With a baby by just 17 years old, it’s safe to say Jamie Lynn Spears grew up much too fast. Now it seems the country singer’s daughter Maddie Briann, now 5, is following in her footsteps.
On May 21, Britney Spears’ younger sister, now 23, posted a video of little Maddie shaking her hips and pumping her chest to Iggy Azalea’s tune “Fancy,” in which the Australian… Continue reading Way Too Young! Jamie Lynn Spears Films 5-Year-Old Daughter Maddie Swiveling Her Hips To Curse-Ridden Rap Music, Shares It With Fans: Shocking Video “Totally Inappropriate,” Says Psychologist
Purveyors of all thing pop culture, Austin-based Mondo has been revamping your cult film favorites through its vinyl soundtrack and VHS reissues, nerdy tees and sought-after artworks that pay homage to cinema’s most fun and bizarre titles. Now the company has created a new line of film-centric goodies. Mondo 237 references Stanley Kubrick’s chilling horror film The Shining.
(For those new to the movie, 237… Continue reading Fans of 'The Shining' Can Now Wear the Overlook Hotel Carpet Pattern via New Merch from Mondo
Peter Dinklage took some time out of his busy schedule to bring a project he is passionate about to fans’ attention. The “Game of Thrones” star held a Reddit Ask Me Anything to promote interest in a Kickstarter his good friends Karyn Parsons and Alexandre Rockwell are holding to help release the movie “Little Feet.”
The stunt seems to have worked, as “Little Feet’s” Kickstarter… Continue reading Peter Dinklage AMA: 'Game of Thrones' fans fill Q&A with talk of 'whores and slapping (separately)'
Welcome to the YA Movie Countdown, our resident expert’s biweekly guide to young-adult book-to-film adaptations.
A little over a week ago, the very first trailer for Phillip Noyce’s adaptation of The Giver arrived. We’re talking about a Newbery Medal-winning book beloved by many and included in countless school curriculums across the country, and for good reason, too; Lois Lowry’s book is engaging, entertaining and boasts numerous… Continue reading Why 'The Giver' Needs to Give Fans More Confidence