Here are some of this week's highlights from Flavorwire, VH1, Celebuzz, and Hollywood.com.
Siri knows about Her. If you ask your iPhone about the new Spike Jonze movie about a Siri-like artificial intelligence, the real Siri has some choice words about her portrayal. Read what they are at Flavorwire.
Leo DiCaprio thinks The Wolf of Wall Street is a lot better than critics are saying. He thinks it's groundbreaking, and he has a lot more to dish about the film. Check out highlights from his interview about the movie, including a weird story about K-Y Jelly, at Celebuzz.
Find out the ridiculous pseudonyms celebrities use at hotels. You will really never guess who goes by "Chuck Steak." Or "Chandler Bing," for that matter. Find out which celebrities use these names, as well as some other great fake monikers, at VH1 Celebrity.
What happened to Johnny Depp? Hollywood.com ponders that very question. Can't we just pretend that The Lone Ranger didn't happen?
Diddy is a surprisingly frequent Instagram user–the rapper has over 2,000 posts. Thought many of the images are what you'd expect–glitzy photos with celebrities and a lot of advertisements for Ciroc vodka–there are a lot of sweeter photos on there as well. Puff Daddy posts enough inspirational quotes to rival a college freshman's Pinterest. Most adorably, though, he has a lot of pictures with his cute daughters. Here are the highlights from his many selfies, from the glamorous to the oh so sweet.
GALLERY: Our Fave Diddy Selfies
Guys, Community is back. To get everyone pumped for the beginning of season five, Joel McHale, who plays Jeff on the show, answered some questions on Reddit. Here are some highlights from the AMA.
His favorite songs used on Community: "Roxanne, Waterloo..."
On his strangest interactions with fans: "The ones that want me to sign their genitals always get a bit awkward."
On Community creator Dan Harmon's return to the show: "Having Dan back is the same feeling you get from a Nestea plunge (absolute relief and delicious refreshment)""This is going to be a long answer. Dan was the only way I believe we would get to a 6th season since the show is in his head. Like J.R.R. Tolkien had Middle Earth in his. And I have to thank NBC and Sony for being open and willing to bring him back. And I'm as excited as a little schoolgirl."
On backlash from celebrities about coverage on The Soup: "There was a time years ago when I don't think Tyra Banks was very happy about what we said about her show. But I've met her since and she was very cool."
Whether it's difficult to spend enough time with his wife: "Wow, that's a thoughtful question. Yes. Because of my schedule, it's hard to be around as much as I want. But believe me, there are way more other people with bigger time constraints than I have. My number 1 goal is to spend as much time with my wife and kids as possible. That, and playing Call of Duty."
Movies he's working on: "Adam Sandler's Blended, Deliver Us From Evil (out on July 2), A Friggin' Christmas Miracle with Robin Williams, and some low budget softcore stuff ...Wait! Adam Sandler's Blended is now called The Familymoon."
On the scar on his eyebrow: "I fell when I was 6 during a power outage into the corner of a brick fireplace. Yup! I'm coordinated."
His favorite kind of soup: "I've never been asked this. I'll have to think about it."
On the missing Community characters: "We will miss Donald dearly. And Chevy left midseason last year and I wish him the best."
His favorite guest stars on the upcoming season: "It's impossible for me to pick a favorite because all these people came in like designated hitters and hit grand slams. I will say this: it was hard for me to not break into laughter watching Mitch Hurwitz work."
His favorite episode of Community: "I really couldn't say. That's like picking my favorite bourbon."
Annie or Britta? "Both."
On his hair: "It's a mixture of incredibly good lighting, precise messiness arranging, and diesel fuel."
On Donald Glover's new Childish Gambino album: "I have heard it. I think it's terrific. And I want my shirt back from the album cover."
On Abed (Danny Pudi): "With Troy leaving (Donald), it gives a ton for the incredible, amazing Danny Pudi (Abed) to deal with. Danny should have been nominated for 10 Emmys already."
The craziest thing to happen to him: "Finding $20 in an old pair of slacks."
Here are some of this week's highlights from Flavorwire, VH1, Celebuzz, and Hollywood.com.
Celebrate the year in male shirtlessness. And, man, was it a good year. Though we could have done with a little less Justin Bieber. Check out the top shirtless moments of 2013 at VH1.
Chris Pine didn't hold back in his interview with The Hollywood Reporter. He had a lot to say about the paparazzi and Lindsay Lohan, and it wasn't very nice. Check out the highlights at Celebuzz.
Find out what the Flavorwire staff's New Year's resolutions are. And it isn't to lose five pounds. Instead, the staff told us their cultural resolutions, whether to watch more films or see more opera. If you're still stymied resolution-wise, Flavorwire has some great ideas.
