Supergroup Atoms for Peace has just released their newest music video "Ingenue" and it stars their founder and frontman Thom Yorke. The Radiohead lead vocalist dances in the four-minute-and-a-half clip that accompanies Atoms for Peace's latest single, a cut from their debut studio effort entitled "Amok".
Universal Pictures has dropped a new trailer for "Oblivion", sharing more scenes from the sci-fi movie starring Tom Cruise. The video follows Cruise's Jack Harper who insists on finding out the truth about the planet Earth, his mission and himself. His persistence to fight for his loved ones is also highlighted in it.
Clint Eastwood joined more than 100 Republicans in signing a legal brief addressed to the U.S. Supreme Court to voice his opposition towards the ban of same-sex marriage. Six former governors, including Jon Huntsman of Utah and Christine Todd Whitman of New Jersey, are also among those who signed the brief organized by AFER (American Foundation for Equal Rights).
Joanna Cassidy is going to make an appearance in the season finale of FOX's "Bones" which will be aired on Monday, April 29. The 67-year-old actress joins the cast as FBI Special Agent Seely Booth's mother, Marianne Booth. According to TV Guide, Marianne will come back to Booth's life at inopportune time.
Annie Wersching's family continues to grow. She and her husband Stephen Full are ready to welcome another family member. A spokeperson for the 35-year-old actress confirmed that she's currently pregnant and would give birth to her second child this summer. The gender of the baby however remains unknown.
Ten other men performed in the second week of "American Idol" Sudden Death round. Kicking off the night was Mathenee Treco who sang Elvis Presley's "A Little Less Conversation", but Randy Jackson thought "the song choice was so wrong for you." Nicki Minaj said it felt "very cheesy and karaoke."
Emma Watson reportedly will star in Disney's "Cinderella" as she is now in early negotiations to bring the pauper-turned-princess character into live-action movie. Replacing Mark Romanek, Kenneth Branagh is on board to direct the project based on Chris Weitz's screenplay.
Joan Rivers was under fire because of a joke about Heidi Klum and Holocaust she made on "Fashion Police" on Monday, February 25. However, the comedian, who was also a Jewish, refused to apologize. She claimed that making jokes from Holocaust was her way to make the incident remembered.
Justin Bieber is celebrating his 19th birthday on March 1 in London with his gang and his rumored new squeeze Ella-Paige Roberts Clarke. Rumor has it, the club he chooses to spend the night for the special day "is all ready for him, with clowns, goblins, aerial acts and some fire-eaters."
Country music superstar Tim McGraw has been chosen as this year's Academy of Country Music Awards honoree and as expected, the best in country music will be coming out to salute the singer in a special tribute concert. Taylor Swift, Jason Aldean, and Luke Bryan will perform in the two-hour long "ACM Presents: Tim McGraw's Superstar Summer Night" with the curious inclusion of R'n'B crooner Ne-Yo.
Justin Bieber was spotted leaving a hotel in London to take a break from his tour, wearing a yellow spiky hat and patterned purple pants. Some people questioned the outfit choice, and Damon Lindelof was one of them. The "Lost" creator started tweeting to his Twitter followers about Bieber's hat since Thursday, February 27.
Susan Boyle is extending her career to the big screen. The singing sensation who rose to stardom through "Britain's Got Talent" has committed to star in costume drama "The Christmas Candle" which is based on the Max Lucado-written novella about a tale of angels, candles and Christmas wishes.
June Shannon still cannot understand the Girl Scout organization's reaction to her daughter Honey Boo Boo's attempt to sell the iconic Girl Scout treats, Samos and Thin Mints cookies, on Facebook. According to her, what her daughter has done is not something that can cause a big fuss.
Daniel Radcliffe is reportedly in final negotiations to star in the new take of untitled Frankenstein project, a 20th Century Fox film about the popular monster created by Dr. Viktor Frankenstein. In the film adapted from Mary Shelley's classic novel, Radcliffe will play Igor, Dr. Frankenstein's hunchback.
After dropping a new single "Woman's World" back in December, Goddess of Pop Cher was expected to release her 26th studio installment this March. However, the pop culture icon has just revealed that the new album's release will be delayed and has been pushed back to September, following the release of another new single in June.
Anderson Cooper didn't understand why there was so much hatred against Anne Hathaway. The CNN anchor thought people were overreacting when giving his comment on the amount of criticisms thrown against the "Les Miserables" actress.
"The Hobbit: There and Back Again" gets delayed by for five months. The final installment in Peter Jackson's trilogy adaption of the J.R.R. Tolkien novel is moved from the initial release date of July 18, 2014 to a new slot of December 17, 2014.
The decision made by Frontier Flight 157's crew to allow a group of college students to do "Harlem Shake" seems to backfire. The shakiness at the end of the video is believed to have raised concerns from the Federal Aviation Administration who's now stepping in to investigate out of safety fear, LA Times reports.
April 23 will be the big release date of Snoop Lion's (Snoop Dogg's reggae alter ego) "Reincarnated" album. It will be the gangster rapper's recording foray into reggae music which he switched to in 2012 following a trip to Jamaica.
Jennifer Lawrence was snapped in pictures smoking a large roll-up which is believed to be marijuana in her hotel room on Wednesday, February 27. The Best Actress winner at 2013 Oscars was in Hawaii for a holiday with a friend.
"Duck Dynasty" returned with a bang. The pro-hunting show posted record ratings for A&E with 8.6 million viewers, making it the most-watched episode ever for the reality series as well as the most-watched telecast ever for the network. It also became cable's biggest reality show telecast so far this year.
Idina Menzel is making a comeback on Broadway later this year. The Tony-winning actress best known for her roles in such Broadway hits as "Wicked" and "Rent" is confirmed to reunite with "Rent" director Michael Greif and "Wicked" producer David Stone for a new original stage production called "If/Then".
R'n'B/hip-hop superstar Chris Brown recently debuted a new rap song during P. Diddy's party held in Los Angeles. Reunited girlfriend Rihanna was reportedly there to party with her 'controversial-again' boyfriend, as did Ne-Yo, who was also spotted in the party thrown by Diddy.
Christian Slater announced his engagement to his longtime lover Brittany Lopez on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" on Thursday, February 27. In addition, the 43-year-old actor shared a unique story of seeing her for the first time in 2009. Slater thought Lopez was lesbian.
"Girls Gone Wild", the company behind racy videos featuring scantily-clad women flaunting their assets, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The Joe Francis-founded brand is seeking reorganization, citing multi-million dollars in debts following his lost in court battles against Steve Wynn and a woman named Tamara Favazza.
"90210" is coming to its end. The CW has confirmed that it cancels the teen drama series after five seasons. The fifth season finale, which now will be the last episode for the show, will air Monday, May 13 featuring a guest appearance by Michael Jackson's eldest son, Prince Jackson.
Dale Robertson, the actor who scored cowboy roles in the 1950s and 1960s, died Tuesday, February 26 in San Diego, Southern California, CNN reports. The soldier-turned-TV cowboy passed away due to complications of lung cancer and pneumonia.