Jamie Dornan garnered a whole lot of criticism for his performance as Christian Grey in the 50 Shades Of Grey movie, which had an impressive $94 million opening weekend despite tepid (if not scathing) reviews and really dreadful source material. To be fair, basing Christian Grey on the books doesn't give Dornan much to work with, and it'd be difficult for anyone to make the clunky, idiotic dialogue EL James forced into the script sound natural or believable.
If you haven't been following the latest Blink 182 news (I don't know why you wouldn't be!), Tom Delonge recently gave an interview where he openly talked about his belief in aliens. While this isn't the first time that he's talked about this sort of stuff, this was probably the most honest he's ever been about his beliefs. It goes way beyond "Yeah, I believe in aliens."
Probably the best part about Twitter is that it gives famous people a place to say things to other famous people without having to put too much thought into it. This has led to fight after fight on the social network. Every single time, these fights have resulted in the same result, us being entertained.
Yes, we're still binge-watching Friends on Netflix and will be doing that until they take it away from us. Of course, we will just go back to watching the DVDs by then, but that's besides the point. We have watched Friends on re-run for a long time and while it really is the best show ever created, there are some major plot holes within the premise that we've noticed over the 10 years together. (Literally, they were around for 10 years and we've been watching re-runs for over 10 years now. Insane.)
Beyoncé is flawless (er, ***Flawless). That's pretty much a given. But Beyoncé is also human, so like the rest of us, when exposed to harsh lighting and heavy makeup, she looks slightly less than perfect, which is why people went absolutely batsh*t crazy when unretouched photos of Queen Bey surfaced from a 2013 L'Oréal ad. Here's the original commercial in which Beyoncé slays you with her beauty but assures you you're worth it, too:
I'm not a doctor or medical expert, so I can't speak definitively about the vaccine controversy. All I know is this: on one side of the argument are a bunch of doctors, immunologists, epidemiologists and medical experts saying that kids should get vaccines. On the other side of the argument is a bunch of semi-famous people, like Jenny McCarthy.
Listen, I really want to like Meghan Trainor. I love 60s-style pop, which is her forte, and I admit to occasionally bopping around to her songs in the car. Her aesthetic is cute most of the time when she's not infantilizing herself with creepy pigtails or something ("Lips Are Movin'"), or letting her foundation oxidize into an orange mess (see the "All About That Bass" video). She's pretty swell in a lot of ways.
Remember when Lady Gaga was a thing, and she still wants everyone to think that she's still a thing? Everyone is like "Nah, we got enough Gaga, we're good," and she's like "No, there's tons more Gaga!" No one wants more Gaga though, we've already had too much. (That explains ARTPOP's sales.)
Valentine's Day is here, which means all the restaurants are booked and most couples have plans … and then there's you. Maybe it's last minute plans or maybe you and your beau were looking forward to a casual night of movies. Obviously, your first choice is a romantic movie, but there are good ones to watch on V-Day and there are bad ones.
So, Benedict Cumberbatch recently recreated a famous scene from Pride and Prejudice for Cancer Research UK's Give Up Clothes For Good campaign; if your ovaries didn't already explode from swooning, check out these thirteen reasons that only just scratch the surface of why we're totally crushing on sexy Brit Benedict Cumberbatch. Cumbercollective, unite!