Beat the January blues with some comfort films. We at Hollywood.com are feeling it already. Luckily, here's a list of some feel-good flicks to cure January depression.
Happy New Year! Here are some of this week's year-end highlights from Flavorwire, VH1, Celebuzz, and Hollywood.com.
Check out the hottest celebrity tattoos of 2013. From the crazy huge to the unnoticeable, with quite a few Breaking Bad tats in the mix, check out the best tattoos of 2013.
Find out what the most pirated shows of 2013 were.We bet you can guess which ones. Hint: one of them ended this year, and one ended a wedding (and some lives) in a spectacular fashion. Find out if you were right at Celebuzz.
Flavorwire deems 2013 the year of persecution narratives.This year's pop culture was full of explorations of race and boundaries. Read what Flavorwire's Tyler Coates has to say about this trend and what it means for the year ahead.
Now that we've remembered 2013, let's look forward to the upcoming year in movies.Hollywood.com provides a glance into 2014's movies.
You'd probably had enough of Mariah Carey, what with all the plays that "All I Want for Christmas Is You" gets this time of year, until you saw that picture of Mariah in a bikini. With a dog. In the snow.
Mariah is nothing if not committed to her lifestyle of frills, fun, and glitter, and this picture is only many in a string of Instagram gems. Though they showcase her glamorous lifestyle, many of her Instagram photos are devoted to her family. Check out her best selfies, featuring her daughters, her husband, and of course a lot of pink.
GALLERY: Mariah Carey's Best Selfies
Here are some of this week's highlights from Flavorwire, VH1, Celebuzz, and Hollywood.com, all celebrating 2013 and the year to come.
Celebrate the trend of 2013: chopping your hair off. 2013 was the year of short hair and Instagram reveals. Remember the best short hair cuts of the year with this gallery by VH1.
Wince about a less fortunate trend. There sure was a lot of irony on TV in 2013, ranging from comedy to drama. Find out which were the worst offenders, and discover the most earnest show of the year at Hollywood.com.
Remember the year in GIFs. Who can forget Miley on that wrecking ball or that *NSYNC reunion? Well, if you have forgotten, relive the year's most GIF-able moments at Celebuzz.
Get excited about 2014's upcoming music. There's tons of great stuff in store, from rap newcomers like Angel Haze to rock favorites like Beck. Flavorwire lists the most anticipated albums of 2013.
Here are some of this week's highlights from Flavorwire, VH1, Celebuzz, and Hollywood.com, ranging from Anchorman to Her.
In honor of Her, check out some other technological romances. Spike Jonze's new flick about a man falling in love with a computerized voice has been generating a lot of buzz, but it wasn't the first flick to explore the boundary between man and machine. See some other technological romances at Flavorwire.
Kris Jenner spills what it's like to live with Kim and baby North. The word "delicious" is used a lot, which seems like a good thing. Read what she had to say at Celebuzz.
Find out what the Anchorman stars think about the classic lines often quoted at them. Can you guess what Christina Applegate is sick of being called? Find out by watching VH1's interview with the stars.
Hollywood.com pits Frozen against Tangled. The new icy kids flick has drawn criticism for being too similar to 2010's Tangled. See what happens when they go head to head.
Here are some of this week's highlights from Flavorwire, VH1, Celebuzz, and Hollywood.com, ranging from books to reality TV.
In true academic form, Flavorwire judges you by your favorite book of 2013.Find out what it means if you liked Jonathan Franzen's new book, or Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Americanah before Beyoncé sampled her. Check it out at Flavorwire.
Who were the worst reality show villains of 2013? It's a nasty, but varied list, ranging from dance moms to real housewives. Find out if your personal least favorite made the cut at VH1 celebrity.
Tis the season of strange holiday album releases.And Hollywood.com lists this year's best, from Kelly Clarkson to Mary J. Blige. Listen to a sample of them all here.
Find out Kanye's craziest quotes.Celebuzz is listing their year's favorites through the 12 Days of Christmas. You've got six Bieber scandals and, our favorite, seven crazy Kanye West quotes. Find out what they are at Celebuzz.
Did you notice that Lorde released a new song? It got a bit buried with all the Beyoncé hype.
But "No Better" is sure to become a huge hit, and it's interesting to see Lorde's star rise. At the rate she's going, she'll be on Beyoncé's level by age 20. But Lorde certainly has something more alternative going for her than many of her pop contemporaries. Just check out her Instagram selfies, full of dark makeup and hilarious captions. See her best pictures below.
GALLERY: Our Favorite Lorde Selfies