Channing Tatum recently appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" where he explained what life is like for he and his wife Jenna Dewan Tatum today.
The actor married his "Step Up" co-star in 2009, and the pair welcomed their first child, a daughter, back in May. Ever since, Tatum has been wrapping up several recent projects and adjusting to blissfully happy life at home with Dewan and their baby, Everly.
"Right now, what me and my wife like to call it- I am very fappy," the actor told Ellen DeGeneres during this appearance on Thursday. more >>
The Los Angeles Times featured an editorial cartoon illustrating the "David-versus-Goliath" confrontation that's taken place when the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences first nominated "Alone Yet Not Alone" for best song then revoked its nomination two weeks later.
The Academy said that song creator Bruce Broughton improperly emailed "members of the branch to make them aware of his submission during the nominations voting period."
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How often does the principal tell your kids to watch TV, play video games, and maybe – just maybe – read a book? I bet he sings it to "Bohemian Rhapsody" – every time!
"So everyone grab a snuggie and watch TV, or play the Wii, and maybe reeeeaaaad!" This hilarious video captures the joy of parents who get to keep their kids at home, and breaks the news to them in style.
It begins like any routine school announcement – "Hello, Stephen's parents! This is Mr. Detweiller" – but instead of the usual "school is closed tomorrow," the principal presents, "here it is, another entertaining school closing message." more >>
The activist group One Million Moms is taking aim at Disney for its storyline on "Good Luck Charlie" which recently saw the debut of lesbian parents. The organization has called upon Disney to "avoid controversial topics that children are far too young to comprehend."
Last week it was revealed that a character on "Good Luck Charlie" had lesbian parents, which was a first for the Disney Channel. Creators wanted to open minds and "be relevant to kids and families around the world and to reflect themes of diversity and inclusiveness," a spokesman told TV Guide.
One Million Moms, however, is upset that the show would feature such a theme and claims that Disney "should stick to entertaining, not pushing an agenda. Disney has decided to be politically correct instead of providing family-friendly programming," a statement from the organization read. "Conservative families need to urge Disney to avoid controversial topics that children are far too young to comprehend." more >>
Hollywood Prayer Network answers the question, "Why pray for Hollywood?" in this video. The group, which is an incredible ministry that many people can vouch for experiencing in tangible ways, says it is "a movement of prayer for the people, the projects, and the powerful impact of Hollywood: the world's most influential mission field."
HPN continues, "We are a nonprofit ministry led by industry Christians. HPN believes that by mobilizing people around the world to pray for entertainment professionals, we can be part of God's work in changing the spiritual climate of Hollywood, from the inside out. Whether you're an industry professional who wants prayer and support or a Christian who has a heart to pray for Hollywood, you can join the movement!"more >>
Republicans are easier to make fun of because they will laugh at jokes about them while Democrats will take jokes about them personally, Lorne Michaels, producer of Saturday Night Live, said in an interview with New York Magazine.
"Are there any basic rules for what works and what doesn't politically?" Michaels was asked.
"Republicans are easier for us than Democrats," he answered. "Democrats tend to take it personally; Republicans think it's funny." more >>