Will she or won’t she?
Although J.K. Rowling has said that the story of Harry Potter ends with the seventh book, she’s reserving the right to change her mind and extend the story.
The 45-year-old author told the enormous crowd gathered for the world premiere of “Deathly Hallows: Part 2” in London Thursday that she has no immediate plans to resurrect Potter's tale, but also that one should “never say never.”
[Editor's Note: If you're just joining us, Friday’s Top Five is when we boil down your favorite pop culture gems into a quintessential list of all lists. The topic will vary from week to week depending on what’s going on in the world. We may end up with “the stuff that dreams are made of” or maybe just a great coffee table book. At the very least, we'll have fun kicking off the weekend by wasting some time...I mean, helping to contribute to this interactive conversation.]
Today marks the end of an era in space exploration. NASA’s iconic shuttle program will have one final lift-off. It seems the future of space travel will now rely on taking commercial steps for mankind and probably charging extra for luggage. Nevertheless, there’s another form of space travel that’s been around and affordable for generations.
Movies have been launching armchair astronauts into space for more than 100 years. Georges Méliès, a motion picture pioneer, took audiences on their first sci-fi voyage with 1902's “A Trip to the Moon” long before the Cold War’s Space Race.
As the release date for "Friends with Benefits" approaches, Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis have been gushing about the sex scenes like it's their job.
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