There’s a new Robot Unicorn Attack in town, and this time, it’s angry. RUA: Heavy Metal will debut for the iPhone later this month, and instead of RUA‘s ebullient Erasure track, it’s set to “Battlefield,” by Blind Guardian. Check out the exclusive trailer below: READ FULL STORY
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The Jersey Shore has been on the air long enough for us to be familiar with the GTL routine. But I’m pretty convinced cast member Pauly D needs to update his acronym to GGTL (Gel, Gym, Tan, Laundry). How much product does he use to get his hair to stick up like that? And more importantly, why does he spend so much time and product on this look? I get it. It’s his signature. The Situation’s got his rockin’ abs. JWoww’s got her, umm, boobs. And Pauly D has hair that probably stores secrets just like Gretchen Weiners’.
Knowing DJ Pauly D’s signature style resembles a porcupine, I was pretty surprised when I saw him showing off a natural look for this GQ photo shoot. But what shocked me most was how he looks exponentially better with normal, non-gelified hair! I must admit, part of the new appeal is that little curl in the front, mostly because I think he kind of looks like he belongs in 1961’s West Side Story. Swoon. But in all seriousness (if there is such a thing when discussing Jersey Shore), why would he not sport this style more often? I’m no hair stylist, but this seems to be a big step in the right direction. Not to mention, think about how many bottles of gel he’d save! So please consider this my official PopWatch plea for Pauly D to retire his spiky hair. READ FULL STORY
Upgrade! Is there a more beautiful word in the English language? (Don’t answer that.) Because self-improvement is the road to personal nirvana, EW is proud to announce the latest version of our Must List application for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. The happy elves in EW’s Digital Workshop have made our already-amazing apps better, faster, and more capable than ever of telling you what’s new and exciting every week of the year. In addition to improving performance, we’ve also added push notifications, so you can choose to receive a message each week letting you know when a new list has been published.
The world of pop culture is big and confusing: Boston bank robbers! Sexy vampires! A shell with shoes on! Our Must List functions as a handy guide, a treasure map to all kinds of entertainment. So fire up your iPod, iPhone, or iPad and update your Must List application now! The pleasure centers of your brain will thank you.
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The World Cup is over, but the tournament’s spirit still lingers. Surely you remember hearing about Paul, the psychic octopus who lives in an aquarium in Germany. If not, a quick run-down: Paul successfully predicted how his home country would fare in each game, including Germany’s loss to Spain in the semifinal. (Yeah, the Germans weren’t so happy about that one.) Capitalizing on Paul’s newfound fame, the people over at uTouchLabs released a new iPhone app called “Ask the Octopus.” Yup, for 99 cents you can tap into Paul’s psychic powers. Well, sort of. You input two potential answers, and a cartoon octopus will choose one for you, just like Paul chose each soccer victor. (I’m starting to believe there really is an app for everything.)
Apparently this is what’s been missing all my life. This morning I couldn’t decide between heels and flats. Turns out, I just needed to ask the octopus. And today at lunch I couldn’t decide between a sandwich or quesadilla. Should have asked the octopus. What do you think, PopWatchers? Would you pay for this app? Or is it too ridiculous? And how would you use a psychic octopus in your life?
Here at Entertainment Weekly, we have only one goal: to bring happiness and magic into the lives of our readers. We’re like Ricardo Montalban in Fantasy Island — but without the white suit, the accent, and Tattoo. It was that impulse that led us to create our Must List app for the iPad, a weekly interactive rundown of the 10 things we love this week that was heralded as “one of the best apps from a magazine to date.”
And now, we’re even more proud to present our brand-new Must List app for iPhone and iPod touch. It’s the same Must List you know and love, optimized for smaller screens. Each week, we pick the 10 movies, TV shows, books, hit singles, web videos, and more that you NEED to know about, and present them along with streaming video, audio samples, and more, so you can experience them all right in the app!
For instance, this week’s Must List features the new season of Big Brother. You can watch a video introducing all the comely new houseguests, get a virtual tour of the new house from host (and EW blogger) Julie Chen, submit suggestions to the Big Brother Saboteur, and access the latest Big Brother recaps on EW.com. And just like on the iPad version, you can sort picks by category and save your favorites to your own personalized Must List.
With EW’s app on your iPhone, you hold the entire world of pop culture in your hand. So what are you waiting for? Download it on iTunes right now!
- Mad Men actress Abigail Spencer, a.k.a. Don Draper‘s mistress, is the latest to join the cast of Jon Favreau’s sci-fi flick Cowboys and Aliens as a prostitute who romanced Daniel Craig‘s character. Okay, Spencer is one Alexander Skarsgard love scene away from making PopWatch HQ officially hate her. (Translation: Want to be her.) [THR]
- Poor unfortunate souls for those who don’t have Apple’s latest gadget: Disney has announced it is releasing a movies app for the iPad. [THR]
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- Harry Potter fan sets Guinness World Record
- Tracy Morgan responds to Walmart filing
- King Kong animated series coming to Netflix
- Yvette Nicole Brown exits 'Community'
- 'Chicago Fire' react: 'Wow Me'
- 'NCIS: New Orleans' react: 'Carrier'
- David Fincher to direct HBO series 'Utopia'
- Dominic Cooper joins 'Agent Carter' cast