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When you reflect back on the biggest movies of 2011, taking into consideration box office success, buzz and residual impact, "Bridesmaids" is an obvious choice for the top of the list.
The film, written by Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo and directed by Paul Feig, not only established a box office record - it's the top-grossing R-rated female comedy ever with $169 million earned domestically - but it was also loved by both critics and audiences alike.
Add to that its lingering cultural impact of reinforcing the (captain obvious) concept that women can be just as raunchily comedic as men, along with the public clamoring for a sequel, and it would make sense if you expect to see it among the best picture Oscar nominees announced tomorrow.
For some of you, it's been years since you last listened to a 2 Live Crew cut, but the group behind "Me So Horny" is ready to get back on the road once again.
Luther Campbell - a.k.a. Uncle Luke - announced at the Sundance Film Festival this weekend that the rap group is getting back together this year.
While doing promotion for his appearance in the short film, "The Life and Freaky Times of Uncle Luke," Campbell let it slip that there are also plans to go on tour. Campbell, now 51, has said that he's ready to start practicing.
2 Live Crew's 1989 album, "As Nasty As They Wanna Be," is infamous for being at the center of controversy when an obscenity lawsuit highlighting the record's raunchiness went all the way to the Supreme Court.
In the 26 years since Paul Simon released “Graceland,” his album has secured its place in music history. It’s considered by many to be one of the greatest records of all time.
Oprah Winfrey would not disagree.
In the new documentary “Under African Skies,” which is premiering at Sundance, Oprah reveals “Graceland” is her favorite album ever (Stevie Wonder’s “Songs in the Key of Life” ranks second in her book).
Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin is putting the brakes on her engagement and impending nuptials.
The legendary songstress announced her engagement to her longtime friend William "Willie" Wilkerson at the start of the year, but she tells CNN in a statement Monday that the pair have decided they're "moving a little too fast."
Franklin, 69, continues, "There were a number of things that had not been thought through thoroughly."
The Denver Broncos' season is over, and you were probably looking forward to reading a little news that didn’t include Tim Tebow in it. Sorry to disappoint, but to be fair... you’re the one who keeps clicking on the headlines.
The NFL quarterback earned an ear-piercing ovation this weekend when he joined country singer Brad Paisley on stage to sing “I’m Still a Guy.”
“We’ve seen you throw an 80-yard touchdown pass, but can you sing?” Paisley asked Tebow during the concert at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado.
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