8 items from 2017
In the immortal words of Axl Rose, it’s time to get in the ring. »
- Kenny Herzog
White people trust Jordan Klepper, the lanky, blonde and affably midwestern Daily Show correspondent best known for going into the field to ostensibly prove that police don't have racial biases or to quiz supporters at Trump rallies about the relative feminism of "Trump That Bitch." Klepper worked just one year under Jon Stewart, but when Trevor Noah arrived in 2015, Klepper understood his voice in the show. Like many correspondents before him, including Steves Carell and Colbert, Klepper excels at playing a self-assured blowhard, cluelessly flaunting his white privilege, or cleverly, »
The Wrap is reporting that Terry Gilliam, famed director and one of the founding members of Monty Python, has wrapped production on his movie The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, the movie he has been trying to film since the early 2000's. Initially starring Johnny Depp, who had starred in Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas for Gilliam, the movie saw a number of setbacks which saw production halted. A documentary on the initial filming was created called Lost In La Mancha detailed the reasons why the movie failed. The new movie stars Adam Driver and Jonathan Pryce as Don Quixote.
Terry Gilliam is a great director but I'd be the first to admit that his work is not for everyone. He's had some main stream hits with movies like Time Bandits and 12 Monkeys but most of his work, while visually amazing, don't have the appeal that will connect with a mass audience. »
- Tim Jousma
When Jimmy Kimmel Live! launched in 2003, George W. Bush was still in his first term as president. Now on the verge of 50, Kimmel has inherited the mantle of late-night master from his hero, David Letterman; has become one of President Trump's most relentless comedic critics, albeit with a grin; and on February 26th, he'll face his largest audience to date when he hosts the Oscars. "Who the hell knows what's going to be going on that weekend?" he says in regards to his awards-show preparation. "I could be something that »
Beyoncé was announced as a headlining act at this year’s Coachella music festival last month, ensuring that the Beyhive would make a mass pilgrimage to Indio, California for two weekends in April. But now the fans are getting a little something extra during her twin sets—Twins!
On Wednesday afternoon, Queen Bey announced that she and husband Jay Z were expecting two additions to the Carter family. The Beyloveds are used to surprise announcements from Beyoncé (her 2013 surprise album, 2016’s Lemonade, etc), but apparently even Coachella organizers were caught off guard by the big news.
According to TMZ, sources »
- Jordan Runtagh
Beyonce's pregnancy announcement was news to some of the top dogs at Aeg Live ... the company that is producing Coachella. Sources connected with Aeg Live tell us ... at least some of the top execs had no idea Bey was expecting, and it now makes her headlining gig at the festival problematic. It seems Beyonce is somewhere in the vicinity of 4, maybe 5 months pregnant. Coachella is slated for April, so she'll be well along and obviously very big, »
- TMZ Staff
Models and rockstars are a tale as old as time. From Jerry Hall and Mick Jagger to Stephanie Seymour and Axl Rose, the pairing of these two particular types of superstars seems as inevitable as eating peanut butter with jelly or putting cheese on your mac. So, of course, today’s second generation of supers are no exception either, and though Gigi Hadid has dated her fare share of crooners in the past, her current relationship with Zayn Malik seems to be here to stay. As in people are already wondering if the pair are planning on matrimony, a rumor »
- Emily Kirkpatrick
Who needs Coachella when you've got Joechella? Joe Manganiello's 40th birthday party will bring you to your sha na na na na knees! He and wife Sofía Vergara partied like rock stars—and with rock stars. The Magic Mike actor celebrated with the Modern Family star, family and friends at a bash at the W Hollywood hotel that featured a performance from the Hollywood-based comedy rock and '80s hair metal tribute band Steel Panther. Joe, who actually turned 40 on Dec. 28, gleefully got up on stage and joined the band, belting out songs such as Guns N' Roses' "Sweet Child of Mine," even doing Axl Rose's snake dance, The Kinks' "You »
8 items from 2017
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