Watch a Lightsaber Fight Between Glee's Harry Shum, Jr. and SYTYCD's Stephen 'tWitch' Boss

Glee's Harry Shum Jr. and So You Think You Can Dance's Stephen 'tWitch' Boss are going postal with lightsabers in this video. I have no idea why, but it's awesome nonetheless. [via Topless Robot]



Gwyneth Paltrow wasn't available to shoot any promos for her Saturday Night Live hosting gig this weekend, so Andy Samberg and Fred Armisen helped her out.



Here's a preview for Christian Slater's new comedy, Breaking In (premiering April 6 on Fox). It's like The Office meets Leverage, and it might actually be kinda funny. [via THR]



Last night on Conan, Parks and Recreation star Rashida Jones got really excited when Conan asked her about working with Rob Lowe. Like, really excited.



Meanwhile, on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, a very enthusiastic Jerry O'Connell discussed Twitter and drinking with Jim Belushi.




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Breaking In looks okay. Anyone else think that 0:25 to 0:26 in the Breaking In preview is the same building used for the It's Always Sunny pub?
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OMG i had no idea what breaking in was and the n suddenly mofo trevor from WKYK came and im like im gonna freaking watch it day one now
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the lightsaber has been pick for my life as film maker on vimeo and i am noorbigtime director also make movies. watch out a new movie is coming www.youtube.com/thenbtshow or vimeo.com/noorbigtime
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That lightsaber video is actually really awesome.
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I'm not going to bother with Breaking In, even though I have a man-crush on Bret Harrison. But was that John Corbett?
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Breaking In, looks really good.
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From this trailer, Breaking In actually looks funny. Plus, I love me some Reaper! (ahem, I mean Bret Harrison)
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awesome!!
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awesome lightsaber battle!
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That 3 minute clip was better than all of the star wars prequels combined. Perhaps that is what the star wars prequels could've used, a bit more realism and a bit of actual brutality in the duels.
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interesting
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