulls out a goofy dance that's one of my favorite Hanks moments ever.