Go, go Power Rangers — and get ready to head to the movie theater.
Lionsgate and Saban Brands announced Wednesday that they’re teaming up to make a live action Power Rangers film.
If you have A Person, once had A Person, or ever lost A Person, the following video might make you weep for your BFF.
Frankly, Meredith and Cristina are one of the best friendships on TV. (I’m happy to debate that, if you disagree. Also, you’re nuts!) And as Sandra Oh prepares to bid farewell to the series, fans of the pleasantly sardonic pair will likely enjoy this walk down memory lane — even if you’re not a happy, glowy person. READ FULL STORY
Bryan Cranston doesn’t know what a badonkadonk is.
The Breaking Bad star, who’s currently playing President Lyndon Johnson in Broadway play “All the Way,” went on The Tonight Show Monday and played a game of “Word Sneak” with Jimmy Fallon. Each one was challenged to sneak five words into conversation — including “badonkadonk,” a term that Cranston butchered before turning to the audience and mouthing, “I don’t know what that is!”
If that desk could talk, well, it would have some very scandalous — for lack of a better word — stories. But what about this other desk: READ FULL STORY
At Thursday night’s Gloria Awards, actress Gabourey Sidibe shared a well-known fact: Cookies will never hurt you.
The American Horror Story star spoke at the annual awards, which also celebrated the Ms. Foundation for Women’s 40th year, and talked about the one question she gets asked too often: “How are you so confident?”
The answer? It has to do with being a jerk, an unsupportive environment growing up, and baking cookies. Read the highlights below:
Garfield went on The Tonight Show Thursday and, after discussing his recent ventures into learning to play guitar, he launched into a performance of the theme song from the 1967 animated Spider-Man TV show. It was, in a word, amazing. (Hey, just like Spider-Man!)
Rewatching all five seasons of Breaking Bad is a time-consuming project, we know. But it’s important to never forget Walter White’s journey, Gus’ glasses, Mike’s everything, Jesse’s good heart, Todd’s sociopathy, and pretty much everything that ever happened on that show.
And that’s why we’ve got good news! You can relive just about all the feelings you ever had when watching Breaking Bad in eight minutes with this recap of the entire series from French filmmaker Alexandre Gasulla. It will give you chills, and it might make you cry, but I promise that you will feel completely revived when you’re done. I can also promise that it will make you want to re-watch Breaking Bad in its entirety. Apparently some things just never go away.
Watch the tribute below: READ FULL STORY
I wrote about Road House’s upcoming 25th anniversary in the new issue of Entertainment Weekly for one simple reason — Road House is awesome. Possibly the finest piece of cinematic work put forth in the entire twentieth century. And I’m not just saying that because I share the same name as Patrick Swayze’s shirtless and mulleted bar bouncer.
There are many extraordinary things about this movie — the extraordinary amount of times Swayze gets shirtless for no apparent reason. The extraordinarily confusing pieces of Yoda-like philosophy that Swayze dispenses that sound cool but really don’t make a lick of sense. And, above all, the extraordinary amount of violence on display. And not, like, building exploding type violence — although, yes, two buildings do explode in Road House — but rather old-school fist-on-face violence. Or kick-in-chest violence. Or pretty much any combination of body part violence you can think of. READ FULL STORY
Who’s the one that you want?
Fox announced Monday that NBC isn’t the only studio that can bring musicals to the small screen: They’ll air a live, three-hour version of Grease sometime next year. If three makes a trend, I couldn’t be happier that musicals-on-TV are officially, finally back.
Now, there are a lot of considerations for a Grease adaptation. First of all: Will Fox stick solely with the Broadway version of the show (à la NBC’s decision for Sound of Music), which differentiates a fair amount from the John Travolta/Olivia Newton-John iconic movie? The stage show spends much more time with supporting characters as opposed to Danny and Sandy. People freaked out when Carrie Underwood sang “A Lonely Goatherd” in the first act of Sound of Music (a difference from the movie) — perhaps Fox will want to keep fans happy and keep things similar to the film. READ FULL STORY
Kevin Spacey tried out the Lungi dance Saturday night, and now — thank you, internet! — there’s video to prove it.
The House of Cards actor attended the International Indian Film Academy Awards April 26 in Tampa, Fla. There, he got on stage to present actress Deepika Padukone with the award for Entertainer of the Year — and to get his dance on.