Funny thing about our siblings — sometimes we forget to tell them how special they really are.
Katie was searching for a way to tell her big sister Kristine just how much she meant to her. Enter Boyz II Men, and the Kia Sorento Serenades sweepstakes.
Katie entered the sweepstakes and with a little from Kia, got a chance to have all-time great R&B group Boyz II Men come to Los Angeles and give Kristine a very special musical surprise.
Check out what happened in the video above — and click here to find out more about Kia and Sorento Serenades with Boyz II Men.
God, I love the internet. Some brilliant person out in the world took footage of Celine Dion rocking out at one of her French concerts and swapped out the audio for Daft Punk’s new hit single, “Get Lucky.” You will not believe how perfectly they match up. Also, if you’ve never seen Celine dance, well, prepare to be amazed. [YouTube via Gawker]
Okay, yes, some people booed Ryan Gosling’s next movie, “Only God Forgives,” when it premiered at Cannes this week. But not everyone thinks the “Drive” followup from Nicholas Winding Refn is “a defecation” — it’s gotten a few good reviews too. The Hollywood Reporter called it “wicked cool entertainment.” So there, haters! Personally, I’m down to watch any movie that refers to Ryan Gosling’s cock. In this just released scene, Gosling’s character Julian hires a prostitute to be his date to dinner with his beyatch mom, played by Kristen Scott Thomas. She’s on to him though, and seizes the opportunity to tear him a new one, by insulting the size of his manhood. Mean. Check it out above! [The Daily Beast]
“Star Trek” has been a part of popular culture for nearly 50 years now, so it was inevitable that many of the popular lines from the show would work their way into our vernacular. Most of us know a “Star Trek” catchphrase or two, but working them into casual conversation can be a bit of a challenge. That’s where our handy guide comes in! Read on for six classic “Star Trek” lines and how to use them… Keep reading »
My life is basically a never-ending episode of “I Love the ’90s.” Even so, I have never been a fan of Hanson. Still, I am mighty impressed that they have taken the Song That Must Not Be Named, and parlayed it into a beverage company. The company’s been around since 2011, but this week, they hit Hollywood — their MMMhops brew was served at the “Hangover 3″ premiere. Ed Helms drank the stuff! With Taylor Hanson. (He was always the cute one).
Check out the new Pale Ale bottle after the jump — and just try not to get that song stuk in your head. [Twitter] Keep reading »
So, have any big plans for Memorial Day weekend? TRICK QUESTION. I already know you’re going to do exactly what I’m doing, which is binge-watching “Arrested Development,” because the new season debuts on Netflix at midnight on Sunday(!). To prepare for an awesome AD-packed weekend, check out this hilarious supercut of all the chicken dances that have ever appeared on the show. [Vimeo via Flavorwire]
Much fuss has been made about the lack of female representation in the new movie “Star Trek Into Darkness.” While I adored the movie — and Winona and I both think that it’s kind of a chick flick — I completely agree that there should have been more women in the movie and that the ones in the film should have been given more to do. (Thankfully, the various “Star Trek” series have taught us plenty of feminist lessons over the years.) One of the scenes that has bothered a lot of feminist fans of the series is the one in which Alice Eve’s character, Carol Marcus, appears in just a bra and panties for seemingly no reason but to titillate. J.J. Abrams responded to the hullabaloo on “Conan” last night, by debuting a deleted scene from the film in which Benedict Cumberbatch’s character is seen showering. Droooooool. More — real!!! — wet ‘n’ wild sexy mole rat action, please! [Conan]
Here’s a question for “The Walking Dead” fans: how many seasons do you think the show will air? A few more years, tops? AMC’s biggest shows don’t normally last all that long: “Breaking Bad” is wrapping its fifth and final season this summer, and season seven will be the last we’ll see of “Mad Men.”
Well, if AMC Networks CEO Josh Sapan has his way, we’ll be watching “The Walking Dead” for at least nine more years. He’s publicly stated that he hopes the show will still be around in 2022, and that the show, much like the comic series and the shambling undead walkers it depicts, will simply live on forever. Read more on The Stir…
My boyfriend’s back! No, not my real boyfriend, but my fantasy magical unicorn boyfriend, Joseph Gordon-Levitt. This time, he’s beefed up and thrown on a real thick Jersey accent to play the title character in “Don Jon,” a movie about a porn-addicted goomba who falls in love with a slightly questionable bangin’ Jerz chick (played by Scarlett Johannson). Can the love of a good woman get him to change his ways? (Spoiler alert: duh.) Both are playing a bit against type, which should be fun to watch. So check out the trailer for the movie — which JGL also wrote and directed — if only to see JGL sing along to Marky Mark’s “Good Vibrations.” Funky bunch, indeed. [YouTube]
While the latest “Star Trek” movie is facing criticism for its portrayal (or lack thereof) of female characters, let us not forget that the “Star Trek” franchise actually has a very impressive history of strong women characters. Growing up watching “The Original Series,” “The Next Generation,” “Deep Space Nine” and “Voyager,” we found plenty of smart, outspoken, compassionate, powerful women to look up to. In fact, the ladies of “Star Trek” taught us some of our most enduring feminist lessons. Click through to check out our favorite Starfleet feminists–and the important lessons we learned from them!