By Annabella Nielsen COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - The Danish capital that fostered Hans Christian Andersen, the godfather of fairy tales, and hosts one of Europe's oldest royal lineages is also the setting for grisly murders and political intrigue in television dramas popular across the world. Show More Summary
There’s no doubt that Martin Scorsese knows exactly what he’s doing when it comes to crafting thorough, smart and loving projects centering on the careers of beloved musical acts. He’s basically the unofficial godfather to the Rolling Stones, using their music in a number of his films and directing their fantastic concert doc Shine a Light. Show More Summary
The godfather of football transfer gossip, Gianluca Di Marzio, has dropped another big story on Thursday regarding Arsenal. The morning after the Gunners edged past Besiktas to claim their spot in the Champions League group phase, Arsenal are now said to be headed back into the transfer market for a defender. According to Di Marzio, […]
WUT?! I had no idea James Brown made a commercial, and in Japan!? Sadly, NOT the hardest working man in show business' best work. [ Comment on this story ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
And Barry/Bassam Al-Fayeed is…not the Tyrant! Barry’s ascension to the throne of Abbudin may have seemed a foregone conclusion, since the show was sold on the premise “The Godfather in the Middle East,” with Adam Rayner’s Americanized Barry as the Michael, pulled back into the family’s dirty business after trying to escape to a normal life. Show More Summary
The godfather of nerdcore made a children’s album—sort of.
With all the ‘80s synth music featured on SIT80's over the years, it's time to place a call to the godfathers of electronic music - Kraftwerk.
Movie sensations the Guardians of the Galaxy are mashed up with classic movies like "The Godfather," "Some Like it Hot," "When Harry Met Sally" and more!
Apparently what goes on at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting only stays anonymous while the attendee in question is still alive. Eddie Baca, screenwriter and founder of New York's 46th Street Club House, tells Page Six the Robin Williams attended AA meetings at the Club House a few times a week...
Emigdio Vasquez, a renowned Orange County Chicano muralist and painter whose pieces captured the reality and grittiness of everyday life, has died at age 75.
Robin Williams is dead. That sad knowledge is only a few hours old and sinking in as I sit down to look toward the weekend and wonder if there’s a chance it doesn’t include a wine bender and a Godfather marathon, or playing that goddamn...Show More Summary
In the Sopranos Season 6 episode “Luxury Lounge,” Christopher and Little Carmine travel to Los Angeles in an attempt to cast their terrible “The Ring meets The Godfather” horror movie Cleaver. A lousy meeting with Ben Kingsley ends with...Show More Summary
On the Godfather of Go-Go's 78th birthday. [ more › ]
This curvy concrete home by one of the godfathers of 20th-century architecture could be yours for just a few million. Silvertop, the Los Angeles residence that served as a backdrop for the 1987 Robert Downey Jr. film Less Than Zero, has been put on the market. Show More Summary
The rodents sent Franky Arriola, 33, of Murray Hill scurrying from the AMC Loews Kips Bay during a Saturday night screening of the biopic on the Godfather of Soul.
This video has the Turtle Power to make you laugh so hard, you'll be shellshocked. When Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: Secret of the Ooze originally came out, it was the equivalent of what we imagine seeing The Godfather II in theaters was like for those who loved the first movie. Needless to say, it was [...]
He’s been called the Godfather of Goth and rightfully so. Peter Murphy is best known for his storied work as frontman and vocalist for legendary Goth rock band Bauhaus. These days he acts as a solo musician and painter, still a force no less powerful. In 1979, Bauhaus’ first single, “Bela Lugosi’s Dead”, was considered […]
At the beginning of "The Trip to Italy," the follow-up to 2010's wry, melancholic gastro-tour, Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon pose a question: Why are they doing this again? Sequels are never good. Along with the inevitable "Godfather Part II" retort comes lots of impressions of Al Pacino. Show More Summary