"Sharknado 2: The Second One" jumped the shark in the best possible way. Wednesday night's sequel to 2013's goofy summer hit, "Sharknado," reunited Ian Ziering, Tara Reid, and a whole mess of storm-flung sharks, and moved them from L.A. to New York. The shark-one-upping started right away with an airplane disaster (featuring Robert Hays from "Airplane!
Several of the hottest entertainers on the planet also happen to have fiery heads of hair, and for that they're celebrated in a new gallery by photographer Annie Leibovitz in Vogue.Actress Julianne Moore is among the celebs whose locks get the love in the fashion mag as "the moment's reigning redheads.
People, what does Jack White have to do to convince you he actually likes baseball? By our estimate, the former White Stripes rocker spends more time watching games than playing guitar. He was the "anonymous" donor behind the $170,000 restoration of the Detroit ballfield where he ran bases as a kid. And the guy even wears a vintage World Series championship ring, for crying out loud.
Ever wanted to be a star? Well, Liam Martin wasn't content to simply want that. He's made his dream come true by actually becoming a star — many of them, in fact.The 17-year-old celebrity impersonator has perfected the art of the superstar pose, which he's proved time and time again on Instagram as he channels his inner Lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian, Rihanna, Miley Cyrus and others.
"Grey's Anatomy" star Sarah Drew's character, Dr. April Kepner, may be pregnant on the hit medical drama, but the actress won't have to wear a fake baby bump while filming the upcoming 11th season.Drew shared a selfie on Tuesday, revealing that she is very much pregnant in real life.This will be the actress' second child with husband Peter Lanfer. The pair are already parents to 2-year-old Micah.
Someone has dared to question the sway of Bey? The New York Times declared Beyoncé is not all that in an article that boldly pronounced the musical juggernaut a “superstar, but not a fashion icon" in its headline.
"Pirates of the Caribbean" star Orlando Bloom appears to have taken a swing at pop star Justin Bieber, a video obtained by TMZ shows. The two were at Cipriani in Ibiza, Spain, on Wednesday when the altercation allegedly occurred.The actor "took one swing at Justin and missed," a source with ties to the singer told TODAY.com.
If any classic jazz fans out there are wondering why genre legend Tony Bennett decided to team up with modern music maven Lady Gaga for an album of American standards, wonder no more. According to Bennett, it's simple: Gaga can really sing.
Batten down the hatches, "Sharknado" fans: The year's most highly anticipated TV film sequel based on aquatic creatures and weather systems gone amok is almost here. And TODAY viewers who tune in to "Sharknado 2: The Second One" Wednesday night will get a special treat: seeing Matt Lauer and Al Roker helping to save humanity.
Allison Williams, star of HBO's "Girls" and a classically-trained singer, has been cast as Peter Pan in NBC's telecast of "Peter Pan Live!" coming this winter. “I have wanted to play Peter Pan since I was about three years old, so this is a dream come true,” Williams said in a news release from NBC.
"Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon may be a bit of a jokester with his guests, but that doesn't mean he never aims his target at his crew. And on Tuesday, he had his eye on his Grammy-winning house band, The Roots.Or should we say, his unsuspecting house band?
If your child is one of the many watching “The Lego Movie” on an endless loop this summer, Will Arnett feels your pain.“My kids are super into it too, nonstop,” said Arnett, who voices Batman in the hit film. “In fact, a couple of mornings ago, my son got into my bed at 6 a.m., turned on my iPad, and started watching ‘The Lego Movie.’ So I woke up to ‘Everything is awesome!
The rap on this season’s “Bachelorette,” starring Atlanta lawyer Andi Dorfman, was that it just wasn’t very interesting. Andi, who famously rejected narcissistic Juan Pablo on “The Bachelor,” was initially a fan favorite, but perhaps because she’s just so darn well-adjusted, her show lacked much of the drama that has characterized past outings.
Want to watch rapper DMX grunt, curse and scream in a new video? There's no music involved, it's just the 43-year-old reacting to an amusement park ride called the Slingshot at Magical Midway Thrill Park in Orlando, Florida.
"Say 'cheese'!" It's something James Franco rarely seemed to do when taking selfies with fans after his recently ended "Of Mice and Men" performances on Broadway, and on Monday, he explained why.During a visit to "The Tonight Show," he let host Jimmy Fallon in on his reasoning: According to Franco, it's because fans sometimes take crummy selfies.
He may have 17 Grammys, a packed summer tour schedule and a new album on the way with Lady Gaga, but even Tony Bennett needs a break from the spotlight once in a while. That's when he picks up his paint set.
Andi Dorfman had a difficult decision to make during the season 10 finale of "The Bachelorette" — in short, Josh Murray or Nick Viall? She picked Murray, but if Dorfman thought she was on the fast track to happily-ever-after when she accepted his proposal, well ... Viall had other plans.
Kiefer Sutherland is responding to Freddie Prinze Jr.'s epic diss.While at Comic-Con over the weekend, Prinze blasted Sutherland and said working with him on the show "24" in 2010 made him want to quit acting. So what does Sutherland think of Prinze's major shade? "Kiefer worked with Freddie Prinze, Jr.
Elvis Presley said we could do what we want, but lay off of his blue suede shoes. That won't be a problem at the first-ever Graceland-hosted auction of King memorabilia next month. The lyrical footwear is not on sale — but fans shouldn't despair.
Inclement weather is on the way! The sequel to last summer's fin-filled TV disaster flick "Sharknado" makes landfall Wednesday night, and according to star Ian Ziering, it's time to take cover."Start building your ark now!' he warned during a Tuesday visit to TODAY.There is one thing "Sharknado 2" viewers don't have to worry about: watching the first film in the franchise.
A storm is coming to Manhattan straight out of Al Roker's nightmares — an EF-5 sharknado. "I'm really nervous about this,'' Al says. "In fact, I'm downright scared." On Tuesday, Syfy released a sneak peek of the surefire Emmy-winning performance of Al and Matt Lauer in the movie event that promises to "break Twitter" in the words of star Ian Ziering.
Is anyone busier than Carson Daly? Not only does he turn up bright and chipper every weekday in the TODAY studio, he’s the enthusiastic emcee on NBC’s “The Voice”; hosts “Last Call with Carson Daly” in late night; has a radio show, and is about to become a daddy for the third time. Phew!
Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga rolled into the TODAY plaza with style — in a Rolls Royce — to make a big announcement: Their long-awaited jazz album, "Cheek to Cheek," will be released on Sept. 23.
How do you like him now? For the second year in a row, Toby Keith has topped Forbes magazine's list of the highest paid country artists. Keith's bounty this year? A cool $65 million.
Love movie trailers? You're riding a great wave these last few days. The "Mockingjay" and "Mad Max" trailers were released over the weekend, and on Monday, the first teaser trailer for the final "Hobbit" movie, "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies," hit the Internet. Teased director Peter Jackson on Facebook: "I think one or two of you asked to see this?