Daniel Craig has been effective and controversial in his role as James Bond. He is the first blonde Bond, which really bothered some people (who conveniently forgot Sean Connery wore a toupee in all of his Bond films), and expertly brought out the dark, brooding, and broken side of 007. He is also getting grey around the temples, causing some to wonder if he is too old to play the part. Apparently, he isn't.
In one of the more insane cases of corporate trademarks (which, WOW, we sure have seen some real doozies!) the WWE has trademarked the Bible verse "3:16." The number was popularized by Stone Cold Steve Austin after he beat Jake "The Snake" Roberts in 1996, leading to a series of merchandise reading "Austin 3:16." So, I guess that means WWE is more powerful than the Bible?
Stephen Colbert had never met Wild Turkey Bourbon's Chief Storyteller and Academy Award winner Matthew McConaughey, before last night, but I'll be a monkey's uncle if they didn't get along like long lost friends. The two Southern gents got along swimmingly while sipping on some 17 year bourbon discussing everything from why Rom-Coms are harder to do than drama, what makes whiskey so great, and why McConaughey is still the sexiest man alive.
The quickest ways to start an argument in the south is to bring up college football or religion. But when you go and throw a fidget spinner into the mix, things get nasty.
Let's start with one thing. Michael Keaton didn't play Batman. Michael Keaton is Batman. He's the one true Batman. I love you, Adam West, but it's the way it is.
Get out the tissues everyone, Milo Ventimiglia is on TV. Ventimiglia, star of "This Is Us", man responsible for a million tears, sat down with Stephen Colbert and everyone got misty-eyed.
It turns out, Chris Pratt is human. He just plays a superhero on TV.