The idea behind this Katy Perry-centric skit on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' sure sounds cute -- our host brought together both the pop star and one of her biggest fans for a round of "Who Knows Katy?," a chirpy game show about Perry trivia -- but the execution of it was mildly terrifying.
Katy Perry has thrown her hat in multiple rings -- her new single, "Roar," is off the charts, she appeared on 'SNL' a couple times (as both host and musical guest), she voiced Smurfette in 'The Smurfs' movies, and she's been vocal about wanting a role in the proposed 'Blade Runner 2.' Now, with 'Beetlejuice 2' under discussions, she already has her eye on a role.
Bruce Willis has made plenty of headlines in recent months with his apparent disinterest in the spotlight, but will he be up to the task of hosting 'SNL' for the first time since 1989? The 'Die Hard' star will step up to the stage for this Saturday's follow-up to last week's Miley Cyrus outing, and the first previews at least bring us "The Return of Bruno." Ah, '80s humor.
'Smurfs 2' is pretty much unbearable, but then again I am a guy with no children whose favorite 2013 so far is a toss-up between 'Stoker' and 'Only God Forgives.' To paraphrase Roger Ebert, I’m as sure of the fact that there is an audience for this sequel as I am that I’m not a member of it, but does that excuse how overmodulated and mind-obliteratingly stupid Raja Gosnell’s sequel is? It seems like it can’t. And yet, there’s a massive difference between abominable entertainment made for “everybody” and abominable entertainment made mostly for kids. All of which is why 'Smurfs 2' is the kind of terrible that almost deserves to be excused, because it’s designed to make children laugh at stupid hijinks with bright colors and broad gags rather than tell a story that anyone over the age of five hasn’t seen 5,000 times before, much less care about.
Here's your Weird News of the Day: pop star Katy Perry has seen Ridley Scott's genre-defining science fiction classic 'Blade Runner' and pop star Katy Perry has made it clear that she would very much like to be cast in the upcoming 'Blade Runner 2' as Sean Young's character, Rachael, from the original.
'Katy Perry: Part of Me 3D' opens in theaters this week (you can watch the trailer here) and to help celebrate, we take a look back through Katy Perry's colorful career our favorite way possible: with Katy Perry GIFs.
Katy Perry's career and music lends itself to animated GIFs extremely well. What with the on-stage antics, the costumes, the color, the goofiness and, oh yeah, her natural, um, talents... they all make for great GIFfing.
So join us as we host a retrospective on the career of Katy Perry in animated GIF format.
Katy Perry, like any great pop artist, knows how to work the fans, and in our modern world that means using social media. And so the singer and star of the documentary 'Katy Perry: Part of Me' is using Twitter to give fans an opportunity to see her new movie on July 2.
At first glance, pop star Katy Perry (and star of the upcoming concert film 'Katy Perry: Part of Me') and Loki, the sneering and conniving villain from 'The Avengers' don't seem to have much in common. Well, aside from a predilection to garish costumes. But at a closer glance, maybe Katy Perry and Loki are much more alike than we could've imagined?
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