There are many ways to party, from bottle service lounges to superclubs, beach soirees to after-hours undergrounds. But the latest thing, it seems, is to break into someone's empty house and go apeshit.
Teens are being inspired, maybe, by the spring teen flick Project X, a movie about one almighty ... More >>
Playing host and home to the Academy Awards, this town vibrates with excitement (Editor's note: Or something, depending on your thoughts re 9/11 and Hawaiian shirts, Harvey Weinstein and whether or not you, too, wanted a refund after seeing The Artist, as did some folks in Liverpool) by the end of F ... More >>
Updated at the bottom with a quote from J.K. herself. First posted at 11:44 a.m.
Merry Christmas, nerds.
Looks like Harry Potter the theme park is coming to town even though we know you've been way too nice.
The place will likely be called Wizarding World of Harry Potter. And it'll be loc ... More >>
Shannon CottrellEthan Spaulding, Michael Jelenic, Dan Norton of ThunderCatsThunderCats art director Dan Norton has a sign in his office that reads, "This is the day you dreamed of when you were 12 years old."
"I was a ridiculous ThunderCats fan," he says.
"I mean, you would run home from ... More >>
New Theater ReviewsTheater Awards ReportTheater Awards Slide-Show by Timothy Norrisâ€‹Photo by Byron Turk is from Theatre Banshee's production of The Crucible, which critic Amy Lyons argues is a powerful manifestation of our culture of fear; Bill Raden was less impressed with Lauren Gunderson's new ... More >>
"L.A. proved too much for the man," sang Gladys Knight, "So he's leavin' the life he's come to know, He said he's goin' back to find [Ooh, said the Pips] what's left of his world, The world he left behind, Not so long ago." Well, "the man" was kind of a wuss, right? You don't have to take t ... More >>
Beauty really is in the eye of beholder, especially when a magazine is doing the beholding. Julia Roberts and Beth Ditto may be like night and day in the looks department, but both graced "Beautiful Issue" covers recently.
Predictably, the toothy superstar was on People magazine (she's got a ... More >>
One-hundred-sixty-five television writers jointly received a $70 million settlement Friday in their age-discrimination claim against some of Hollywood's biggest players, including ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC and more.
" ... With years of disruptive litigation remaining, and all networks and major tel ... More >>
By Phil Freeman
In a year worthy of your rage, metal delivered in spades. What with the economy circling the drain and Sarah Palin coming down from the tundra and then refusing to go back, 2008's been the kind of year that really makes you want to smash your head into walls or punch random stran ... More >>
By Liz OhanesianHave you ever wondered what would happen if the self-absorbed, hypersexual doctors on Grey's Anatomy were staffed at a children's hospital? After spending some time in the emergency room at L.A.'s Children's Hospital, former Daily Show correspondent Rob Corddry asked himself that sam ... More >>
The main thing that the major labels have going for them, and why even the most battle-scarred of them has more "value" than budding minor labels, is due to their combined back catalog. During the fat times of the 1960s, 70s and 80s, the labels weren't just selling records but buying other labels ... More >>