Someone threw up on Gaga, and more news to note
March 14th, 2014
06:35 PM ET

Someone threw up on Gaga, and more news to note

Today's talk you might've missed:

  • Sensitive gag reflex? Be grateful you didn't catch Lady Gaga's SXSW show. Part of the set featured a performance art piece in which a woman vomited on the pop star, not once but twice. [BuzzFeed]
  • About that "Rocky" musical: survey says it's actually pretty good. [Variety]
  • Kristin Cavallari hasn't vaccinated her 18-month-old son, Camden, and she doesn't plan to vaccinate the baby she has on the way. "I've read too many books about autism, and there's some scary statistics out there," she's said of her decision. [Us Weekly]
  • Some of us head to the local shelter or rec center to volunteer. But when Arnold Schwarzenegger gets involved with charity work, he gasses up the M47 tank and runs things over. [Time]
  • Backstreet's back with a new North American leg on their world tour. The band announced Friday that they're going to kick off a summer trek in Canada on May 3. [HuffPost]

Filed under: While you were working
What Bryan Cranston taught Aaron Paul about love
March 14th, 2014
06:14 PM ET

What Bryan Cranston taught Aaron Paul about love

Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston learned a lot while making AMC's iconic series "Breaking Bad" (like how to dissolve a body in acid, for example).

But in between takes, Cranston also taught Paul a few things about relationships.

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Filed under: movies
So many superheroes, so few weekends
March 14th, 2014
04:00 PM ET

So many superheroes, so few weekends

The weekend of May 6, 2016 could become a serious superhero throwdown.

Back in January, Warner Bros. announced that its upcoming Batman vs. Superman film - you know, the movie starring Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne and Henry Cavill as Clark Kent - was being pushed back to that date. It just so happens that May 6, 2016 is already home to one of Marvel's projects.

At the time, it was unknown what film Marvel would roll out that May. But according to the Hollywood Reporter, May 6, 2016 will also be the release date for "Captain America 3."

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Filed under: movies
New 'Odd Couple' finds its Felix
March 14th, 2014
03:23 PM ET

New 'Odd Couple' finds its Felix

Meet pop culture's newest Felix Unger.

Thomas Lennon, the producer/director/writer/actor you know from "Reno 911!" and most recently NBC's canceled "Sean Saves the World," has been cast as the uptight, neurotic roommate in Matthew Perry's remake of "The Odd Couple."

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Filed under: Casting Chronicles • television
James Brown biopic trailer brings the funk
March 14th, 2014
11:41 AM ET

James Brown biopic trailer brings the funk

If you're struggling to find your pep today, watch the trailer for the new James Brown biopic.

See? Problem solved.

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Filed under: Celebrities • movies • Trailer Park
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