It’s not every day you hear a Hollywood actress talking about butt scratching. But not every actress is Jennifer Lawrence.
During a recent appearance on The Graham Norton Show alongside her Passengers co-star Chris Pratt, J-Law told an unusual tale about scratching her bottom on ancestral Hawaiian rocks while filming The Hunger Games — that almost led to the death of the film’s sound man.
Scroll to 2.30 if you want to hear J-Law in full swing.
Or watch from the start to see British chef Jamie Oliver get a roasting about his recipe for the Spanish dish paella. Read more…
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If you’ve ever worked in restaurants, you know that waiting tables can be tough work.
However, a fringe benefit of the job is the possibility of free food — a scrap from a kind chef, or, if you’re really hungry/desperate/dismissive of standard hygiene procedures, a customer’s partially eaten leftovers.
Before he made it big, Chris Pratt worked in the restaurant service industry and it turns out he had quite a few tricks for getting fed on the job.
The Passengers actor recounts on The Graham Norton Show one incident in particular involving a 32 oz. steak, an elderly woman, and a Pomeranian. Read more…
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Remember that picture of Bill Murray that went viral a while back? The one that everybody thought looked like Tom Hanks?
Well Tom Hanks has now waded in on it — and he’s done it in the most glorious way possible.
“I could make that face,” said Hanks during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show, before enlisting the help of fellow guests Gemma Arterton and Joseph Gordon Levitt to recreate the image.
As you can see from the video above, the end result is uncanny.
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If Tom Hanks is fed up with Forrest Gump quotes after all these years, he’s certainly doing a good job of hiding it.
During an appearance on The Graham Norton Show on Friday, Hanks treated real-life runner Mo Farah to a rendition of Gump’s iconic speech about running.
Judging by the audience — and Mo’s — reaction, the film hasn’t lost any of its charm.
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