On January 23 Russell Brand said Americans were motivated by a "fear" that caused them to want guns and to "embrace heroic figures like Chris Kyle."
Former DNC Chairman Howard Dean appeared on MSNBC’s Hardball with Chris Matthews on Tuesday, where he issued a faux apology for describing people who go to see American Sniper as “angry.”
On top of obnoxiously high prices, a big reason people (especially Millennials) are fleeing to Streaming, is the obnoxious number of commercials that disrupt/infect/pummel every cable television show. Nevertheless, in order to make up for declining viewership, desperate cable networks
Benedict Cumberbatch and comedian Stephen Fry have united to seek a royal pardon for 49,000 British men who were persecuted in the 1950s for being gay, along with Enigma code breaker Alan Turing.
Virtual reality firm Oculus debuted its first ever VR motion picture at the Sundance Film Festival this week. Called Lost, the film puts the viewer in the middle of a spooky, darkened forest when a giant, robotic hand begins moving through the woods, reports TechCrunch's Josh Constine, who viewed the film.
Wyoming, Michigan restaurant owner Tommy Brann--owner of Brann's Sizzling Steaks and Sports Bar--has officially placed a sign on his business's marquée which says, "Michael Moore and Seth Rogen are NOT allowed in my place."
Web hosting company GoDaddy is notorious for airing risqué Super Bowl ads, however the content in this year’s spot is causing the company to cancel a planned advertisement and apologize, after drawing the ire of animal rights activists.
To open the Los Angeles Opera’s 2015-16 season, director Woody Allen is producing his interpretation of the acclaimed comic opera Gianni Schicchi.
Dame Judi Dench, who is best known for her role as M in the later James Bond films, announced this week she may be getting a tattoo to celebrate her next birthday.
A man was stabbed Sunday night at the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue, the third such violent attack to occur there in 18 months.
Rapper 2 Chainz has announced plans to run for mayor of his home town, College Park, Georgia, at some point in the future.
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