The potty-mouthed stoner teddy bear at the heart of Seth MacFarlane’s Ted movies isn’t that radical of a concept. Movies have made a habit of taking childhood imagery and contorting it for decades. After all, there’s nothing more shocking than seeing something from your youth transformed into something adult. That thing you knew when you were innocent is now not-so-innocent. That shock occasionally… Continue reading The Funny, Scary, and Weird Ways Movies Try to Corrupt Your Childhood
Katy Perry might be young in love these days, but at one point she was even younger and maybe even more in love!
An auction site has gotten ahold of a love letter that Perry wrote in 1995 to a lucky boy named Christopher Villar. Based on the letter, it seems the not-yet-famous performer met him at camp and continued to see him at evangelical rallies their families attended.
The full-page… Continue reading Katy Perry’s Childhood Love Letter To Former Crush Goes Up For Auction – READ Her 11-Year-Old Words
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Last weekend at Comic-Con, we got first wind of the following announcements: The King of the Monsters will be joined by three fan favorite creatures in Godzilla 2. If that’s not enough giant beasts, Universal is also making a King Kong prequel set on and titled Skull Island.
The main cast of Ant-Man and their characters — including Evangeline Lilly as The… Continue reading Best of the Week: Comic-Con Leftovers, Martin Scorsese's Childhood Passion Project and More
Visiting the New Orleans set of Ender’s Game was a moment many would have never thought would happen. Orson Scott Card’s 1985 novel was a landmark for many who consider its themes of youth trained to do battle with alien aggressors to be both poignant and, well, awesome. Its tortured three-decade trip to the screen was hampered by the enormous budget it would necessitate, not to… Continue reading Childhood is a Battlefield on the Set of Ender's Game
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With LeAnn Rimes currently undergoing treatment for “stress and anxiety” at an in-patient facility one of her early music mentors is speaking out – bluntly – saying that show business has impacted the singer for the worse, and that some of the issues she’s going through could be directly tied to her work-dominated childhood.
Bill Mack first worked with the singer almost 20… Continue reading LeAnn Rimes' Childhood Mentor: 'Hollywood Has Changed Her For The Worse'