“Their stems were moderate sized. Still, in the 70s, the green apples were tart and crisp. Now they’ve got these ‘hedgehog hybrids’ out in the produce aisle. I go to try and pick one of them green apples up and the stems will go clean through me. Show More Summary
T-Series held onto its first-place position on the most-viewed YouTube channels chart for the eight month in a row. And it did so in commanding fashion. The YouTube home for the self-described "largest music label and movie studio" in...Show More Summary
In honor of LGBT Pride Month, which kicks off in June, leading multi-channel network Studio71 has created a limited edition 'Love Wins Pride Box' -- a care package filled with rainbow hats, water bottles, temporary tattoos, flags, enamel...Show More Summary
Heroes fighting bears happens much more than you might think. In this list, inspired by Image's Shirtless Bear-Fighter, we list the 15 best examples! The post Bear Knuckles: 15 Times A Superhero Punched A Bear appeared first on CBR.
J Mascis was on Marc Maron's WTF podcast today and, as Pitchfork points out, he talked about how much he likes Adele. "I got into Adele through The Voice," he admits, which is sort of weird considering she's been inescapable for a decade but, hey, if a corny cover is what encourages someone to check…
It's official. Variety has reported that Jimmy Fallon has been dethroned as King of late night by Stephen Colbert. While Fallon remains strongest with the key 18-49 demographic, Colbert's Late Show has stormed ahead in overall numbers, something that seemed...
Is Lynch's 1980 drama his greatest cinematic achievement? The post Is The Elephant Man David Lynch’s Best Film? appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
We're only one week away from Wonder Woman finally being released in theaters, and judging from many of the early reviews and responses from critics/bloggers/incredibly lucky fans who have already seen it, director Patty Jenkins has given us very little...
You know how sometimes you stumble across a video that just really does a number on your brain? I'm not talking about the profound speeches that inspire you to make a change in your life, or ingenious life-hacks that tell...
Last seen on the champ hoody music EP from his World’s Fair brother Remy Banks, Prince SAMO is back today with a video for “Mad Lion’s Revenge,” a SPVCE and Beard Thief-produced loosie inspired by “Shoot To Kill” that he dropped last year. Previously: World’s Fair x Two-9 – Bout It & 5 Mics The post Video: Prince SAMO – Mad Lion’s Revenge appeared first on Nah Right.
Those who were hoping to spend their Memorial Day weekend watching Sean Hannity’s fall from grace should put down the Jiffy Pop, because when it comes to this particular far right-wing fringe conspiracy peddler, Fox News is standing by its man. Show More Summary
Jack Antonoff has shared another new Bleachers track. It’s called “I Miss Those Days,” and it appears on his forthcoming album Gone Now. Listen below. “I Miss Those Days” is the fourth offering from Gone Now, which is out June 2 via RCA. Show More Summary
Dinosaur Jr. are now emoji. J Mascis, Lou Barlow, and Murph lead up the band’s new iPhone emoji range, which also features memorable images from throughout their career: The eye goggles from the “Freak Scene” video, Mascis’ glittery pink Jazzmaster guitar, and more. Show More Summary
A video tribute to filmmaking’s surreal genius. The article Alejandro Jodorowsky’s Mad Cinema of the Sacred Heart appeared first on Film School Rejects.
After a lengthy spell in Early Access, Divinity: Original Sin II is nearly ready for full release.
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The much-touted “exclusively gay moment” in the Beauty and the Beast remake was not enough to prevent Disney from getting a failing grade in GLAAD’s annual report on LGBTQ representation in Hollywood. Of the seven movie studios withShow More Summary
The original Dirty Dancing is a movie so beloved that its ingestion into the voracious Hollywood reboot machine was near-inevitable. Except Dirty Dancing has already been through the reboot rigmarole, multiple times, and never successfully. Show More Summary
In Master of None’s fourth episode, Dev (Aziz Ansari) goes on a series of awkward and entertaining first dates with different women, including one, Christine (Lauren Miller), with whom he makes it all the way back to the bedroom. Everything...Show More Summary
Gru is back to life of villainy.