Are you Teen Wolf's biggest fan? Now is the time to prove it! Creation Entertainment is hosting one of the coolest Teen Wolf fan conventions, Days Of The Wolf, all over the U.S. this year and we've got weekend passes for 5 hopeful fans!
Creation Entertainment proudly salutes the cast and crew of the MTV hit series Teen Wolf , as a follow up on 2014’s great debut for this convention. They are rolling out the blood red carpet for you to come and join the celebration, like meeting and getting to know Teen Wolf stars, getting their autographs and photo ops, and of course hanging out with fellow fans from around the world and enjoying all the events on April 25-26, in Whippany, NJ.
Teen Wolf Stars currenty scheduled to attend:
Tyler Posey - Scott McCall
Tyler Hoechlin - Derek Hale
Ian Bohen - Peter Hale
Orny Adams - Coach Bobby Finstock
Linden Ashby - Sherrif Stilinski
Arden Cho - Kira Yukimura
Dylan Sprayberry - Liam Dunbar
Check back on Creation Entertainment's website to see if any additional guests are added to the lineup and to see what amazing things they have scheduled for the weekend.
We're looking to send some of the biggest Teen Wolf fans to this New Jersey convention in April and we want that to be you!
In order to enter, you must:
1. Follow @hollywood_com and like us on Facebook
2. Tweet us why you should win, with the hashtag #HWDtoDOTWNJ (make sure you include the hashtag if you want your entry considered!)
You can recieve extra entries by commenting your reasons on our Facebook link for this event as well!
Five winners will be chosen! Your prize will include 2 passes to the Days Of The Wolf in Whippany, NJ April 25-26. Hollywood.com will only provide passes to the event, no transportation/hotel stays included. This contest is open only to U.S. citizens.
You can buy tickets to #DOTWNJ here and autographs/photo ops with the cast. Might we suggest getting the photo op for the "Tyler Sandwich"?
Rocker Steven Tyler will serenade Hollywood movie producer Ryan Kavanaugh and his model fiancee Jessica Roffey when they exchange vows next week (begs09Mar15). The Fighter producer proposed to the Sports Illustrated swimsuit model in September (14) and the happy couple is hoping Friday the 13th will prove to be a lucky charm as the lovers plans to tie the knot in a California beach ceremony.
The newlyweds will then celebrate their nuptials with a reception at Nobu Malibu, where Aerosmith star Tyler will perform, according to the New York Post.
Kavanaugh previously wed ballerina Britta Lazenga in 2011, but they divorced last year (14).
Actress Aisha Tyler had to sit out Monday's (02Mar15) episode of her U.S. daytime show The Talk after heavy snow on Sunday (01Mar15) forced airline bosses to cancel her Los Angeles-bound flight from America's East Coast. The Archer star managed to get a new flight on Monday morning, but then got stuck in traffic as she tried to rush from LAX Airport to The Talk's studio and ended up missing the taping. Her former Friends co-star Lisa Kudrow, who was the show's interviewee, sat in on the panel in Tyler's absence. Another actress, Alyssa Milano, also appeared as a guest co-presenter in place of Sara Gilbert, who gave birth to her first child with Linda Perry on Saturday (28Feb15).
Kanye West has publicly apologised to Beck almost three weeks after the rapper staged a silent protest at the Grammy Awards when the rocker picked up the Album of the Year honour. West briefly took the stage at the prizegiving in Los Angeles and appeared ready to interrupt Beck's acceptance speech, just like he did at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2009 when Taylor Swift beat his pal Beyonce to the Best Female Video trophy, but he reconsidered his actions at the last minute, smiled and returned to his seat.
He later lashed out at Beck in an aftershow interview, insisting that the Loser singer should have handed the accolade to Beyonce, because she was the more obvious winner.
While Beck brushed off West's comments, the rapper later admitted that he hadn't listened to the singer/songwriter's Grammy-winning Morning Phase album prior to his outburst, and after hearing the record, he confessed it was actually "kinda good", and had even obtained Beck's contact information to apologise to him.
And on Thursday (26Feb15), West took to Twitter.com to show his remorse in a public forum, and wrote, "I would like to publicly apologize to Beck, I'm sorry Beck."
West also apologised to singer Bruno Mars, who he also previously disrespected, and invited the Uptown Funk singer to join him in the studio for a collaboration on his new record, which he is producing with Sean 'Diddy' Combs and longtime collaborator 88-Keys.
West wrote, "I also want to publicly apologize to Bruno Mars, I used to hate on him but I really respect what he does as an artist. I also would love for Bruno to sing this hook on this song 88 Keys/Puff and I produced... I even asked (rapper) Tyler (the Creator) to shoot the vid (video)."
