There is no doubt Dick Clark will be greatly missed by many people, and with his ties to St. Cloud it makes the loss of such an iconic man feel that much 'closer to home'. But I think what is going to be the hardest will be ringing in 2013 without Dick Clark.
It turns out you can’t describe the president as “vile” and “evil” and say things like “We need to ride into that battlefield and chop their heads off in November” without catching the attention of a few government agencies. Ted Nugent‘s comments at an NRA Convention have brought him under the watch of the U.S. Secret Service.
In his first interview in years, Eddie Van Halen discloses that his cancer returned twice last year, that he’s emerged victorious in his battle with alcohol, and that his son Wolfgang reminds him of his own father.
'Saturday Night Live' producer Lorne Michaels has reportedly asked Mitt Romney to host an episode of the live sketch comedy show. There is no official word yet, but apparently Romney is considering the offer.
There is a new Bob Marley documentary coming out next Friday (4/20/12) titled 'Marley'. Not only is the film going to hit theaters and video on demand, but it will be the first U.S. film to stream on Facebook at the same time.
It looks like this is true. For all you avid 'Saturday Night Live' watchers you know Kristen has been a huge part of the show for the past 7 years. But even if you don't tune in to the live sketch comedy series, you more than likely know who Kristen is from movies like 'Knocked Up' and 'Bridesmaids'.
Next Sunday will mark 100 years since the Titanic disappeared into the Atlantic Ocean at 2:20 A.M. April 15th 1912. 'Titanic' first hit theaters in 1997, it was nominated for 14 Oscars and took home 11 of them. The epic movie grossed over $600 million at the domestic box office, and today (April 4) the film will be re-released to theaters, but this time you can see it in 3D. Here are some fun facts about the movie you probably didn't know.
James Cameron is king of the deep blue sea. Using a specially designed one-man submarine dubbed the “Deepsea Challenger,” the ‘Titanic’ and ‘Avatar’ director reached the floor of the Pacific Ocean’s Mariana Trench, the deepest part of the world’s oceans. He is now the first solo explorer to ever do so.
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