Cory Monteith’s tragic death has left a “major hole in the heart” of his hit TV show Glee, says a top Hollywood entertainment expert.
Hello, is it beer you’re looking for Although the footage doesn’t make its debut for several weeks, here’s a sneak peek at American crooner Lionel Richie as you’ve never seen him before – hanging out in a fridge. Almost 30 years after he romantically pursued a blind art student around college in the original video for his No.1 hit single Hello, Richie is back performing the classic in a quirky beer commercial showcasing Lion’s new draught beer dispenser for the home, Tap King.
Eminem’s song publisher is suing Facebook and an ad agency, saying they copied music from one of the rapper’s songs. Eight Mile Style filed a federal lawsuit in Detroit on Monday alleging that a 30-second Facebook ad broadcast online last month copied music from Eminem’s 2000 song Under the Influence.
Paris Hilton is in “paradise” with boyfriend River Viiperi. The jet-setting socialite-turned-DJ was in Miami, Florida for the Ultra Music Festival last weekend, but she’s already taken off to an undisclosed tropical destination for some alone time with her model lover
The gossip mags seem convinced a royal baby girl is on the way, after Duchess of Cambridge apparently let slip the letter “d” while talking to a well wisher. In the incident a week ago in the English fishing town of Grimsby, the pregnant duchess was given a teddy bear by a local woman
Najam Sethi is no stranger to official harassment and death threats. Since the 1970s, the prominent Pakistani journalist has been charged with treason three times
Clarification Appended: June 30, 2011 Here’s some good news for consumers who feel themselves trampled by soulless banking and credit giants: on July 21, a new consumer-protection agency will open its doors in Washington, with the mission of making everything from mortgage documents to credit statements fairer and easier to understand and generally giving the little guy more power against the financial corporate juggernauts. Here’s the bad news: it’s not clear that President Obama will be able to appoint anyone to run it
Advertisers and marketers spend millions of dollars trying to get inside women’s minds–for good reason.
So who would you like to hack today? A bank, a website, a corporation or perhaps a government agency that’s rubbing you the wrong way
In Hollywood, they say, any bureaucrat can give the thumbs-down to a film proposal, but the ones with real clout are those who can flash a thumbs-up and make it happen. That power used to be the exclusive preserve of the studio moguls.