Tonight's NYC shows include ANOHNI, Wolf Parade, Jon Hopkins/The Field, NYC Popfest (Trashcan Sinatras), Ramones tribute (with Blondie/Dead Boys/Minutemen members), Moderat, Sinkane, Holly Miranda, and more. Continue reading…
In case you weren't aware, direwolves are a vital part of the mythology on Game of Thrones. Introduced all the way back in season one, there was one wolf for each of the six Stark children: Bran, Robb, Arya, Sansa, Rickon, and Jon Snow. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Teen Wolf‘s Kelsey Asbille is boarding Wind River, the feature directing debut of Sicario scribe Taylor Sheridan. She joins a cast that’s led by Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen. Jon Bernthal, Graham Greene, Julia Jones and Gil Birmingham also star in the feature that’s currently shooting in Utah. Show More Summary
This is the third in a series of posts called the “Two-Sided Coin,” where TSD’s Jon Gorey and Holly Johnson take opposing viewpoints on personal finance topics. Holly: Debt Is a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing On one hand, debt has allowed many of us to achieve the American dreams of home ownership and higher education. Show More Summary
In advance of the sixth season premiere of Game of Thrones on April 24th, Sky Atlantic commissioned the magnificent snow artist Simon Beck to stomp out atop an Alpine mountain, the Dire Wolf insignia of the House of Stark in memory of the fallen Jon Snow. Walking all day and all night, through 32.5 kilometres […]
Following her mo-cap performance as Maz Kanata in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Lupita Nyong’o is reteaming with Disney for Jon Favreau‘s remake of The Jungle Book, in which she’ll play another computer-generated character. Specifically, you’ll hear her voice as Raksha, the wolf who takes and raises in the human boy Mowgli (Neel Sethi). Show More Summary
NBC is quickly stocking up on drama series for next season. The network already gave early renewals to freshman breakout Blindspot and Dick Wolf’s Law & Order: SVU, Chicago Fire and Chicago PD. Now The Blacklist creator Jon Bodenkamp has revealed that the thiller show too had been picked up for next season, its fourth. Show More Summary
Last week BOSSIP took part in NBC Chicago Day — a very special day long media event where we were able to meet with many of the stars of Dick Wolf’s windy city themed drama series’. The event also served
Fox News host Jon Scott on Thursday suggested that former University of Missouri President Tim Wolf had been forced out unfairly because students could not produce evidence of a “poop swastika” that had been reportedly seen in a school bathroom. Wolf resigned last week after the...
The next Spider-Man has been chosen. "Wolf Hall" and "The Impossible" star Tom Holland, 19 years old, will play Peter Parker and his web-slinging alter ego.The news was announced by Marvel and Sony, who will work together on the film. Show More Summary
The new Spider-Man has been chosen: Tom Holland (The Impossible, Wolf Hall) will play Peter Parker and his heroic alter-ego, Spider-Man. He’ll first appear in Captain America: Civil War, and then take center stage in a solo film. That...Show More Summary
Marvel said they were going young for their next on-screen Peter Parker. And they’ve done it, casting Wolf Hall star Tom Holland as the wall-crawler with Cop Car director Jon Watts helming the upcoming production. Read more...
Jon Bernthal (“Wolf of Wall Street,” “The Walking Dead, ” “Fury”) joins the upcoming season of “Marvel’s Daredevil.” Bernthal will portray The Punisher, one of Marvel’s most popular characters. He is a vigilante who aims to clean up New York City’s Hell’s Kitchen by any means necessary, no matter how lethal the results. Show More Summary
Take a pre-release listen to the new single from the Texas-based artist's upcoming album "Natural Man." The post Jon Wolfe – “Smile On Mine” appeared first on RoughStock.
Violent protests erupt in Baltimore, apparently blindsiding the media and CNN's Wolf Blitzer despite a long history of racially charged riots throughout the U.S. From The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
YouTube Jon Stewart seems to be at that stage in his career in which he has totally run out of fucks to give.
Comedy Central's Jon Stewart was amazed at CNN host Wolf Blitzer's shock and dismay Tuesday over the events taking place in Baltimore over the last several days.
Our emergency alert system should have been triggered a long time ago for Baltimore's poor. Jon Stewart lamented the fact that we only pay attention to impoverished black communities when their desperation ignites into flames on Wednesday night's show. Show More Summary
Jon Stewart wonders why no one cared about Baltimore until it was literally "on fire"
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart opened his show this Tuesday with some coverage of the protests and rioting we've seen in Baltimore this week, and of course the media's reaction to what's happening, and in particular, CNN's Wolf Blitzer. After...Show More Summary