Harry Styles is always the source of a good dating rumor. This week's possible paramour? Oh, just Gavin Rossdale's daughter Daisy Lowe.
Amanda Bynes has completed her stint in rehab. Her treatment will continue as an outpatient even though she has been discharged from a facility in Malibu, Calif.
A sock? Really? What could possibly be scary about a sock that's just sitting there on the floor?
Someone was nice enough to stuff an entire year's worth of car crashes, lip locks, fight scenes and just plain s**t blowing up into a 6-minute megamix featuring the movies of 2013. How many do you recognize?
Universal Pictures announced Wednesday that they are shutting down production on "Fast and Furious 7" for an indefinite amount of time while they figure out what they'll do with the footage they've already shot.
However, a two-minute video tribute was posted on the franchise's Facebook page, featuring scenes of Walker in his role as Brian going back to the original 2001 "The Fast and The Furious" to his most recent turn in "Fast & Furious 6."
Over the thanksgiving holiday the lovely Lady Stifler and I flew to Detroit (where she's from). Three out of the four flights we were on, were your standard fair seat in the sky, read a book / play on your iphone/ipad/kindle etc. There was one flight however that had built in entertainment in the seat back in front of you. Here's a super quick demo I shot at the last minute.
Though the film may have blinked when 'Star Wars: Episode 7' took its release date, Duncan Jones' 'Warcraft' has at least one leg up over the new 'Star Wars' film: It actually has a cast. Ben Foster, Paula Patton, Dominic Cooper, Travis Fimmel, Toby Kebbel, and Rob Kazinsky have all signed on for the film.
5-year-old Savannah, from Indiana, is warming hearts all over the internet with the recording of the 911 call she helped her dad make when he began to have a heart attack.
For people who grew up reading in the '80s and '90s, the 'Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark' series will always hold a special place in their nightmares. Over three volumes, writer Alvin Schwartz collected over 100 urban legends and tales of folklore, creating a library of creepy stories that were meant to be, as the title implies, told in the dark. There is still a great deal of well-earned nostalgia surrounding these books, so it should come as no surprise that a movie adaptation is in the works.
We have collected a few of the odder inventions brought to us by Coca-Cola. And we wonder if Dr. Pemberton rolls over in his grave.