With Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) missing in action, Starling City is in need of a hero. Arsenal (Colton Haynes) and Black Canary (Katie Cassidy) could definitely use the help.
Brandon Routh trades in his Superman blue tights in for a wicked new costume. On the February 25 episode of Arrow, his character Ray Palmer begins his journey as The Atom.
When Arrow returns to Starling, things will definitely get stickier for Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards) since she has feelings for both crime fighters. Check out Routh suiting up as the superhero below and weigh in afterward.
Once again, Jimmy Fallon has proven NBC execs right with their decision to bestow The Tonight Show chair upon him. The 40-year-old late night host consistently entertains with his charming skits and antics.
In honor of The Tonight Show returning to Los Angeles since Jay Leno left, Fallon parodies one of the most beloved and memorable theme songs of the 90s- The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. With the aid of DJ Jazzy Jeff and Alfonso Ribeiro, Jimmy films a bang-on recreation. Definitely watch it out below, especially if you’re a fan of Ribeiro doing his signature Carlton dance.
Rihanna premiered the music video for “FourFiveSeconds” yesterday but since we had some technical difficulties, I could only share it with you today. If you’re not a fan of the polarizing song, the moody clip probably won’t win you over.
RiRi rocks a vintage Sean John denim jacket in the black and white clip. She previously explained why she chose the all-American look. “Denim never goes out of style. It’s classic, it’s iconic, just like the fucking Beatles,” she shared.
Meanwhile Paul McCartney strums his acoustic guitar in several scenes while Kanye West does what Kanye West does best… overacts and gets dramatic.
The best parts of the Inez and Vinoodh-directed clip are when the three appear on the screen together. If they were wearing Gap clothing, this could easily pass for an ad campaign for the brand. Check out the video below.
The first teaser trailer for the highly-anticipated Magic Mike sequel just debuted. While it doesn’t give away too much in terms of storyline, it does reveal plenty of scenes of Channing Tatum and company without their shirts. Let’s face it, that’s why we pay the price of admission.
The clip starts off with Tatum working in a metal workshop before busting out moves to Ginuwine’s “Pony” once again. After that, a montage of beach and clubs scenes follow showing the sexy antics Matt Bomer, Joe Manganiello and Adam Rodriguez experience on their road trip to a stripping convention.
Magic Mike XXL slinks into theaters on July 1, 2015. Amber Heard, Jada Pinkett Smith, Andie MacDowell, Elizabeth Banks, Donald Glover, Michael Strahan and Ellen DeGeneres’ sexy gardener Billy Reilich join the cast. Get your first look at the sexy sequel below.
We’ve heard The Weekend, Sia and Ellie Goulding’s contributions for the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack. All have been fantastic in my opinion. Skylar Grey is the latest artist to debut her track for the erotic thriller.
“I Know You” is a beautiful ballad that finds the 28-year-old singer aching for her lover to commit who is slowly slipping away. The orchestral strings are sensational with her soaring vocals. Watch the lyric clip below.
Sounds like your typical course of action when someone puts the proverbial foot in their mouth. Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson is in hot water after making controversial comments in the January 2014 issue of GQ magazine.
It all began when Robertson started to talk about the erosion of morality in America. “Everything is blurred on what’s right and what’s wrong. Sin becomes fine,” he said. Innocent enough, but then it’s all downhill from there, adding “Start with homosexual behavior and just morph out from there — bestiality, sleeping around with this woman and that woman and that woman and those men.”
As all good reborn Christians do, he tries to quote the Bible, the Book of Corinthians to be exact.
“Don’t be deceived. Neither the adulterers, the idolaters, the male prostitutes, the homosexual offenders, the greedy, the drunkards, the slanderers, the swindlers — they won’t inherit the kingdom of God. … Don’t deceive yourself. It’s not right.”
While I like Mark Wahlberg, his 2001 remake of Planet of the Apes was not good. Much to my surprise, I quite enjoyed the 2011 reboot, Rise of the Planet of the Apes starring James Franco. So much so, I’m looking forward to the sequel scheduled to hit theaters next year. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes just released the first trailer and things don’t look too bright for the humans in the film.
A growing nation of genetically evolved apes led by Caesar is threatened by a band of human survivors of the devastating virus unleashed a decade earlier. They reach a fragile peace, but it proves short-lived, as both sides are brought to the brink of a war that will determine who will emerge as Earth’s dominant species.
The only returning person from its predecessor is Andy Serkis who voices Caesar. While cute, cuddly and sympathetic to humans in the first film, he’s become the ruthless leader of an ape uprising. Replacing Freida Pinto and Franco as the humans in the film are Gary Oldman, Keri Russell, Jason Clarke and Kodi Smit-McPhee. Judy Greer also joins the cast but as an ape named Cornelia. Check out the trailer below.
I have yet to see any winner from American Idol, The X Factor or The Voice sing their coronation song without getting choked up. To be honest, I’d much prefer for them to cry-sing like Kelly Clarkson did during “A Moment Like This” than to sing it perfectly. With that in mind, it’s not fair to judge the winner’s single until the studio version surfaces. Especially in last night’s case, when NBC cut off Tessanne Chin’s victory lap short.
Even though Ryan Tedder told Carson Daly he didn’t want to pen “the ‘standing-on-a-mountaintop, I’ve-won-everything’ kind of song,” he sorta did. “I wanted to do a real song about love and heartbreak,” he added. While not awful like American Idol’s “No Boundaries,” it’s no winner like Phillip Phillips’ epic winning single, “Home.”
“Tumbling Down” falls in the middle of the pack among coronation songs. I was hoping Tessanne would have more of a reggae vibe to her track. Hopefully, The 28-year-old Jamaican-born singer’s debut album which becomes available March 25, 2014 has a couple island-tinged singles. In the meantime, check out the studio version of “Tumbling Down” below and be sure to give your two cents afterward.