Ah Coachella, you neon-clad, headband-loving, sunburn inducing dream (or nightmare, depending on your feelings toward over-priced music festivals). Leave it to Aaron Paul to steal the spotlight from every headlining artist and nudist twirling with a hula hoop simply by being Aaron Paul. The Breaking Bad star photobombed a lucky couple as they were smiling amidst a sea of sweaty concert-goers. Naturally the pair posted the photo on Reddit, because they knew the world needed it, and the world upvoted.
But if my instincts are correct when it comes to Fault’s crossover potential — aka the likelihood that teens and adults alike will flock to that theater and willingly allow Green’s narrative to beat the tears out of them — it’s only a matter of time before we get Alaska. Looking For Alaska was, after all, the book that landed Green a respected space on the YA map: It was his first novel, and the one that won him the Printz Award. More recently, in 2012, it broke into the New York Times bestseller list, seven years after its initial release. The time for Looking For Alaska is now. And while I’m still open to a wide variety of Alaskas, we’ve already got a perfect Miles “Pudge” Halter — and it’s Dylan O’Brien.
She came back along with a lot of the cast for Glee’s 100th episode, but now it seems like Morris may be extending her visit a little longer than originally thought. The producers have even said they’d love to have her back for their 6th and final season. While nothing about that has been confirmed yet, we know we’ll for sure see Morris for the season five finale this May. And what exactly will her visit mean for the show and its characters? Here’s what we think.
If you grew up watching All That, you probably remember it better than most of what you learned in school, and you probably can still quote its characters by heart. Earboy? Ed? Pierre Escargot? Classics! But you’ll still find some of the revelations from the show’s cast and crew pretty surprising. Let’s take a look at what this oral history taught us.
Newcomer Ariana Grande is about to drop the lead single from her upcoming second studio album, and apparently it’s going to be INSANE. Grande premiered her new single at a dance class in New York City on Friday night (those lucky ducks!), and when the music dropped, the room went WILD. She posted a video of the class going nuts to the track on her Instagram account.
The Glee girls aren’t the only ones who can go solo, according to Overstreet. Recently, the younger brother of Hot Chelle Rae’s guitarist, Nash Overstreet, has taken to YouTube to show off Chord Overstreet’s musical prowess. Overstreet doesn’t only put his own spin on his covers, he happily strums along on his guitar to original songs as well to make it a full acoustically awesome experience. And boy, are we impressed.
In case you’ve been living under a very heavy rock for the past month or so, there is a lot of buzz surrounding the return of a little series by the name of Game of Thrones. The HBO epic drama based on George R.R. Martin’s book series A Song of Ice and Fire is kiiiiiiiiiiind of a huge deal. So much so that when a math teacher in Belgium was fed up with the behavior of his students, he threatened to spoil the series for the classroom full of fans. And now we’re here to provide a little of our own classroom arsenal with some book-based Season 4 “spoilers” for Ms. Arya Stark.