Miley Cyrus came into 2013 like a Wrecking Ball…
But could she be riding it out with just as much star-powered momentum?!
Mr. Sandman just brought us a treat! It's JGL!
Joseph Gordon-Levitt will be producing a film version of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman, and we could not be more excited!
Although the graphic novel The Sandman is incredibly complex, with the main character Dream controlling the world of dreams, we're sure that Joshua and Neil will find a way to make all the various intertwining stories work!
Joseph confirmed his involvement in adapting one of the few graphic novels to ever make it on the New York Times best seller list on Twitter, when he sent out these exciting tweets:
Are you one of the many millions of people who thinks justice was NOT served after the deadly shooting of Trayvon Martin?
Well, here's your chance to finally give his acquitted killer George Zimmerman a piece of your mind!
All you need is at least $110,100.000 in disposable income and an amateurish appreciation for art!
The much maligned Floridian is currently selling his first painting on eBay and even plans to hand deliver it to the winning bidder!
After so many gun-related run-ins with the law, why would George suddenly start selling art?
George says he "needed to put these visions onto the blank canvas as soon as possible."
Ch-ch-check out a close-up of the painting (below)!
If Christopher Nolan directed the circus, it would be Cirkopolis!
Moody. Sexy. Dark but still with moments of light and color. This human-only circus is currently playing NYU's Skirball Center and is a must-see!
A little uptown La Soiree is delighting audiences with acrobatics and comedy. Downtown Cirkopolis is serving up acrobatics and drama, mixed in with romance and some beautiful dance moments too.
We truly loved it!
Check out some snippets from the show above!
Goodbye, Mrs. K!
The Simpsons paid tribute to the late, great voice actor Marcia Wallace who passed away in October, by giving her character Edna Krabappel a pair of angel wings.
In fact, Edna was featured in the intro with Simpsons writer Don Payne, who also passed away.
In a recent interview, one of the show's executive producers, Al Jean, confirmed the touching honor:
“[W]e wanted to do a tribute to two terrific people, Marcia and Don. The episode was sadly, Don’s last.”
So sad! We'll miss you, Marcia!
In case you missed the quick and fleeting shot, ch-ch-check out the tribute…AFTER THE JUMP!!!