Morgan Freeman Knows What The Fox Says

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Celebrities will do pretty weird things to promote their movies, but that's okay because then we get videos like this one, where the stars of "Last Vegas" reading the lyrics to popular songs. Morgan Freeman reads the lyrics to the Ylvis song "The Fox (What Does the Fox Say)" while Robert De Niro tackles Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball", Kevin Kline does One Direction's "Best Song Ever" and Michael Douglas reads "Chinese Food."

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With the winter holidays creeping up on us, so, too, will the holiday shows. This month, Christmas and winter-themed productions come in the form of theater shows like Elf and White Christmas and concerts like the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. In sports, November is the first full month in the NBA season, and there are several WWE events to choose from.


Justin Timberlake: The Justin Timberlake solo tour for "The 20/20 Experience" (parts 1 and 2) begins tonight. Throughout November, JT will visit cities like Brooklyn, Columbus, Memphis, and Vegas.

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Mannheim Steamroller: 'Tis the season for holiday concerts like Mannheim Steamroller. The Christmas tour spans the holiday season from Nov. 2 through Dec. 29.

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TSO: The famous rock opera begins its annual holiday tour Nov. 13 in Toledo, OH.

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Happy International Talk Like A Pirate Day!

Happy International Talk Like A Pirate Day

...What? Are you telling us you don't celebrate Talk Like A Pirate Day? Sheesh, you may be missing out. International Talk Like A Pirate Day dates back decades (for real) to 1955. Ol' Chumbucket and Cap'n Slappy of Albany, Oregon (not sure how they got to Oregon from the sea) decided each year, on September 19, we'd all celebrate pirates. So why aren't you? Here are a few "pirate words" to work into your vocabulary today!

  • Ahoy: Say this instead of boring old "hello" or "hi."
  • Matey: Today, people aren't your "friends" or your "buddies" — they're your mateys!
  • Aye aye: Can be followed up by the word "captain," but this phrase is to be used to agree to something.
  • Arrr: Honestly, you can stick this one anywhere, including cheesy phrases like "Arrr you going to finish those french fries?"

Best of luck to you, ye land lubbers!

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