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December 20th, 2011 By Eli Johnson | The Morning After |

Music, Movies and the Not So Mundane

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Gerard Butler had to be pulled from the dangerous waters of the sea while filming the surfing movie Of Men and Mavericks. Butler was taken to a hospital after being rescued by a patrolman. It was determined by doctors at the Stanford Medical Center that Butler was not seriously injured, just dazed. "[Butler] had that 100-yard stare that surfers get after a two-wave hold-down or near-death experience," reports ESPN.

Two more of the lawsuits against The Hangover Part II have been dropped. Michael Alan Rubin, who claimed the film was based on his autobiographical screenplay, has dropped his suit, and stuntman Scott McLean is no longer seeking damages after suffering injuries while standing in for Ed Helms. These are the second and third lawsuits against the film that have dropped after the Mike Tyson-style face tattoo lawsuit was resolved. But I still want my 10 bucks back.

Jon Bon Jovi, who people thought was dead, is not. There is a picture on his Facebook page of the Jovi holding a sign that reads, “Heaven looks a lot like New Jersey.” But we all know that isn’t true.

Bon Jovi was performing at a charity the night it was falsely reported he was dead, and his publicist confirmed that he was alive and well. But still no one has seen Sinbad in months.

A woman swallowed a felt-tip pen whole 25 years ago. The pen was recently removed from the 76-year-old after she began complaining of weight loss and diarrhea. "Most gastroenterologists will have stories of coins, batteries, bits of meat, etc., but this is one of the oddest simply because it sat there for so long unnoticed," Dr. Waters told the Huffington Post in an email. Waters added that the pen was “too corroded to see a brand name” but could still write.

Happy Birthday Jonah Hill, JoJo, Todd Phillips, Joyce Hyser, Ramon Rodriguez, John Spencer, Michael Badalucco and Brian O’Halloran.

 
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