GUEST: Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, recently announced a $3 billion effort to cure all disease during the lifetime of their daughter, Max. Earlier this year, Silicon Valley billionaire Sean Parker donated $250 million to increase collaboration amongst researchers to develop immune therapies for cancer. Show More Summary
With just under a month until Election Day, Sean Parker’s civics-focused startup Brigade wants to help American voters figure out which candidates to vote for. Brigade, whose founders include billionaire tech investor Sean Parker and...Show More Summary
Essential Politics: Congressional Republicans mostly staying out of Harris-Sanchez U.S. Senate race, podcast examines Brown's legacy through bill signings Sept. 19, 2016, 12:09 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily feed on California government and politics news. Here's what we're watching:Most...
Survios' Raw Data is said to be the first VR game to hit $1 million in sales in a month. Survios' Raw Data is said to be the first VR game to hit $1 million in sales in a month. Sean Parker may have famously said of Facebook's earlyShow More Summary
BUYER: Sean Parker LOCATION: New York City, NY PRICE: Unknown SIZE: more than 6,000 square feet YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: One of the latest real estate trends in Manhattan, at least for those with the finances to indulge such pricey desires, is to acquire and combine two and even three contiguous townhouses in to one urban... Read more »
Sean Parker, Facebooks co-founder, has bought three brownstones in Greenwich Village to build one super-mansionfollowing an extravagant trend set by Roman Abramovich and Michael Bloomberg.
Because Rudy Giuliani is mad about something again, check out today's end-of-day links: pizza motivation, stunt journalism, human evolution and exercise, inside Bob Ross, Sean Parker's Greenwich Village mansion, RIP CMJ, and rescue dogs gets dressed up. Show More Summary
In what appears to be another move towards a megamansion, Sean Parker has bought a third townhouse on West 10th Street in New York City, The New York Post reported. The new addition is directly adjacent to two other townhouses Parker...Show More Summary
Earlier this week, we brought you the story of Napster founder Sean Parker’s multi-million dollar, Lord Of The Rings-themed wedding from 2013, and its failed offer to pay actor Ian McKellen $1.5 million to officiate in-character as Gandalf the wizard. Show More Summary
Prior to a riff on why actor Ian McKellan turned down over a million dollars to marry former Napster exec Sean Parker, while dressed as Gandaldf — which should delight Lord of the Ring fans — Stephen Colbert took some shots at Mylan exec Heather Bresch for jacking up the price on...
Since its debut back in 2014, "Silicon Valley" has sparked debate on who in the tech world inspired the show's motley crew of characters. Richard is Mark Zuckerberg, Erlich is Sean Parker, Laurie is Marissa Mayer, and so on. Nelson "Big...Show More Summary
Everyone on the planet loves Ian McKellen. How can you not? Not only is he one of the world’s most celebrated actors who has picked up countless awards throughout his storied career, but he’s also portrayed two of the most iconic character in literature history: X-Men’s Magneto and Lord of the Rings’ Gandalf. Show More Summary
Napster founder Sean Parker’s Lord of the Rings/ Medieval themed wedding was as gorgeous as it was obnoxious, but let’s at least give the man props for going all the way in his attempt at authenticity. As it turns out, he actually asked Sir Ian McKellen — through a mutual friend — to officiate the wedding […]
This is the best: Ian McKellan refused a $1.5 million offer to officiate Sean Parker's wedding dressed as Gandalf https://t.co/RPvMP421qr — Avery Hartmans (@averyhartmans) August 22, 2016 Yes, it makes me happy that Douche Flotilla Admiral Sean Parker’s wedding will never stop being mockable. As a reminder, Sean Parker’s cri du couer: Weddings Used To […]
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Gandalf will not go to your wedding, and he most certainly won't bust a move. In a Daily Mail interview, Ian McKellen reveals he was offered $1.5 million to officiate Silicon Valley tycoon Sean Parker's LOTR-themed wedding as Gandalf, but refused.
You know what’s cooler than a million dollars? Getting Gandalf to officiate your wedding. That’s just what ex-Facebook employee and Napster creator Sean Parker tried to do. According to Ian McKellen, Parker once offered him $1.5 million to officiate his wedding. Show More Summary
Actor and mobile dignity reservoir Sir Ian McKellen has worn some silly costumes in his decades on stage and screen, but always in service of his craft. The beloved thespian made that clear in a recent interview with The Daily Mail,Show More Summary
Ian McKellan could have made $1.5 million if only he had agreed to officiate Sean Parker's "Lord of the Rings" themed wedding — dressed as Gandalf. According to a new interview with The Daily Mail, Ian McKellan, who plays Gandalf inShow More Summary