Celebrities That Turn 30 In 2015

January 25th, 2015 5:01pm EST
Celebrities That Turn 30 In 2015
30 years seems like a long time ago… because it was. In 1985 our world was waist deep in the glories of the 80s. We had hair bands, Care Bears, Swatches, the birth of Super Mario Brothers – what more could you ask for?

Also that year Ronald Reagan was sworn in his second term as President of the United States, the Coca-Cola Company decided we needed a new Coke (which sucked) and Windows 1.0 was released.

1985 marked the big Live Aid world concerts and famous artists got together to sing “We are the World.” Top songs on the airwaves that year included: Like a Virgin- Madonna, Don't You (Fo...
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Review: Fall Out Boy ‘American Beauty/American Psycho’

January 25th, 2015 3:30pm EST
Review: Fall Out Boy Keep The Hits Coming On ‘American Beauty/Am
Every new Fall Out Boy album is “kind of a big deal” – yep. Face it – the boys who are now men have hit it big with hits like “Sugar We’re Going Down,” “This Ain’t A Scene,” and “My Songs Know What You Did In the Dark” just to name a few. And why shouldn’t their sixth studio album be highly anticipated? Led by surefire hit “Centuries” and sporting some of their fiercest artwork yet, American Beauty/American Psycho just screams, “listen to me!” Well maybe not literally, but those who partake of album ‘numero seis’ won’t be disappointed.

American Beauty/American Psycho opens with an “I...
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What Oscar Winners Have Also Won Razzies?

January 25th, 2015 3:17pm EST
Oscar Winners Who Have Also Won Razzies
For over 30 years, the Golden Raspberry Awards have been “honoring” the worst in cinema the night before the Academy Awards honor the best in cinema. The film industry is notoriously unforgiving, with a strong attitude of “What have you done for me lately?” Thus, it is not too shocking that there are several Oscar winners who have also received Razzie statues. This year, the likes of Nicolas Cage, Charlize Theron, and Susan Sarandon could join that list. Here are the award winners who have already experienced this bipolar career trajectory.

Ben Affleck – Most Oscar winners who have als...
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10 'All Time Low' Songs In Musician’s Careers

January 25th, 2015 2:00pm EST
Britney Spears
“I’ve fallen and I can’t get up!” Yep, that’s the sentiment of these songs that mark the ‘all time lows’ – the bottom of artist’s career as far as the objectionable, horrific song. No, it doesn’t mean that the album wasn’t successful (though in some instances, that’s the case), but these songs could be described as detritus (fun word) aka GARBAGE! Why couldn’t these musicians have avoided such a mess? Here are 10 head shakable moments for your listening pleasure worth scrutinizing.

1) Chris Brown, “Don’t Judge Me” (Fortune, 2012)

Let’s just keep it all the way real. There were plen...
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'Mrs. Doubtfire' Musical In The Works?

January 25th, 2015 1:00pm EST
'Mrs. Doubtfire' Musical In The Works
A "Mrs Doubtfire" musical is in the works.

Composer Alan Menken revealed to Entertainment Weekly Radio that a musical based on the classic 1993 Robin Williams movie is in the early stages of development.

Menken said: "It's in its early stages, and that's probably all I can say, we're really enjoying working on it."

Harvey Fierstein, who starred in the original film as Williams' character's make-up artist brother, will reportedly pen the script for the musical.

In 2014, a sequel to the hit family film was in the works, with the late Robin Williams the only original cast member on board. ...
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'Galavant' Star Vinnie Jones: 'I Wanted To Get Back To Comedy'

January 25th, 2015 12:10pm EST
'Galavant' Star Vinnie Jones: 'I Wanted To Get Back To Comedy'
Hollywood audiences know Vinnie Jones for being the tough guy in films like X-Men: The Last Stand and The Condemned. So it's been a pleasant surprise to see him hamming it up as royal henchman Gareth on ABC's Galavant. And the role isn't as far afield for him as you might think.

"I wanted to get back to comedy," he told us in an interview on Friday. "I love comedy, I just love it, and I wanted to get back to it. I think that's what I'm best at [and] that's what I enjoy more."

Vinnie actually became a household name on the lighter side of film, when he was cast in Guy Ritchie's Lock, Stock...
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'Saturday Night Live' Season 40, Episode 12 Recap: Blake Shelton

January 25th, 2015 11:20am EST
Saturday Night Live
The last time a male country music star hosted “SNL,” the results were a lot more interesting. The thing is, Tim McGraw has much more acting experience than Blake Shelton, and thus he was a lot more comfortable branching out home from his country persona than Shelton was in this episode. “The Voice” judge mostly stuck to variations of himself or generic roles. This was fine for ensuring a show that ran smoothly, but it also prevented his appearance from being a truly memorable one.

Inside the NFL – This take on the New England Patriots deflated ball scandal made the weird decision of ...
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Rihanna Gets Kanye & Sir Paul For Latest Single (Listen!)

January 25th, 2015 10:47am EST
Paul McCartney, Kanye West & Rihanna Shock Music Industry With '
Just three weeks after Kanye West and Paul McCartney released a track titled "Only One," the surprising music duo team has released a new tune.

The twosome have teamed up with Rihanna for the track "FourFiveSeconds."

The song is available on RihannaNow.com.

The rapper previewed a snipped of "FourFiveSeconds" at the IHeartRadio Summit music industry event in Los Angeles, where the long-winded rapper ranted onstage for a full 45-minute, stream-of-consciousness speech about his "responsibility to innovate."

West then played "FourFiveSeconds" straight off his computer, slammed his laptop sh...
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Radio And TV Pioneer Joe Franklin Dead At 88

January 25th, 2015 9:47am EST
Radio And TV Pioneer Joe Franklin Dead At 88
Radio and television pioneer Joe Franklin has died. He was 88.

"Joe went unexpectedly and passed away Saturday night," said friend and former produver Steve Garrin. "The last two weeks were the first time he ever missed a broadcast in over 60 years."

Franklin was a mainstay of late-night radio and TV in New York City. Most recently he worked at WJZ, WOR, and the Bloomberg Radio Network.

The entertainer was "the pioneer of the modern TV Talk Show Format," according to his website which says he interviewed more than 300,000 guests such as Woody Allen, Dustin Hoffman, Lou Giordano, Barbara ...
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'Transporter: The Series' Recap And Review: 'Trust' - Won't Get Framed Again

January 25th, 2015 9:15am EST
'Transporter: The Series' Recap And Review: 'Trust' - Won't Get
Frank Martin gets framed for a lot of things. Last season, he was a suspected terrorist after he got duped into carrying a bomb, and this week he's the prime person of interest in the disappearance of a former client. It just goes to show you that the life of a transporter has a certain number of recurring concerns. Yet even on the second try, Transporter: The Series can't quite get this one to work at full speed.

You see, nine months ago, Frank was in Toronto - on a motorcycle, which is a change of pace for him - taking a very long drive to help the girlfriend of a corporate CEO escape hi...
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