4 items from 2015
Alan Thicke says the "Blurred Lines" copyright case, in which his son Robin's 2013 hit was ruled to have ripped off Marvin Gaye's 1977 classic "Got to Give It Up," is "kind of a milestone litigation – and dangerous to the musical community."
The actor shared his thoughts Wednesday in an interview with Today, adding that he didn't have much advice for his son. "I just said, 'Yes, you're giving back $3 million, but you're $3 million ahead of where you were before,'" he says in the clip. "From a purely accountant's standpoint, »
Earlier this year, we asked our readers to pick their favorite TV shows of the 1990s. Votes poured in by the hundreds, and ultimately Seinfeld topped a list that included The Simpsons, Friends, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and The X-Files.
Now we have another question for you: What is the the single best television show of the 1980s? Not all shows fit neatly into decades, so we're going to accept any program that reached its cultural peak during these years. That means Happy Days won't count, but The Facts of Life will. »
Paddington is an instant family classic, and will likely defy the expectations of those expecting another live-action CGI hybrid such as Scooby Doo, The Smurfs or Yogi Bear. Director Paul King is able to take the story of a young Peruvian bear known worldwide, and turn it into a unique and charming experience unlike anything seen before. It truly is a special little film, and it will surely continue to find an audience well after it leaves theaters. Its the type of movie that is impossible to hate on any level.
The movie follows Paddington as he travels to London in search of a home. Finding himself lost and alone at Paddington Station, he begins to realize that city life is not all he had imagined, until he meets the kindly Brown family, who read the label around his neck ('Please look after this bear. Thank you.') and offer him a temporary haven. »
Kevin Hart and Josh Gad, costars of the new comedy "The Wedding Ringer," have very famous pasts in live performance. Hart is arguably the most popular standup comedian on the planet, and Gad earned a Tony nomination for his starring performance in the original Broadway production of "Book of Mormon." We interviewed both actors about the biggest stars they ever saw attend one of their shows. Gad reflected on times when both Oprah Winfrey and Barbra Streisand sat in the front row of "Book of Mormon." "You sort of freeze when you first walk out, especially with 'Book of Mormon' in the Eugene O'Neill Theater. You can see everyone in the audience, pretty much," he told us. "With Barbra Streisand, there were two or three times where I sort of fell apart and forgot my lines." Hart, meanwhile, says his best sighting was Shavar Ross, a.k.a. Dudley from »
- Louis Virtel
4 items from 2015
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