In addition to saving the world, Chris Pratt unveiled yet another super power this week when he rapped the entirety of “Forgot About Dre” for DJ Whoo Kid’s Whoolywood radio show. The story goes like this: the Guardians of the Galaxy star spent a lot of time listening to Eminem when he was a down and out actor in Maui — before Everwood, The O.C., and, yes, Parks and Recreation. So much so that he still can perform the 14-year-old song on command. Read more…
For years, we’ve known that Katy Perry has had a penchant for going over the top. However, she seriously upped the ante for her “Dark Horse” video, where she rocked a flawless, diamond-studded grill. For a hot second, she literally had a million-dollar smile.
Blake Lively sees no problem in mixing business with pleasure, Selena Gomez is confronted about the Justin Bieber and Orlando Bloom fight, Audrina Patridge only keeps in touch with certain co-stars from The Hills, and more celebrity news to get you going.
It’s no secret that professional athletes are superhuman specimens with physical capabilities we can only dream of recreating. While they dazzle on the court or field, they’re aren’t always known for their charisma — or ability to convincingly read from a teleprompter. However, what they lack in people skills they make up for in strength or hand size. Read more…
Ryan Gosling can run, but he can’t hide, Britney Spears and Zoe Saldana make the ultimate female dream team, Andrew Garfield is rugged (and sexy) in a new movie still, and more of today’s news for you pop culture lovers.
Lady Gaga is currently making music with Tony Bennett and traveling the world behind ArtRave, but just last year she was forced to cut her Born This Way ball short due to a hip injury. Being sidelined didn’t mean Gaga lost any ounce of her flawlessness. Because despite what you’ve heard, celebrities are not just like us. When they get a boo boo, they recover in style. Read more…
You grew up with him as Harry Potter, and now Daniel Radcliffe is taking a stab at playing the romantic male lead in What If, minus the glasses, scar, and wizard robe.
The word “millennial” has become a buzzy term over the past year thanks to online outlets that have supplied readers born between the ‘80s and early-‘00s with an endless supply of nostalgic content that has allowed them — or rather, us — to relive the good and bad of everyone’s younger years. (It’s not just BuzzFeed or Vulture. VH1 has also built a brand on nostalgia with I Love the… and our own online content that has us revisiting our favorite films and albums of a certain age.)
When it comes to one film studio (and brand) that has been a pivotal part of the millennial experience, it’s MTV Films. Founded in 1996, the studio was an offshoot of the music TV channel and has since produced the big screen versions of a number of MTV programs, such as Beavis and Butt-head and Jackass, as well as original hits, such as Save the Last Dance and Napoleon Dynamite.
If there are 15 movies every millennial should watch once, they are the ones on these list.
By Christopher Rosa
If you don’t already know Alec Baldwin‘s wife Hilaria, her Instagram account should still catch your eye. The pint-sized yoga teacher, Extra correspondent, and mother to 11-month-old daughter Carmen puts her otherworldy flexibility on display on a regular basis, and is notorious for getting herself in quite interesting positions and locations when she’s trying to get her meditation on.
Olivia Wilde shows the world what it’s like to be a mom, Chris Pratt takes a stance on the Orlando Bloom vs. Justin Bieber feud, Kim Kardashian has a secret talent, and more of this morning’s celebrity news.