Pop Culture

Nickelodeon May Be Old School, But This Middle-Aged Network Is Still Going Strong

In today's high-tech world, children spend more time with digital devices than ever before. Although drones are used in professional realms to conduct surveillance, ensure speedy package delivery, and tackle various construction tasks with accuracy, they're also used by young people to capture incredible images and to impress their friends -- which isn't so different from other flying toys, when you really think about it. And of course, a love of digital media among children isn't anything new, either. Although two-thirds of parents worry their children spend too much time on electronic devices (kids spend more than 7.5 hours

Pop Culture

So No One Told You Life Was Gonna Be This Way: Courteney Cox Revisits 'Friends' Apartment in Instagram Post

Although 25 years have passed since the popular sitcom "Friends" was on the air, time has not dwindled fans' love for the show. And apparently, the fondness for the iconic sitcom is still very much alive in its stars, too. When Courteney Cox, who played Monica Gellar on the series, returned to the real-life site of her old apartment in New York City, thousands of fans reminisced right along with the star.In a video that has since been liked more than 600,000 times on Instagram, Cox pretends to head home to her spacious and quirky unit. She captioned

Pop Culture

Alfonso Ribeiro Drops Carlton Dance Lawsuit Against Epic Games

Fortnite is one of the most well-known video games right now -- and it's not just because it's fun to play. The maker of the game, Epic Games, Inc., has been sued by multiple parties for copyright infringement. The parties claim that Epic Games used their signature dance moves to make money off of players. But one of the parties, Alfonso Ribeiro, has recently dropped his lawsuit against the game maker.Alfonso Ribeiro is best known for his role on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air as Carlton Banks. In the more than 121 years Hollywood has been in business, this

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Top 3 Gambling Movies Of The Noughties

The 2000s was a huge decade in terms of world events, cultural breakthroughs and the steady advance of technology. In music it was the decade that Beyoncé broke through, making Crazy In Love arguably the defining song of her career. On TV The Office changed the face of comedy forever, going on to reach even greater heights than its UK debut when it underwent a US transformation and introduced Dunder Mifflin to the world. It was also the decade that saw the very first iPod launched, changing forever the way that we buy and listen to music.It was also

TV

'Beverly Hills: 90210' Revival Looks Like It Will Feature A Lot Of Familiar Faces

Who else remembers planning their entire week based on when Beverly Hills: 90210 was going to be on TV? It wasn't like we could record it easily, blank VHS tapes were pricey, so we had to watch it when it was on or miss out. Watching Brenda, Kelly, Dylan, Brandon, Donna, and everyone else hand out and get into all kinds of mayhem was the highlight of our weeks. When it ended, we were all a bit sad, but then they brought it back with a new spin-off.  The new show tried to catch that same teen spirit, but

Movies

Macaulay Culkin Clears Up Some Confusion About The 'Home Alone' Recreation

When that amazing new Google Assistant ad dropped yesterday starring Macaulay Culkin recreating all of the iconic scenes from the 1990 classic Home Alone, People absolutely lost their minds. But here's the thing, you watch it once and you're like, "Oh wow, that's hilarious!" But if you watch it a second time, you'll see that they really went all out to recreate it shot for shot. Honestly, it's almost creepy how well they did. Whether he's jumping on the bed:20th Century Fox / YouTube - GoogleUsing his aftershave:20th Century Fox / YouTube - GoogleTrimming the tree:20th Century Fox / YouTube

Celebrities

Adam Sandler's Touching Tribute To Chris Farley Caught Everyone Off Guard

It's hard to believe that it has been 21 years since we last got to enjoy something that was made by Chris Farley. He was such a big part of pop-culture, with his larger-than-life personality and his impeccable comedic timing, that his loss is still felt today. Many people talk about his movies, his time on Saturday Night Live, but his friends knew him as so much more than the characters he played. Adam Sandler was on SNL at the same time as Farley, and they became good friends. While Sandler has obviously gone on to have quite an impressive

Movies

Macaulay Culkin Is Back As Kevin From 'Home Alone' And It's Actually Amazing

It's Christmas time, and you know what that means! It's time to watch a family abandon their son in their home and not even call anyone to go take care of him while he fends off burglars and makes an enormous mess of their house! That's right, every year we all gather around the TV and watch Home Alone for the millionth time, enjoying the hilarious antics that young Kevin McCallister gets into. Macaulay Culkin's portrayal of the character is what made the movie work, well, that and the fact that the 'Wet Bandits' were pretty funny. Culkin made a

Movies

A Behind-The-Scenes Look At The New Aladdin Is Here And At Least One Of Our Wishes Was Granted

We've been waiting patiently, okay mostly patiently, since Disney announced that Aladdin was being remade. The cartoon remains one of the most iconic movies of all time, and the fact that they were going to try and bring it to life with real humans instead of the animated versions was kind of concerning. We saw the first trailer a while ago, but the only character we actually saw up close was Aladdin himself. We didn't see how the Genie looked, or Jasmine, or any of the other characters. But now, Entertainment Weekly has given us all the first look at

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SpongeBob Fans Rally To Remember Show's Creator, Petition NFL For Halftime Tribute

Around the world, there are billions of sports fans. In the United States, we're in the middle of football season. In 1930, the World Cup began taking place every four years to decide international soccer supremacy (congrats, France). Football and soccer and hockey, oh my!The United States is even playing partial host to the World Cup in 2026, with new stadiums entering into the $1.2 trillion in construction spending that's surged through the country in the last year. We never don't do big Which we've proven over again with the Superbowl, which remains a completely American staple. Among