In life, there are few things one can predict with accuracy, even after years of training. Just ask a financial analyst who works for 80 hours a week studying the intricacies of stock price movement only to finally manage a fund that consistently underperforms the market. Just ask a couple divorcing after 30 years of…
Gonorrhea — also known as "the clap," possibly because doctors used to believe the sexually transmitted infection was treatable by slamming a heavy object down on one's penis (yes, really) — is the second most commonly reported infectious disease in the United States, after chlamydia. And it's on the rise, with the…
Here's something to sink your teeth into: NBC is ordering 10 episodes of a new version of the classic Bram Stoker tale, Dracula. And starring as the bloodsucker will be none other than the King of England himself, The Tudors' Jonathan Rhys Meyers.
According to The Onion, "the nation's boyfriends" are dreading summer's coming onslaught of free events in the park. Us too! Here's why:
The LA Times' Ministry of Gossip asked screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg about Twilight: Breaking Dawn being split into two movies. One of which will, as fans know, involve Bella's pregnancy with a vampire fetus that tries to kill her.
Thanks, AdWeek, for alerting me to the marketing campaign which broke my brain. Seriously. Twilight CARS?
I'll admit it: I like vampire fiction. But who in Lestat's name decided to call the genre "urban fantasy"?
A text message circulating in 16 states warns that women are being killed by gangs outside Walmarts. Fortunately it's a hoax, but it may ruin the Twilight DVD release parties planned at 2,400 stores.