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Topic: Rashida Jones
Last night’s Parks and Recreation was no snoozer. Horny old people, an obvious ex-gay, and an empty-headed congressman all provided ripe grounds for hilarity. But only five one- and two-liners could make it into the round-up, and here they are. More
I don’t even watch Parks and Rec regularly, but I want to now that I’ve seen Rashida Jones cursing out the rest of the cast while Aubrey Plaza giggles and Chris Pratt talks about poop. More
It’s not like Rashida Jones was going after some nice Hollywood actor who’s tried to keep his sexuality under wraps and his life private. I can’t remember a time when we didn’t think John Travolta was gay. More
Though actresses that are legitimate screenwriters are a rare commodity in Hollywood we found a few… More
In what might be the greatest bit of movie promo ever, Rashida Jones decided to tweet photos from her childhood in the days leading up to the release of her new film Celeste and Jesse Forever, which she both co-wrote and starred in. And, as it turns out, even the woman famous for playing the sweet and beautiful Ann Perkins on Parks and Recreation went through a very awkward phase once. Click through to see! More
The trailer for Rashida Jones‘ screenwriting debut Celeste and Jesse Forever came out today, and it looks like it’s going to make me cry the most. More
Aubrey Plaza and I spend a day together doing crazy things. Are you jealous? More
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There are lots of benefits to growing up with famous parents: lots of money, the opportunity to pursue the career of your dreams, a story about blasting strangers with Supersoakers with Michael Jackson. Yes, indeed, that was a regular part of Parks and Recs star Rashida Jones‘ childhood. As told to Playboy: More
The premiere for Our Idiot Brother, the flick starring Paul Rudd as a ne’er-do-well who screws up the lives of his three sisters, went down in Los Angeles last night. Although you might not know it from the premiere photos, which makes the event look like an afternoon garden party. I’ll have all the cucumber finger sandwiches, no crusts, please. More
We’re so very glad that Parks and Recreation‘s back on the air after its way-too-long hiatus. And it looks like we’re not alone: A scan through the pages of DeviantART reveals some pretty epic fan sketches of Ron, Leslie, April and the gang. And artists: Next time, we expect to see some Rob Lowe up in here. More
It’s Fashion Week here in New York, and that means shows all day, parties all night, and hangovers all morning. Crushable’s Drew and I donned our hippest attire (i.e., not jeggings) and headed out to a few events.
First up was the after-party for Charlotte Ronson, whose show was full of patterns and pretty, wearable dresses. The event had an open bar sponsored by O.N.E. Coconut Water (fashion and potassium, together at last), and we took full advantage of the free drinks.
We walked up the steps on the heels of Mark Ronson who was sporting a shock of platinum hair. Drew and I quickly spotted Josh Groban, Rashida Jones and Shenae Grimes amidst a mix of high-heeled and suited-up pretty young things. After grabbing drinks, we arbitrarily parked ourselves nearby to take in the scene. I looked over and realized we were at the table of Charlotte herself, who was holding court next to brother Mark and sister Samantha Ronson. People kept stumbling by to greet the designer and steal ice from the bucket on her table. Drew and I grounded our heels and held onto our prime real estate. We decided to throw haughty looks at anyone who walked our way, and it worked — everyone assumed we were supposed to be at the table. Party infiltration success! More