Stranger Things commanded the attention of Netflix watchers everywhere when it premiered last year, and then when it came back in 2017 for round two. Not only is the show itself amazing, but it has already contributed so much to pop culture. Admit it, you’ll never look at waffles without thinking of Eleven again. Before you go too far into a hole digging up every detail about season three, check out these items — just in time for the holidays!
It looks like Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber are trying to do their relationship completely differently this time around. The two were spotted attending church together and riding bikes around Los Angeles, and Selena even attended one of Justin’s hockey games, but now it seems they’re switching things up. People reported that Justin and Selena have decided to take a step back from the public eye. «It just got too crazy last week with all the attention,» a source said. «Justin canceled his tour to take care of his mental health and he wants to continue to focus on this. He didn’t like the chaos.» They also went on to say Selena and Justin both «agreed to stay more low-key.» Another source added the two aren’t official yet, «but it’s getting close.»
Selena and Justin first started dating in 2010 but have been on and off throughout the years. Each of them has dated other people during that time, but they always find a way to come back to each other. «Justin was Selena’s first love. He will always have a special place in her heart,» an insider said. «She’s always held out hope that one day the circumstances and timing would be right.»
The world of Blade Runner 2049 is somehow simultaneously terrifying and beautiful — and that’s thanks in large part to the film’s chilling soundtrack. No matter how you felt about the movie itself, its musical score has a certain goosebump-inducing quality to it that you’ll feel down to your very bones. If you, like so many others, aren’t ready to leave the film’s immersive sci-fi world quite yet, then just grab your headphones.
It’s doubtful that any soundtrack could make a balance between Elvis Presley and Mongolian throat-singing seem quite so natural, but that just speaks to the power of music in the immersive world created by Denis Villeneuve and Ridley Scott. Press «play» on the soundtrack playlist to experience the emotions of the film all over again, and don’t be surprised when you get the chills. With such a blend of futuristic and vintage tracks, there’s no way to avoid it.
- «2049» by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
- «Sapper’s Tree» by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
- «Flight to LAPD» by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
- «Summer Wind» by Frank Sinatra
- «Rain» by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
- «Wallace» by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
- «Memory» by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
- «Mesa» by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
- «Orphanage» by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
- «Furnace» by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
- «Someone Lived This» by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
- «Joi» by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
- «Pilot» by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
- «Suspicious Minds» by Elvis Presley
- «Can’t Help Falling in Love» by Elvis Presley and The Jordanaires
- «One For My Baby (and One More For the Road)» by Frank Sinatra
- «Hijack» by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
- «That’s Why We Believe» by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
- «Her Eyes Were Green» by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
- «Sea Wall» by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
- «All the Best Memories Are Hers» by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
- «Tears in the Rain» by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
- «Blade Runner» by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
- «Almost Human» by Lauren Daigle
Don’t forget, you’ll need to download the free Spotify software or app to listen to playlists.
Just a few days after the tragic Las Vegas shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival, Eric Church returned to the stage to perform at the Grand Ole Opry on Wednesday. Struggling to hold back tears, the country music singer told an emotional story about a man named Sonny Melton who died protecting his wife Heather during the concert. The pair also planned to see him perform at the Grand Ole Opry. Even though Eric was hesitant about returning to the stage following the tragedy, he decided to put his emotions into his music by debuting a new song called «Why Not Me.» See his emotional tribute to the victims above.
We’re nearing the beginning of season eight of The Walking Dead, which means it’s time to take stock on what’s next. With the prolific and long-running comic-book series serving as the source material for the TV show, it’s been harder and harder not to succumb to temptation and look ahead at what’s to come. How long will we get to spend with the extravagant King Ezekiel? What’s in store for Jesus, the rebel with a heart of gold? With many more comic issues to burn through yet, it’s hard not to wonder how much more of the show is left for us to see. If that question’s been on your mind, we’ve uncovered a pretty interesting answer.
As you may or may not know, Negan’s brutal arrival in season six meant we had officially reached the game-changing 100th issue of the comics. With Issue 161‘s December 2016 release, it’s clear we’ve only burned through about 2/3 of the comic books. More plainly, if it took us six seasons to get through 100 issues, we’ve still got a solid handful of seasons to go before we’re all caught up. But wait, that’s not all! To help clarify what the future may hold, creator Robert Kirkman stopped by Kevin Smith’s late-night talk show Geeking Out. Check out the clip below.
In February 2017, AMC Networks confirmed that the show isn’t going anywhere. CEO Josh Sapan stated that «the show continues to have creative strength and command a large and loyal audience, which has in turn attracted ad revenue to our great benefit.» He continued, noting that «The Walking Dead remains the number one show on television among younger viewers by a very wide margin . . . we believe it will have a long life that accrues to our strategic position and financial benefit.»
The biggest takeaway here is that there’s no end in sight for the comic books. If they make it to Issue 200, that would logically mean we could get up to 12 seasons of the TV show. Furthermore, if you consider Kirkman’s sentiment about the comics outliving the show, the sky’s really the limit. Basically, as long as AMC continues to renew the show — and it seems like they will — there will be plenty of new material to burn through. Buckle up, TWD fans. We’ve got a long way to go.
