If there's one thing that no one talks about enough, it's that Anna Faris and Chris Pratt are not only married, but that the very funny duo actually have a pint-sized baby boy together. How funny is that kid going to be? Despite baby boy Pratt's charmed life, he's already had to endure the indignity of one thing: air travel. More specifically: international air travel with an apparently irritable Mickey Rourke.
You know how they say you should sleep with one eye open? Here's someone who should've heeded that advice.
The Bossier Sheriff's Office takes to social media to help identify a murder victim.
No one likes to do dishes. That's why the dishwasher was invented. But if you have to do it, try to do it on warp speed like this guy.
Disney’s big kick right now is revisionist versions of classic fairy tales. ‘Sleeping Beauty’ became ‘Maleficent,’ a sympathetic look at the supposedly “evil” witch. Last Christmas’ ‘Into the Woods’ followed numerous fairy tales to find the unhappy endings after their “happily ever after.” Even ‘Frozen’ reconfigured numerous classic fairy tale tropes (the handsome price was secretly [SPOILER ALERT] the bad guy, and the film’s true love story was actually between a pair of sisters). What’s most surprising about Disney’s new live-action ‘Cinderella’ is how unsurprising it looks; it seems totally unlike those films in its old-school vibe.
In theory, there's nothing wrong with rebooting the ‘Hitman’ franchise (a popular video game series that spawned only one 2007 film). The Timothy Olyphant version was nothing particularly interesting or exciting, so the chance to try again is something that we can't fault Fox for. But, when you reboot a movie and it still looks as stale and by-the-books as the new ‘Hitman: Agent 47’, then what was the point in the first place?
Taylor Swift is everything that's good in this world.
In space, no one can hear you scream. But everyone can see you smile.
You're going to love Ed Sheeran's performance with Beyonce at Stevie Wonder: Songs In the Key of Life – An All-Star Grammy Salute.
You won't be seeing Brian Williams behind the NBC News anchor desk for awhile.
It's the end of an era.
'Spider-Man' Seeks Younger Actor to Replace Andrew Garfield, Plus More Info on Marvel and Sony's Plan
It was the news we’d all be hoping and wishing and waiting for: last night, Marvel officially announced that they’ve reached an agreement with Sony for a Spider-Man crossover, which could also allow for MCU characters to crossover into Spidey’s own films. On top of that, Marvel is teaming up with Sony for a new ‘Spider-Man’ movie, to hit theaters in 2017. But who will play the web-slinger? As predicted, it won’t be Andrew Garfield. We’ve got a little more info on Marvel and Sony’s plans, which shed even more optimistic light on this very positive (and super exciting!) news.
Yesterday, Sir Patrick Stewart revealed that he would not, as was widely suspected, be returning for ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’. He did, however, tease his involvement in the next ‘Wolverine’ movie saying, “we have been talking about a Wolverine movie, which would team Hugh Jackman and myself together.” He offered no further details, so we took this rumor straight to the man himself, Wolverine, and asked Hugh Jackman for some details.
For the second year, the Shreveport-Bossier Sports Commission and Cypress Black Bayou Park are hosting the Regions Pro-Am Archery Tournament.
We spoke to Hugh Jackman earlier today for his upcoming movie ‘Chappie’ (we’ll have much more on that movie soon), and as we were making small talk, we asked Mr. Jackman whether he had heard the news yet about Marvel and Sony Pictures coming to terms on an agreement that would allow Spider-Man to crossover into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He had not. He was very surprised.
Miley Cyrus is set to release a DVD of her Bangerz Tour, and the best part is that it's coming out soon.
Origami flowers for Valentine's Day? It could happen! House shoes made out of maxi pads? Maybe not!
Bambi is a 7-month-old Chihuahua who is defying the odds.