Zack Snyder will direct Warner Bros.’ reboot of Superman.
Fewer than one-percent of men can achieve oral contact with their own penis.
House star Olivia Wilde is joining the cast of an untitled thriller formerly known as Im.mortal.
Lady Gaga made it to #44 on the New Statesman’s list of “People Who Matter in 2010,” which recognizes individuals “with global influence and the power to change our world.”
Tony Curtis, an actor who made a name for himself as an on-screen heart-throb in the 1950s but developed into a well-respected actor, died Wednesday at his Las Vegas home. He was 85.
The trailer for the Coen brothers’ True Grit has finally hit the internet, and it looks as though that risk will yield big rewards (as in Oscars.)
You say that you just can’t wait for Oktoberfest? New York’s Third Annual Craft Beer Week
In a testament to the complete circus-like atmosphere that is celebrity justice, the artist of drawings from Lindsay Lohan’s court appearance, Mona Edwards, is now selling Linsday Lohan courtroom sketches.
Grammy Award winning band Maroon 5 is back with its third studio album, Hands All Over, today, and we at Bloginity thought we’d celebrate the occasion by giving away a SIGNED COPY OF HANDS ALL OVER! Entry is quick, simple and painless!
Eddie Fisher, a popular 1950s pop singer, died Wednesday night in Berkeley, CA. He was 82. Fisher is the father of four children, among them actress Carrie Fisher, who gained famed in the Star Wars saga.
In a move that is either a huge sign of generosity or a public relations effort to offset the scathing portrayal of Mark Zuckerberg in The Social Network, a Facebook donation of $100 million to schools in Newark, NJ has been announced.
Watching The Social Network, one gets the impression that the social networking virtuoso is manically searching for something—something he wouldn’t recognize, even if he did happen to find it.
The Social Network, the highly anticipated film that chronicles the rise of Facebook and the alleged deception of CEO Mark Zuckerberg, is set to hit theaters October 1. Even before the release of The Social Network, though, word of Zuckerberg’s dishonesty and betrayal has been talked about in some length. Often leading the discussion were Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, identical twins and former Harvard classmates of Zuckerberg. The two claim Zuckerberg not only stole the idea for Facebook from them, but also cheated them in a lawsuit settlement.
Director David O. Russell’s The Fighter looks as though it could be a tough contender come Oscar season. The Fighter, starring Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale and Amy Adams, depicts boxer “Irish” Micky Ward’s difficult rise to success in the ring. Although audiences have seen this plot before (all six Rocky films, Cinderella Man and The Wrestler, to name a few), almost everyone likes an underdog story.
It seems like every time Kanye West hits the studio he brings along an entire posse. This time, for the track “Lord Lord Lord,” which you can download free here, Kanye hooked up with Mos Def, Raekwon, Swizz Beatz and Charlie Wilson.
Kelis has just been featured on the cover of Trace magazine and is featured with never-before-seen illustrations and pictures throughout. The pictures come shortly after the release of Kelis’ latest album, Flesh Tone. You can download Kelis music here and see the Kelis pictures below.
According to the Associated Press, Lindsay Lohan failed a drug and alcohol screening test that assessed the actresses’ substance intake within the last month. The struggling actress has pledged she will reshape her image and even appeared in a skit during the 2010 MTV VMA show poking fun at her alcohol problems.
Finally, it seems that comedian Zach Galifianakis is getting his due. The comedian had been performing hilarious stand-up for years before catapulting to fame in The Hangover, and now he’s set to star alongside Robert Downey, Jr. in Due Date. You can see the official trailer for Due Date in the video below, and preview what looks to be one of the funniest movies of the year.