Sports Illustrated 50th anniversary swimsuit edition
After two consecutive years of Kate Upton, the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue has decided to go in a different direction for its anticipated cover. In fact, the magazine went in three different directions.
Nicki Minaj has apologized for using a famous photo of Malcolm X with a rifle in his hands as promotional art for her new song "Lookin A-- N----a."
The rapper posted the photo Wednesday on her website and Instagram (both have since been taken down) and was quickly barraged with complaints regarding her insensitive juxtaposition of the image with a racial slur.
John Singleton, Tupac Shakur
John Singleton is back as director for the untitled Tupac Shakur biopic, Variety reports.
Singleton was previously linked to the project, but when the deal fell through two years ago the film's development stalled.
Al Roker, Matt Lauer
Eight years after their first attempt at Torino, Matt Lauer and Al Roker are giving the luge another chance.
The Today hosts slipped into some patriotic spandex uniforms, and this time, Lauer got the chance to ride on top.
The media narrative surrounding Justin Bieber has spiraled out of control. He's this year's Anne Hathaway, the person whom it's vogue to hate. But this turn isn't completely unfounded. Over the past few years, Bieber has undoubtedly become a bit of a jerk.
He was charged for illegal (and seemingly racist) graffiti, pissed in a mop bucket, left his monkey in Germany and could anyone seriously forget this hat? But for non-Beliebers, there has always been something grating about the singer. Everything from his swoopy hair to his sugar-pop love songs seemed designed to annoy all post-pubescents on sight, breeding discontent which lay dormant until his penchant for leather sweatpants and hocking loogies made him impossible to ignore.
Then all hell broke loose.
Fox has placed a series order for Will Forte's comedy Last Man on Earth.
Forte, who created the series, will star as — you guessed it — the last man on Earth. The Saturday Night Live alum will executive-produce the series along with Phil Lord and Chris Miller, who will also direct the pilot.