What did Chris D’Elia watch on TV when he was a kid? Is Walter White still alive? And did movie critics fall in love with Maleficent?
Sixty years after Godzilla was first introduced to the world, the monster is back on the big screen. And this time, the original kaiju is bigger than ever. In the 2014 edition, size matters but so does heart. Thanks to an award-winning cast—Bryan Crantson, Ken Watanabe, and Elizabeth Olsen—the monster film is grounded in a world of reality and emotion that transforms the monster into something more than a creature of destruction. Ahead of the premiere, VH1 breaks down 10 essentials you need to know before going to see it.
Is Snooki pregnant again? Will Bryan Cranston‘s new book be about Breaking Bad? Did the cast of Captain America: The Winter Soldier spill secrets on the red carpet?
Be honest, wasn’t there a point during last night’s Grammys when you thought the Daft Punk robots just might be so moved by their winning streak that they’d pull off the helmets and actually TALK to us? Well, OK, we’re happy they left the thank-yous up to Pharrell and his hat — because there is something extra alluring about the oxymoronic nature of a famous person in a mask. And also something even more rewarding about seeing them UNmasked. You can enjoy both in our gallery here.
Last night’s Screen Actors Guild Awards had many memorable moments, and some of our favorite celebs decided to share the fun with their spouses and significant others.
Who’s just come forth as a huge Breaking Bad fan? Arrested Development devotees get even more hope that the Bluths will return, and Elijah Wood gets deep into the mind of a serial killer.
The 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards are right around the corner, and the Lead Actor in a Drama category is a battle between evil, and, well, evil. There are six contenders overall, but the top three, as far as VH1 is concerned, have made a name for themselves based on their ruthless personalities and immoral behavior. From the safety of our living rooms it’s all entertainment, but who would you really want to avoid running into in a dark alley?
It’s taken some time to recover from last night’s Breaking Bad, an hour of television deserving of all the hyperbole and extra exclamation points you may have seen flooding your Twitter feed. With two more episodes to go, the decision to pick up where the desert shoot-out left off, and take out at least one beloved character, will be debated for month’s on end. But why wait? Let’s do what we’re going to do…