Two weeks after debuting the track "Let the Bass Go", Snoop Dogg now releases its music video. The semi-animated clip is filled with scenes from DreamWorks' animated flick "Turbo", for which the song was recorded. The track was commissioned by the studio's CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg for the closing credits, but it would surely be a waste not to use it to drum up interest for the movie which will open stateside on July 17.
Courteney Cox reportedly is dating her "Cougar Town" co-star Brian Van Holt. According to a new issue of Us Magazine, Courteney and Brian "have been going out for about six months." The source added that Courteney felt more comfortable bringing their relationship to public after her ex-husband David Arquette found a girlfriend, Christina McLarty.
Snowboard superstar Shaun White and his band, Bad Things, have just signed a deal with Warner Bros Record. The Olympic gold-medalist and his band are currently preparing their debut album. The album, which is expected to hit stores later this year, will be produced by Rob Schnapf, who has worked with the likes of Beck, Elliot Smith and The Vines.
"Big Brother 15" welcomed 16 houseguests to the new house in the season premiere on Wednesday, June 26. After a short introduction of the contestants, host Julie Chen gathered them to announce one of the twists: instead of two houseguests, three contestants will be nominated for elimination each week.
NFL tight end Aaron Hernandez's troubles are kicking in one after the other, following his alleged involvement in the multiple shooting and eventual death of former semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd. After being arrested in his home early Wednesday morning, June 26, the 23-year-old athlete was dropped by his team, the New England Patriots, from their roster, just before he was formally charged with first-degree murder.
Rock musician Melissa Etheridge has just gotten engaged to her partner Linda Wallem. This was revealed by the "Come to My Window" singer on June 26, just after the U.S. Supreme Court gave legally married same-sex couples the same federal rights as heterosexual couples when they declared the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) as "unconstitutional" and overturned California's Proposition 8 constitutional amendment that recognizes only those marriages between a man and a woman.
Miley Cyrus appeared on "Good Morning America" on Wednesday morning, June 26. Wearing a black crop-top, white shorts and thigh high boots, the 20-year-old singer and actress performed her hit single, "We Can't Stop", in front of the show's hosts and hundreds of fans. For her second performance, Cyrus brought out surprise guest will.i.am to sing their collaboration, "Fall Down".
Kristen Bell proposed to her fiance for almost three years, Dax Shepard, asking if he would marry her after the Supreme Court deemed the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional. The "House of Lies" star delightfully welcomed the news and tweeted to her beau, "@daxshepard1 will you marry me? Xo #marriageequality #loveislove."
"Veronica Mars" movie is currently underway, and director/writer Rob Thomas lets Entertainment Weekly unveil first official photo taken from the filming location. The snap features Thomas and none-other-than leading lady Kristen Bell, who was previously spotted filming a late night scene with Jason Dohring.
An unaired "Saturday Night Live" sketch starring Justin Bieber has just been released online. Written for the February episode hosted by the Canadian pop singer, the skit fell flat during the show's dress rehearsal and did not make it to the final cut.
"The Avengers" claimed big victory at the 39th Saturn Awards on Wednesday night, June 26 in Burbank, Calif. Receiving six nods, the Marvel flick eventually brought home four trophies from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, such as Best Science-Fiction Film, Best Supporting Actor (Clark Gregg), Best Director (Joss Whedon) and Best Special Effects.
A paparazzo filed a lawsuit against Justin Bieber on Wednesday, June 26, after he allegedly "physically attacked" the photographer in May 2012. According to a court filing obtained by E! News, Jose Osmin Hernandez Duran said that he was one of the paparazzi who took pictures of Bieber and then-girlfriend Selena Gomez at the parking lot of The Commons shopping center in Calabasas, California.
Earl Sweatshirt will axe several tour dates due to illness. The 19-year-old rapper, who recently suffered from pneumonia, took to Twitter to announce the unfortunate news. He wrote, "IM STILL SICK AND THIS SUCKS A** THAT I CANT MAKE IT TO THESE JULY SHOWS I AM REALLY F**KING SORRY TO EVERYONE WHO WAS LOOKING FORWARD TO IT."
