There are some stories that deserve to be told and retold - handed down through generation after generation, from campfire tales through to the era of TV and cinema and far beyond. Whether they're related in the pages of a book or projected on a movie screen, these stories speak to the essence of what makes us human: our histories, our friendships, our fears and desires. CHiPs, based on the 70s TV show about two motorcycle cops in California, is not one of those stories.
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Michael Peña stars as a trigger-happy FBI agent from Miami who, on the trail of a group of bank robbers with a hidden connection to the Los Angeles police, goes undercover as
The 30-year-old actress is poised to make her return to TV screens this year with a 'Punk'd'-style prank show, which will see her take full control of fans' social media accounts for 24 hours.
In the programme's trailer, which leaked on Tuesday (21.03.17), the flame-haired beauty explains: "I love social media. I am social media. Everybody knows you should never leave your phone lying around ... especially near me."
And as the trailer progresses, Lindsay continues: "So, I've decided to hijack your social media for a whole 24 hours.
"If you can pull off three challenges, then you'll win some fabulous prizes. But they won't know I'm the one pulling the strings."
Then, the trailer reveals the fate of Lindsay's first victim, who is asked to pose naked for an art class, perform a stand-up comedy
The Mean Girls star is returning to the spotlight with her brand new show, The Anti-Social Network -- but she won't be acting. Instead, Lohan will be taking control of contestants' social media accounts and pranking them a la Ashton Kutcher's Punk'd, challenging them to do embarrassing acts for prizes.
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"I love social media. I mean, I am social media. Everybody knows you should never leave your phone lying around, especially near me," the 30-year-old actress teases in a new promo, released on Tuesday.
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"We'll go to someone and I hijack their social media for 24 hours," Lohan explained of her new project on a recent appearance on The View. "I dare them to do things that they think
The adorable couple stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show, airing Thursday, when the two talked about their experience at the Golden Globes earlier this month. Shepard -- who has been very open about his man crush on Brad Pitt -- revealed the awkward story of their run-in with The Night Of's Riz Ahmed, who Bell finds extremely attractive.
"I find Indian men irresistible," Bell, 36, explains to the host during her special birthday episode.
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"She has a real fetish for Indian men," 42-year-old Shepard laughs, to which his wife responds, "I do, they're so beautiful."
And like a good "wingman," Shepard approached Ahmed for Bell, which led to a hilarious encounter.
"I said to him, 'Hey, my wife has a crush on you. I'd love to
The iconic MTV cartoon and more will be returning to television as part of new channel MTV Classic's lineup, the network said in a press release on Thursday.
MTV Classic, which replaces VH1 Classic on Aug. 1, will focus on the network's series from the 1990s and early 2000s. Highlights include Beavis & Butt-Head, Daria, Laguna Beach, Cribs, The Real World, Unplugged, Punk'd and Run's House.
"MTV Classic gives audiences a modern and artful home for classic MTV programming and – alongside MTV, MTV2, MTV Live and mtvU – rounds out
We eat these delightful star-studded ensemble films up like buttered popcorn, and chances are we probably haven't seen the last of these holiday-themed love stories on the big screen. What other days-of-the-year movies can we expect in the future? Here are our pitches for 6 "holiday" flicks that we could see being produced. And we'd totally watch them, by the way.
Your move, Hollywood. We'll be waiting for your call.
1. "April Fool's Day"
Synopsis: Ashton Kutcher acts as the chorus of this fable, in the super-meta role of the host of a formerly popular celebrity pranking show called "Burned" (a la "Punk'd.") In order to revive the near-forgotten series, a live April Fool's extravaganza is planned and will epically "burn" the world's biggest and most scrutinized (supposed diva) pop star,
The actor earned his reputation as one of the biggest pranksters in Tinseltown with the launch of Punk'd, his hidden-camera prank show that set out to trick the biggest stars around.
Though the show was revived back in 2012 for a one-season run with new host Justin Bieber, it's been far too long since we could watch celebrities accidentally break things, get their property "repossessed" and – on one memorable instance – even be accused of kidnapping. Luckily, our long prank drought has finally come to an end: Punk'd returns
Several blocks from where the filmmaker lived in West Hollywood, at the intersection of Highland Ave and Santa Monica Blvd, there's a corner that is, in his words, "known for its drama and its chaos." That's where the neighborhood's transgender sex workers hung out, and for weeks, he and his cowriter Chris Bergoch had been trying to ingratiate themselves. A few people showed mild interest; most simply gave them the brush-off. Then one day, Baker noticed a tall, striking
Punk'd's MTV original run, hosted by Kutcher, pranked unsuspecting celebrities from 2003 to 2007, though Bet
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