How do you top having sex with ghosts and wearing a bra made out of teeth sent in by your fans You down a bottle of urine, of course. Ke$ha, ever the poor music fan’s Lady Gaga, is under fire from America’s Parent Television Council after footage of her allegedly drinking her own urine was shown on TV.
What are you not being told about Halloween? To an alien species visiting Earth for the first time, Halloween must resemble a kind of sexy war. People and monsters stumble through the streets, slick with blood, knives plunged through their heads, while erotic nurses bounce between divisions, doing a terrible job of triage. Not even the children […]
Before the drama Mad Men could return for its third season, AMC and creator Matthew Weiner had to resolve a conflict over fittingly for a series set on Madison Avenue advertising. The network wanted to add two minutes of ads; Weiner didn’t want to cut the show
You want to make a comedy about guys who learn the true meaning of bromance on a horrible weekend in Vegas, but you can’t spend a lot of money on talent.
“Get a life!” the old Commander Kirk, William Shatner, angrily told die-hard Trekkies in a famous Saturday Night Live skit. Over the past four days the venerable TV and movie franchise got new life by winning the box-office weekend.
The first frame of the 2009 summer blockbuster season saw nice guys finish first, and second. On Thursday night Hugh Jackman was on The Daily Show, Matthew McConaughey on The Tonight Show, both playing the adoring dad with anecdotes about how cute and flirtatious their young sons are. On Friday moviegoers started clogging the plexes to see these courtly musclemen in their signature roles: Jackman as a lupine superhero, McConaughey as a stud in need of fixing
"I am new … I am new …" There is indeed something new about Kutiman’s approach to making music: all his songs, and the accompanying videos, have been painstakingly — and brilliantly — clipped together from YouTube clips of disparate, mostly amateur musicians.
When Florida legislators recently struggled to balance the battered state budget, they decided to plug holes with $190 million from a $300 million affordable-housing trust fund. After all, why should a cash-strapped state shell out money for new home construction when there are tons of vacant homes just waiting to be snapped up?