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Olivia Munn's 'The Babymakers' Gets a Poster

On Friday night, Olivia Munn tweeted out the poster to her upcoming movie, The Babymakers . The ...

On Friday night, Olivia Munn tweeted out the poster to her upcoming movie, The Babymakers. The movie doesn't have a release date yet, but it's expected sometime within the next year. Paul Schneider, who played Mark Brendanawicz on Parks and Recreation, plays a husband who can't get his wife (Munn) pregnant. Instead of considering adoption or something logical like that, the husband decides to steal back a deposit of his from a sperm bank.

The Babymakers is directed by Broken Lizard's Jay Chandasekhar, best known as Super Troopers' Ramathorn and Beerfest's Barry Badrinath. Broken Lizard is breaking out of its usual group of cast members with The Babymakers, which is a good thing since their last outing, The Slammin' Salmon, was kind of awful.

Munn's not giving up on the acting thing, is she? She has a role in Aaron Sorkin's The Newsroom and a small part in Magic Mike. Hopefully the Sorkin touch will rub off on her, as she she was probably the weakest link in NBC's Perfect Couples last year.

Speaking of weakest links, I had completely forgotten about Schneider and the time he spent on Parks and Rec. Mark Brendanawicz was a huge character on the show in the beginning, even acting as a love interest for Leslie Knope. I like to pretend that first season and a half of Parks and Rec doesn't even exist. Once Adam Scott and Rob Lowe joined, that's when the real Parks and Rec started.


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BIll's Top Movies of 2013

Popculturology Editor in Chief Bill Kuchman is keeping a running list of his top movies of the year. If he sees a movie that has a 2013 release date (in theaters or on home media), it gets ranked here.

1. Gravity*
2. American Hustle*
3. The Spectacular Now*
4. The Way, Way Back*
5. The Place Beyond the Pines*
6. All Is Lost*
7. The Wolf of Wall Street*
8. Dallas Buyers Club*
9. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty*
10. Captain Phillips*

Didn't make the Top 10:
Prisoners*, Don Jon*, Frozen*, The World's End*, Blue Jasmine*, Saving Mr. Banks*, Lee Daniels' The Butler*, Philomena*, Drinking Buddies, This Is the End*, Monsters University*, Mud*, Iron Man 3*, Star Trek Into Darkness*, Oblivion*, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire*, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug*, Thor the Dark World*, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues*, Elysium*, Pacific Rim*, Man of Steel*, World War Z*, Out of the Furnace*, The Wolverine*, Now You See Me*, 42*, The Great Gatsby*, Spring Breakers*, About Time*, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2*, Warm Bodies*, We're the Millers*, Ender's Game*, The Family*, The Hangover Part III*, Admission*, Kick-Ass 2*, 2 Guns*, White House Down*, Olympus Has Fallen*, Pain & Gain*, Arthur Newman*, Oz the Great and Powerful*, The Bling Ring*, Bad Grandpa*, The Counselor*, Last Vegas*, Side Effects*, G.I. Joe: Retaliation*, The Heat*, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone*, Identity Thief*, Gangster Squad*, Carrie*, Delivery Man*, Riddick*, The Lone Ranger*, Snitch*, Jack the Giant Slayer*

Movie count (as of 1/1): 70
An asterisk denotes a film that was seen in theaters.

It's January, so this list is almost done. Gotta pick up a few final films that got released late in 2013.