"Revolution" and "The Walking Dead" are the Best Network Television Series and the Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series respectively in 2013, according to the Academy Of Science Fiction, Horror & Fantasy Films. The two shows were among the winners in TV field at the 39th Annual Saturn Awards, which was held Wednesday night, June 26 in Burbank, Calif.
Even an $88 million income drop last year could not pull down talk show host Oprah Winfrey from the top spot in Forbes' list of the Most Powerful Celebrities for 2013. The 59-year-old media mogul is back at the No. 1 position in the business magazine's annual Celebrity 100 ranking after two consecutive years at the runner-up spot.
Latest updates on two Marvel movies have surfaced online. First up, director Edgar Wright takes to Twitter to slam recent rumors he met Armie Hammer on the set of "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" and offered him a leading role in "Ant-Man". "But... I haven't been on the Cap 2 set," Wright wrote. "Or met Mr. Hammer."
"Elementary" has found Sherlock Holmes' older brother in Rhys Ifans. CBS has announced that the "Notting Hill" star is cast in the recurring role of Mycroft Holmes and will make his first appearance on the show in the second season premiere, which will be filmed on location in London and air September 26.
Black Eyed Peas' leader will.i.am is suing fellow artist Pharrell Williams over his use of the former's "I AM" trademark on the latter's "i am OTHER" brand. The "Scream & Shout" artist claims that he owns the copyright to the phrase "I AM" and Williams' creative brand dilutes his ownership of the "I AM" and "WILL.I.AM" marks.
Michael Jackson's 16-year-old son Prince Jackson delivered an emotional testimony during his father wrongful death trial on Wednesday, June 26. The teenager told the court about the last time he saw the King of Pop before his death.
Lionsgate's upcoming movie "Thanks for Sharing" has just dropped its first trailer online, featuring Mark Ruffalo as a man whose mind is apparently too often occupied with sex. How bad his addiction can be is somehow teased in the video as he is introduced as one of some people who think about it 15 times an hour.
Lady GaGa tops Forbes' Most Powerful Musicians in The World list. Based on earnings, social media presence and press mentions, the 27-year-old superstar beats fellow musicians including Beyonce Knowles and Madonna, who come behind her to round out the top three.
After canceling her scheduled "Today" interview last week, Paula Deen made her promise this time to appear on the show Wednesday, June 26. Sitting down with host Matt Lauer, the beleaguered cook addressed the N-word issue that has landed her in hot water.
The Rolling Stones has just entered into a new publishing deal with German record company Bertelsmann Music Group (BMG) to represent their extensive music catalog. BMG is the latest outside company to sign a publishing deal with the Stones since EMI Music Publishing, who owned the band's songs from 1971 to 1983, before the band subsequently took over.
Family and friends attended James Gandolfini's private viewing held at the Robert Spearing Funeral Home in Park Ridge, New Jersey on Wednesday, June 26. The actor's widow Deborah Lin, teenage son Michael, and 9-month-old daughter Liliana were among the first wave of mourners who arrived at the funeral home.
"A Night With Janis Joplin" is coming to Broadway. The tribute show starring Mary Bridget Davies as the psychedelic rock legend, who died at the age of 27 due to an overdose of heroin, will go for a Broadway run, with previews scheduled to begin on September 20 and official opening set for October 10 at the Lyceum Theatre.
Jay-Z is reportedly planning on doing a surprise concert atop the marquee of the Ed Sullivan Theater, where the "Late Show With David Letterman" is taped. New York Times, which broke the news, said that the concert was scheduled for June 8 and Jay-Z would turn rush-hour Times Square into a gigantic street party.
Rob Kardashian defended his sister Kim Kardashian's baby unique moniker during a phone call to Ryan Seacrest's KIIS FM radio show. In the Wednesday, June 26, radio interview, Rob told Ryan that he supported Kim and Kanye West's decision to pick an unusual name for their baby daughter.
FOX is another broadcast network that won't stick to the traditional premiere week, which starts September 23 this year. While The CW pushes back its shows' premiere to October, FOX will start a little early.
It's official, "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" will come to this year's San Diego Comic-Con. From Lionsgate's press release issued on June 26, the panel for "The Hunger Games" sequel will be held on Saturday, July 20 with exclusive new trailer from the Katniss Everdeen film set to be debuted during the event.