Hey, Patrick Stewart, we have a question for you: What?!
As it turns out, while you were off busy doing other things, sirs Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen were off being adorable besties, wearing silly hats and traipsing around New York City making (we assume delighted) strangers take pictures of them being LOLarious. (And no, we're not just talking about PatStew's infamous pizza selfie.) Get More »
Raise your hand if the above picture isn't the very greatest thing you've ever seen. If you're not raising your hand, get out. You're a liar and we're ashamed to say we even know you. Go on, get. Skedaddle. Get More »
When it comes to Hollywood people on Twitter, there are basically four different types:
1. Those who just think they're way too cool for tweet school before setting virtual foot onto the platform in the first place (here you have your Megan Fox-style fails);
2. The ones that are obviously controlled by some P.R. lackey receiving triple-filtered fluff to post (lookin' at the noob, Liam Hemsworth);
3. Those other guys who totally should have had someone buffering their tweets and/or should altogether just avoid typing while under the influence of alcohol, anger or any other inhibition-lowering stimuli (most recently, Alec Baldwin); Get More »
Take the coolest thing you could ever imagine happening in the history of nerdery and multiply it by a hundred. No, make that a thousand ... Done? Good. Whatever you just came up with there, it's not even half as awesome as this, so brace yourselves.
No, we're not talking about some gnarly new "X-Men: Days of Future Past" plot detail — although that could be an interesting direction for the franchise — this'll be an actual real-life wedding ceremony.
This week: Peter Jackson returns to Middle-earth with "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey," the first of three movies based on the classic fantasy novel "The Hobbit" by J.R.R. Tolkien, which features Martin Freeman as Bilbo Baggins and Ian McKellen reprising his role as the wizard Gandalf from "The Lord of the Rings."