The London Olympics this summer seem to have created a wave of British fever that’s undeniable. If you’re visiting London for the first time for the Summer Games, you might have a bit of culture shock. That’s where we come in.
Mother’s Day is the time of year to give your mommy the love and affection she deserves. Even baby animals know that. We’ve found a bunch of adorable newborn animals with their mommies to help you get in the spirit of the holiday.
New Yorkers who looked up into the sky on Friday were treated to something simply amazing. The Space Shuttle Enterprise rocketed past such iconic New York City landmarks as the Statue of Liberty and One World Trade Center before coming in for a landing at JFK airport. Luckily, photographers caught the close encounter.
Dick Clark, the iconic television producer and host of 'New Year's Rockin' Eve' and 'American Bandstand,' died from a reported heart attack on Wednesday. The news of his death came as a shock to the American public, and many celebrities and Clark fa
In one corner, we have ‘Titanic,’ which just celebrated its 3D re-release this weekend. Not only did Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet’s performance as star-crossed lovers launch their careers, but it made ‘My Heart Will Go On’ Celine Dion’s biggest hit and Winslet’s least favorite song ever.
In the other, we have ‘The Notebook,’ another love story where a young working-class man, Ryan Gosling, falls in love with a woman of rich descent, Rachel McAdams. Add in disapproving parents, another suitor as competition, and an old couple reading this story as a framing device and you get one of the most celebrated romances in movie history.
Like many, you’re probably headed to the theater this weekend to relive the romance, action and weepy Celine Dion ballads in ‘Titanic 3D.’ The return of one of the biggest motion pictures of all time is also a chance to return to a simpler time. No, not 1912. We’re talking about 1997.
Sunday night marked the return of ‘The Killing,’ AMC’s twisty mystery series that had viewers all abuzz over the question, “Who killed Rosie Larsen?” Had is the operative word here, as last season’s finale was met with a torrent of negative buzz after the creators failed to provide an answer to the mystery they had been teasing all season.
Movie titles can be a tricky thing. Sometimes they’re so on-the-nose they’re funny (‘Snakes on a Plane’) and other times they’re so ambiguous they leave us scratching our heads after we leave the theater. (We’re still not sure what an ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’ is.)
But perhaps the trickiest genre of movie titles are the ones that promise a delicious experience and fail to deliver. Yes, we’re talking about movies that sound like they should be about food, but are about different subjects entirely.
With St. Patrick’s Day coming up, everyone is suddenly discovering their Irish heritage. Ever the bandwagon jumpers, celebrities are also likely to be wearing green this Saturday. (You know Kim Kardashian will.) But there are plenty of celebs who can actually claim Irish roots.
Sure, you know that Bono and Colin Farrell like to throw back a pint and chow down on Irish stew. But there are plenty of other celebrities whose Irish backgrounds might surprise you. Take a look at a few famous faces who have the luck o’ the Irish in ‘em.
Whitney Houston‘s death left a behind a trail of iconic songs and performances that defined a generation, warmed our hearts and just made us ‘Wanna Dance With Somebody.’ As we look back at the life of this world-renown diva who set the standard of singing for all those who followed, these 10 hits almost immediately come to mind.
In one corner, we have Blackie, the Doberman star of ‘Hugo,’ who, along with his partner in crime Sacha Baron Cohen, hates losing to the bad guy. Asa Butterfield’s character literally gave the canine a run for his money.
In the other, we have Uggie, the Jack Russell terrier famous for the adorable tricks he performed in ‘The Artist‘ with Jean Dujardin and ‘Water for Elephants’ with Robert Pattinson.
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