Eric Clapton's unmistakable guitar rendition of "Layla" has been voted as the worst cover song. "Layla" that was originally sung by Derek and the Dominos has topped the poll gathered by RetroCrush.com.
The rumor mill keeps grinding on who will come up as the acting lead in "Fletch Won" despite previous talks saying "Dawson's Creek" star Joshua Jackson is up for the role, and the other name mentioned turns out to be John Krasinski, widely known for his role of Jim Halpert on NBC's sitcom "The Office."
Managed to get "Fourth Installment of the Indiana Jones Adventures" into production as scheduled on Monday, June 18, director Steven Spielberg has delightfully submitted a brief video from that day on IndianaJones.com.
Freedom approached Paris Hilton early Tuesday morning June 26th as she walked out of the Century Regional Detention Facility after serving approximately half of her 45-day sentence for violating her probation in a drink-driving case.
Paul McCartney will fly to Los Angeles to give a special performance in support of his new album "Memory Almost Full". The former Beatle will give a one-day concert on Wednesday, June 27 at Amoeba Records.
Able to carry out the process smoothly, director Jon Favreau has informed through his MySpace group that principal photography on "Iron Man" has been finished with the filming on the final scenes in Caesar's Palace.
Counting down her final hours before being released from the prison, Paris Hilton already has a very big plan on her mind. The socialite reportedly is planning to set up a home for newly released inmates and already spoke to jail doctors and officials about that.
Who will be Jordin Sparks' predecessor? Another wave of American Idol fever is back this year as the audition dates are revealed. Judges will stir some cities to find people standing the chance to be crowned "Idol" in the seventh season.
Drawing in the twosome to once again stay under its banner, DreamWorks Pictures has assigned its "Disturbia" star Shia LaBeouf and helmer D.J. Caruso to work together on a new thriller it is currently gearing up for production.
Courtney Love changes her mind concerning her late husband Kurt Cobain's license. Initially slammed shoe manufacturer Dr. Martens for using an image of Cobain to sell its boots in England, the troubled rocker surprisingly allowed the National Entertainment Collectibles Association (NECA) to print his pictures on their products.
The task to bring "Valkyrie" into production stage appears to be not that easy to carry out as the WWII thriller now is facing a refusal from Germany to film scenes at the country's military sites due to star Tom Cruise's status as a member of Church of Scientology which is not recognized there.
Despite scoring multiple #1 in many country charts and awarded Ivor Novello Awards, James Blunt's "You're Beautiful" is voted the most irritating song of all time. The song sits at #1 in the top 10 tally held by www.onepoll.com.
Not forgetting the meaning of friendship, Robert De Niro has offered himself to back up a big screen project coming from his longtime friend that is slated to enter production by late September this year in Los Angeles.