Looks like the happiest day of her life just turned into the worst day of her life. Hopefully she made a shiv to bring to her wedding for protection in jail. Technically it would count as something old and something new, so it wouldn't be entirely impractical.
Point of confusion: is this a clown or just a really weird dude? And if it is a clown, why was he in costume while he was breaking the law? Did he think he could just pass it off as a practical joke? Too many questions, not enough answers
What kind of bet do you have to lose to wind up with a haircut like this? It probably has something to do with underground competitive ring toss, which should be a thing, if only to explain this picture
Although the hairdo is probably available anywhere there is easy access to water and electrical sockets,and the blank expression can be found anywhere Gotye can be heard, we're betting this guy lives south of Maryland -- it's just too hard to get chartreuse man-tanks north of the Mason-Dixon
Dick Clark, the iconic television producer and host of 'New Year's Rockin' Eve' and 'American Bandstand,' died from a reported heart attack on Wednesday. The news of his death came as a shock to the American public, and many celebrities and Clark fans sent their condolences out on Twitter.
In one corner, we have Venus Angelic, the 15-year-old girl from London who looks eerily like a Japanese anime doll. She's gathered quite the internet following by changing her accent, makeup and clothes to mirror the animated characters she loves so much.
In the other, we have Dakota Rose, aka Kota Koti, an American teen who's just as obsessed with acting and dressing like a real-life doll as Venus Angelic is.
In one corner, we have "Ridiculously Photogenic Guy" Zeddie Little, who recently become an internet sensation thanks to his ability to be, uh, ridiculously photogenic. While jogging in South Carolina's 2012 Cooper River Bridge Run, his photo was taken by a bystander and turned into an incredibly popular web meme, prompting everyone to Facebook stalk him.
In one corner, we have 'Titanic,' which just celebrated its 3D re-release this weekend. Not only did Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet's performance as star-crossed lovers launch their careers, but it made 'My Heart Will Go On' Celine Dion's biggest hit and Winslet's least favorite song ever.
In the other, we have 'The Notebook,' another love story where a young working-class man, Ryan Gosling, falls in love with a woman of rich descent, Rachel McAdams. Add in disapproving parents, another suitor as competition, and an old couple reading this story as a framing device and you get one of the most celebrated romances in movie history.
We know you love free stuff. Thankfully, iTunes recognizes the value of free downloads. So how do you choose the best ones? We’ve done the work for you and picked the best of all the free iTunes downloads for the month of April 2012. Take a look below.
After a hard day’s work, why not come home and relax by watching one of the best new movies Netflix Instant has to offer for the month of April 2012? We’ve already done all the leg work for you and have picked the best new Netflix movies available on Instant. You’re welcome.
Sunday night marked the return of 'The Killing,' AMC's twisty mystery series that had viewers all abuzz over the question, "Who killed Rosie Larsen?" Had is the operative word here, as last season's finale was met with a torrent of negative buzz after the creators failed to provide an answer to the mystery they had been teasing all season.
While you may know former Guns N' Roses member (and current solo artist) Slash as a guitar god, we here at TheFW appreciate his love for our slithery, scaly friends. The rocker is a longtime fan of snakes, and at one point had over 80 of them in his home. (He gave them up after the birth of his son.) And as our pals at Loudwire recently discovered, he's also a fan of everyone's favorite Golden Girl.
Movie titles can be a tricky thing. Sometimes they're so on-the-nose they're funny ('Snakes on a Plane') and other times they're so ambiguous they leave us scratching our heads after we leave the theater. (We're still not sure what an 'Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind' is.)
But perhaps the trickiest genre of movie titles are the ones that promise a delicious experience and fail to deliver. Yes, we're talking about movies that sound like they should be about food, but are about different subjects entirely.
In one corner, we have 'The Hunger Games,' the acclaimed book series by Suzanne Collins that some say will turn into a bigger franchise than 'Twilight,' what with the upcoming movie version starring Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson. The story takes place in an alternate future where 12 boys and 12 girls are randomly chosen to fight to the death in a televised event. What'd you think? Better than a vampire romance?
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