The ancient skill of creating and performing spoken rhyme is thriving today because of the inexorable rise in the popularity of rapping.
Warning: if you haven't seen the Mad Men finale yet — and why not? — this post is full of spoilers. Matthew Weiner is disappointed in you, people.
A Southern belle is about to become Tinker Bell. Oscar winner Reese Witherspoon is set to both produce and star in Tink, a live-action Disney film about everyone's favorite fairy, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
The actress Melissa McCarthy gave a perfect lesson in how to call out sexist criticism this week. Appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, she discussed an infamous review of her 2014 film Tammy in which a critic seemed to tie her acting ability to her physical appearance See also: Sorry, haters: 'Mad Max' is an 'incredible feminist movie' "He'd said basically I'm only a good actress when I look attractive and that my husband [Tammy director Ben Falcone] shouldn't be allowed to direct me because he let me be, to look hideous in this movie," McCarthy said.
Hailee Steinfeld is making a big leap from the a cappella world. The 18-year-old actress and star of Pitch Perfect 2 has landed a record deal with Republic Records.
Taylor Swift, her army of female friends and Kendrick Lamar have shattered Vevo's record for most views in a 24-hour timespan with their cinematic "Bad Blood" music video.
Um, what? At age 37, it seems Maggie Gyllenhaal is too old to be in love by Hollywood's standards. During an interview with TheWrap Magazine, Gyllenhaal — an Oscar-nominated actress and star of the buzzed about miniseries “The Honourable Woman — discussed her disappointments with Hollywood See also: 16 honest quotes about body image from famous women “I’m 37, and I was told recently I was too old to play the lover of a man who was 55.
Do you feel the Need for Speed? Electronic Arts is certainly hoping so, as the publisher announced plans for a series "reboot" (what does that mean for a racing game?
Finnish monsters, platform boots and oceans of sequins, spandex and silly songs — it's hard not to love the Eurovision Song Contest.
A small crowd witnessed musical history last night when The Rolling Stones performed their 1971 classic Sticky Fingers live in its entirety.
Twitch's domination of the video game live-streaming space now faces a new challenger as YouTube enters the arena.
Bid farewell to the sweet, chubby-cheeked Neville Longbottom of your youth Image: Warner Brothers Matthew Lewis, who played the young wizard in each Harry Potter film, revealed a newly ripped physique on the cover of Attitude Magazine.
Superman may be an invincible alien force for good in all the movies and comics, but in the rough-and-tumble world of Grand Theft Auto V he's a clumsy oaf who can punch cars further than the average person throws a football.
Kids say the darndest things — and so does David Letterman In honor of his final show on Wednesday night, Letterman's team put together a hilarious montage of the host interacting with precocious children throughout his 22-year tenure on the Late Show See also: See David Letterman's star-studded fin
Conan O' Brien already gave David Letterman a heartfelt goodbye, but he continued to show his appreciation with a small, thoughtful gesture During Wednesday's show, Conan was mid-interview with comedian Patton Oswalt, when he urged TBS viewers to change the channel to CBS for Letterman's final Late Show See also: Watch David Letterman's last 'Late Show' monologue "Record us, but switch to Dave," Conan said, as flashing graphics appeared in all-caps, stating, "TURN TO DAVE." Then things got weird.
Organisers of the Eurovision Song Contest have installed special 'anti-booing' technology at this year's event, to muffle any potential dissent during Russia's performance.
If you haven’t kept in step with The Darkness since 2003 single "I Believe in a Thing Called Love" (who could forget that jumpsuit or that falsetto?
LONDON — Jeremy Clarkson has admitted that his sacking from BBC's Top Gear was his "own silly fault." The presenter, who was dismissed from the show following an investigation into a "fracas" with a producer, added that his departure had "left a huge hole" in his life.
It's hard to believe that just a few short years ago, networks were throwing as much reality television as they could come up with at viewers.
For some time, Disney animation has come under fire as being the complete opposite of diverse with their animated characters.