Starting with comics before our generation, then transitioning into television cartoons and eventually becoming epic productions on the big screen, superheroes have given ordinary people hope for a better world and a better attitude, if only for an hour or two.
Charlie Sheen may be mentally ill. Let's get that out in the open. Sheen has been acting more than normal celebrity-crazy lately (see SCO's definition of "sheenin") and the media seems to be taking advantage of a man that does not seem to understand he is not in the right of mind.
Hastily mashed-up promos featuring hard partying began appearing on MTV in late fall last year. This time, it features teenagers in Baltimore instead of guidos in Jersey Shore. This time, it causes even more controversy.
On Nov.16, Prince William of Wales and his longtime girlfriend Kate Middleton announced their engagement. The royal engagement was sure to gain immediate media attention, but as the weeks go on, the feeding frenzy has gone overboard.
A boy and a girl meet in high school and fall in love. During their relationship, he repeatedly sneaks into her room, forbids her from seeing people she is close to and pressures her into everything from prom to marriage.
They captured millions with their gelled hair, tanned skin and tireless fist-pumping. This year Americans bonded with the young, party-loving Italian-Americans who spent an eventful summer together in one beach house on the shores of New Jersey. Now there is news to celebrate for reality television addicts - several spin-offs of MTV's "Jersey Shore" will be crashing on land.
At the 2010 Academy of Country Music Awards (ACMs) on Sunday, country fans saw familiar stars and greeted new faces. Queen of country Reba McEntire, armed with corny jokes, hosted the show for the ninth time.
Living next to or Metro stations away from the nation's capital has never been so sweet - the National Cherry Blossom Festival is currently in full force, and set to end April 11. With the combination of spring break and beautiful summer-like spring weather, D.C. has been jam packed.
Drawing in over 18 million viewers, Lady Gaga's outrageous "Telephone" video has stunned both fans and foes. In collaboration with fellow diva Beyonce, the artist gives audiences another "Monster" of a music video. And this time, the out-there star finds a way to make the "Paparazzi" go even crazier.
When Nicolas Chartier saw the $1.84 billion figure that represented the record-breaking success of "Avatar," he knew he had a problem. As the producer of rival Oscar nominee for Best Picture "The Hurt Locker," Chartier shook at the thought of a shoo-in film ruining his chance to claim the first Oscar of his career.
"Avatar" has become a movement. It's no surprise that the largest-grossing film worldwide was produced using 3-D technology that is setting a new standard in cinematography. The 3-D experience takes a moviegoer to a whole new realm of visual advancements.
Just when it seemed that the whole vampire craze had abated, more encouragement for the vampire-obsessed surfaced. As if movies, books, a TV show and Twilight paraphernalia weren't enough, New York native Joseph Gambit has created True Lore, a social networking website for "members and practitioners of the lost arts," which can include vampirism and werewolf-ism.
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