Tag Archives: Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber's Mom Makes Anti-Abortion Film So All Potential Tween Stars Have a Chance at Fame, er, Life
Justin Bieber's mother has been insanely successful at raking in mega loot piles thanks to her son's perfect side-sweeping locks, so now she thinks it's time for her to start PSA-ing in everyone's faces about the woes of abortion.
Yep, her name is Pattie Mallette and she's now got an executive producer credit under her belt for the short anti-abortion flick "Crescendo." Get More »
Liam Neeson has officially come down with a severe case of Bieber Fever. And we're loving it.
Last month, the actor joined Justin Bieber on UK talk show "The Jonathon Ross Show,"and gave the world an unexpected but epic reading of Bieber's hit "Boyfriend."
Neeson was on the show to discuss the recent box office success of "Taken 2," but there's no way his movie could top this dramatic Bieber remix.
Is there nothing Neeson can't do? "3...2... swag." Get More »
As a rather formal and fancy affair (at least in our humble opinion), the Oscars tend to shy away from controversial hosts — and Billy Crystal, who has now done the gig a whopping nine times — seemed like a safe choice.
Until he appeared in a "Midnight in Paris" parody alongside Justin Bieber… in blackface.
The 62-year-old comedy legend donned black makeup to reprise his famous "Saturday Night Live" impression of Sammy Davis, Jr. and asked the other (white as could be) version of himself, "Billy, is Biebs the young Sinatra or am I nuts?" Get More »
Justin Bieber is 18. Go on, freak out. We'll wait.
The once-floppy-haired pop star has only just reached the age of majority today, but he's already been everywhere. Opening "The Daily Show." Making a surprise cameo on the Oscars.
Last year, the internet phenom-turned-ubiquitous pop star even took over movie theaters with the origin story/concert doc "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never."
To celebrate his big day, we decided to put Bieber even more places -- specifically, in posters for various Hollywood favorites, because… well, why not?
Boom, boom, boom. Katy Perry may be brightening screening room, room, rooms.
Everyone's favorite California gurl is in talks with Paramount for a 3-D movie about herself.
The documentary-style flick would be anchored in performance footage of the singer/ songwriter and presumably would also have "behind the scenes" clips mixed in.
We can just see Ms. Perry bouncing around her dressing room in half of an ice cream cone costume now. Get More »
The sound of Hogwarts is apparently music to Grammy's ears.
Even if the last "Harry Potter" adventure doesn't manage to conjure up some halfway decent Oscar nominations, we can at least rest assured that Grammy is a fan of "Deathly Hallows - Part 2." The film has been nominated in the category of Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media, along with "Black Swan," "The King's Speech," "The Shrine" and "TRON: Legacy" (go Daft Punk!).
"Burlesque," the movie that teamed up Cher and Christina Aguilera, managed to score two nominations: one for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media ("Tangled" was the only other film nominated in this television-dominated category) and another for Cher's "You Haven't Seen the Last of Me," which was nominated for Best Song Written For Visual Media. Get More »
The sweltering heat made the red carpet even hotter at the 2011 Teen Choice Awards on Sunday, August 7.
Ashley Greene, Taylor Lautner, Blake Lively, Justin Bieber, Zooey Deschanel and Maggie Q were but a few of the attendees at this year's awards ceremony celebrating the... well, the choices of teens! Check out our gallery of stars from the Hollywood event.
Justin Bieber will be making a cameo appearance in Pee-wee Herman's new movie. He just doesn't know it yet.
Pee-wee has been developing a new movie project with Judd Apatow and announced Justin's (potential) involvement while being interviewed at the San Diego Comic-Con.
Do you know what's cuter than cute?
Young love, obvi! It's one of the adorable themes of "Monte Carlo" and it was one of the themes at the premiere in New York City, largely because its star, Selena Gomez, turned up... and so did her young love, Justin Bieber. All together now: Awww...
Katie Cassidy and a few other castmembers turned up for the special event. See for yourself.
Justin Bieber's sugary pop has birthed a legion of ear-splitting pubescent girls that lined up to see "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never" in theaters just because "he's, like, sooo cute!" Maybe you're not the target audience (i.e. you have XY chromosomes) or you listen to edgier tunes than Bieber's "U Smile," but that doesn't mean there isn't something in this G-rated film of interest. Hey, it's in the title.
"Never Say Never" is not a concert film—it's actually a documentary directed by Jon Chu about the Canadian Boy Wonder's meteoric rise from YouTube sensation to international pop star.
The first thing you learn via old home movies of Bieber is that the kid is gifted. Whether you love or hate his music, there is no arguing that he can sing, dance and play the drums, guitar, keyboards and trumpet. That's already six more things than Britney Spears can do, but she hasn't been the brunt of half the animosity and outrage that haters unjustifiably throw at Bieber. Get More »