Metallica’s James Hetfield has fought with (and beaten his) addictions for a while, and that he revealed in an interview with Road Recovery. In admitting that how addiction nearly ruined his life as well as his relationships, Hetfield said, “You wouldn’t really like me if
Plastic surgery is quite a common practice among celebrities. With the profession requiring that they look their absolute best in every single shot or at every single event, a good portion of celebrities decide to defy nature and opt for certain modifications of their features.
Long before the trial-launch of YouTube Music Key Service, music still remained one of the biggest reason why YouTube was used in 2014. This is because of the manner in which popular musicians built their list of subscribers using Google’s video service over the last
Contemporary audiences might recognize the late Elmore Leonard most for the series Justified, which appears on FX TV. Storied film and literature buffs know of a richer history, of a man writing quirky and sometimes comedic crime dramas. Leonard’s early work was largely based in
If you have not already watched these movies, you might want to give them some attention before the end of the year is here. These movies have fared well in terms of earnings but have also gained public acclaim for being great entertainment. Mockingjay Part
Christmas is inherently a time of great joy. Add to that some wonderful movie releases and you get to have a great celebration. Let’s have a look at some of the releases we are excited about for the 25th of December. Into the Woods This
2015 can be easily considered the year of upcoming sequels. Some expected sequels would be Jurassic World, Ted 2, Star Wars: Episode VII, James Bond 24 and Fast and Furious 7. The Woman in Black: Angel of Death Angel of Death is the sequence to
Lana Del Rey While her 2012 major-label debut album amassed mixed reviews, no one can deny it’s hit status. The sales amounted to 5 million copies and extensive airplay. With that in mind, her follow up album is expected to generate more sales and airplay.
Written by Samuel Phineas Upham Lego began in 1916, when carpenter Ole Kirk Christiansen purchased a shop for woodworking in Denmark. It was used mostly for materials for houses and furniture, and the shop burned down in 1924 after an accidental fire started from wood
The Rolling Stones, Altamont This concert was a wrap up to their very successful US tour. Instead, it turned out to be nothing short of a disaster. They hired members of the Hells Angels to ensure security, which turned out to be a bad idea.