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Bruno Mars graced the passenger seat in the latest round of James Corden's Carpool Karaoke this week, and if you don't want to get up and dance all around your neighborhood after watching it, we would be extremely surprised. While the pair drive around, the "24K Magic" singer is decked out in a silk shirt, gold chains, and one of his signature hats to tame his adorably curly hair. In addition to singing some of his biggest hits, including "Locked Out of Heaven" and "Grenade," Bruno also talked about his love of Elvis Presley (remember when he made a cameo in Honeymoon in Vegas?). Honestly, we could watch this one over and over again. Related:Watch All of James Corden's Carpool Karaoke Sessions »
- Monica Sisavat
During a recent interview with Playboy, Matthew McConaughey revealed more than ever about his personal life, upbringing and what makes him tick.
The McConaissance wasn’t about ditching his rom-com days.
After taking some time off following a string of romantic-comedies, McConaughey re-emerged as the leading man in several critically-acclaimed projects.
“I didn’t rebrand in those 18 months; I unbranded,” said the 47-year-old. “I became some people’s good new idea. People »
- Lindsay Kimble
Well before he starred in a series of low-rent Dtv thrillers and memes, Nicolas Cage, now smugly considered an icon of unintentional comedy by so many, used to make mainstream studio comedies pretty regularly. The early ’90s in particular saw a spate of innocuous Cage yukfests (Honeymoon In Vegas, Guarding Tess, Trapped In Paradise), and Army Of One is arguably his first broad comedy since those days, considering the darkness and anguish that run through the likes of Adaptation or The Weather Man. Even this return to outright wackiness finds Cage pretty far afield from his ’90s rom-coms, as he plays real-life crackpot Gary Faulkner, a Colorado man who in the years following 9/11 set off for Pakistan intending to accomplish what the U.S. government couldn’t: capture Osama Bin Laden.
- Jesse Hassenger
As everyone is gearing up for the Super Bowl 50 halftime show, we figured we’d do a little research on some of the performers before going in. While we all know that Coldplay and Beyoncé will be on stage, it has recently been announced that Bruno Mars will be joining them. The singer announced on Instagram Friday that he’ll be appearing with his good friend Chris Martin and his band, Coldplay, during the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday. Mars joins Beyoncé as the second confirmed special guest to appear during Coldplay’s set. “Mars has landed,” he wrote on Instagram
- Nat Berman
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