NBA Hall of Famer Magic Johnson is educating the world on HIV awareness and the importance of getting tested. He's like a teacher with a mean slam dunk.
Thandie Newton stars in "Rogue" as an undercover cop who's fallen in love with a crime boss. The word "awkward" doesn't even begin to cover it.
Not only is Langhorne Slim a great alt-country musician, his name would make a great ladies' cigarette from the 60s. His album is The Way We Move.
In "Spring Breakers," Vanessa Hudgens plays a party girl who robs stores for kicks. So long, "High School Musical," hello "Jailhouse Rock!"
In "Wendell & Vinnie," Jerry Trainor stars as the owner of a pop culture memorabilia store. If you see a "He-Man & The Masters of the Universe" lunchbox in there, could you set it aside for us?
The very funny Emily Heller doesn't like to be called a "comedienne." Good point. If she was the host of this show, it's not like we'd call her a hostette.
Seth Green is the creator of "Robot Chicken," the best thing to happen to old 80s action figures since eBay.
Charles Phoenix can transform any boring party into a mid-century Americana kitsch masterpiece. It's like watching a crazy kaleidoscope version of "Leave It to Beaver."
Folksters Milk Carton Kids have a new album called The Ash & Clay. Don't you think it'd be kind of ironic if one of the Milk Carton Kids was lactose intolerant?
Ricky Gervais stars in "Muppets Most Wanted." We're dying to know what Fozzie's like off-set. Is he always on or does he chill out off-camera?
Deepak Chopra's new book is What Are You Hungry For?: The Chopra Solution to Permanent Weight Loss, Well-Being and Lightness of Soul. It's like a thighmaster for your chakras.
Not only is Imagine Dragons a great indie-rock band, they're also a great tongue twister if you say their name enough times. Their new album is Night Visions.