If you like to laugh, Robin WIlliams and Sarah Michelle Gellar have a new TV comedy series just for you!
YouTube the latest advertiser driven content driver to offer premium access via paid platforms.
Not receiving the press they anticipated, Westboro canceled the the protest and turned their attention to the Oklahoma City Thunder playoff game.
How do you become an overnight internet celebrity?
You could be a young child coming home from the dentist, an awkward kid pretending to be a Jedi, or you could just be a lucky girl who’s vacation snapshot was photobombed by Kevin Spacey!
Walmart is a great place to shop for well… just about anything. Now, thanks to a deal struck with Warner Brothers, shoppers can purchase movie tickets to see the new Superman movie at participating theaters. Ticket sales will be available at Walmart before any other venue giving shoppers the chance to secure tickets early.
For a few moments the quirky starlet was mistakenly identified by a local Fox News affiliate as the Boston Marathon bomber. Not because anyone actually believed Deschanel to be the culprit, but because the auto-correct, speech-to-text magic that translates live news broadcasts into closed captioning thought her name sounded like Chechen bomber Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev.
April 16th, the Hollywood reporter released the latest trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness, the latest film in the franchise reboot! In the film, “James T. Kirk risks the lives of his entire crew to pursue a one man weapon of mass destruction.”
Remember when prank calls included asking to speak to “Mike Rotch” or, at worst, the 4 a.m. Dominoes delivery? Prank calls used to be annoying, mostly benign mischief, but they have taken a much more sinister and destructive turn.
At 2:00 a.m. yesterday morning Carol was hanging out with her friends in the arena parking lot in Tupelo, MS, when a gunman drove up and opened fire. Carol was injured but a specialist is being flown in to tend to her. It is unclear whether Carol ever saw her attacker.
LucasArts is nothing short of iconic to any child of the 90s.
When Disney acquired LucasArts as part of a $4 billion deal buying all LucasFilm properties, rumors began to circulate that LucasArts wouldn’t survive. Yesterday, those fears were confirmed.