film studies: Espinoza Paz makes his movie debut, drunks on Facebook and Drake's new music video

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film studies: Espinoza Paz makes his movie debut, drunks on Facebook and Drake's new music video

  • (John Parra/Getty) Espinoza Paz talks about making his film debut in See If I Care starring Eva Mendes and Eugenio Derbez: "Me dijeron si me aventaba a hacer algo e hice tres escenas con Eugenio, donde le aviento carrilla porque hago de un primo de él en la historia." (They asked me if I was willing to try something and I did three scenes with Eugenio. I tease him a bit in the scenes because I play his cousin in the movie.)
  • (Joe Raedle/Getty) College students who posted repeated pictures and updates on Facebook detailing their dangerous drunken adventures were often at risk for clinical alcoholism, according to a recent study.
  • (Frank Micelotta/Getty) Murder Rap, a new book out today by Greg Kading, a former Los Angeles police detective assigned to the Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls murder cases, alleges that the LAPD has dozens of taped confessions it has never released, including one from an informant who says Sean "Diddy" Combs ordered Shakur's murder in 1996.
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  • Drake shows off his Cosby sweater game in the just-released music video for "Headlines."
  • (Mike Doyle) 130,000: The number of Lego pieces it took Mike Doyle to build this spooky Victorian mansion on top of a Lego mud heap. Doyle built two other "abandoned houses" made entirely of Legos for his series.
  • Watch Ohio University's marching band get its shuffle on during a recent performance of LMFAO's "Party Rock Anthem."
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