By Dylan P. Gadino | May 2, 2013 at 1:07 pm | No comments | feature slider, Interviews, TV/Movies | Tags: bo burnham, mtv, Zach Stone is Gonna Be Famous
Six years ago, Bo Burnham was a tall, pale, lanky kid from suburban Massachusetts with access to a crappy video camera and an electronic keyboard. What separated him from most 16-year-olds, however, was his ability to use those tools. Thematically speaking, the first two songs Burnham uploaded to YouTube – Dec. 21, 2006 – certainly didn’t...Read Full Story
From left: Paul Rudd, Kristen Stewart, Tom Cruise. (Photos: Getty Images | Pacific Coast News)It's a big weekend at the movies with five new wide releases hitting theaters. But our Box Office Senior Analyst Jeff Bock doesn't expect any of them to unseat The Hobbit as the top movie in the land. "There is nothing in the realm of big budget blockbusters or fantasy films that can compete toe-to-toe with Jackson’s opus. That makes it an easy choice to rule this weekend with around $43 million...Read Full Story
Director Judd Apatow rocked the red carpet with his gorgeous girls – daughters Maude, 15, and Iris, 10 – at the Kids’ Choice Awards in Los Angeles, Calif. on Saturday (March 23).
The following day, mom Leslie Mann joined the trio for a seaside stroll in Malibu. The happily married couple walked hand-in-hand while the girls explored the beach.
“I relate to just being a disgusting man and feeling bad that my wife even has to be around me,” Judd recently joked to PEOPLE. “You get older and you...Read Full Story
Today at 5pm ET -- join Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner & Judd Apatow for a live online Q&A. Join Mel, Carl and Judd here: http://to.pbs.org/ZgBBUa. (Watch for the documentary "Mel Brooks: Make a Noise" premiering on American Masters | PBS May 20.)#ComedyFest: Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner with Judd Apatow | American Masters | PBSwww.pbs.orgMel Brooks and Carl Reiner in conversation with director and writer Judd Apatow, marking the day on which the 2000 Year Old Man joins Twitter.Read Full Story
Mel Brooks helped kick off Comedy Central's #Comedyfest – a Twitter-based comedy festival – yesterday with Carl Reiner and Judd Apatow Brooks director of Blazing Saddles joined the social media network as part of the opening event during which Brooks and Reiner shared a conversation on comedy moderated by Apatow... | rollingstone.comRead Full Story