With the height of EDM and dubstep well behind us, the giants of the period need to move onto new pastures. For some, that means dabbling in here genres and for others, it means a rad haircut. Skrillex of screeeeechy beep beep fame has chosen to go the latter route and reinvent himself as Jon Snow. I guess with Game of Thrones being long over, the character is up for grabs!
Bostonians catch a lot of flak for their iconic accents. No one pahks the cah in the Hahvahd Yahd better! Unfortunately, unless you’re cast in a Scorsese special, when you’re on TV, you gotta sound more Dan Rather and less Mark Wahlberg. But sometimes the sound slips, like it did for this news anchor.
Open Post: Hosted By Kate Winslet’s Confusing Hair On The Poster For The 25th Anniversary Re-Release Of “Titanic”
SPOILER ALERT: Titanic from Titanic sinks, and Leonardo DiCaprio’s character, Jack Dawson, dies at the end. And for 25 years (holy shit), people have been going back and forth about if Jack would’ve lived if only Kate Winslet’s Rose DeWitt Bukater were more generous with a portion of her broken-off door flotation device. James Cameron even tried to put the whole “Jack could’ve survived if Rose wasn’t a selfish betch” thing to rest by conducting a scientific study. But we can put that debate to rest for a little while as the anniversary theater re-release approaches because a new controversy just came into play, and the internet wants to know what in the RuPaul’s Drag Race’s Silky Nutmeg Ganache’s “Barbie Girl” lip sync wig was the graphic designer who created this poster thinking?!
Mayim Bialik and Ken Jennings can keep vying for wittiest Jeopardy! host (verdict: sorry, it’s still the legend, Alex Trebek), and Pat Sajak gets to continue to curmudgeonly condescend to a fresh crop of contestants and bitch to a probably very tired Vanna White backstage until the producers’ wish of him retiring is finally granted–because ABC just held on to two of the very lucrative “feathers in their cap” by forking out even more money than they had to last time to secure a five-year renewal for both shows.
The audience at the Golden Globes always looks like they’re bored and ready to go somewhere else because, at its base, it’s a glamorous work function where nobody wants to become that person. And last night, when HBO’s House Of The Dragon unexpectedly won the award for Best Television Series – Drama, one of its stars, Milly Alcock, must have been completely caught off guard. Because when she got up to receive the award with co-star Emma D’Arcy and director Miguel Sapochnik, she definitely became that person with her tipsy antics that scream, “Blame it on the alcohol y’all.”
Talk about easy money! You know how they say, “you never work a day when you do what you love?” Well, that was especially true for Ben Affleck this week as he shot a commercial in his hometown of Boston with the love of his life, Dunkin’ Donuts, while his wife, Jennifer Lopez, cheered him on. TMZ reports that Ben was spotted on Tuesday “dressed in an employee’s uniform and hamming it up for cameras out of the drive-thru window.”