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She's fluffy and yippy, and she fits inside a pink bag. Of course Charlize Theron's bratty character would own her.
(Real name: Uggie)
The loyal companion of a silent-film star, he remains by his master's side long after the man's star has faded.
WEEGEE'S L.A. STORY
After gaining fame for his New York City crime-scene images, Arthur Fellig, known as Weegee for his seemingly supernatural ability to be in the right place at the right time (like a Ouija board), moved to Los Angeles in 1947. "Naked Hollywood: Weegee in Los Angeles," on display through Feb. 27 at L.A.'s Museum of Contemporary Art, features the photographer's shots of Hollywood celebrities, costume shops and strippers, as well as playful composite landscape images like City Hall, Los Angeles, Cal. (left).
What the World Needs Now ...
Benetton's new ad campaign, dubbed "Unhate," presents Photoshopped pictures of world leaders locking lips with their foes. From President Obama and China's Hu Jintao (above) to Netanyahu and Abbas, each image is uncomfortably hypnotic.
4 THINGS YOU DON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT THIS WEEK
1. Finding some old beats to kick it to.
Yo! MTV Raps Classic Cuts will air on Dec. 4.
2. Where to find jokes about vegans and coffee.
Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen are taking Portlandia on tour.
3. Figuring out who that new Muppet reminds you of.
The puppeteer for Walter the Muppet was channeling actor Michael Cera.
4. Vladimir Putin's ego.
The audience booed during his appearance at a Russian mixed-martial-arts match, but the Prime Minister's supporters claim the jeers weren't directed at him. Uh, sure.