Posts tagged "kevin bacon"

Real-Life “Footloose” Erupts At Vermont High School Over Twerking

Guys, serious crisis: Mount Anthony Union High School in Bennington, Vermont has canceled its homecoming dance due to a rampant fear of twerking. In a letter published in the local paper, The Bennington Banner, the school’s principal, Sue Maguire, explains:
Over the past couple of years, since Miley Cyrus took the stage ‘twerking’ at the…

By: Claire Hannum / September 6, 2014

Watch Kevin Bacon Talk To Millennials About The 80′s

Kevin Bacon is one of my favorite actors of all time because he never takes himself too seriously and, let’s face it, he’s still adorable. Millennials, sit back and enjoy as Kevin takes us on a nostalgic journey to the ’80s and tells us about a life before the invention of “Ok Twindr.” [22 Words]…

By: Claire Hannum / March 12, 2014

Why “The Following” Is The Worst Show, But I Can’t Stop Watching It

Do you watch “The Following,” the Kevin Bacon show about an Edgar Allen Poe-obsessed serial killer named Joe Carroll? No? Good for you. I do. And I can’t stop myself, even though it’s one of the worst, most unbelievably, faultily constructed shows out there. Briefly — SPOILER ALERT if you for some reason plan o…

By: Julie Gerstein / April 8, 2013

Kevin Bacon Plays The President Of His Fan Club In New Commercial

Normally, I view ads as things to be fast-forwarded past. But this one for Logitech Revue with Google TV is pretty awesome. It stars Kevin Bacon as … Kevin Bacon’s biggest fan—the president of his fan club who commissioned an oil painting of himself with Sir Bacon. Best line: “His best movie i…

By: Kate Torgovnick/Kate-Book.com / December 9, 2010

I Will Spend My Valentine’s Day Watching New York, I Love You

The trailer for New York, I Love You was just released, and I am ever-so-slightly excited about it — even though it won’t hit theaters until February 13. I cannot believe they would tease us and then make us wait almost six months to see it. The New York version of Paris, je

By: Catherine Strawn / August 25, 2008