By Amber Goodhand – Radar News Editor
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are back together and trying to make their relationship work, but a close pal exclusively tells radio detection and rangingOnline.com the paparazzi and prying eyes of the public are making it difficult for them to move forward.
Last Friday night when Justin and Selena went to Yamato Japanese restaurant… Continue reading Tears, Tantrums & Drama! The Real Story Of What's Going On Between Justin Bieber & Selena Gomez
What’s the difference between 35mm and 70mm film? What about 2K vs. 4K resolution? Where does IMAX fit in the equation? These are the kinds of questions that, regardless of how much you love film, you might not know the answer to. Which is why we’ve put together this handy, easily digestible glossary explaining some of the more technical aspects of both film production and… Continue reading Film-Term Glossary: Understanding the Differences Between 2K, 4K, 35mm, 70mm and More
Zach Galifianakis was always one of the funniest guys on the planet — “The Hangover” just brought this fact to people’s attention. Plus, between subtler work in indies like “It’s Kind of a Funny Story,” to more outlandish projects like his brilliant Internet talk show series “Between Two Ferns,” Galifianakis is able to easily oscillate between broader comedy and more modulated projects.
With this week’s “The Campaign,” Galifianakis squares off against… Continue reading Zach Galifianakis, 'The Campaign' Star, On 'The Hangover Part III' And How 'Between Two Ferns' Works
When I was a freshman in high school, I begged my parents to buy me N.W.A’s “Straight Outta Compton.” At the time, the only other rap album I owned was “I’m the D.J., He’s the Rapper” by D.J. Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince. The continuous loop of “Parents Just Don’t Understand” that played in my bedroom was then replaced by “F-ck tha Police” (played very softly so my parents… Continue reading Ice Cube, '21 Jump Street' Star, On N.W.A. And The Fight Between George Clooney and David O. Russell
One for the Money, the new Katherine Heigl vehicle based on the popular Janet Evanovich book series, is now playing at a local theater near you. Since One for the Money was not screened early for critics, Alison Willmore (of the A.V. Club and Movieline) plunked down United States currency to see One for the Money at an overnight midnight showing. As I read her review at Movieline, it became… Continue reading An Obsessive Chat About One for the Money Between Mike Ryan and the A.V. Club's Alison Willmore