Just last month astrophysicist Stephen Hawking announced that he was supporting a $100 million program to investigate extraterrestrial life. Russian v...
On June 24, 2016, Independence Day: Resurgence, the sequel to the original, will hit theaters. The aliens are back! And all nations must band together as a unified force to fight them. (And they do so using recovered alien technology.)
Usually, when you play "Whatever Happened To...?" it's with some washed-up celebrity. You track the downward career spiral of a Max Baer Jr, a Johnny Whittaker, a Kim Kardashian (not yet, but one day, one day), and get a concentrated lesson in the impermanence of fame.
At this point, it seems pretty pointless to review a new entry in The Hunger Games series.
The costumes and sets are inventive, but, again, bleak and lacking in any color. And while, granted, this is not a remake of The Sound of Music, I longed for relief from the extended suffering.
Meanwhile, we've seen challenges both stylish (go Anna Wintour! And what's with that onesie Ninja Turtle getup, Liam Hemsworth?) and resourceful (no one can go bucket-less like Robert Pattinson).
Men are not sneaking products from their wives in the shower anymore. The world market for men's grooming products is projected to exceed $33 billion by the year 2015.
On Friday, Paranoia will run wild at your local movie theater chain. In Paranoia, Harrison Ford (Air Force One) and Gary Oldman (Air Force One) star as dueling titans of technology, with Liam Hemsworth's (
Air Force One) up-and-coming whiz kid caught in the middle. Is anyone actually paranoid in Paranoia? As a service to you, we answer every question that you could possibly have about Paranoia.
Ever since actor Errol Flynn heroically swashbuckled his way into movies like Captain Blood in the 1930s, Australian actors have charmed their way into American hearts.
Miley Cyrus, you may take heat for your adventurous new video that boldly celebrates the joys of being young, female and sexy. But ignore the dissers -- "We Can't Stop" is an anthem you deserve to be proud of!
Generally speaking, offering unsolicited opinions about a family member's relationship can be tricky, which is why it was so bold of Liam Hemsworth's brothers to stage an alleged intervention about his relationship with pop star and Twitter icon Miley Cyrus.
Even at 60 years old, Neeson still manages to have cross-generational appeal, and makes a far more believable action hero than puerile pretty boys like Shia LeBeouf or Liam Hemsworth, whose acting is an amalgamation of upper lip peach fuzz and dour glowers.
There's a special place in my heart for the Masters of the Universe saga. As my childhood attention would drift from the Star Wars line of action fi...
Miley and Liam, we're all really happy for you on your engagement, but since you're both so young, why don't you have a long engagement? It will make your love last!
This is no Twilight. It's one of the toughest satires of modern culture I've seen in awhile.
Miley - you can't complain about paparazzi taking photos of you wearing no underwear when you went out commando, in a micro miniskirt. You were crying out for attention!