The final episode of Serial came out this week, thus bringing our three-month-long obsession with the podcast to an end. We've carefully examined all the details of Adnan Syed's case, laughed at the spoofs, and gotten excited about the new theme-song mashup. If you've already listened to the finale - which didn't really have a ton of new information except for some tidbits about Hae's new boyfriend and The Innocence Project's intent to test DNA from the crime scene - we have some questions for you. Take a look below to weigh in on Serial, and if you're beginning to have withdrawals, look into starting one of these other podcasts.
Lots of bestselling books were turned into movies this year, some with more success than others. While certain adaptations were strikingly loyal (Gone Girl), some films strayed a little from their source material but were still great (Mockingjay). Of all the books that were turned to movies in 2014, which one was the best?
And get a peek at what books will be movies in 2015!
Harry Styles was rubbing shoulders with all the right people last night, as he celebrated his appearance on Saturday Night Live. The One Direction star has been in New York for almost a week night, but yesterday was his first Big Apple party and boy was it a celeb studded event. Many famous faces headed […]
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Award season contenders, they ain't. Lots of movies fall flat every year, with some failing to make enough money to justify their production and others getting horrible reviews (which can often cause the crappy box office). We rounded up the movies that failed to even break 20 percent on the Tomatometer, Rotten Tomatoes' review aggregator, in 2014. Not all of these did so badly with audiences, though, and you never know - some of these movies could be appreciated in the future. How many of these did you see?
Are you ready to miss seeing Mike Myers? The former Saturday Night Live star returned to the show in full Dr. Evil mode to address the Sony hacking scandal. Interrupting a "A Very Somber Christmas with Sam Smith" special, Dr. Evil proceeded to talk directly to North Korea's leaders. Not only did he pick apart their attack, he took some digs at Myers' own missteps (most notably The Love Guru). It's a spot-on monologue, and his "One meeellion dollars" comment makes us want to go back and watch all the Austin Powers movies. Take a look, and check out SNL's Serial spoof from this week's episode, too.
We thought Serial spoofs couldn't get better than that Funny or Die spoof, but Saturday Night Live has raised the stakes with an on-point holiday-themed parody. Cecily Strong does a pitch-perfect impression of Sarah Koenig as she examines a man - Kris Kringle - who claims he delivers presents to kids all over the world. Sarah wants to believe him, you guys, but she just can't reconcile how he does it. There is so much good in this sketch, including the prison calls from Santa, the UPS guy's disbelief, the appearance of the supershady friend Jingle, and Aidy Bryant's voice as Kris's lawyer. It's the satisfying holiday treat after that less-than-satisfying finale.
5 Seconds Of Summer star Michael Clifford apparently has a bit of a crush on Taylor Swift and he’s not being at all discreet about it. The Australian star was at Tay’s birthday party last week and was spotted looking rather flirtatious with the blonde beauty when she hosted a bash in the US and […]
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Amy Adams was recently nominated for a Golden Globe for her role in Big Eyes, Tim Burton's biopic about painter Margaret Keane, whose husband, Walter (Christoph Waltz), takes credit for her work in the '50s and '60s. Besides her nomination, there's even more of an endorsement of her casting in this exclusive video about Adams. In it, her costars and director sing her praises, while even Margaret herself talks about meeting Adams and approving her. Watch and get excited to see the movie on Christmas Day.
Last night, Caroline Flack triumphantly took the Glitterball trophy as she and her professional partner Pasha Kovalev won the 2014 series of Strictly Come Dancing. Caroline has been a brilliant dancer throughout the whole competition, so her victory was well deserved. However, earlier this week, rumours started to do the rounds that Caroline was a […]
On Friday evening, Craig Ferguson finally bid farewell to the Late Late Show. We of course know that James Corden has been drafted in as his successor, and will take over the show as of March 2015. Until then, a number of guest hosts will step in. As he bid farewell to the show, he […]
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