After the coffee. Before making sure I didn't get married while watching the
The Skinny: Wouldn't it have been funny if Kacey Musgraves went all Richard Sherman on
Daily Dose: If the next time a political spot comes on and the candidate mentions you by name, you may not be hallucinating. Satellite broadcasters
Oh Lorde! New Zealand singer Lorde (Ella Yelich-O’Connor) was one of the surprise winners at the Grammys last night as her hit "Royals" won best song and best pop performance. Daft Punk also cleaned up, as did Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. The show also featured a performance by
Still in fifth gear. The buddy comedy "Ride Along" had no problems staying in first place at the box office, taking in $21.2 million. Coming in second with just over $12 million was the war drama "
Exit interview. With his second term as "Tonight Show" host coming to an end next month, Jay Leno is making the rounds with farewell interviews. He's still a little bitter about the
Safe landing. Often when one gets a new boss it's time to get the resume ready. But Universal Pictures Chairman Donna Langley has apparently won over her new boss, Jeff Shell, who is chairman of Universal Filmed Entertainment. Langley's deal with the studio was renewed through 2017 and she had oversight of marketing and international production added to her gig. Details from Variety and the Los Angeles Times.
You've arrived. The New Yorker's Ken Auletta weighs in on
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