Although endless hilarity ensues during the new comedy The Heat, starring Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy, the real laughs — and some nearly lethal incidents — took place off screen during the making of Paul Feig’s film. We know McCarthy’s a jokester all right, but who knew she had hands of a surgeon too? Well, she had no clue until she was forced to save her partner in crime’s life. Mhm!Read More
Riding on the success of Bridesmaids, director Paul Feig decided to keep his focus on showcasing the often underappreciated comic sensibilities of women, rounding up the hit comedy’s breakout star Melissa McCarthy and big screen vet Sandra Bullock for his upcoming buddy cop flick The Heat. If a troop of hilarious women can reel in mad dollars as an incompetent wedding party, why not as a pair of off-kilter police officers?Read More
Bloodsuckers, we’re back in Bon Temps for the next episode of True Blood! I know you craved a tall glass of Tru Blood after last week’s whacko-filled premiere episode, but I’m sure that last night’s episode “The Sun” definitely clenched your thirst!
Now that you’re no longer parched, let’s maneuvour our way through all those sanguinary details.Read More
Ladies and gentlemen, werewolves and fairies, vampires and shifters: Welcome to the Season 6 Premiere of True Blood. The waiting sucked, but it’s finally over… And can you believe we’ve already been glamoured for six seasons?! Woah.Although it’s felt like a Vampire-lifetime since we last were sucked into the blood-ridden town of Bon Temp, the first episode of the season, directed by vampire Bill himself (Stephen Moyer), doesn’t skip a heartbeat, and starts up in the gory mess we last found ourselves in: some whacky sh*t going down at The Authority’s headquarters. Now let’s discuss all those bloody little details.Read More
Elizabeth Banks and Paul Giamatti will be “Surfin’ USA” alongside John Cusack and Paul Dano in the Brian Wilson biopic Love & Mercy. The Hunger Games actress and Amazing Spider-Man 2 stars are set to star in Love & Mercy, which will document Wilson, played by Cusack and Dano, as he grapples with mental illness throughout the decades of his acclaimed music career as the rockin’ Beach Boys front-man.Read More
Theory of a Deadman’s Tyler Connolly and Dean Back were just two Vancouver teens jamming out in Tyler’s garage until their band’s demo tape fell into the lap of Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger.Read More
Before launching a successful solo career, marrying No Doubt rocker Gwen Stefani, and having his face planted on every conceivable tabloid magazine, Gavin Rossdale was the frontman of a band called Bush.
Rossdale and Nigel Pulsford (who would become Bush’s lead guitarist) first met at a London nightclub in 1992. The post-grunge band then formed and enjoyed commercial success throughout the 1990s, selling more than 10 million records in the United States alone. Bush’s 1994 debut album, Sixteen Stone is certified six times platinum.Read More
Despite being packaged as a sugary-sweet, PG-rated boy band, no one flinches when One Direction’s band members engage in explicitly lewd behavior. From smoking to dating women their mothers’ age to openly publicizing their respect for a voluminous rack, One Direction rarely receives any criticism for their outlandish, provocative behavior.Read More
Sure, I confess, I’m a self-proclaimed Facebook stalker (we all are, just admit it) but I never pictured myself acting as an actual stalker. Today, that all changed.
Since there’s so much entertainment buzz in New York City, Hollywood.com decided to get in on the action, and I was the guinea pig. I headed down to Wall Street where the filming of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was all the rage. Although I was never a Ninja Turtles fan in my youth, the prospect of sneaking onto the production’s set sounded exhilarating.Read More