Hilary Duff is using Tinder, and could be turning it into a reality TV show. The television star has been using the dating app for at least two dates, but cameras have been spotted accompanying her on both of them. While Hilary’s rep had no comments on any new television show, TMZ reports that she plans to shoot more footage to develop a reality show that would focus on her dating life as a divorc
By Kate Mckibben on May 07, 2015
Coachella weekend 1 2015 has come and gone. For those lucky enough to be heading out to the desert for weekend 2 in a few days, I present to you my recommendations based on my experiences during weekend 1. To keep it simple, I've picked five must-see artists per day. You'll of course notice that I have a specific taste in music that you may or may not share, but I promise you these are all artists
By Dean Schaffer on Apr 16, 2015
You know that an entertainment medium has come of age when it starts churning out sequels and spin-offs. Such is now the case with podcasts, the little Internet radio shows whose popularity was bolstered last autumn with the popular and addictive podcast Serial. Serial, itself a spin-off of the long-running weekly NPR series This American Life, just got a new spin-off podcast called Undisclosed: T
By Joe Kukura on Apr 14, 2015
Barry Sonnenfeld, the filmmaker known for both Addams Family films and all three movies in the Men in Black trilogy, will direct and produce the adaptation of James "the Amazing" Randi's Project Alpha. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Project Alpha is the story of a true-to-life deception orchestrated by Randi in 1979. The story of that hoax was first mentioned in the 2014 feature film documen
By Kate Mckibben on Apr 01, 2015
The 16 biggest names in pop music gathered onstage for a big announcement Monday, but they all forgot to announce anything. The occasion was the star-studded relaunch of a music streaming service called Tidal, a celebrity-backed venture that united Madonna, Jay Z, Beyonce, Kanye West, Daft Punk, deadmau5 and many other famed musicians onstage. Each of these artists is presumably an investor in the
By Joe Kukura on Mar 31, 2015
Some people have an awards shelf in their house. A place with statues, certificates, ribbons, plaques. Some even have an awards wall. At 24-years old, Emma Watson is on her way to an entire room of honorable achievements. Her most recent came this week when AskMen placed the actress at the top of their list of 99 Outstanding Women, a list recognizing “the beautiful, talented, glamorous and just pl
By Jordan Lints on Mar 29, 2015
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