Like many celebrities before her, Fast & Furious star Michelle Rodriguez took in a game of basketball at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The star shared courtside seats with known twerker, Rihanna BFF and Victoria’s Secret model Cara Delevingne. However, as the game turned into a poor display of athleticism (the Knicks barely squeezed out an 89-85 victory over the Pistons), the two appeared to get increasingly intoxicated(?) and decided to create some fun of their own. The two swapped saliva, selfies and shared memories that grabbed the attention of all the sports fans around them. It’s no wonder people still go to Knicks games: The celebrities end up being the biggest draw.
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While there’s nothing terribly new about The Legend of Hercules, which opens on Friday, there’s at least the joy of seeing Kellan Lutz shirtless for nearly 90 minutes. Lutz is the latest actor to bare all in a tiny loincloth (or similar gladiator-esque attire) on the big screen. Everyone from Russell Crowe to Brad Pitt has wowed fans with their bulging pecs, washboard abs and tiny frocks. Enjoy a GIF recap of these sexy leading men:
With Homeland and Masters of Sex drawing to a close this weekend, TV is about to get a lot less sexy. Both shows boast a cast of strapping leading men that have, from week to week, made us laugh, cry and swoon. When you look at the current roster of shows airing on each network, it’s safe to say that Showtime has contracted some of the most alluring men to appear on TV. Whether it’s Homeland (Damian Lewis), Dexter (we miss you already, Michael C. Hall!), Ray Donovan (Liev Schreiber for DILF of the year) or even Nurse Jackie (mmm, Morris Chestnut), there’s a man for everyone.
As we look back on 2013, it’s easy to round up the best and worst of XYZ. But what about those things that surprised us? It’s so easy to make a snap judgement on a TV show or album before anyone has had a chance to watch or hear it. The same goes for everything on this list. From the onset, things like Pacific Rim and Sound of Music Live, sounded like awful ideas but the execution, the spectacle, even the live-tweeting somehow made it better. It turns out these things weren’t such disasters after all. In fact, they were the biggest surprises of 2013.
Have you been keeping up with this season of American Horror Story on FX? If not, then what’s wrong with you (and quickly press pause on the video above)?! Emmy-nominated actress, Sarah Paulson, stopped by Big Morning Buzz Live to talk about Carrie Keagan’s favorite show, AHS: Coven.
Let’s face it, the holidays are upon us and it means one (of many) things: mandatory Christmas-themed movie watching. Whether it’s with your family, a bunch of your girlfriends, or you alone with a glass of wine (we’ve all been there), inevitably you’re going to watch some sort of holiday film. Once you resign yourself to that fact, it’s just a matter of picking out the right movie… depending on your mood! Read more…
Terry Richardson has had a big year. Not only did he photograph President Barack Obama in his studio just months after the prez was re-elected, but he also directed Miley Cyrus in the tongue-wagging music video for “Wrecking Ball.” In between all of that, Uncle Terry did what he does best: snap controversial portraits of celebrities.
The Thanksgiving holiday means several things: family, food and films. The best part about the long weekend is the chance to veg out on the couch (or curl up in a blanket) and marathoning your favorite franchise. Several film series have already become mainstays for the holiday weekend. What is turkey day without James Bond thwarting another evil-doer or Harry Potter dueling He Who Must Not Be Named? Those series have become regular marathons while Star Wars and Star Trek have faded in and out of popularity.
In what may be the most bizarre turn of events yet for Lamar Odom, a video of the basketball player rapping about his Khloe Kardashian surfaced on Friday. In the shoddy clip, Odom is seen with a friend incoherently rapping (or speed-talking) about his wife and name-dropping Yeezy in a bizarre 3 minutes and 16 seconds that you’ll never get back.
As the country takes a moment to remember John F. Kennedy on the 50th anniversary of his assassination, we decided to look back on his last impacting in pop culture. In the five decades since his death, JFK’s story has been told countless times both on the big screen and the small one. Whether it’s a look at the younger years, like Patrick Dempsey in the TV movie, JFK: Restless Youth, or a controversial portrayal of his presidency, such as The Kennedys starring Greg Kinnear, actors have not shied away from taking JFK’s iconic look and thick Massachusetts accent.