C’mon, dudes! The manliness quotient of this weekend’s two new wide releases, “Think Like a Man Too” and “Jersey Boys,” was right there in the titles. So why did so few guys go see them?
“Think Like a Man Too” opened at No. 1 with an estimated $ 30.0 million. For most movies (especially low-budget ensemble… Continue reading Box Office: For 'Think Like a Man Too' and 'Jersey Boys,' Where Were the Guys?
Oh, April Fools Day, you are a bittersweet pill. When I was a news editor, I despised the annual flood of faux announcements and prank projects that came crashing into my professional life the last day of March and made a mess out of the usual news cycle. But as a media consumer, I get no small amount of entertainment from the ridiculous stories that pop up online during the… Continue reading The Geek Beat: Here Are Three Fake News Stories We Wish Were Real
Louis C.K. on “Saturday Night Live”? What could be better than that?
But not every “SNL” sketch is created equal, so it’s definitely worthwhile to figure out which sketches worked and which did not.
Before getting to the individual sketches, however, it may be necessary to point out that just about every moment that included host Louis C.K. was hilarious. He was even funny in the parts that didn’t really make sense… Continue reading 'Saturday Night Live' with Louis C.K.: What were the best and worst sketches?
Filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan hasn’t had the best run since captivating audiences with titles like The Sixth Sense and Unbreakable. In fact, the director has become something of a cinematic punching bag as his subsequent films have floundered and faltered at the box office.
Shyamalan understands this, and has since decided that maybe the best way to proceed after the disappointing returns on his summer… Continue reading People Were Jumping Out of Their Seats After Reading M. Night Shyamalan's Latest Movie
The “ultimate dinner party” continued on Tuesday (Feb. 25) as Andy Cohen hosted the second part of the “Shahs of Sunset” reunion.
Part 1 was crazy, but Part 2 was just straight-up emotional. Tears were shed, apologies were made, someone’s mother showed up as a surprise and friendships were repaired as Bravo capped off the explosive third season by sitting Reza