Liam Neeson is not stuck in the wilderness with the wolves. The poor wolves in the wilderness are stuck with Liam Neeson.

The actor's latest vehicle, The Grey, finished in first place at the box office this weekend, banking a strong $20 million in its first week of release nationwide.

Posted in: Movie News

Is Twitter about to start widely censoring and withholding Tweets for content? That's the implication of a new blog post - by the social network giant itself.

Twitter claims it will "reactively withhold content from users in a specific country - while keeping it available in the rest of the world. We have also built in a way to communicate transparently to users when content is withheld, and why."

Posted in: Twitter

It's a clash of stylish actresses from The Big Bang Theory vs. The Secret Life in THG's latest Fashion Face-Off from the 2012 Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Every nerd's fantasy, Kaley Cuoco looked simply dazzling in her light blue gown, while Shailene Woodley, who branched out from her ABC Family hit to star alongside George Clooney in The Descendants, looked equally beautiful in a floral-patterned dress.

Posted in: SAG Awards

We apologize, Adam Lambert. We're a day late in wishing you a happy 30th birthday.

But the important occasion seems worth calling attention despite our tardiness because the singer isn't asking for presents. Instead, he's asking fans to contribute to a worthwhile cause.

Posted in: Adam Lambert

They are young. They are talented. And they will be posing on the red carpets of awards ceremonies for many, many more years to come.

We're talking about Emma Stone and Michelle Williams, of course, both of whom looked dashing at last night's SAG Awards. The former starred in almost every movie that came out last year, but is most talked about these days for her role in The Help; while Williams is an Oscar contender for her portrayal in My Week with Marilyn.

Posted in: Celebrity Fashion

This isn't a "wanna get away" Snickers ad, though it sure could be.

A giant, obvious misspelling on an NYC crosswalk has city, utility and school officials pointing fingers ... and hopefully asking for more funding for the next Spelling Bee.

Posted in: LOL