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An A-list celeb has finally offered to perform at Trump’s inauguration

The struggle has proved to be oh so real for President-elect Donald Trump as he frantically searches for celebrities to perform at his inauguration on January 20. Though Trump has been shut down by some big names like Elton John, things began to look up on Friday, when one bold and talented A-list celebrity straight-up offered to perform. Who? Well, Alec Baldwin, of course. SEE ALSO: Rockettes’ producers give in to internet, will not require Rockettes to perform Baldwin, who you may know as the actor who plays Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live, is not a big fan of the president-elect. Nevertheless, he saw what a hard time Trump was having booking decent entertainment, so he decided to help the guy out by volunteering to sing the classic AC/DC song, “Highway to Hell” on his big night. Read more…More about Twitter, Conversations, Inauguration, 2016 Election, and Entertainment

Eagles of Death Metal asks fellow artists to help Paris victims

When Eagles of Death Metal’s Paris concert was attacked by terrorists on Nov. 13, one of the lives claimed was that of merchandise manager Nick Alexander. In the wake of the attacks, which band member Josh Homme called “senseless and violent,” the band has launched Play It Forward, an initiative inviting other artists to cover Eagles of Death Metal’s “I Love You All The Time” and donate all proceeds to those affected by the attacks See also: President Obama honors Paris attack victims at Le Bataclan The invitation to participate came via an open letter from Homme, in which he asks his peers to “donate their time, talent and good will in a show of solidarity to help the victims of these atrocious acts in Paris and those affected by terrorism worldwide.” All proceeds will go to The Sweet Stuff Foundation, a charity that assists ill and struggling musicians and their families; until the end of the year, it’s sending all donations to those affected by the attacks in Paris Read more…More about Music, Entertainment, Conversations, Paris Attacks, and Eagles Of Death Metal

Mathematical! An ‘Adventure Time’ movie is in the works

Oh my glob, Jake the dog and Finn the Human are coming to the big screen. Warner Bros. is developing a full-length Adventure Time movie under the guidance of The Lego Movie producers Chris McKay and Roy Lee, Deadline reported on Friday. No release date has been set as of yet. See also: Artists Reimagine ‘Adventure Time’ as Other Iconic Characters For the uninitiated, the popular Cartoon Network TV show follows Finn, the last human in the Land of Ooo, and his best friend, a morphing yellow dog named Jake. The pair go on wild adventures to protect the citizens of Ooo, who range from magical creatures to anthropomorphic candy (yes, candy) Read more…More about Entertainment, Tv, Movies, Cartoons, and Nerdy

Culture Jamming: Who’s Helping Celebrities Go Viral?

Six months ago, Richard Simmons was better known for his spandex and ’80s fitness videos more so than his social media following.On the edge of falling off the pop culture radar,however, the 65-year-old recently made a resurgence into the spotlight. Simmons’ seemingly random red carpet appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards in August netted him 37 million mentions across social networks and turned his name into a trending Twitter topic. Meanwhile, at theEmmys in September, Simmons’ camp live tweeted the ceremony, sharing memes and GIFs of him dressed as characters from nominated shows. The content reportedly reached nearly 20 million people Read more…More about Youtube, Entertainment, Social Media, Celebrities, and Branding

How Realistic Do ‘Grand Theft Auto’ Fans Really Want It To Be?

When gamers talk about wanting more realistic game, they’re talking about realistic graphics, not a need for the characters to pop into CVS before their next shoot-out. See also: ‘GTA V’: Deeper and Better Than Ever But CollegeHumor imagined a world where the developers behind the eagerly anticipated Grand Theft Auto: V were a little more literal. In this version of the game, you have to live with the real-life consequences of reckless driving — like the hassle of exchanging insurance info with the guy you rear-ended on your way to blow up a helicopter. It might not be as fun as the actual GTA:V, but this version probably would be more popular with parents. Read more…More about Video, Video Games, Gaming, Grand Theft Auto, and Watercooler