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Kevin Jonas of the Jonas Brothers testified at the FIFA corruption trial

Get ready for the latest twist of this FIFA corruption trial. Kevin Jonas of the Jonas Brothers was named as a witness for the prosecution and testified about the validity of a Paul McCartney concert that took place in Argentina. Jonas isn’t in any trouble or anything, he also doesn’t even know the defendants in question. Jonas was there to prove to the prosecution that he was at...
Via The Comeback
7 days ago

One of the Jonas Brothers is now involved in FIFA’s bribery case

Kevin Jonas is at the center of FIFA’s bribery case — sort of. The former teen pop star, revered for his time in the Jonas Brothers, appeared in Brooklyn Federal Court on Thursday morning after prosecutors called him to the stand. Jonas’ exact ties to the case is still somewhat in question. Ex-FIFA honcho Juan...
Via New York Post
7 days ago

Underrated or forgotten holiday movies you should watch this season

"Miracle on 34th Street." Check. "It's a Wonderful Life." Check. "Die Hard." Yippie ki-yay, check. You've watched all of the essential holiday movies, and there's still weeks of holiday-ing left. What now? Well, you can gather 'round the yule log and chat with your family. And when you're done laughing at that suggestion, you can read this list of forgotten and/or underrated Christmas...
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The 20 movies that changed the discussion on diversity in America

This week marks the 50th anniversary of "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner." The movie about an interracial couple meeting the white parents for the first time was groundbreaking; not only did it help normalize interracial marriage and dating, it premiered six months after the Supreme Court ruled in Loving v. Virginia that laws outlawing interracial dating were unconstitutional. In celebration...
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The 20 busiest actors of 2017

2017 was a busy year in TV and film, but some actors were busier than others. Many appeared in both mediums, and a few even directed, wrote, produced, and/or narrated some side projects. Since this year is winding down and 2018 is right around the corner, let’s take a look at the 20 busiest actors of 2017.
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The most disappointing albums of 2017

The entirety of 2017's pop music output can be boiled down to one simple concept: it was the year of the comeback. And what a joy it was: acts that either had been off their promotional cycles for a good while (Taylor Swift, U2, Arcade Fire) or existed in a nebulous space as to whether any new songs were going to come out (LCD Soundsystem, Kesha, Gorillaz) suddenly decided that 2017...
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40 of the most anticipated album releases of 2018

Every year is a big one in the music industry – new stars are made, old stars fade out, trends come and go, awards are handed out, Twitter battles are waged, reputations wax and wane. 2018 promises to be an exciting one, with new albums expected from big stars, stars in the making, ’90s veterans, and elder statesmen and the grand divas. Here’s a guide to some of the most anticipated...
7 days ago  |  Discuss

The 25 sequels to look forward to in 2018

There’s only a couple weeks left before 2017’s year in film will come to an end. But don’t fret, because the strong showing in 2017 might get topped by all of the numerous highly anticipated movies making their debuts in 2018. In fact, even the number of sequels alone is impressive, especially when you add prequels into the mix (which, for the record, we did). Here are 25 sequels...
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20 artists who weren't afraid to get political in 2017

It was impossible to escape politics in pop culture in 2017 – even trying to remain politically neutral turned into a political act (see the CMA Awards and the conundrum NFL owners find themselves in). Everything from foreign policy to #BlackLivesMatter, from Hurricane Maria to sexual harassment and sexual assault, from LGBTQ rights to the national anthem seeped into pop music this...
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Do the Golden Globes predict Oscar wins?

Since 1951, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) has bestowed awards upon its picks for the best in television and film. For many of those years, a Golden Globe win signaled potential Oscar gold. Since the awards show's inception, the Golden Globes accurately selected 43 of 65 possible Oscar wins for Best Picture.Since awards for Best Picture are given for both Drama and...
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Noel Gallagher would spare two Man Utd players tea duty at City

The Oasis star is not a fan of the "mob" from Old Trafford, but would be willing to welcome Marcus Rashford and David de Gea to the Etihad Stadium
Via Sporting News
6 days ago

Actors the Golden Globes seem to love, but the Oscars seem to hate

Every year, movie lovers with an eye towards winning the Oscar pool at their office pore over the Golden Globes religiously. The awards are universally viewed as a pretty good predictor of what will happen when the Oscars finally roll around – a kind of pregame for the main event.That said, this isn't entirely true. There are plenty of actors and talents that clean house at the Golden...
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PFT Live invades the Tonight Show, sort of

