The Air New Zealand team has always taken pride in the fact that Peter Jackson filmed his 'Hobbit' and 'Lord of the Rings' trilogies in their homeland, but they've taken it one step further for 'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.' While some of the trailers have refrained from showcasing the evil dragon in his full form, the airline has plastered him all over their new 'Hobbit'-themed plane.
Airports may be a frequent source of massive frustration—just ask anyone who had to travel cross-country this past week—but sometimes they provide us with moments that just melt your heart.
"Hours" is a movie that Paul Walker completed before his tragic death Saturday. In it, Walker plays a widowed dad helping his newborn daughter survive in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The film is due to hit theaters this Friday, and we have the trailer
"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" scored the all-time box-office record for Thanksgiving weekend with a whopping $110.2 million over five days. The previous champ was "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone", which took in $82 million in 2001.
Edward Cullen seems like the role of a lifetime -- hello, infamy, Robert Pattinson and a ton of cash! But it turns out, R-Pattz got the part after one of his 'Twilight Saga' co-stars turned down the role. Yep, that's right: Kellan Lutz was sought after for the brooding vampire role and rejected it!
Former reality star Heidi Montag famously had 10 plastic surgeries in one day in 2010. Now, after she has downsized her F-cup breasts to a more modest and manageable C, the blonde bombshell, 27, is going on record to say she wishes she had never gone under the knife, er, knives, in the first place.
Will Ferrell stopped by KXMB-TV in Bismarck, ND Saturday as his "Anchorman" character of Ron Burgundy to co-anchor the station's newscast with Amber Schatz, and the results were just as hilariously awkward as you'd expect
It was the most exciting Iron Bowl in history. It was arguably the wildest ending to a college game ever. And Auburn’s last-second upset of No. 1 Alabama was just one of the highlights. Here are some things we learned this week in college football.
Actor Paul Walker died today (Nov. 30) at the tender age of 40. The handsome actor, best known for his role as Brian in the 'Fast & Furious' film franchise, passed away in a fiery, single car crash in Los Angeles. His death has inspired an outpouring of love and comments from fellow celebs on Twitter.
It is with heavy hearts that we break this news: Paul Walker died.