We all get by with a little help from our friends, but surprise cameos during the musical guest performances on Saturday Night Live don't happen all too frequently. The Imagine Dragons/Kendrick Lamar reprise was a welcome one when they played SNL last month, and that had more to do with Kendrick sav ... More >>
There's little sense in trying to resist the film's tumultuous visual banquet
Where has the singer-songwriter been?
Better than:Cinderella "It feels amazing to be here tonight," the Antlers' Peter Silberman announced to a packed Terminal 5 on Friday night. "This is such a well-put-together event." It felt pretty amazing for me, too, since up until an hour previously I didn't think I was going to get on the press ... More >>
This makes us look so bad. Men's Health just released its ranking of America's vainest cities: Tampa, Fla. tops the list and New York comes in 17th. You can read the whole thing here, but what we really wanted to know: why aren't we at the top of the list? We decided to ask Men's Health Execu ... More >>
All hail Cindy Jackson, a 55-year-old woman who's spent more than $100,000 on 52 rounds of plastic surgeries and "artificial enhancements," and actually doesn't look like a scary mush-faced cat lady...yet. The New York Post breathlessly chronicles her journey, correction, "transformation" of ... More >>
Let's get this party started! We have chocolate marshmallow cookies, and wine, and cheese and crackers, and maybe we'll get pizza. And, most importantly, we have CELEBRITIES CONGRATULATING THEMSELVES FOR BEING CELEBRITIES. And Billy Crystal. Whee! Herewith, Runnin' Scared's official live blog ... More >>
It was announced the other day that James Franco will join Nicole Kidman this fall in a Broadway revival of Tennessee Williams' Sweet Bird of Youth, about a gigolo's attempt to relaunch his dreams via an aging movie star.
And not just with lesbians! As proof of this, some blowdryer company just sent me info on their product, along with a warning -- I mean a notice -- that it can be easily used to create "the Bieber." You know, the windswept, comb-forward, comb-sideways, comb-every-which-way-but-loose rag dol ... More >>
There's got to be more to this piece of work
For the two or three of you out there who still watch commercials, you're about to start seeing a rather amateurish statewide ad that asks -- nay, demands! -- Wall Street and big businesses (who all smoke cigars, wear multiple gold rings, and take their Pellegrino with lemon, thank you very m ... More >>
Michelle Obama swears by Isabel Toledo's gowns, and now crowds do, too.
For those who did not get enough Forrest Gump . . .
Despite the labels and levity, the big-screen SATC is a poor-man's knockoff
Talking with the Baby Mama star
Nicolas Cage sells his soul for another Hollywood hit
Cutting remarks from the queen of the silicone scene
Much ado about NOTHING: Ellmann tips her caps
John Roberts has an understated personality, but his record will be all torpedo.
Have son, will travel: Murray's sad-sack Don Juan stoically confronts the autumnal dead end
A new series about a drug-dealing suburban homemaker kicks against conservative pricks and Christian bitches
Ultimately, it doesn't matter if you're seeing Larry King or Owen Wilson or Joan Collins
Chelsea theaters hold a plethora of dancing, dramatic images, and complex metaphors
Bilingual, time-jumping, and polycultural, John Jesurun scrambles Goethe's mythic egghead
Commemorating P.S. 122's 25-year history of stretching the bounds of contemporary performance