Bryce Dallas Howard stars in the new season of the trippy, scary, and just plain weird "Black Mirror." OR DOES SHE?!??! (yes, she does)
Bryce Dallas Howard
Deepak Chopra new book is entitled Radical Beauty: How to Transform Yourself from the Inside Out. We hope Deepak continues the'80s superlatives and calls his next book Totally Tubular Inner Peace.
The very funny Orlando Baxter is making his late night TV debut on CONAN. No matter what LaBamba says, Orlando, there's no late night TV debut hazing ritual.
Ron Howard has directed some incredible movies, like "Apollo 13," "Frost/Nixon," "A Beautiful Mind," & now "Inferno" but we secretly like him best when he's narrating the Bluth family.
Wayne Gretzky is a Hockey Hall of Famer, NHL's all-time leading scorer, a former captain of the L.A. Kings, and the author of 99: Stories of the Game. It'll be cool to see The Great One next to The Pale One.
D.R.A.M. stands for Does Real Ass Music. We're very happy because we're so tired of our ass music being fake. His album Big Baby D.R.A.M. is available now.
Elijah Wood stars in "Come To Daddy," in theaters February 7.
Joy Bryant stars in "Good Girls Revolt," based on the true story of women in a late '60s newsroom rebelling against their sexist workplace. Think of it as "Mad Men 2: Joan's Revenge."
Tove Lo is our favorite new Swedish pop singer. Sweden has given us Robyn, Ace of Base, & Abba; who knew that meatballs & herring made such good pop stars? Tove's album is Lady Wood.
Steven Yeun is an actor known for his role in "The Walking Dead." His latest film "Burning" is available now.
Chris Martin is gearing up with Coldplay for the next leg of their "A Head Full of Dreams" tour. Not to be confused with Andy Richter's tour, "Short-Shorts Full of Giggles" tour, happening never.