Cold Open — Season 43 kicks off with Alec Baldwin returning as Donald Trump and Aidy Bryant as Sarah Huckabee Sanders. The skit takes aim at Trump’s embarrassing response to the humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico, the NFL, and Trump’s ability to bend time via the news cycle. Watch here. (Score: 6.5/10)
Ryan Gosling Cold Open — Ryan Gosling’s entire cold open revolves around a very simple La La Land joke: «Ryan Gosling saves jazz.» It works. Emma Stone shows up, and she’s in on the joke, too, and suddenly the one thing anyone could possibly hold against Ryan Gosling has been completely diffused. Well done, Ryan Gosling, and thanks for saving jazz! (Score: 6 out of 10)
Alien Abduction — The first regular sketch of the season is a recurring one, featuring Kate McKinnon’s alien abductee, but this one has a twist: McKinnon’s character spends a great deal of the sketch playing with Ryan Gosling’s ass. For the first of many times tonight, Gosling breaks like a motherfucker. (Score: 8 out of 10)
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Levi Wokes — Jeans that are as woke as the people who wear them. The sketch is not that funny, but it has a lot of attitude. «They’re made right here in the U.S.A. By White Kids.» Watch here. (Score: 4 out of 10)
The Fliplets — Three brothers renovating houses, one of which (Ryan Gosling) is apparently using the show to work out some personal and emotional issues. Some very dark personal and emotional issues. Ryan Gosling is an amazing sociopath. (Score: 6.5 out of 10)
Weekend Update — I think that Trump finally broke Colin Jost, because he actually displays some aggressiveness toward the President. He’s making jokes, but there is some real animosity in them. Same with Michael Che, who extends that anger to the «controversy» over the flag. Let it loose guys. Unleash. Fuck both sides. Thank you for finally picking one. An undercurrent of anger is what has been missing from «Weekend Update» for the last two years, so thank you Jost and Che for finally showing up. Welcome to the present, fellas. (Score: 9 out of 10)
Kate McKinnon also reprises her Angela Merkel. She’s a’ight. Alex Moffat also does a segment giving dating advice as a «Guy Who Just Bought a Boat.» Ryan Gosling joins him with the assist, and they make a lot of really bad jokes while making fun of their small penises. I like it. I don’t know why. It’s dumb as hell, but I’m in an unusually forgiving mood.
Henrietta and the Fugitive — Ryan Gosling speaking passionately to a chicken (Aidy Bryant) can’t quite save this one, but Gosling breaking character because of all the costume mishaps and the total absurdity of the premise at least salvages it to a degree. It’s a stupid sketch, but stupid enough to sort of kind of work. Watch here. (Score: 4.5 out of 10)
Pizza Hut Spot — A fancy Italian restaurant secretly replaces its food with pasta from Pizza Hut, and while it blows two couples’ minds, one couple (Gosling and Cecily Strong) who love the pasta are furious once they discover it’s from Pizza Hut. «You get off on this? Placing your cameras all around and watching women eat garbage? … I ought to beat the death out of you.» Gosling still can’t keep it together, either. Watch here. (Score: 6 out of 10)
Avatar — In a pretaped segment, Gosling plays a man who is emotionally disturbed over the terrible font choice (Papyrus) in the logo for the Avatar movies. It’s silly as hell, but how often do you see typeface snobbery explored on television? NEVER. That’s how often. Thank you, SNL, for finally covering this very important issue. You know what? For that alone, I give it a (Score: 10 out of 10)
Terrible 10 to 1 Sketch — Gosling can’t even keep it together during sketches that are painfully unfunny. He’s playing an angry, distraught flautist, but it’s not convincing because he’s SMILING THE ENTIRE TIME. He’s charming, so forgiven, but the sketch is still super bad even though Leslie Jones also loses it (what is going on tonight?) Watch here. (Score: 2 out of 10)
Khloé Kardashian is reportedly expecting her first child with boyfriend Tristan Thompson, and the fact that the news came just days after her sister Kylie Jenner’s pregnancy was announced has many wondering: what’s in the Calabasas water?! From praise for Kris Jenner’s «coordination» skills to rumors of a family pregnancy pact, read on to see the funniest reactions to Khloé’s exciting news on social media.
Norman Reedus and Diane Kruger have been going strong for quite a while now, but before she came along, Norman was linked to a handful of models. While the Walking Dead actor usually never comments on his love life, he dated former Victoria’s Secret Angel Helena Christensen in 1998 and the two even have a 17-year-old son together. Keep reading to see all the women Norman was linked to before he got together with Diane.
Beyoncé knows how to keep us at the edge of our seats. The last few years have been huge for the singer, who dropped two surprise visual albums; performed at the Super Bowl; embarked on the Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, On the Run Tour, and Formation World Tour; and welcomed two beautiful twins into the world. Beyoncé has balanced her busy work life with sweet family time and spent the years sharing many of her personal and professional moments on her blog, including behind-the-scenes snaps, sexy onstage pics, and bikini-filled vacations. If you love Queen Bey as much as we do, take a look at some of her sexiest moments over the years.