Beck and Mars have yet to respond to West's apology.
We've already discussed Easter Eggs in movies and the many ways filmmakers create in-jokes and references for savvy viewers and those in the know, but today we're taking a look at filmmakers referencing other filmmakers (or their stars...or themselves). We bet you'll never watch these movies the same way again.
Honoring Directors They Admire:
1. Star Wars in Star Trek
It's no surprise that Super 8 director J. J. Abrams is a Star Wars fan, but we bet you never caught R2-D2's appearance in both Star Trek and Star Trek: Into Darkness. It looks like Star Wars: The Force Awakens won't be Abrams' first time with the Star Wars world.
Giving a Nod To Its Stars' Careers
2. Romy and Michele's High School Reunion's wink at Quentin Tarantino
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The comedy has a few subtle references to Quentin Tarantino's film universe. At the time, Mira Sorvino (Romy) was dating Tarantino. Thus, the keen eye can discern a Big Kahuna Burger take-out bag behind Michele's head in the scene where they pig out and decide to emulate top female executives. In one of the next scenes, an ad for Red Apple Cigarettes can be seen behind their car. Both of these brands were made up by Tarantino for his films. Red Apple cigarettes can be seen in films like Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, Four Rooms, and From Dusk Til Dawn.
3. Bruce Willis' Favorite Song
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Die Hard With A Vengeance has a Pulp Fiction reference in it! Who knew? Bruce Willis' Pulp Fiction character, Butch, is driving around while "Flowers on the Wall" by the Statley Brothers plays on his radio and he sings along before running into Marsellus Wallace. Die Hard's John McClane exits a cab in the 1995 film with Samuel L. Jackson and references his time suspended by reciting the same lyrics from Pulp Fiction: "I was working on a nice fat suspension. Smokin cigarettes and watching Captain Kangaroo." Willis starred in Pulp Fiction with Jackson between Die Hard 2 and Die Hard With A Vengeance.
4. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas with Rango
The beginning of Rango features the Johnny Depp-voiced reptile landing on the windshield of a convertible driven by none other than Duke and Gonzo from Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Johnny Depp paying tribute to Johnny Depp.
5. Adam Brody in Mr. & Mrs. Smith
20th Century Fox via Everett Collection
Okay, maybe everyone just really loves Fight Club and Brad Pitt, right? In the 2005 rom-com action movie, Seth Cohen plays the man they're both assigned to kill, which is how they realize they're both spies. The whole time, Brody is wearing a Fight Club t-shirt. It's pretty obvious whose side he's on.
6. Fight Club Starring Brad Pitt
20 Century Fox
Fight Club has a bunch of hidden gems in it, including advertisements for its main stars. Theater marquees within the movie advertise films starring Brad Pitt (Seven Years In Tibet), Edward Norton (The People Vs. Larry Flynt), and even Helena Bonham Carter (The Wings of the Dove, although it's obscured by a bus in the scene, so this is questionable).
Paying Homage To Themselves:
7. The Social Network's Tyler Durden
Fight Club's director David Fincher has also been known to reference his own movies. In The Social Network, Jesse Eisenberg's Zuckerberg uses Facebook for help on an Art History assignment. The profile he's viewing? Tyler Durden's.
8. Charlie and The Chocolate Factory
In the Tim Burton adaptation of Roald Dahl's classic, Charlie's father works for Smilex toothpaste factory; this is a reference to the poison Joker unleashed on Gotham in the Burton-directed Batman by hiding it in their toothpaste. During a tour of the factory, Wonka walks by a room of pink sheep as he says, "I'd rather not talk about this one." While this may just seem like a way to accentuate his eccentricity, Burton's actually referencing his Ed Wood biopic, also starring Johnny Depp; director Ed Wood was a notorious cross-dresser with an affinity for pink wool. In other scenes throughout the movie, children in the Halloween flashback wear masks of Lock, Shock, and Barrel from The Nightmare Before Christmas and a door in the factory is marked "BeetleJuicing."
9. Before Sunrise/Waking Life/Dazed and Confused
Fox Searchlight Pictures
Oscar-nominated writer-director Richard Linklater's film worlds seem to intersect at times. Like when Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy reprise their characters Jesse and Celine from Before Sunrise in the rotoscope dream movie Waking Life, which they then reference in Before Sunset. But there are subtler ways in which the films inhabit the same world: pinball. The same pinball machine can be found in at least three of Linklater's films: Waking Life, Before Sunrise, and Dazed and Confused.
