Category: Entertainment

‘Twilight’ at 10! Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart & Cast on the Movie That Changed Their Lives (Exclusive)

Happy 10th anniversary, Twihards! It’s been 10 years since the beloved vampire romance hit screens on Nov. 21, 2008, quickly becoming a surprise mega-hit and grossing over $393 million worldwide. The relatively low budget film also catapulted its stars — particularly Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart — into A-list status, where they’ve stayed ever since. […]

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Devin Lima, LFO Singer, Dead at 41

Devin Lima, a singer for LFO, died on Wednesday. He was 41. The vocalist died after a yearlong battle with cancer, according to multiple reports. LFO (also known as Lyte Funkie Ones) was formed in 1995 and originally made up of Brian Gillis, Brad Fischetti and Rich Cronin, who died in 2010 after suffering a stroke related to leukemia. […]

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Why Demi Lovato Unfollowed Selena Gomez and Other Friends on Social Media

Demi Lovato is focusing on good vibes only. After leaving rehab earlier this month, the 26-year-old singer has been making positive changes to her lifestyle, including her activity on social media. Fans recently noticed that the “Sober” singer has started unfollowing a few of her former celebrity pals, including Selena Gomez, Nick Jonas and Iggy Azalea. The […]

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Brian Windhorst Refused To Report The Kind Of Soup J.R. Smith Threw Was Chicken Tortilla As A Protest

Getty Image The NBA news cycle is never-ending, and even when you think something is so ridiculous that it will dominate headlines for weeks, something else happens that pushes it to the periphery. One such incident last year involved J.R. Smith throwing a bowl of soup at assistant coach Damon Jones. Smith chucking soup at […]

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Shibataism And Fighting Spirit At The NJPW LA Dojo

NJPW The opening of New Japan Pro Wrestling‘s LA Dojo in Carson, California, earlier this year was a significant moment in the company’s expansion outside of Japan. Since their initial five-day training camp and grand opening event this spring, the dojo, led by head coach Katsuyori Shibata, has held more camps, hosted and set up […]

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Phosphorescent’s Cover Of Radiohead’s ‘House Of Cards’ Brings The Song Down To Earth

[embedded content] Share This Video Just last month, Phosphorescent released C’est La Vie, the first new album from Matthew Houck since 2013’s Muchacho. It’s a record with an organic and natural sound, which seems very much to come from this planet. That stands in contrast to, say, something by Radiohead, which is often otherworldly in […]

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Listen To Christine And The Queens’ Soulful, Sexy Cover Of Rihanna’s ‘Kiss It Better’

Getty Image Christine And The Queens (real name Héloïse Letissier) visited BBC’s Radio 1 on Wednesday morning, blessing our Thanksgiving Eve with a Live Lounge cover of Rihanna‘s “Kiss It Better.” The French singer spoke with host Clara Amfo about the empowerment Rihanna’s music represents to her: “When I put just one Rihanna song on, […]

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Notes On Attending The Premiere Of True Crime Podcast Turned Scripted TV Series, ‘Dirty John’

NBC Universal One of the quirks of being a full-time pop culture writer is getting invited to media events and having no idea what to expect. Usually you go, see a new movie or show, and then leave. Sometimes there’s a Q & A with the principals, free popcorn, maybe even a cheese plate. Occasionally […]

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Dick Van Dyke Had To Pay Disney To Allow Him To Play Two Characters In ‘Mary Poppins’

DISNEY Mary Poppins will return in, uh, Mary Poppins Returns. Except this time, 54 years later (it’s the longest gap between live-action sequels in cinema history), the magical nanny is played by Emily Blunt. In fact, only one character from the first film appears in the sequel: Dick Van Dyke, who revealed that he’s playing […]

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Post Malone, Foo Fighters, And More Are Headlining The 2019 Reading And Leeds Festivals

Getty Image As a blanket of snow begins to cover the landscape in certain parts of the world, next summer seems so far away, but really, the 2019 festival season is only a few months away. Fests are starting to announce their lineups, and now the Reading and Leeds festivals have shared some of the […]

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A Native American Chef Grapples With Thanksgiving And Tries To Create An Authentic Tasting Menu

Ralph Ordaz This is being republished from 2017 because… it’s too good not to. I. The pilgrims’ voyage on the Mayflower was a disaster. The self-proclaimed religious refugees hired a bad crew and had little-to-no luck on their way to Virginia. High winds and choppy seas, low supplies, months-long delays, and damage to the boat’s […]

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Kurt Cobain Says White People Shouldn’t Rap In A Newly Unearthed Interview

Getty Image About a month ago, a newly unearthed interview with Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain and Krist Novoselic was shared, and it offered fascinating insight to what was going through their heads in 1989, when they had yet to release their debut album, Bleach. Now some more previously unheard audio, this time from a 1991 conversation […]

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How Tekashi 69 Let His Antics And Arrest Overshadow The Deserved Hype For His Album, ‘Dummy Boy’

Getty Image In all the drama surrounding Tekashi 69’s arrest and impending incarceration, there’s one detail that appears to getting overlooked. It’s actually kind of fitting, to be honest. All of the Brooklyn rapper’s antics over the past several years have been, to greater or lesser effect, in service of his burgeoning musical career. The […]

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‘Dancing With the Stars’ Couple Alexis Ren and Alan Bersten Continue to Bond After Season Ends

While their Dancing With the Stars journey might be over, the relationship between Alexis Ren and Alan Bersten continues to grow. The 21-year-old Instagram star and the 24-year-old DWTS pro hit the town on Tuesday, enjoying a few holiday-themed ice cream shakes at Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer in Manhattan. The pair — whose burgeoning showmance […]

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