8 items from 2015
In the wake of the shocking season five finale of Pretty Little Liars, we finally found out that "A"'s name is Charles Dilaurentis, giving us one answer and so many more questions. As we anxiously await the new season, we're looking for any distraction, and Shay Mitchell's new project seems like just the ticket. Mitchell is the host and "cupid" in SweeTARTS Candy's new YouTube dating show, called Get Roped In. We recently spoke to her about her experience on the show, plus her own trials and tribulations with life, love, and of course, the world of Pretty Little Liars. Keep reading to get the juiciest tidbits. Popsugar: What have you learned about love that you don't think Emily Fields has learned yet? Shay Mitchell: I would say what I have learned about love is that everything happens for a reason. Each person is another stepping stone. »
By the 1990s, studios were waking up to movie marketing, and the era of the blockbuster. Tim Burton's Batman, released in summer 1989, had introduced the idea of a big opening weekend, and modern movies now target their promotional work to get just that. As such, it's harder and harder for smaller films to snare the top slot at the Us box office, even for one weekend.
In the 1990s, particularly the first half of the 1990s, that wasn't so much the case though. In fact, many films that have long since fallen from the public conscious topped the chart. And in this piece, I've tried to capture some of them.
Inevitably, you're going to have heard of some of them, and what a UK dweller sees as a »
Suddenly, it's 1995 and we want to put this wannabe Tiger Beat poster of Liam Hemsworth on our wall. The hunky Hollywood celeb debuted an interesting new haircut yesterday while at the 2015 Kids' Choice Awards, where he accepted the award for Favorite Male Action Star for his role as Gale Hawthorne in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1, and it was just the most beautiful yet kinda awkward throwback we could have ever not asked for. In fact, his middle-part, semi-bowl cut is very reminiscent of one particular teenage heartthrob from the '90s—Hi, Jonathan Taylor Thomas! Yep, we're totally getting an old-school Jtt vibe from Liam's new 'do (maybe even a Leonardo DiCaprio »
It's almost time. WWE's WrestleMania is a huge night for wrestling fans and has even been dubbed "The Grand Daddy of them all." This year famous rapper and actor LL Cool J will be the celebrity guest at WrestleMania 31's open! But who else has graced the ring at this highly-anticipated event?! Take a look at our top 9 celeb guests over the years! 8. Snoop Dogg 7. Snooki 6. Donald Trump 5. Pee Wee Herman 4. Kim Kardashian 3. Alex Trebek 2. Jonathan Taylor Thomas 1. Joan Rivers Watch WrestleMania 31 this Sunday, March 29 at 7 p.m. Et / 4 p.m. Pt on pay-per-view or on the WWE »
The '90s brought us new boy bands, Friends, and celebrity-filled "Got Milk?" ads that we used to collage our notebooks and bulletin boards. It's been over 20 years since the iconic ad campaign first launched, but feeling nostalgic for those early "Got Milk" moments, we're looking back on some of the most memorable ads from the '90s and early 2000s. Then-teen heartthrob Jonathan Taylor Thomas smoldered in his ad, while Britney Spears struck a silly pose alongside her childhood self. Meanwhile, Kate Moss and David Beckham both stripped down to model their milk mustaches, and the Backstreet Boys bundled up in leather to drink milk in an alley. Take a trip down memory lane with these vintage "Got Milk?" ads, then check out signs you know you were a teen in the 2000s. »
The Taylors are back together again ... three of 'em, at least.On Friday's episode of "Last Man Standing," Tim Allen will reunite with two members of his "Home Improvement" family, Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Patricia Richardson. The actor's former TV wife plays Helen Potts, a divorced neighbor of Allen's character, Mike, who loves working with power tools very early in the morning. She’d leave the work to her husband, but he only thinks he’s a handy man -- a clear dig at the pair's onscreen past.So, how does Randy Taylor, aka 33-year-old Thomas, fit into the episode?The 90's hunk reportedly came to the set to help promote the "Home Improvement" mini-reunion, and producers asked if he would step in to make a cameo. Talk about a happy coincidence!This isn't the first time Thomas has been part of his TV dad's show. Last year, he played »
- tooFab Staff
The Taylors are getting back together! In tonight's episode of Last Man Standing that stars Tim Allen, Jonathan Taylor Thomas will make a "surprise" cameo - along with the previously announced Patricia Richardson - to help round out the impromptu Home Improvement reunion. Richardson plays Helen Potts, a divorced neighbor of Allen's character, Mike. So how did the former Randy Taylor, aka the 33-year-old Thomas, end up in the episode, as well? Thomas came to the set to help promote the mini-reunion and the producers asked if he would step in to make a cameo. Lucky for Home Improvement fans, »
- Lynette Rice, @lynetterice
ABC’s dream team will be reuniting for at least a 1 time sting together on Last Man Standing. Tim Allen‘s former TV wife Patricia Richardson, will be guest starring on an upcoming episode. She will play Helen Potts, who lives next door to Tim’s family and will bother them with an annoying home repairs. This role will be a clear ode to the classic TV comedy that they made a staple in most homes. ABC had to convince her for a one time role, as she hasn’t been on TV since the old show ended. It is slated to air on January 9th.
I am hoping that this will lead to much more of her. We already have seen Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Richard Karn. The show as a whole has always hinted back at the classic Home Improvement, but they never outright copied it. It turns »
- Sarah Peel
8 items from 2015
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