Christopher Rules is the next big thing in black gay media. It's crazy because he revealed to me that a breakup inspired him to come up with the story behind Reality Check. The show is a raw, honest, and uncut comedy series with a realistic approach to everyday situations for most gay men of color.
In history, many famous figures have reflected on their morality and eerily predicted their own fate. While some can simply be chalked up to coincidence, others are a bit harder to ignore. From actors to writers, musicians to politicians, there is indeed a group of figures that foresaw their end.
A small tour through the film works of the famous Hollywood couple.
Hedy Lamarr was a successful actress during the Golden Age of cinema. She appeared in well-known movies as “Boom Town,” “Lady of the Tropics,” “Tortilla Flat” and others. She co-invented an early method for spreading spectrum communications. This earned her the nickname of “the mother of Wi-Fi."
Robin Williams was a famous comedian and actor known around the world. His improvisational skills are considered legendary by many. He also provided many different memorable voices for movies. Williams is considered one of the best comedians to have ever been in the entertainment industry.
The Rat Pack was an iconic group of musicians and actors that defined the word cool in the 1960s. Comprised of members Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford, and Joey Bishop, the group were famous for their wild shenanigans. Let's take a closer look at the dynamic Rat Pack.
Don Lemon is the host of his own political show that airs weeknights on CNN. Learn other interesting things about him.
Joy Reid is an MSNBC national correspondent and political commentator who hosts her own show during prime time each weeknight.
Rachel Maddow is an outspoken political host. She has a successful nightly talk show on MSNBC. She is so good at her job that most people don't know that this was not initially her career goal.
Bringing beloved animated characters to life can sometimes be a daunting task, and in Hollywood it can either be a major hit or miss. Let's take a look at some animated characters perfectly cast by real actors in live-action remakes.
For nine years, some of the classic Laurel and Hardy comedies have been restored by a team made up of UCLA's Film and Television Archive department, Jeff Joseph/Sabucat, and the Library of Congress. Now, a Blu-ray release of the films are available to purchase. Marshall Fish reviews the set.
For almost four decades, Benny Hill was a prominent British culture figure. The Benny Hill show established itself as a remarkable worldwide television comedy success story. It was one of the most-watched television comedy shows in the history of the United Kingdom.
Nicolas Cage is an actor who many people know of, whether positively or negatively, that has had an impressive track record as of right now. From "Wicker Man" to "Leaving Las Vegas," he has played a number of unforgettable roles. In this list, I discuss a few of those roles.
The 1970s was full of Hollywood hunks. Let's see how well they've held up today.
If you're wondering whatever happened to Jean Smart, the actress who played the iconic role of Charlene Frazier Stillfield on the 80s TV show "Designing Women," here's your chance to find out...
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom have been in an on again, off again relationship since 2016. They were seen in January 2016 at the Golden Globe after party together. Their relationship was confirmed in May.
Walt Disney was a true pioneer in the world of animated television and motion-picture production. Many movies made by Walt Disney are timeless classics. He built the popular Disneyland amusement park. Disney company is one of the largest entertainment companies in the world.
Some of the world's most beloved and acclaimed movie stars shined during the Golden Age of Hollywood. With iconic names like Marilyn Monroe, Humphrey Bogart, Audrey Hepburn, and Judy Garland, this period in Tinseltown truly brought forth some of the biggest names in cinema history.
Queen Elizabeth is wealthy and could pay for anything she wants, but she is more frugal than many people. There are certain things she just won't splurge on. Learn about some of the frugal habits of the British royal family.
Mel Blanc is a legendary entertainer known for being the voice of such famous cartoon characters as Bug Bunny, Woody Woodpecker, Barney Rubble and many others.
Stan Lee is, by all means, an American hero. He created the heroes that people needed, and so many are still impacted by his characters decades later. In honor of this wonderful man, I decided to pick out my picks for the top 10 cameos Stan Lee ever made.
Arguably one of the most coveted and iconic roles an actor can ever vie for, James Bond has appeared in 26 films (24 with Eon Productions) spanning nearly six decades. We know the many famous faces who've portrayed the super spy, but what about those who have passed on the epic role?