10. Friends With Benefits picks up Easy A
Director Will Gluck references his 2010 hit comedy Easy A in the totally-okay-but-not-as-successful 2011 film Friends With Benefits. The sign at the airport for an "O. Penderghast" alludes to Emma Stone's character in Easy A. Stone appears in both films and is flawless in both.
Paying Tribute To Other Directors:
11. Indiana Jones/Star Wars/E.T.
R2-D2 makes another appearance - this time in Raiders of the Lost Ark. Spielberg paid tribute to Indiana Jones writer George Lucas by including hieroglyphics of the Star Wars droid in the 1981 film. Three years later, Spielberg did it again by naming a club in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom after Obi-Wan Kenobi.
12. E.T. in Star Wars
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And then George Lucas thanks Steven Spielberg by featuring E.T. the Extra Terrestrial in Star Wars: The Phantom Menace.
13. Evil Dead 2/Nightmare on Elm Street
Director Sam Raimi pays homage to Wes Craven in Evil Dead II: Dead by Dawn by sneaking iconic slasher Freddy Krueger's glove in the background of a few scenes.
Paying Tribute To The Genre:
Scream is more jam-packed with references than most other movies. It's basically a two-hour homage to the horror genre entirely. The character Billy Loomis borrows his last name from Psycho's Sam Loomis before quoting Anthony Perkins as Norman Bates. The janitor outside Principal Himbry's office (played by director Wes Craven himself) is named Fred and wears Freddy Krueger's iconic striped shirt. The film is so saturated with in-jokes and references that it's pretty easy for even the most savvy viewers to miss Scream Queen Linda Blair's brief cameo. Take comfort in understanding the constant name-checking of other horror flicks.
For the last six years, Parks and Recreation's resident goofy guy, Andy Dwyer, has been teaching us the most valuable life lessons.
1. The great history of the White House:
2. Never run:
3. Crushes are embarrassing for everyone:
4. What to do when you need to distract people:
5. How to make your life 5x better:
6. What to do when life gets tough:
7. On deciding where to move:
8. How to let a person know you're interested in them:
9. You don't need to know what you're doing, you just need to be confident:
10. It's not always called "crying":
11. Butter is more than a common dairy product:
12. The 5-second rule always applies:
13. It's actually not mother nature:
14. Get ninjas to do your dirty work:
15. Sometimes, it's a good idea to just not do anything:
16. Fake it until you make it:
17. Find enjoyment in the simple things in life:
18. When you can't take a full one, take a "Dwyer Shower":
19. If you see an opportunity to ask for something you want, do it:
20. Sometimes life stinks:
21. Despite all of his silliness, he does have heartfelt, smart lessons to teach:
New mother Liv Tyler has sparked rumours she is engaged to wed boyfriend Dave Gardner after she was photographed wearing a large diamond on her left ring finger. The Armageddon star and her sports agent beau stepped out in New York City on Friday (20Feb15) to visit their nine-day-old son Sailor Gene in hospital, and she was sporting what appeared to be an engagement ring on her left hand.
A representative for the actress has yet to comment on the speculation.
Sailor Gene was born six weeks early, but is "healthy" and is expected to remain under doctors' care "for a while".
If Tyler is engaged, it will be her second wedding - she was married to rocker Royston Langdon from 2003 to 2009 and the former couple shares a 10-year-old son, called Milo.
Gardner also has another child, seven-year-old boy Gray, with his ex-wife, British actress Davinia Taylor.
New mother Liv Tyler and her boyfriend, sports agent David Gardner, have named their baby boy Sailor Gene Gardner. The tot, the couple's first child, was born on 11 February (15). He joins the actress' son Milo, 10, from her previous marriage to Royston Langdon, and seven-year-old Gray, Gardner's boy with his ex-wife, British actress Davinia Taylor.
Rapper Tyler, The Creator is heading to the small screen to launch his own TV network in the U.S. The Odd Future star, 23, has landed a deal with former ABC executive Lloyd Braun for his new company, Whalerock.
The MC, real name Tyler Okonma, will create a network that will allow him to bring exclusive and licenced content directly to his fans, and it will launch before the end of June (15).
During technology conference Code/Media in Dana Point, California on Wednesday (18Feb15), Okonma boasted the station will be "my own MTV or my own Cartoon Network",
He will provide the creative details for the new venture while Braun handles the business side.
The rapper says, "Am I getting paid up front for this? I don't know, but it's not about the money for me. I wanted my own network. I wanted to do something cool. It's always about me doing something that I think is awesome."
The project will be the first to launch under the Whalerock arm, while individual channels for each of the Kardashian sisters and U.S. shock jock Howard Stern are also slated to debut this year (15).