As an M-list celebrity (at best), I’ll never be sitting with Jimmy Fallon or Stephen Colbert or Jimmy Kimmel or whoever gets those jobs whenever the guys who currently have them either walk away or get run off. So I’ll take whatever scraps I can get. And I finally got one, somehow. The Tonight Show [more]
Via Pro Football Talk
5 days ago

Spelling bee gets dark with pronouncer James Franco in SNL sketch

Saturday Night Live had one of its funniest episodes of Season 43 this week with host James Franco. Taking advantage of his skills as both a dramatic and comedic actor, the writing staff and cast gave Franco plenty of good material to work with. One of the best sketches of the night was set at an Iowa City spelling bee, during which the pronouncer (played by Franco) revealed a bit...
Via The Comeback
4 days ago

2018 Golden Globes: Streaming Strikes Again

The 2018 Golden Globe nominations are in and the streaming services are again making their presence known with strong showings for "The Crown," "The Handmaiden's Tale," "Master of None" and "Stranger Things," plus nods for smaller shows like "I Love Dick" and "GLOW."Of course, streaming services' inclusion in the annual award show is not new. Netflix has been a presence at the Golden...
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Speculation on Brock Lesnar Joining The Rocky Film Franchise

Sylvester Stallone teased on Instagram that he would be making an announcement earlier today and many were speculating that it could involve WWE Superstar Brock Lesnar because he included a photo of him in the teaser. “Big challenges come in all shapes and forms! Very cool announcement at noon! #brocklesnar #rockybalboa1976,” Stallone wrote. Stallone’s announcement was revealed that...
Via AllWrestlingNews.com
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Singer Gwen Stafani to wrap up Super Bowl week performances

PRIOR LAKE, Minn. (AP) — Pop singer Gwen Stefani will close out a star-studded Super Bowl week in Minnesota. The three-time Grammy winner will headline at Club Nomadic at Mystic Lake Casino Hotel on Sunday, Feb. 4. Stefani is the final headliner. Other acts at Club Nomadic include The Chainsmokers on Thursday, Feb. 1; Ellie Goulding and Norwegian electronic dance music artist DJ...
Via MyNorthwest.com
4 days ago

The best and worst Star Wars knockoffs

When a franchise hits it big, you can be sure that it won't be long before imitators come out of the woodwork. Since George Lucas brought us the original "Star Wars" in 1977, scores of copycats have tried to make their own space operas but have found middling success. Here is our list of the best and (mostly) worst imitators that tried and often failed to capitalize on the mystique...
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WATCH: Kirk Herbstreit reveals pick for best team in College Football Playoff during Jimmy Kimmel interview

Kirk Herbstreit revealed his pick for the best team in the College Football Playoff during an interview with Jimmy Kimmel. On Monday, Herbstreit joined ESPN College GameDay colleagues, Lee Corso and Desmond Howard, for an appearance on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! Toward the end of the interview, Herbstreit named Oklahoma “as the team to beat going in” because of the Sooners’ offensive...
Via SEC Country
2 days ago

Made for the big screen: Our favorite epics of all time

Whoever coined the phrase, "Bigger is better", was absolutely right when it comes to film. In honor of the 20th anniversary of James Cameron's epic, 'Titanic', we share our favorite epics of all time.
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Traveling 2,000+ miles couldn’t keep me away from Lonzo Ball

A day in the life of a fan who just wants to hear about something, anything, else. Despite traveling from Boston, home of the Eastern Conference’s best team, to Montana, my home with no NBA connections worth mentioning, on Tuesday I couldn’t escape the constant media saturation and unhealthy fixation with rookie Lonzo Ball. Everywhere I went through the routine steps of traveling...
Via The Dream Shake
21 hours ago

The 50 movies, shows, albums and tours we're looking forward to in 2018 (plus a few extra)

2018 is filled with pop promise. The "Golden Age" of TV continues to set the bar even higher on every network and streaming service. We're experiencing a resurgence of thoughtful, powerful pop music and seeing some of our favorite novels adapted for the big screen. Once you mix in comics, video games and possibly getting a new Wu-Tang album (just maybe!), this could possibly be one...
8 hours ago  |  Discuss
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