So in case you haven't figured out from the flood of Twitter comments, 'The Hunger Games' premiered last night. Tons of media personalities and celebs, like Darren Criss, Kelly Osbourne and Miranda Lambert, came out to the red carpet to get the first look at Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson and the rest of the cast's hard work. But the questi
It’s never been easier to form a hipster band in your parents’ garage and record your own cover of ‘House of the Rising Sun,’ thanks to the efforts of the newly released iPads. You don’t even really need musical talent. How great is that?
Stefon was so excited to come on ‘Saturday Night Live’ this weekend and share his tourist tips with Seth Meyers. You know why? It’s because St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, allowing Stefon to finally give his favorite Weekend Update anchor something he’s been waiting a long time to give.
When Seth Meyers began introducing Sarah Palin as his next guest on ‘Saturday Night Live‘s’ Weekend Update, we were all expecting to see Tina Fey‘s iconic impersonation voice her thoughts on the HBO movie ‘Game Change.’ But unfortunately, the ’30 Rock’ star was not available, so naturally the show selected the next best person to fill in for her — Andy Samberg.
The 2012 Oscars was Emma Stone’s first time presenting an award and she was super excited. (We’re letting you know just in case you didn’t already get that from her bit.) You know who wasn’t revved up at all, though? Her co-presenter Ben Stiller.
The 2012 Oscars is that one night a year where no one wants to be on the worst dressed list. Despite all their efforts, however, there’s always those handful of stars that think they’re workin’ it when really Tim Gunn is rolling his eyes in the background.
The 2012 Oscars are just around the corner. It’s our favorite time of year when the really hardcore movie fans throw parties and get aggravated when all their guests aren’t paying close attention. Well, start getting pumped ’cause the Oscar nominations have been released. Check ‘em out below.
Who would’ve thought that a simple Congressional bill aimed at ending online piracy with the same potential to censor the entire internet community would cause such a mass panic? But that’s exactly what’s going on, especially with Twitter users.
Why did the average American go online? For no particular reason (Ba-dum-bum).
Although this may not become the newest joke anytime soon, it’s actually a true statement. According to a new report from the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, 53 percent of 18- to 29-year-old Americans go online just for fun or to waste time. With 2,260 participating adults, it turns out that 58 percent of all adults go online for the same reason.
It seems as though teens have taken the flash mob to a new and criminal level by planning events called “flash robs,” during which they run screaming into a store, steal things in a frenzied mass and run out as quickly as they came in.
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