2012 and the end of the world has come and gone, but the zombie apocalypse is still circling around the zeitgeist. The newest installment to the undying genre (badum-ch) comes to theaters this June with Brad Pitt at the helm. The latest preview — set to air during this Sunday's Beyoncé concert Super Bowl — jam packs a hot thirty seconds with global zombie havoc, New York City in flames, some really intense horn blasts, and, oh yeah, Brad Pitt (whose rugged middle-aged good looks are apparently brought into greater relief by the threat of imminent death by zombies). If bath salts ever make a comeback and a zombie pandemic does wind up sweeping the globe, it's comforting to know that ol' Mr. Handsome is fighting to save us (sigh...one can dream, right?). Oh, and Brad, love your super-chic bob. So trendy right now!
Earlier this year, we told you about SocialRank, the brand new start-up from Alex Taub and Michael Schonfeld, whose goal it was to help you rank your most valuable and engaged Twitter followers based on some very specific data. Brands in particular gravitated towards the tool as a way to track and target their most prized read
Hold up, Netflix friends...sh*t is about to get crazy in Litchfield. Orange Is The New Black's next season is going to be heavy on the drama, and even heavier on the danger. Just check out the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly.
First off, the cover. Besides wild eyes — even, say, Crazy Eyes — from all of the read
The Coachella hangover has worn off, and the lull between music festivals has set in. Now, it's time to relive the best of the sets. And, on this special day, the Lorde said: "Let there be Flume!" And, Flume rose.
The Australian producer behind some of last year's biggest smashes teased his remix of Lorde's "Tennis read
Jon Snow can now add Rolling Stone cover boy to a list of accomplishments that includes scaling the wall and bedding a Wildling. In its latest issue, the magazine does a Game of Thrones deep dive that features interviews with writer George R.R. Martin and Snow's real-life counterpart Kit Harrington.
Over the course read