While some are still basking in the cheap tinsel glow of so-called “Oscar Gold,” others have turned their attentions to those who would scoff at such a meager, symbolic substitute; those whose cars, houses, shoes, toilets, and neckties are all made of only the finest and rarest of ores and stones, and who care not one whit for your little “Best Adapted Screenplay” trinket.
The 86th Academy Awards ceremony is upon us on March 2. Below is one of many entries you’ll likely find here at the blog relating to this event; this one taking the form of one of our lovely PeekScore lists.
The evening of Sunday March 2 is, of course, no ordinary night. It is the night that Hollywood gives itself a pat on the back for being so danged wonderful. It is, indeed, Oscar night. PeekYou is on top of it, and are here to do our part.
Due to a just announced, major change in the Nevada State Athletic Commission‘s policy on testosterone-replacement therapy, Vitor Belfort (PeekYou profile here), has been forced to drop out of his middleweight title shot against Chris Weidman (PeekYou profile here) at UFC 173 on May 24.
While many contest the legitimacy of, and/or even the necessity for, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, that same many can sometimes also be heard to complain that this favorite act or that has yet to be inducted. One name that had been frequently bandied about for years in such laments was that of New York based theatrical rockers, Kiss.
As is buzzing throughout the Web at the time we’re typing this (as reported here by MTV, and elsewhere), a cast has been announced for Fox‘s planned rebooted film franchise of the popular Marvel Comics title Fantastic Four.
Trending at the moment is singer/songwriter/rapper/producer/actor, Cee Lo Green (PeekYou profile here), who announced on Ellen on Wednesday that he will not be returning to NBC‘s popular singing contest, The Voice.
Jimmy Fallon’s moment of ascent to filling the newly vacant “seat that Steve Allen built (but Johnny Carson made immortal)” has arrived, and on this occasion — unlike the last time Jay Leno handed off his desk — it appears to have been a peaceful transition of power.