Who does a better Michael Caine impersonation: these two terrific comedians, or Michael Caine himself?
Monthly Archive: September 2012
Let’s talk about the movie Labyrinth. Let’s talk about behind the scenes of Labyrinth.
Christie’s is auctioning off a whole lot of James Bond memorabilia for the 50th anniversary of Dr. No.
Now they think he’s under a driveway outside of Detroit.
Singer and television star Andy Williams has died at the age of 84 from cancer.
Truth is truly stranger than (science) fiction.
Wily Dwight Eisenhower used a combination of brains and befuddlement to keep nukes out of action in the 1950s.
The Japanese baseball maestro has a custom-built bat case with a built-in dehumidifier.
The season for presidential politics meets the season for elaborate corn mazes.
He sure seems to have something to hide. So why try to dance around it?
No wonder he wouldn’t let them vet his routine at the Republican Convention.
The star of The Hunger Games and Winter’s Bone is a comical chatterbox. See these collected clips.
Barbells, beige carpet and a beat-up couch — still a student apartment, all right!
The Toy Story composer goes back to his cynical roots with a song for Campaign 2012.
The 18th of September is the anniversary of the first-ever Jonny Quest episode. It’s his birthday, of sorts.
In a world filled with reality TV shows, is it still possible to be famously eccentric? Read about some people who went down in history as eccentrics.
Chuck Jones, the celebrated director of Bugs Bunny, Wile E. Coyote and the Grinch, was born on this week in 1912.
The remains of the great astronaut have been committed to the Atlantic Ocean.
Actress Amanda Bynes is in trouble for driving recklessly — again. Meanwhile, actress Sally Struthers is in trouble for driving drunkenly.
Kate Middleton (that is to say Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge) visited a mosque in Kuala Lumpur, looking smashing.
A dancer, a silk scarf, a sports car and Paris: a deadly combination.
We’ve collected photos from here and there of the Klaus Kinski scupture by Paule Hammer.
Thank goodness we know who Nicki Minaj is endorsing for the U.S. presidency. I mean that.
She asked for it, more or less.
Don’t be shocked to see him around — it was all just a rumor.
The vice president is out to win votes for Obama, one voter at a time.
Blake Lively has married Ryan Reynolds. Here’s a swell 2012 photo of Lively.
She was the first First Lady to die in the White House — and also the first to die while holding a fake rose.
With regret, our football editor declares the end of the Tom Brady Super Bowl era.
He was inspirational even at (very) long distance.
Author China Miéville’s was born 6 September 1972. Happy birthday, China!
The former president delivered a crowd-pleaser in Charlotte.
One in our (seemingly endless) swan boat series.
The First Family watches as the First Lady gives her speech to the Democratic convention.
Thanks to Vulture.com for alerting us to Aaron Valdez’s archive of celebrity workout videos.
TV star Chuck Norris and his wife warn that re-electing President Obama is a step toward “1,000 years of darkness.”
The songwriter was the true master of the light lyric.