Opening in theaters and IMAX this weekend is Christopher Nolan’s highly anticipated sci-fi epic, Interstellar, starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, and Jessica Chastain. The film, which has been shrouded in secrecy up until now, tells the story of a team of astronauts tasked with finding a suitable home for humans as life on Earth quickly deteriorates. The ambitious project is Nolan’s own interpretation of 2001: Space Odyssey that both soars and fails in comparison to the Stanley Kubrick classic.
Jake Gyllenhaal is finally back to ruling the box office in his TV news thriller Nightcrawler. As a committed journalist, Gyllenhaal stalks the streets of Los Angeles for car crashes while looking bug eyed and more gaunt than ever.
Panelists from The Real were unwelcome targets of a rant from Chris Brown. The R&B star was a topic on the talk show and he used social media to trash hosts Tamar Braxton and Adrienne Bailon. The Gossip Table has more details.
Kris Jenner’s split from Bruce, her husband of more than 20 years, was hard on the Kardashian matriarch, not to mention the family’s fans. But Jenner has gotten herself a new man and The Gossip Table has all the details. You can even find out what Jenner’s favorite daughter thinks about the relationship!
Orange Is the New Black star Lea DeLaria took a New York City subway preacher to task on Tuesday morning. TMZ has footage of Big Boo repeatedly asking a religious preacher to stop loudly sharing his views with unenthused morning commuters. “Get off this train! Other people believe other things, and have every right to believe other things on this planet and in this world. We do not have to be force-fed this man’s religious beliefs,” she said. “Jesus never said for you to do this! Not anywhere in the Bible!”
There’s no denying that Matthew McConughey has had an incredible year. He’s winning Academy Awards, motivating college football players, and starring in dramatic car commercials. Who wouldn’t want a piece of the laid-back golden boy if given the opportunity? And so on today’s episode of Live with Kelly and Michael, a handful of female fans in attendance went for it. Like, kiss, hug, grope, and pose for selfies went for it. Read more…
Election Day is the perfect time to reflect on our nation’s history. And depending on how your candidates do in their races, it’s also when you’ll be celebrating with or drowning your sorrows in alcohol. Luckily, there’s a way to brush up on the U.S.’s past and get your buzz on: Comedy Central’s Drunk History!
Eddie Redmayne and Benedict Cumberbatch are both very good actors, who also happen to be dapper Englishmen who know how to wear a suit. In his new movie The Theory of Everything Redmayne transforms himself into renowned cosmologist Stephen Hawking, a role his friend Cumberbatch portrayed in the 2004 BBC film Hawking.