From Madonna getting married to the music world coming together for Live Aid, we look back at the 11 biggest musical moments from the summer of 1985 Jordan Runtagh, provided by Published 11:03 am CDT, Monday, July 1, 2019 Photo: PA Images/Getty Images Photo: PA Images/Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PA Images/Getty Images The Summer of ’85: Relive the 11 Biggest Musical Moments 1 / 1 Back to Gallery This year has been awash with nostalgia for the final year of the Sixties and the end of the 20th Century (a.k.a. 1999), but Stranger Things is bringing the Eighties back in a, like, totally major way. The upcoming third season of the hit Netflix … [Read more...] about The Summer of ’85: Relive the 11 Biggest Musical Moments
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Alec Baldwin is about to be in the hot seat. Comedy Central on Wednesday announced the actor would be the next honoree for what has become the network's annual roast. The Baldwin roast will tape in New York this summer and air on date to be determined, according to Comedy Central. "Getting roasted will be the greatest honor of my lifetime besides being a father, a husband, hosting Saturday Night Live 17 times, receiving Golden Globes, Emmys, and working with Martin Scorsese,” Baldwin said in the Comedy Central announcement. Last year, Bruce Willis was the roastee. Past stars roasted include Rob Lowe, Justin Bieber, James Franco, Charlie Sheen, Donald Trump and William Shatner. … [Read more...] about Alec Baldwin Will be Comedy Central’s Next Roast Victim
PUBLISHED: 18:01 06 April 2019 | UPDATED: 18:01 06 April 2019 Judy Rimmer Rob Lowe and Andrew McCarthy in Class (1983). Photo: Orion Pictures/IMDB Orion Pictures/IMDB The Brat Pack was born 35 years ago, with the release of Sixteen Candles. Were you a fan? Here’s a look at their impact and where they are now. Sixteen Candles (1984). Photo: Universal Pictures/IMDBAlthough the Brat Pack burst on to our screens in 1984 with John Hughes’s Sixteen Candles, the term was coined the following year, by a journalist on New York magazine. It might have had a sneering note at the start, but it quickly caught on, and will forever be associated with the stars of the 1980s movies which defined teenage angst, such as The Breakfast Club and St Elmo’s Fire. Over the years, many different actors have been associated with the Brat Pack, including superstar Tom Cruise, as well as other names like Phoebe Cates, Matthew Broderick and Kevin Bacon. But these … [Read more...] about Were you a fan of the Brat Pack in the 1980s?
13 seconds ago Recent years have inspired tons of rumors about potentially huge TV revivals, and Aaron Sorkin's highly lauded political drama The West Wing has been one of the more exciting prospects. In fact, former star Richard Schiff says he was talking to Sorkin recently, and the West Wing creator listened to Schiff's pitch for where the show could go in a new season. Aaron has said he wanted it to happen. Might go with a new administration, in which case, you know, some of us might show up as consultants; it makes no sense, maybe one or two of us to be in the White House. I've pitched it to Aaron. He loved it. Richard Schiff's take on the potential future of The West Wing is perhaps less of a straight revival pitch and more of a same-universe reboot with new characters, but the level of excitement within the fanbase should be about the same. After all, when Aaron Sorkin loves an idea, that idea usually finds its way to becoming a reality. Especially since NBC has … [Read more...] about The West Wing Revival Idea That Richard Schiff Recently Pitched To Aaron Sorkin
Thinking outside the box: TV shows that defined the last 19 years BelfastTelegraph.co.uk A nation's taste in television tells you a lot about its state of mind. In the UK's case, since the dawn of this millennium, viewers have been keen on Z-list celebrities screaming at each other and Simon Cowell flexing his eyebrows menacingly. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/entertainment/film-tv/thinking-outside-the-box-tv-shows-that-defined-the-last-19-years-37673356.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/features/article37673353.ece/0c635/AUTOCROP/h342/2019-01-02_lif_46896070_I7.JPG Email A nation's taste in television tells you a lot about its state of mind. In the UK's case, since the dawn of this millennium, viewers have been keen on Z-list celebrities screaming at each other and Simon Cowell flexing his eyebrows menacingly. That's not the entire story, of course. Alongside the rise of reality juggernauts such as Big Brother and The X Factor, the past 19 years have witnessed … [Read more...] about Thinking outside the box: TV shows that defined the last 19 years