Parents of morose teenagers be warned: the next big trend in films for young adults could make the mood at home even darker. Vampires, werewolves and boy wizards are out; dystopia is in.
Times are hard for 1980s chart-toppers UB40.
Mandawuy Yunupingu, the former lead singer of Australian indigenous band Yothu Yindi and one of the country’s most famous Aborigines, has died, Australia’s prime minister said Monday. He was 56
Bruno Mars has added a second Auckland date his Moonshine Jungle tour. The singer returns to New Zealand next year and this time around he brings along special guest and Grammy wining artist Miguel.
Bruno Mars returns to New Zealand next year and this time around he brings along special guest and Grammy wining artist Miguel. Mars and his full band are set to repeat the singers’ 2011 success when he first sold out Auckland’s Vector Arena.
The French and great pop music aren’t two things that often go together.
Betty DeGeneres, 82, is a gay rights campaigner and the mother of the world’s most famous lesbian, not necessarily in that order. Ellen DeGeneres has a TV audience of at least 4 million viewers per episode in the US alone and is in Australia to film segments for her show.
Django Unchained and raunchy comedy Ted have landed seven MTV Movie Awards nominations, leading a slew of comedies and superhero blockbusters among the nominees at the annual film awards voted for by youth audiences.
Will Smith plots his strategy for world domination from the head of the kingly wooden dining table in his sweeping Calabasas, Calif., home.
It is a gorgeous spring day when I arrive at the coolest address in the universe: 1 Infinite Loop, Cupertino, Calif., where Apple has been headquartered since 1993. The campus, for such they call it, is enormous yet not big enough to contain Apple’s current rate of expansion