Slacktory just posted a supercut of Saturday Night Live actors “breaking”-aka “corpsing,” aka not being able to keep from laughing mid-skit-from the show’s late-’70s golden age to the current cast.
Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallgher is being sued for US$3 million by an American journalist who claims he fathered a child with her. Rumours have been swirling in the UK after it was revealed an unnamed rock star was caught in a desperate battle to stop his wife learning about his love child
If you stick around through the closing credits of Before Midnight, the latest film in the trilogy that also includes Before Sunrise and Before Sunset, you’ll see that the movie is dedicated to someone whose name even the most die-hard fans have never heard before: Amy Lehrhaupt.
A previously unaired Saturday Night Live skit featuring Justin Bieber has been slated as the “greatest trainwreck ever.” Titled Song for Daddy and starring Bill Harder as a country singer, and Bieber as his son failed to get any laughs during the dress-rehearsal and was cut from the show.
Dominic Bowden, host of The X Factor NZ, knows exactly what it takes to make the show a success. “If we haven’t got the talent, people will switch off,” he says
What’s a guy from Te Awamutu doing battling giant Nazi robot spiders and flying saucers 50,000 years in the future For air force pilot-turned-actor Jak Wyld, it was just another day on the job. Wyld stars in The 25th Reich, in which he plays one of a team of American GIs sent to the Australian outback in World War II who end up in the distant future.
What have we learned during this night of tears, broken dreams and compliment sandwiches Domenic Bowden has discovered the secret of teleportation. Wherever we are, Rorotonga, Sydney, Queenstown or the magical place of Mahurangi: He’s already there.
REVIEW: Lorde Mighty Mighty, May 10 Lorde’s gig was the place to be in Wellington on Friday night, that was obvious. If the fact it sold out in 73 seconds hadn’t told you that much, then the number of cellphones snapping and tweeting and updating Facebook statuses midshow would have made it clear
In Las Vegas, bigger is always better. That’s why last week’s opening of MGM Grand’s new mega-club Hakkasan has all of Sin City and those who love it watching.