You know, we're going to forgive these guys for referring to the great Sam Neill as "The Guy From 'Jurassic Park'" (have they really never seen 'Omen III: End of Days'????). Because this latest honest trailer from the folks at Screen Junkies is funny. And also because of their extended shot of shirtless 'Jurassic Park'-era Jeff Goldblum posing sexily with his blouse unbuttoned. Yeah, it's a blouse. Look at it.
It's Tuesday, so you probably need a good cry. Here, watch this video. It's children from Sandy Hook Elementary performing 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' on 'Good Morning America.' The kids recorded the song, with folk musician Ingrid Michaelson, at the home of former Talking Heads members Tina Weymouth and Christ Frantz.
What is there to say about this, that it doesn't say for itself? It's country star Brad Paisley on Jimmy Kimmel's show, doing a new "theme song" for 'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.' At one point he sits on Mama June's lap. At another he uses a whip. OH! If that disgusting sneeze from the end of last
Another day, another Taylor Swift breakup. On the bright side, her split with One Direction member Harry Styles gives her some new material for her next album. We can't say when or how Swift will turn this into another hit song to terrorize us at the grocery store. We can only speculate. And speculate we shall. Here are some songs we wouldn't be surprised to hear on the radio by the end of this year.
So Friday, December 21 is maaaaaaaybe going to be the apocalypse because a really old calendar ran out of space. It's already tomorrow in Australia, and people are reporting that it's fine. Of course other people are pointing out that the ancient Mayans weren't really operating on Greenwich Mean Time, so maybe Australia should just cool their jets. Some of us are calmly stuffing as much clothing as possible into our one measly carry-on bag for our Christmas trip home. Other people are taking more drastic measures. Here's how people are getting ready for tomorrow's "apocalypse."
This new Christmas single from John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John, which is supposed to be the sequel (song-quel?) to the 'Grease' classic 'You're the One That I Want,' has created a bit of a moral dilemma. Is it wrong to think something is totally worthless, even if it's for charity? Because this is just awful.
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