Wow! What did we just watch?!
Check out the fun show (above) and share your thoughts in the comments!
P.S. We loved watching Bey's Formation in real time! Take what's yours, girl!
That's one way to move out of the House of Mouse.
James Franco never shies away from potentially controversial projects, and his latest film may just be his most scandalous yet!
The 37-year-old is producing a biopic about the real-life murder of gay porn director Bryan Kocis.
King Cobra will follow the story of Bryan's death, where he was notoriously stabbed 28 times before being set on fire by male escorts Harlow Cuadra and Joseph Kerekes back in 2007.
It's currently unclear who will be portraying any of those three men, but it is being reported that porn star Brent Corrigan, who started working with Bryan while he was still underage, will be played by none other than Disney Channel hottie
Everyone wants to know Taylor Swift's secrets in writing the AH-Mazing songs on her 1989 record — but no one more than the guy who covered them all!
Ryan Adams put his spin on the songstress's chart-topping album back in September — and while the lyrics remained the same, the meaning of the songs became totally different!
In the interview, the Wildest Dreams hitmaker talks about where her song inspiration comes from, revealing that a dream about her ex once gave her an idea for a song lyric!
After Adams explained he listens to The Smiths when he has trouble writing, Taylor revealed that she watched a bunch of John Hughes movies when writing 1989! She said:
The people demanded holograms and they got some freakin holograms!!!
The first trailer for Jem And The Holograms had fans a bit worried when it pretty much looked like a YouTuber's rise to stardom with a little Dreamgirls action thrown into the mix!
But now we've had our chance to see a second trailer and it has a bit more of the sci-fi element we were looking for in the first place!
Right off the bat, we get to finally see Synergy, the super awesome computer left behind by Jerrica's father!
However, in this flick it looks more like a glorified projector on wheels that pretty much just shows old home movies! We guess they're getting a bit closer?
Ch-ch-check out the trailer (above) and share your thoughts in the comments!
And now, the portion of the show for the Over 30 crowd! Ha!
Why were they there, you ask?
Because it's the 30th anniversary of cult classic The Breakfast Club! Can you even believe it's been that long?! We can't!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to be transported back to the '80s… and to see Molly hang out with Taylor Swift.
Nostalgia!!! We're really feeling it!
The Breakfast Club actress and recording artist was flawless with her shaggy pixie cut and a perfectly tailored black jumpsuit with sequined bodice!
That plunging neckline is so sexy, and her body is FIRE!
Always good to see the former teen queen at fancy events!
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We were so excited for this!
Jem and The Holograms is totally still going to get our money since its full of nostalgia, but we're not as in love with the trailer as we were hoping to be.
While the video itself makes the movie look fun, it unfortunately has more of a Josie and The Pussycats 2 vibe than a remake of the the classic '80s cartoon.
Scooter Braun's choice to use One Direction as the background music was a definite plus, but we're hoping that Aubrey Peeples, Stefanie Scott, and Hayley Kiyoko can put the whole film on their backs and make this a hit!
Ch-ch-check out the first trailer for a magic-less Jem (above)!!!
Since Two and a Half Men is officially over, it looks like Jon Cryer is going back to his roots!
This week, the actor took a step back in time on The Late Late Show With James Corden when he reprised his role of Duckie from the movie Pretty In Pink!
The 49-year-old actor and late night host recreated the iconic record store dance routine from the hit 80s movie, and Cryer is still pretty light on his feet!
The two wore an almost exact replica of the ostentatious outfit from the original scene with Cryer's old co-star Molly Ringwald and danced around a record store set to Otis Redding's Try a Little Tenderness!
We're not sure if the actor has been practicing the choreography throughout the years or what, but his dance moves were definitely on point!
Ch-ch-check out the video (below) to see a clip of the nostalgic performance!!