Move over OK Go. Jimmy Fallon and LMFAO are here to take your workout trophy away.
We love him. It's true. So we loved seeing his excellent lines repeated through A Few Good Men, The American President, The West Wing, The Social Network, The Newsroom, et al.
Coca-Cola reminds us that for all the bad in the world, there's a lot more good.
Horror films all seem to follow the same plot; young people get killed one by one until the last person is left with the killer in a duel to the finish. The Pact, which opened in cinemas last week, is not so much a chased-by-a-killer film as a why-are-they-missing and who-done-it film.
Poor Emily White. She didn't mean to cause such a sh*t storm with her post, I Never Owned Any Music To Begin With. But in talking about what music 'ownership' means to a 21-year old, she did.
I've always felt somewhat embarrassed by my continuing guilty-pleasure-love of 1980s hair bands. So I can't help but feel a little bit legitimised that Rock of Ages opens in the UK tomorrow. (US, you can have it on Friday.)
Finally, the long awaited Pina Bausch season has hit the Barbican. I know people who bought tickets a year ago for this week of shows by the much missed German cultural icon.
Who would have expected to see one of England's most esteemed stage actors, Richard Griffiths, on a West End stage with the very short American TV and film star Danny DeVito? But there they are, on the Savoy Theatre stage, starring in a remake of The Sunshine Boys, by Neil Simon.
What did Dr Seuss do before he created whacked-out and totally awesome children's books? Created whacked-out and totally awesome advertisements. Logically.
"Oh, I am so much more excited about the Jubilee than I am about the Olympics," said a super fabulous banker friend the other day. So we asked him what he was going to be doing. And eating. And wearing.
Brilliant Books in Michigan says customers are owed apologies for portrayal of Harper Lee’s long-lost manuscript as a ‘nice summer novel’ rather than an academic curiosity
Pianist Irving Fields turned 100 on Tuesday, but he still plays several gigs a week regularly in New York City.
The popular dispensers, which come in a wide variety of character designs, are to be the basis for a new animated film