I know it’s still August, but I can tell you that Santa Claus’ workshop is going to have some stiff competition this holiday season.
Lady Gaga will be creating her own workshop campaign for the iconic New York City department store, Barneys.
The retailer has given Gaga an entire floor to create her workshop, as well as the famous store windows to show her display. There will also be a collection of Gaga's Workshop gift items that will raise money for a charity of her choice.
It was a battle royale between two comedy giants on Sunday night’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”
Larry David started his extended trip to New York (really, just an excuse to avoid showing up to a charity event), but the change of locale took a back seat to the main event.
When Jeff mentioned that he had been dying to represent Ricky Gervais, you just knew that Larry and Ricky would meet up before long.
This time last year, Charlie Sheen was preparing for the Emmys, but after his many “colorful” episodes, things are a little different for the actor.
This year, the former “Two and a Half Men” star made an appearance at the Gathering of the Juggalos, the three-day music festival for fans of the band Insane Clown Posse held in Cave-In-Rock, Illinois.
Sheen, 45, hosted Saturday night’s show, and he got mixed reactions from attendees.
We haven’t seen the snaggle-toothed secret agent since 2002’s “Goldmember,” but Austin Powers is coming back! Mike Myers is expected to write, produce and star in a fourth “Austin Powers” movie, reports Hitflix.
Though the deal is reportedly set, the Hollywood Reporter cautions that Myers, 48, could still drop out at this point. So maybe practice your Dr. Evil impersonation, but don’t bust out the shag wig just yet.
“Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery” arrived in 1997, with "The Spy Who Shagged Me" following in 1999 and “Austin Powers in Goldmember” in 2002. The trilogy grossed $676,356,278 worldwide.
(C'mon, Mike, if you give us another "Austin Powers," we'll forget "The Love Guru" ever happened. Deal?)
Sunday’s episode of “Breaking Bad” placed three central characters on the circuitous path to becoming a hero as the show examined the very definition of the word.
And by the time the episode ended, each of those characters ended up in a much different position, whether or not they themselves even realized it.
In one of the series’ best opening sequences (and they’ve had some outstanding ones), Walt was maniacally making his way to Gus’ office to stop what he (and everyone) thought was Jesse’s imminent death. For those brief minutes, it was the Walt of yore: that selfless and unhinged man who gladly faced danger in order to save those he cared about.
Lea Michele and Chris Colfer are just as chummy off camera as they are on the Fox show "Glee," but the two actors say they'd definitely battle it out for a certain role.
"If I were to go back to Broadway and I had to play a role that wasn't an original role, I would love to do 'Evita' or 'Sweeney Todd' with Chris [Colfer]," Michele said during a recent iReport interview. "Of course, we would fight over who would play Mrs. Lovett," she admitted as Colfer chimed in that he would indeed go for the part. Obviously, Michele continues, "I would play Mrs. Lovett."
But that's in a hypothetical scenario - as of now, the two are still playing their "Glee" characters Rachel Berry and Kurt Hummel, and can currently be found on the big screen in 3-D.
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