If you don’t know a Hadouken from a Shoryuken, then you might not appreciate this story in the same way most videogame fans do, but if you read those terms and instantly remember afternoons spent lining up quarters on a Street Fighter arcade cabinet, then you’re going to dig this documentary.
The Penny Arcade Report (the news branch of the popular – and controversial… Continue reading Celebrate the Greatness of 'Street Fighter' with this Awesome, Free Documentary
Matt Damon and Jodie Foster are bitter enemies in “Elysium,” but at the movie’s premiere last night in L.A., they proved that they just play enemies on-screen.
Foster, who looked great in a tight green number, and Damon were all smiles on the red carpet, and were joined by co-stars Diego Luna and William Fichtner.
“Elysium” follows Max (Damon), a man… Continue reading 'Elysium' Premiere: Matt Damon and Jodie Foster Celebrate Sci-Fi Epic in L.A. (PHOTOS)
Jennifer Lawrence and the cast of “Catching Fire” invaded the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday to celebrate the latest “Hunger Games” installment.
Liam Hemsworth and Sam Claflin, aka Gale and Finnick, joined Lawrence in France for a photocall and party for the sequel.
Ms. Everdeen looked sophisticated in a black strapless top and black pants, and then went glam in a white strapless dress and hot pink pumps on the red carpet… Continue reading 'Catching Fire' at Cannes: Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth Celebrate 'Hunger Games' Sequel (PHOTOS)
Even if it wasn’t a legal wedding — and they’re being coy about that point — Mama June and Sugar Bear‘s celebration in Georgia on Sunday was one to remember.
Honey Boo Boo‘s parents – June Shannon and Mike Thompson — dressed for the occasion in their fanciest camouflage.
PHOTOS: Mama June & Sugar Bear Have Wedding-Like Celebration
Their seven-year-old daughter, aka Alana Thompson, was a vision in pink.
They barbecued in the… Continue reading Honey Boo Boo’s Parents Mama June & Honey Bear ‘Celebrate Their Love,’ Exchange Vows
Robert De Niro, Martin Scorsese, and Jerry Lewis all walk into a room together. There’s no real punch line to follow that, just Lewis’s brand of slapstick yucks, which had the sold-out crowd at the closing night of the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival in hysterics.
The three legends were on-hand to screen a digitally restored version of “The King of Comedy.” The dark comedy classic — about wannabe stand-up comic Rupert… Continue reading 'The King of Comedy': Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro, Jerry Lewis Celebrate Film's 30th Anniversary at Tribeca