I didn't realize at the time, but I recognize now that "Kenshin" worked so well for me because it deftly countered the excess of shows like "DBZ" almost point-by-point, in turn making hay of the shonen genre's usual weaknesses.
How one man's discovery of a clever sound effect gave us one of the most enduring novelty musical acts of all time, Alvin and the Chipmunks.
Stop making me see eight movies before the movie!
"Is this... 'Party in the USA'?"
The musical duo She & Him performs a holiday classic.
Dushku was written off the show after confronting its star, Michael Weatherly, about remarks he made that left her feeling uncomfortable.
Most of these folks are too starry eyed to noticed the yelling, honored to be in Lin-Manuel's presence.
Director Hannah Lux Davis is doing something right as "thank u, next" beat YouTube's all-time record for the most views in the first 24 hours of a release. Here's how she did it.
They are back from England after filming "Holmes & Watson" where they drank too much tea, sowed chaos at sporting events and just generally made fun of English people.
It's quite a feat, and a fascinating case of how an innocuous video used by YouTube's marketing team to appeal to advertisers can have an adverse effect when it doesn't put the community first.
Red satin gloves are the portal to the soul. That's what they say, right?
Thirty-five filmmakers, cinematographers and effects artists on making the impossible happen.
Damon hosts "Saturday Night Live" this weekend with Miley Cyrus as musical guest.
Ellen is human like the rest of us, and like the rest of us she made some interesting fashion choices in the '80s.
Jimmy Fallon's staff have rigged up some truly nonsensical objects for the star to deduce.
Not only is Ellen DeGeneres recognizable and beloved worldwide, she's also a fairly reckless driver.
Prosecutors in the Justice Department of the United States have essentially said that President Trump committed a crime. That made Trump angry. And all of that made Seth Meyers laugh.
What is lost when we "watch Netflix" rather than shows and "listen to Spotify" rather than songs?
The creators of "Detective Pikachu" weren't thinking gritty enough.
He leads a generation of obsessive, professional gamers who dominate YouTube and Twitch and reside in the commercial capital of the modern internet. And so his stardom now amounts to a long-term concern — for Ninja himself, for his fellow streamers and for the web-tech giants who monetize the newest form of arts, sports and celebrity.
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