Monday, March 30, 2020

Celebrity

Atlanta Names $11-Million Drill In Honor Of Killer Mike

Killer Mike has had an impressive 18 months. He seemingly recorded and toured non-stop with his indie rap group, Run the Jewels. He partnered with Bernie Sanders to promote the Vermont senator’s presidential campaign, which led to a series...

Sex, Drugs, And Privilege: How The Movie ‘White Girl’ Frames Race

Many films that critics label “exploitative” don’t go far enough. Such was the case with Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers, a Skrillex-induced fever dream about three girls willing to chase their next high wherever it may lead them, even if...

The Big Lebowski’s Jesus Spotted On NYC Subway

Last month, news broke that John Turturro is directing and starring in a spin-off of The Big Lebowski based on his cult character, the pederast Jesus “The Jesus” Quintana. The movie began filming last month, but we’ve had scant...

How To Make The Cocktail Bill Murray Named While Bartending

Bill Murray recently gave the public another chance to fawn over him while guest bartending at his son's bar in Brooklyn.According to The New York Times, the actor arrived an hour late for his shift at 21 Greenpoint on Friday,...

Last Human On Earth To Hear Rihanna’s ‘Umbrella’ Finally Hears It

It's possible my younger daughter played it, and I was spacing out. Missed it. That is possible. I could've been in an elevator, or a cafe, or a bowling alley, a garage, a Hungarian disco (mash-up), a pizza parlor,...

Visualize The News: Brangelina, New Yorkers Rule, Skittles Edition

Within our hyper-accelerated news culture, it can be tough to keep up with everything. But maintaining an informed populace remains vital to our culture. So for those stories that don’t quite need your undivided attention, we’re helping you digest...

Werner Herzog’s Hot Take of The Day: Building Big Things

Acclaimed filmmaker Werner Herzog is best known for his obsessions with the monumental issues of human existence: technology, art, beauty, death, the unforgiving brutality of nature, and the exploration of the unknown. But he also considers—and complains about—the banality...

“Mad Max” Series Goes Prequel, Will Focus On Charlize Theron’s Furiosa

When I think of Mad Max: Fury Road, my first thought isn’t the death-defying stunts, or Tom Hardy’s muteness, or that one flame-throwing guitar Slash wannabe. It’s always Charlize Theron’s eyes. Lightning-blue amidst that black sludge filling her face....

Fresh Playlist: Kim Gordon Is Still Badass And D.R.A.M. Flies High

With new music flying like warp-speed through the various channels of the Internet, it can be hard to keep up. But worry not! Each week The Fresh Toast will deliver the most-discussed and exciting songs that have recently dropped....

Hillary Clinton: Taco Trucks on Every Corner “Sounds Absolutely Delicious”

Two weeks ago, a founder of the Latinos for Trump group said if Donald Trump isn’t elected president, there will be taco trucks on every corner, like that’d be a bad thing. Last night, Hillary Clinton finally responded to the bold...

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