Moviefone was made famous in the early '90s as a way for people to get movie showtimes over the phone, and was later cemented as a pop culture landmark as the focus of a classic 'Seinfeld' episode (wherein Kramer's phone number is one digit away from the Moviefone number, so he begins to adopt the role of Mr. Moviefone with hilarious results), but as of today, Moviefone is no more. Aol announced that it is shutting down the 777-FILM number and the Moviefone service, prompting many people to wonder aloud, Moviefone was still around?
It remains to be seen if 'Game of Thrones' season 4 will follow through on the pattern of previous Sundays with any new trailers or behind-the-scenes "Foreshadowing"s of the vengeance to come, but in the meantime, we have an early treat. Check out an extended look at the size of Dany's dragons in season 4, as well as the latest behind-the-scenes preview of production from Iceland!
Though he's been adept in all genres, it's worth noting that Will Smith has had some of his biggest hits while making genre films, specifically science fictions movies. Perhaps that's why he's circling the lead role in Universal's 'Brilliance.'
Last night, Jimmy Fallon officially ushered in a new era of 'The Tonight Show' and, besides a move to New York City, already made the show his own. Can you imagine Jay Leno ever doing The Humpty Dance in a "The Evolution of Hip-Hop Dancing"?
It's the Throwback Thursday of all Throwback Thursdays. Actress Sarah Michelle Gellar sent us back to the late '90s and the early '00s when she tweeted a pic of herself and her former 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' co-stars Michelle Trachtenberg and Seth Green on set of her new show 'The Crazy Ones.'
We agree with Sir Ben Kingley's sentiment in this Jaguar Super Bowl 2014 commercial that British actors are always being typecast as villains in Hollywood. Luckily, he's brought two other British actors who are also synonymous for playing villains to help prove a point -- that British supervillains are always classy and sophisticated. And what would such classy bad guys do besides ride in private jets and drink the finest beverages? Drive Jaguars, of course.
The West Michigan Symphony has announced a children’s musical story time program with performances based on three beloved children’s books.
Using the books written by Doreen Cronin, the Symphony will entertain children, ages 3-7, through an event that allows them to meet the musicians and learn new music skills through fun and interactive skits. Featured stories include Click Clack Moo, Gig
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