The fifth installment of Johnny Depp’s piratical franchise took the lead in Friday’s box office, with the lifeguard comedy “Baywatch” coming in a distant second as the Memorial Day weekend kicked off. “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” was No. 1 on Friday, pulling in an estimated...
In many ways "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales," the latest (and good) installment in the franchise, feels like both a return-to-form and a wholly new adventure. In the film, Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp, once again)...Show More Summary
If Judge Dredd has an equal in pages of 2000AD, it's Strontium Dog’s Johnny Alpha.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales will likely make a lot of money at the box office. Which is good news for star Johnny Depp, who could use every last cent these days. But critics across the country are positively SLAMMING...Show More Summary
With Darksiders 3 now being confirmed as an actual, real thing that's happening, we thought it'd be a good time for Johnny to give the original game a spin. He's not crazy about horses but he does like big swords and so our odds on him liking it were about 50/50. Show More Summary
She starred in 'Skiptrace' alongside Jackie Chan and Johnny Knoxville, so you know that she knows good cinema. [ more › ]
Sounds like: Frightened Rabbit, Laura Marling, Dry the River Song: Johnny Flynn - Heart Sunk Hank What's so good? This morning, I listened to the new Harry Styles album and thought it lacks the emotion of someone who has been through...Show More Summary
In the premiere episode of “Don’t Be a Dummy”, the lovable Johnny T. of of Glove and Boots offers very good advice about saving one’s sanity by never looking up an illness on the internet, no matter how tempting it may be. Related Laughing...Show More Summary
Johnny Depp has never been the type to care about PR, which is good because—handling a divorce, a lawsuit from his former managers, and alleged depleting funds—the actor’s public image is more tarnished than it’s ever been before. (And here we once thought the Australian dog apology video was the lowest one could get.) Read more...
Every day, the universe contrives me to remind me that Johnny Depp still exists and is still paid good cash money to be in movies, despite my wishes to the contrary. Someone has to keep the overgrown scarf rack in...
If you're a celebrity, it's not generally not a good thing if your finances are in the news. Sure, there's the occasional story about a record-breaking payday for an actor or athlete, but generally, when the whole world is talking about...Show More Summary
Here's something to make you feel like life goes by far too fast - It's almost 2 years to the day since P.T. got removed from the Playstation Network for good. That meant, even if you'd downloaded it previously, there was no way for you to get it back if you decided to delete it. Show More Summary
What other 1977 album details the singer-songwriter’s feelings for Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show? The post 40 Years Later: Appreciating an Unusual Beach Boys Album appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Invisible, Inc. is one of those games I've been meaning to play ever since it came out. Everyone I know who's played it through is a committed enthusiast (hello Oli Welsh) and yet I never got round to booting it up. Thank goodness for...Show More Summary
Not since Johnny Dangerously have curse words been suggested the way Fox Premium's new "Son of a Binge" ad does it. Each of the fargin' bastages in this spot behaves rudely or irresponsibly because Fox Premium's can't-miss binge-able programming is just that good. To be a true "son of a binge," one must prioritize binge...
After the recent passing of Chuck Berry, a letter Carl Sagan wrote to him in 1986 began circulating on social media. It congratulated Berry on the fact that the rollicking guitar riff on "Johnny B. Goode" was now hurtling through space via NASA’s Voyager Golden Record project, as an example of the very human sound…
The musician was honored in his hometown, with a service including letters from Paul McCartney and Bill Clinton and a rendition of “Johnny B. Goode.”
Johnny's mother thought her son might be gay, so she asked her doctor how and when she'll know. The post Doctor to Mother of Gay Son: ‘It Doesn’t Matter and you Can’t do Anything About It.’ appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Puddles Pity Party managed to mash up two unlikely tunes into one, combining the Johnny Cash classic Folsom Prison Blues with The Who’s Pinball Wizard. We’re not sure why it works, but Puddles always does a good job hypnotizing us with his voice.
Sunday night, Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley co-hosted the Academy of Country Music Awards. The two, along with Joe Walsh performed “Johnny B. Goode” as tribute to Chuck Berry. Backstreet Boys performed “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” for their number one fan (apparently) Tim McGraw. And prior to the awards, Keith Urban ... More »