We’re not sure this will be of even passing interest to you if you’re not already familiar with Breaking Bad and Disney‘s Frozen, but as the likes of that are few and far between, we figure it’s safe to share this here.
Amidst highs and lows and surprises of the most unfortunate sort, the indomitable AC/DC — a strong candidate for the title of “biggest band in the world” — soldier on into 2015, doing what they’ve always done better than anyone.
After 25 years of separation, since their births, and with each being entirely unaware that the other even existed for most of that time, identical twins Samantha Futerman and Anaïs Bordier are sharing with the world the remarkable story of how they were reunited via Facebook.
Seemingly in an effort to promote their upcoming Christmas Day release, The Interview, Hollywood’s favorite professional wiseguy-polymaths, James Franco and Seth Rogen, will be appearing on Discovery Channel‘s wilderness survival series, Naked and Afraid.
Longstanding Today Show meteorologist Al Roker is — as of this writing on Thursday afternoon — attempting to break the world record for longest uninterrupted live weather report broadcast, at a rather staggering 34 hours.
It is now common knowledge that, in the world of American retail, the day afterThanksgiving — the official start of the Christmas shopping season — is called Black Friday; as the holidays are the time of year when most retail businesses go into profit, or “into the black.”
Marvel Studios (and its parent company, Disney) had originally intended to debut the trailer for its highly anticipated Avengers: Age of Ultron — due in theaters next May — during an episode of the TV show Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. next week. The Internet, however, had other plans.