Afternoon Delight: Mila Kunis is a hero, stars tweet about Amendment One and President Obama


Good afternoon and happy birthday to Candice Bergen and Rosario Dawson!

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Mila Kunis is a hero! On Saturday the Black Swan actress saved a man who was choking on his own tongue. Click on the link to read all the gory details.

Here’s yet another character poster of Eva Green (Cracks) in Dark Shadows, due out in theaters this Friday.

Vicki Cristina Barcelona actress Rebecca Hall is in talks to join the cast of Iron Man 3. (I’m crossing my fingers that Hall will have a love scene with Gwyneth Paltrow‘s Pepper Potts.)

Nikita star Maggie Q is Inked magazine’s May cover girl! (Q borrowed my black leotard for the photo shoot.)

Tomorrow night, JD Samson & Men will be taking over The Echoplex (1822 Sunset Blvd) in Los Angeles, CA.

As mentioned in this morning’s Brew, North Carolina passed Amendment One. Lesbian talk show host Ellen DeGeneres and out comedian/actress Sandra Bernhardt took to Twitter with their responses.

On a happier note, some of our favorite celebs were also tweeting about President Barack Obama’s statement that “same-sex marriage should be legal.” 

Rosie O’Donnell has added another acting credit to her resume. Tonight, O’Donnell will guest star on an TV Land’s Happily Divorced at 10:30 p.m. According to EW, she’ll play "an old ‘friend’ of Fran Lovett (Fran Drescher) who is also a dog therapist trying to help her old pal figure out why her pooch doesn’t like her." Hmm. Why the quotation marks around the word "friend"?

Photo of the Day!

Mother’s Day is just around the corner. If you’re lucky enough to have not only one, but two moms, then consider sending them cards from Ecard Family Equality sponsored by Children’s Tylenol. Tylenol supports marriage equality? Now I hope that I get a headache soon so, in an act of solidarity, I can take some Tylenol!

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