Birdbox Studio shows off their 2014 Christmas pop-up card with a difference. Merry Christmas!
Nominations for the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards were announced Thursday morning, and “Birdman” leads with bids in seven categories mirroring it’s success in the Screen Actors Guild nominees! It’s in the best motion picture, comedy or musical, along with nominations for best actor Michael Keaton, supporting actors Emma Stone and Edward Norton and director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu. Richard Linklater’s coming-of-age saga “Boyhood” and World War II code-breaker tale “The Imitation Game” trailed with five nods apiece. Those two films lead a best drama category that also includes true crime drama “Foxcatcher,” civil rights drama “Selma” and the Stephen Hawking biopic “The Theory of Everything.” The nominations were announced live from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.” Kate Beckinsale, Jeremy Piven, Paula Patton and Peter Krause were on hand to read the nominees in the top categories. And for the third time in a row, the Globes telecast will be hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, airing live from the Beverly Hilton on Sunday, January 11. Last year’s awards drew 20.9 million viewers, marking it the most-watched Globes since 2004.
This has always been on of those Christmas Cards that gets a lot of views every year on my website! Christmas Eve is an exciting time, even for little doggies!
Nominations for the 21st annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced Wednesday morning. Birdman and Modern Family scored the most nominations, with four each, including nominations for best motion picture cast and best comedy series ensemble. Birdman was also nominated for best actor (Michael Keaton), best supporting actor (Edward Norton) and best supporting actress (Emma Stone). Boyhood scored the second most film nominations, with three, including ones for best motion picture cast, best supporting actor (Ethan Hawke) and best supporting actress (Patricia Arquette). On the TV side, Modern Family is up for best comedy series ensemble, best comedy actor (two noms: Ty Burrell and Eric Stonestreet) and best comedy actress (Julie Bowen). The show is currently tied with ER for the most ensemble wins, at four each, a record Modern Family could break with another trophy in 2015. Other multiple TV nominees include Boardwalk Empire, Game of Thrones and Homeland, which each scored three nominations, including recognition for their stunt ensembles. Downton Abbey, Orange Is the New Black, The Big Bang Theory and Veep landed two nominations each. HBO scored the most TV SAG nominations this year with 14, followed by ABC, Netflix and Showtime, with five noms each. It was previously announced that Debbie Reynolds would receive the Life Achievement Award.
Ansel Elgort and Eva Longoria joined SAG-AFTRA president Ken Howard to reveal the nominees, from the Pacific Design Center, with the announcement telecast live on TNT and TBS and webcast live. The awards will be handed out Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015 in a ceremony to be simulcast on TNT and TBS live at 8 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. PT.
YouTube Rewind 2014. Celebrating the moments, memes, and people that made 2014. 9 million views in it’s first day!
This ultra green light display only costs $6 in electricity to run for the entire season. What about the cactus? It’s been part of this couple’s display before there was a display. They found it alongside the road and fell in love with it. (plus they live in Texas so they can get away with it)
BELOW: Anna, Elsa, Kristoff and Olaf from the Disney film Frozen light up Cinderella Castle during the new A Frozen Holiday Wish show at the Magic Kingdom. This is Olafs first appearance at one of the parks.
Saturday Night Live focused on the first Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer, which has been the subject of intense scrutiny over the past week, with all the analysis, debate, parody and homage. Guest SNL host James Franco headed up an obviously aging Star Wars cast!
December is the biggest month for couples breaking up, and here, a couple breaks up with each other (via the use of 154 movie titles)!
You all know “The 5-Second-Rule” about eating food off the ground, right? This video from Michael Stevens of Vsauce shows that it may not be as safe as you think. Lots of evidence in this scientific look at what really happens in just a nano second to your crumbs, clumps or slices of food that slipped from your hands or lips onto good old terra firma, and real experiments that show how food can pick up germs, in far less than 5 seconds. Some facts: 50 percent of men use the 5-second rule, 70 percent of women do. 93 percent of shoes have fecal material on them. In five seconds about 150-8,000 bacteria bond to dropped food, wet or dry and it only takes 10 seconds for some strains of salmonella to infect you.
As Jimmy Kimmel points out, When it rains in L.A. people get excited to wear their rain jackets, hats and boots and then the sun comes out at noon and everyone looks like a nut. But it’s good, because while you may not have heard it yet, we need the rain.
Hey moms & dads! Who knew? There really is a tooth fairy that has made quite a difference in these young kids lives going forward when it comes to brushing their teeth!