Star Trek, The Muppets and The Simpsons did it. More recently, Jackass, Sex and the City and even Entourage have done it.
The Veronica Mars actress asked her partner to marry her on Wednesday to celebrate the United States Supreme Court’s overturning of the Defence of Marriage Act (DOMA). The 32-year-old’s gay and lesbian friends are now able to tie the knot, leading them to arrange their own wedding
Michael Douglas “couldn’t be more supportive” of Catherine Zeta-Jones. The actress has bipolar II disorder and yesterday it was confirmed she has checked into a clinic for maintenance treatment
US President Barack Obama plays Daniel Day-Lewis playing Obama in a Steven Spielberg spoof follow-up to his film Lincoln. The video sketch was made for the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner, held on Saturday night in Washington (local time).
When John Linnell and John Flansburgh were kids in Lincoln, Massachusetts, they used to love those cheap and cheerful TV ads for top-40 compilation records. Remember the K-tel pitch Twenty original artists, 20 original hits, with tiny grabs of each lined up to ring in your brain like rapid-fire sugar hits.
The image of President Abraham Lincoln is usually that of a tall man with a booming voice. But in the new movie “Lincoln,” which opens Friday, audiences will see that familiar image, but they’re going to hear something different. Time magazine’s critic said that Day-Lewis speaks in a “thin, reedy” voice, while CBS News said […]
The Walking Dead is back! Here is a list of a few things (5 to be exact) about the new season. The List 1. Fight the Dead, Fear the Living: We wish we could take credit for that clever tagline, but it wasn’t us. The third season will focus mainly on the evil […]
Soon after buying Brooks Brothers in late 2001, Claudio Del Vecchio took a trip to the warehouse that keeps the company’s archives. When a business has been around since 1818, you wind up with a lot of history—especially when you’re talking about the retailer that sold Abraham Lincoln the overcoat he wore to Ford’s Theatre, F.D.R.
NOTHING was beyond his desire. He wanted to be unifier and savior, uplifter of the poor at home and father of democracy in Asia.
The first thing to marvel at in War Horse, the import from London that has just opened at Lincoln Center’s Vivian Beaumont Theater, is, of course, the horse. He’s a tall, chestnut-colored steed named Joey, embodied onstage by a life-size puppet manipulated by three fully visible puppeteers