Stars, they're just like us: When they bring dogs into Australia without filling out the proper paperwork, they have to appear on camera to apologize to the country.
Hollywood is drowning in nostalgia and milking every franchise known to man, and now it's coming for Beetlejuice. It's time to take a stand.
The fake 80s TV movie of the week is narrated by Ron Howard, has a theme song by Kenny Loggins, and is glorious.
We visited Bruce Robinson at his Herefordshire farmhouse to talk about his life and his new book, They All Love Jack: Busting the Ripper.
Chatting with Dick Lehr, author of Black Mass: Whitey Bulger, the FBI, and a Devil's Deal, which has been adapted into the new film starring Johnny Depp.
The legendary filmmaker on the upcoming film about the life of James "Whitey" Bulger, one of the most infamous gangsters in US history.
The actor's pets could be destroyed after they were brought into the country without being declared to quarantine.
Inside the competitive, stressful, and occasionally lucrative world of the men who dress up like Jack Sparrow, Willy Wonka, the Mad Hatter, and "regular" Johnny Depp.
Artist Dalila Acuña has been trying to harness her fixation with the 80s in a healthy (albeit drunk) manner, by sewing odes to her favorite scenes from 80s movies into pillows and bags. Tonight she'll be sharing the work at an art show in San Francisco.
Selfies can give meaning to lives where none previously existed—validating some and giving the rest something to make them feel superior.
Our dependence on technology has stunted our ability as a species to truly communicate, according to John Zerzan, perhaps the world's most prominent anti-technology philosopher. The solution? Give it all up and start hunting and gathering again. And while…
Johnny Depp's new movie, The Lone Ranger, came out this week. In this hilarious romantic comedy, Mr. Depp portrays a potentially schizophrenic Native American named Tonto, who speaks in a bizarre broken English and talks to a dead bird that sits on…
In a 2002 profile in Vanity Fair, martial artist Gene LeBell claimed he choked out Steven during an Aikido exhibition, causing Seagal to poop in his pants. Steven denies it ever happened. But he also said he was a multilingual, Yakuza fighting, CIA…
We met them outside the London premiere of Dark Shadows and asked them about rape and stuff.
Of course he is. Fucking look at him. I figured this was a total no-brainer, but nobody ever seems to believe me.