Welcome back to the bizarro universe of Judd Apatow movies, where everyday moral challenges are pushed to the comic extreme. TIME’s Mary Pols takes a look at Aaron Green’s moral dilemma in her review of Get Him to the Greek. (via …
“He’d basically be like Muhammad Ali … I mean, Gary was gone.”
– SHANNON PRICE, ex-wife of Gary Coleman, explaining why she took the actor off of life support. (via TMZ)
The Sydney Opera House — perhaps the world’s most famous concert venue — is going to the dogs.
Twitter led SNL producers to cast Betty White as host. Now the viral campaign is afoot to cast Donald Glover as the first black Spider-Man. Are web users demanding too much? (via Techland)
TIME’s TV critic James Poniewozik gives the Golden Girls star her proper due in a post on his Tuned In blog: “With just the right blend of sass, sashay and Southern charm, McClanahan made Blanche into an icon of sexuality at a …
So that alternate reality stuff. That didn’t make all that much sense, right?
McClanahan suffered a massive stroke and died early Thursday morning, according to People. Her death makes Betty White the last surviving member of the famed TV quartet.
TMZ has the morbid audio from the 911 call made by Gary Coleman’s wife, Shannon Price, after Coleman fell in his Utah home. Coleman died on Friday after suffering a brain hemorrhage. (via TMZ)
It’s sure to be a pop culture reference point for years to come: Sir Paul McCartney performed for the Obamas at the White House on Wednesday in light of the Beatle being presented with the third annual Gershwin Prize for Popular …
With names like Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck and Method Man, who doesn’t want to be a member (in name only) of the Wu-Tang Clan? Sign. Me. Up.
“We are not going to play in Arizona. We are going to boycott Arizona.”
– ZACH DE LA ROCHA, lead singer for Rage Against the Machine, on a musician boycott of Arizona over the state’s controversial immigration law. The coalition of artists, dubbed The Sound Strike, includes Kanye West, Sonic Youth and Cypress Hill (via BBC)
Lady Gaga took to Larry King’s prime-time show Tuesday night, and revealed that she had nearly finalized plans to perform alongside Michael Jackson on his This Is It tour.