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  • Check out Jack Black’s new paranormal web series

    The new year brings a new web series from Jewish funny man Jack Black. “Ghost Girls,” a comedy about a couple of friends Heidi (Amanda Lund) and Angelica (Maria Basucci) in the business of solving paranormal mysteries, launched today on Yahoo! Screens. In the first episode the ladies are hired by Eddie (Jake Johnson), who… More ▸

  • Watch Jack Black’s ‘Teen Wolf’ sequel

    Have you ever found yourself wondering what happened to the character Michael J. Fox played in the classic ’80s comedy “Teen Wolf”? Well folks, Jack Black has bestowed upon us the answer—as well as a new meaning for the word Jewfro. In the (totally fake) film “Adult Wolf,” which ran on a recent episode of… More ▸

  • Famous Jewish dads we love

    Stressed out over what to do for dad this Father’s day? No tips here, but we can offer you a distraction in the form of a list of our favorite Jewish celebrity dads. More ▸

  • ‘The Hangover’ almost starred Jake Gyllenaal, Jonah Hill, and more

    Bradlely Cooper, Ed Helms, and Zach Galifianakis were not on most peoples’ radar back in 2007. Which is probably why the people casting “The Hangover” were initially trying for more famous–and, it jus The first actor associated with the project was Jack Black, who dropped out early on, director Todd Phillips told The Hollywood Reporter…. More ▸

  • It took 15 years for Jack Black to ask out his wife

    We usually associate Jack Black with a funny, everyman rocker type, but apparently the man has a shy, soft side. In an interview with The Sun for a “What I wish I’d known at 18,” Black revealed that it took him a good 15 years before he actually asked out Tanya Haden, his now wife…. More ▸

  • Who are the Jewish celebrities voting for?

    The election season is almost over, thankfully, but before the we all find out who is the next POTUS, we thought it would be interesting to look at the political preferences of some famous Jews. Some of the Jewish celebrities are very outspoken regarding their opinions, some are more quiet and most of them donate a lot of money.
    Check out the list, who knows, maybe it will change how you will vote (I really hope it won’t though):
    Republican Jewish Celebrities:
    Jerry Bruckheimer

    The producer behind “CSI,” “Beverly Hills Cop,” “Top Gun” and more has donated for the Bush, McCain and Romney campaigns More ▸