Ok, so it’s only kind of a trailer.
Regardless, watching Johnny Depp do anything as Jack Sparrow is more entertaining than most things.
The film’s called Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (set for a May 20, 2011 release date), and if this mini-discussion/trailer is any indication, then we may be running into drunken zombies on the next pirates adventure. Sea turtles, mate.
When asked about her freak folk-tag, Crain chalked it up to her expressive voice.
I don’t know if I’m exactly part of that, I think the only reason I might get that genre stuck to me is my voice, which is a little odd. I’m not really looking for weird instruments or that weird of sounds.
CMT’s got a video brief on Carrie Underwood’s honeymoon whereabouts below.
It's looking like they'll be enjoying 11 days of sun and surf in various locations throughout Tahiti.
Pencil in September 21 on your calendars, southern rock fans.
Because that’s when “You Get What You Give,” Zac Brown Band’s fourth studio album and follow-up to 2008′s double-platinum foot-stomper “The Foundation” will be released, according to the band’s website.
The band’s been playing tracks like “Colder Weather,” “Who Knows,” and “As She’s Walking Away” on tour for some time now, so this will be a great chance to hear them nice and clean, fresh from the studio.
Pairing the biggest country music media outlet in the world with the genre’s hottest star? It only makes sense after a season of awards sweeps and a top-selling record for Tishomingo’s favorite resident.
CMT announced today that Oklahoma’s own Miranda Lambert will headline their traveling concert series, billed as “CMT on Tour: Miranda Lambert Revolution.” The tour will extend through 28 cities, including Tulsa and Thackerville, OK.
“The CMT tour is a great way for me to thank fans for their support this year and show them I can live up to the honors,” Lambert said.
Lambert will be joined on the tour by Eric Church and new artist Josh Kelley.
Stay tuned for ticket information.
Jon Bon Jovi impressively soldiered through a torn calf muscle at a New Jersey concert Friday night, according to CBC News.
Watch below to see him pull up hobbling midway through a cover of the Dave Clark Five’s “Happy All Over”.
A spokesperson for the band later confirmed the injury, but said the band wouldn’t miss any of their scheduled concert dates.
Ladies, prepare your DVRs. Teen dream Joe Jonas has landed a guest appearance on TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland, EW.com reports.
EW’s Andy Patrick says the middle Jonas will appear in August as Valerie Bertinelli’s character’s college-aged son. Might this be an early bid at an acting career for the aging pop star?
And yes, 20 years old qualifies as ‘aging’ when your fan’s demographic is composed of tweenagers.
Eat your heart out, Shia LaBeouf.
Yesterday’s premiere of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse screened in 4,416 theaters and generated a single-day gross of $68.5 million, setting new records as the US’s widest-opening film and highest-grossing Wednesday opening. The previous record-holder for the latter was Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, according to EW.com.
Aren’t we supposed to be in a recession?
Where does a $45 million year land you on Forbes’ Celebrity 100 list? Just behind pompous American Idol judge Simon Cowell and just ahead of old-for-her-age Miley Cyrus.
With a number as big as that, 20-year-old Swift has plenty of room to grow into one of the biggest recording artists of the impending decade, eventually passing Madonna, Britney Spears and Beyoncé ahead of her. We can only hope.
This weekend, Steve Carell reaffirmed his desire to fulfill his NBC contract for one final season as his best-loved character, The Office‘s semi-lovable idiot boss, Michael Scott.
In memoriam, I’ve compiled my five personal favorite Michael Scott lines from the show’s hilarious six-year run. (more…)