The Lost in Translation team is back, and they’re bringing it to you a whole new way. There’s gonna be caroling; there’s gonna be eggnog; there’s gonna be mischief: Murray and Coppola have big holiday plans, so get festive.
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Who you gonna call? I mean, really? Are you gonna call Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum for your comedy? Would you go to France and order a bean burrito? Wait; that would make those two French. This metaphor is falling apart. Just like the car in Ghostbusters. Read on!
Merry Swiftmas! Taylor Swift shared an adorable home video from Christmas 1993 when she was getting a tid bit bossy with her friend.
Hilary Duff got some last-minute Christmas shopping help from her own little Santa-in-training, 22-month-old Luca Comrie. At one point, Hilary looked a little frustrated — but previously said she’s accepted that’s part of motherhood.
Deck your mom and your grandmother, fa la la la la, la la wtf!?! The war on Christmas rages on as two separate face punching incidents involving a grandmother from Ohio and a mom from Michigan reminds us all that the holidays are right around the corner.
Megyn Kelly doesn’t care whether minorities are uncomfortable… There is only one way to depict Santa and Jesus and that’s as white men. The Fox News host, who was just named the network’s “Brightest Star,” shared her “verifiable facts” on Wednesday.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas on the set of Glee! Show stars Lea Michele, Naya Rivera and Chris Colfer were photographed at a Burbank, California mall earlier today shooting a scene for the Glee Season 5 Christmas episode with all three decked out in elf costumes as they played the part of Santa’s little helpers. Keep reading to see Rachel, Kurt and Santana Claus bringin’ the holiday sexy and find out which song they performed!
Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer is a beloved Christmas story that first appeared in a 1939 booklet by Robert L. May. It truly entered the popular culture canon in 1949 with the song version first performed by Gene Autry, and most of us simply can’t live a Christmas without the 1964 stop-motion CBS television special adaptation.
Rudolph is bullied by his peers for having a bright red nose, but it’s this unique attribute that helps him land a gig with Santa Clause.
Now, scientists finally found the secret behind Rudolph’s glowing schnoz. If only they could find out how the reindeer are able to fly!