Gary Busey

Moments from the MTV Movie Awards That Made Us Feel Old

Last night was the MTV Movie Awards, the network’s annual film awards show that’s always more about parodies and interactions between celebrity presenters than who wins what. If you missed it, have no fear, reruns will be airing round the clock for the next month or so. But be warned: If you were born after 1990, you’re not only older than most of this year’s winners — there will also be some moments from the broadcast that will make you feel ancient. Click through as we run through some of the most egregious examples. … Read More

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What’s On at Flavorpill: The Links That Made the Rounds in Our Office

Today at Flavorpill, we found it almost impossible to believe that this was a photo of Jonah Hill. We read the 1968 Playboy Club Bunny Manual, courtesy of our friends at The Hairpin. We wanted to grab a few of Steve Thomas’ Soviet-style propaganda posters for the office. We… Read More

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This Week in Buzz

This week at BuzzFeed, we paid for the sins of last week. (But we thought it was worth it.) We welcomed Willow Smith to Meme Land with a Sesame Street tribute and a cockatoo. We made fun of Christine O’Donnell in every way … Read More

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The 5 Best and 5 Worst Music Biopic Casting Decisions

We’re a little bit sensitive about our beloved music icons. So when it comes time to make a biopic and Hollywood studios cast A-list actors to fill their glittery shoes, we’re likely to get defensive about their choices. For instance, a recently¬†announced film about Grateful Dead frontman Jerry Garcia has us hoping for lots of tie-dye, illicit substances, and trippy cinematography ‚ÄĒ but we won’t allow ourselves to get excited about it until we know who’s playing the hippie hero himself. Our trepidation about the Garcia film got us thinking about notable musician biopic casting decisions of the past. Check out the five best and worst after the jump. … Read More

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Pic of the Day: Barbra Streisand’s A Star Is Born Disco After-Party

You can feel legitimate excitement in these pre-paparazzi era Polaroids taken by Alan Light at the after-party for Barbra Streisand’s A Star Is Born, held at Dillon’s Disco back in 1976. (Crazy pop culture trivia fact: The remake was originally going to star couple-of-the moment James Taylor and Carly Simon.) Click through for images of Chevy Chase, Kris Kristofferson, and a shockingly young-looking Gary Busey, who has on some bizarre striped pants. … Read More

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