Rachel McAdams, ever the love interest—of time travelers
A meme depicting Rachel McAdams as the romantic interest in films involving time travelers described her as being specifically typecast—she was in 2009’s “The Time Traveler’s Wife,” with Eric Bana; in 2013’s “About Time,” with Domhnall Gleeson, and in the recently released “Doctor Strange,” with Benedict Cumberbatch.
It missed “Midnight in Paris,” where Rachel starred with Owen Wilson in 2011. Now that she’s part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, she may now hitchhike in the super sorcerer’s time treks.
Josh Peck’s cartoon voice
Former teen star Josh Peck, half of the duo in Nickelodeon’s 2000s teen sitcom, “Drake & Josh,” recently starred with Jon Stamos in the short-lived comedy series, “Grandfathered.” Peck was a portly kid who became health-conscious and fit a few years into “Drake & Josh.” He has been voicing the sidekick character Eddie in the “Ice Age” series of animated films since 2006.
The actor, now 30, also provides the voice of Casey Jones in the ongoing “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” series, and recently lent his voice for an animated character in “The Angry Birds Movie.” Fans will hear him again in the cartoon flick, “Gnome Alone,” which is currently in production.
No medal for Kylie
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Kylie Jenner, one of the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” regulars, was not honored with the Medal of Freedom by US President Barack Obama recently. But an online joke, where her face was photoshopped onto real recipient Barbra Streisand’s body, fooled a lot of fans.
Shared thousands of times on social media sites, the fake photo eventually reached Jenner, who was amused by the alteration. Streisand was given the presidential honor—awarded to those who positively contribute to American culture—in 2015. —Oliver Pulumbarit