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After 14 years, the highly-anticipated sequel to the 1999 romantic comedy-drama "The Best Man" has emerged and has done a lot better in the box office than many expected. According to Time magazine, "The Best Man Holiday" had an estimated budget of $17 million and was expected to pull in just about that much during its opening weekend, according to a Los Angeles Times report.
For weeks leading up to Tuesday, social media was peppered with pleas to vote on a website which promised an advance screening of the movie “Hunger Games: Catching Fire” to the college with the most votes.
The website was cryptic and provided little information about the contest’s organizer, Cross Culture Marketing Group; yet MSU students appear to have flocked in droves to the poll, winning the contest by more than 4,500 votes.
San Francisco transformed into Batman’s Gotham City last Friday to fulfill the dreams of a 5-year-old boy who has battled leukemia for years, reported ABC News. Miles Scott was called into service, and costume, by Police Chief Greg Suhr to help save Gotham City as “Batkid.”
On the surface, it might appear that many black women have achieved the American dream — excelling in politics, business, academia and media. But when you think of media portrayals of black women, these images don’t quite come to mind.
Gun violence has become a prevalent topic in today's news media with horrific cases such as the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting last winter and Trayvon Martin's murder last year. Could there be a correlation between the media portrayal of guns and real life?
For more than a decade, listeners have stepped into the mind of a tortured soul and listened to thoughts of suicide, murder fantasies, self-reflection and deranged humor from rap artist and Detroit native Eminem.
This past weekend brought out an assortment of characters, whether they were scary and gory, fictional or historical. However, one Michigan woman demonstrated her complete lack of a social filter by dressing up as a victim of the Boston Marathon.
Halloween is here. But before the candy gorge begins, try spicing up your Halloween palate with simple, sweet and savory treats ranging from mummified weenies to candy apples.
It’s officially Halloween week and time to get in the mood for some ghoulish tunes. The best way to get in the holiday spirit is by listening to some of the best Halloween-themed music. Here’s a list of some of my favorite Halloween songs:
As the weather turns increasingly colder and the nights swiftly begin to darken, signifying the return of Halloween, the most terrifying horror films surface to indulge scary movie enthusiasts. Rated from scary to absolutely horrifying, here are my top-13 scariest movies of all time.
While celebrities are using Twitter to gossip and rip each other apart, the social media tool also is being used for something a little more scientific.
Tuesday’s 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards, brimmed with performances, the return of hip-hop legends and lyrically charged cyphers, were enough to satisfy the insatiable hip-hop junkie.
"Saturday Night Live" alumni and comedians Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are returning to host the Golden Globes for two more years. After their very successful outing at last year's ceremony, the two will host it again in January.
Taylor Swift finally is getting attention for something other than snarky songs directed at her ex-boyfriends. This weekend, the country music star cut the ribbon to the new Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's Taylor Swift Education Center.
Entertainment media just isn't the same without Kanye West taking over headlines.
Recently, the musician got into a dispute while on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" with the talk show host, after he aired a skit recreating an interview West gave on BBC Radio 1.
The skit, which infuriated West, resulted in a Twitter battle in which West, with his typical all-caps style, insulted Kimmel right back.
"SARAH SILVERMAN IS A THOUSAND TIMES FUNNIER THAN YOU AND THE WHOLE WORLD KNOWS IT!!!" was one of the many tweets that went out during the tirade Sept.
After several raunchy and comedic films filled with gory blood splatter, everyone's favorite killer-doll Chucky, has returned with a bigger budget, better plot and a much more serious tone.
"Curse of Chucky" went straight to DVD Tuesday, marking the 25th anniversary of the "Child's Play" series, but was much better than the straight-to-video label might lead you to believe.
The sixth installment of the "Child's Play" franchise follows a family who receives a red-haired doll mysteriously in the mail.
This past Friday, the highly anticipated "Gravity" hit theaters. The film, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, is about a space mission that goes wrong, stranding Bullock and Clooney's characters in outer space.
While the film has garnered phenomenal critic reviews, including a 98 percent score on the film review site Rotten Tomatoes, those with a science background have taken a critical approach to the movie.
The science section of "Time magazine":http://science.time.com/2013/10/01/what-gravity-gets-right-and-wrong-about-space/ did a feature on "Gravity" showcasing every gap between Hollywood glitz and reality.
The magazine article criticized the emphasis on Bullock's sexiness as opposed to outfitting her in the appropriate space gear.
The smell of beer and the sounds of Bavarian bands filled the streets of Old Town in Lansing this weekend for the 8th annual celebration of Old Town Oktoberfest.
Hundreds of people, including many students, gathered in downtown Old Town Friday and Saturday to embrace the longstanding German tradition.
The ending of TV shows such as "Dexter" and "Breaking Bad" have had catastrophic impacts on their biggest fans.
Attention all Potterheads: J.K. Rowling is back with more to dish out on the wizarding world.
Many people know about the Harry Potter series.