On the Season 5 finale of The Walking Dead, AMC seized the opportunity to debut the first teaser of the highly-anticipated spinoff. Fear the Walking Dead brings the action to Los Angeles just as the zombie plague begins to take form.
The network is very bullish on the new drama and has already ordered two seasons. The companion series stars Cliff Curtis, Kim Dickens, Frank Dillane and Alycia Debnam Carey as series regulars. It’s slated to debut sometime this Summer. Check out the first piece of footage below.
Mike Pucillo is a three-time All-American and 2008 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) champion wrestler. In a recent interview with The Open Mat, the 28-year-old athlete opens up about struggling with his sexuality during his competitive years and reveals why he chose now to come out.
“I wish I was able to be myself seven years ago while still competing in college, but it isn’t until now that I am comfortable with myself to tell my story. I want people to know that you aren’t alone. If I can just help one person get through, then I will be happy.”
After competing, Pucillo transitioned to coaching at Ohio State in 2011. He only spent a year as an assistant coach for the following reason. “I didn’t need to make anyone feel uncomfortable in the locker room. …There was a thought in my mind [that] people outside wrestling call it a gay sport and look at me, I’m the gay guy, they were right. Maybe there was that part of it.”
There’s no denying that “Irreplaceable” is one of Beyonce’s signature hits. It’s so unforgettable that anything remotely sounding like it, immediately calls the 2006 hit to mind. While listening to this recently-leaked Rita Ora track, I couldn’t help but sing ‘to the left, to the left’ in my head.
There is a bit of confusion if “Solid Ground” was originally intended for Ora’s debut album or to be included on her upcoming sophomore effort. If it’s the former, wise move on her camp to not release it. It’s not wise to record a blatant rip-off of a chart-topper, if you’re an upcoming artist.
If it’s for her new album, I’m sure Rita is regretting allegedly cheating on Calvin Harris. The Scottish DJ who produced most of the tracks, yanked them all after parting ways with the 24-year-old singer. Check out “Solid Ground” below and weigh in afterward.
Production has begun on Suicide Squad in Toronto. While the main cast has been set in stone for some time now, names are still being added to the highly-anticipated DC Comics supervillain film.
Canadian entertainment news outlet eTalk broke the news of Scott Eastwood’s addition. Clint’s son is certainly racking up the credits as of late. I have no doubt he’ll be a household name in the near future if he keeps this momentum.
No word on what role he’ll be playing but eTalk teased more details will be revealed later. The 29-year-old actor’s involvement in the film reunites him with director David Ayer. The two previously worked together on Fury.
There is also another casting development for Suicide Squad. Find out below who else is suiting up for the comic book flick.
The second annual iHeartRadio Music Awards took place over the weekend at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. The event honors the best artists and biggest songs from the past year in several categories.
Taking home the big prize was Taylor Swift. She beat out the likes of Luke Bryan, Iggy Azalea, Ariana Grande and Sam Smith for “Artist of the Year.” The 25-year-old entertainer also snagged “Song of the Year” and “Best Lyrics” for “Shake It Off” and “Blank Space” respectively.
In addition to the expected categories, there were a few interesting out-of-the-box ones as well including “Best Fan Army” and “Renegade” awards. Justin Timberlake was bestowed the iHeartRadio “Innovator Award,” following in Pharrell’s footsteps who was last year’s inaugural winner.
Among those to hit the stage were Kelly Clarkson, Nick Jonas, Jason Derulo, Meghan Trainor, Rihanna and Sam Smith to name a few. Taylor Swift surprised the audience when she joined Madonna for “Ghosttown.” Check out the performances below.
Admit it, you’re watching The Royals on E!. I’m not ashamed to say its my new guilty pleasure. It’s Gossip Girl meets One Tree Hill but with conniving and slutty monarchs. The blond heir played by William Moseley is twinky deliciousness.
The network’s risk into scripted programming is paying off. It’s first offering did well during its premiere and showed growth during it’s second outing. No doubt in part to promotional stunts like this.
Dancers dressed as royal guards targeted unsuspecting Londoners with a cheeky routine to promote the UK premiere of new drama. After the routine, they pulled off their tearaway pants to reveal their Union Jack undies. Check out the flash mob routine below. Be sure to catch an all new episode of The Royals tonight.
Michelle Williams scored her first gospel chart-topper with “Say Yes.” No doubt in part thanks to special appearances by Kelly Rowland and Beyonce. While all three joined forces to film the accompanying music video, they’ve never performed the uplifting track live. That is until now.
The trio reunited onstage at Saturday’s Stellar Gospel Music Awards held in Las Vegas. Who else finds it ironic the awards were held in Sin City? The reunion marks the first time all three ladies hit the stage together since Beyonce’s epic Super Bowl half-time show back in 2013.
Gospel isn’t a genre I typically listen to but I’ve liked the track since first hearing it. The awards show doesn’t air until April 5 on TV One, but you can get a sneak peek below thanks to some fan-captured footage.
While the idea of turning the beloved animated Bambi into a live-action film seems absolutely ridiculous, it’s actually not that far-fetched. At Disney’s current pace of producing live-action versions of their classics, this could become a reality in a few years. Though, it’ll have a hard time living up to this epic Saturday Night Live treatment.
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson transforms everyone’s favorite deer into a gun-slinging bad ass vigilante. Along with his furry friends, he bursts into a hunting lodge and open fires on hunters who kill for sport.
Cecily Strong plays Michelle Rodriguez, while Jay Pharoah and Taran Killam imitate Tyrese Gibson and Vin Diesel in the hilarious sketch. Find out which furry characters they play below.