As any comic-book fan knows, superheroes that seem dead can later come back to life -- and something similar has happened with a superhero-centric lawsuit filed by Colorado-based Stan Lee Media, Incorporated (SLMI). The complaint seemingly died last year, but an appeal revived it, leading to a heari ... More >>
Update, 3/12: Frank Ocean has now delivered a check for the full $212,500 to Chipotle. But it wasn't the one posted to his tumblr on Monday, on which he'd written a certain colorful greeting. "Curiously, the memo line was blank," says Chipotle spokesman Chris Arnold. Original post follows... Fran ... More >>
Colorado fans of the Fast & Furious franchise had an additional reason to anticipate the seventh volume of the series, since scenes for the flick were filmed in Salida earlier this fall. However, production has been halted for a tragic reason: On Saturday, co-star Paul Walker, forty, died in a sing ... More >>
This past Wednesday night, after playing a show at the Summit Music Hall, Filter made its way over to Brothers Bar & Grill to grab some food and drinks. Drummer Jeff Fabb, who has a rather large tattoo adorning his neck, was denied entry, which irked frontman Richard Patrick, who had reportedly stop ... More >>
On Sepember 19 Denver crowds will unload a serious amount of cash on an event titled "The Clean Guys Comedy," which features such stand-up legends as Jamie Kennedy (Scream), Uncle Joey from Full House, and some other folks you vaguely remember from somewhere. The comics themselves aren't what's sell ... More >>
In Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, robot R2D2 is playing Chewbacca, a giant creature known as a wookiee, in a game of chess -- and Chewie is getting frustrated. At that point, Han Solo (Harrison Ford) notes that wookiees have been known to pull people's arms out of their sockets when they lose, pr ... More >>
Could the X-Men and other characters created by Stan Lee belong to a Colorado company? That's the contention of a lawsuit filed here by locally based Stan Lee Media, Inc. against The Walt Disney Company. The suit claims SLMI is entitled to "billions of dollars of profits" from movies and more even t ... More >>
Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" remains number one for another week on the Billboard Hot 100. However, on the Billboard 200 albums chart, somewhat unexpectedly, Usher overtakes Adele for the number-one album in the country with Looking 4 Myself -- even without a strong lead single to drive sales. ... More >>
Once a film reaches the status of Casablanca -- retired to the vault of such designations as "classic," "legendary," "timeless" -- fans begin looking at the picture through the lens of their own memory. As with Star Wars or The Big Lebowski, devotees of Casablanca will always remember the first time ... More >>
Note to homophobes: If you aim a gay slur at an Internet expert, the whole world is going to hear about it. That's one of many lessons in the story of Billy Canu, a tech-firm CEO who used social media to accuse a United Airlines employee in Denver of calling him and his partner "faggots."
Taylor Swift's shocked! Again! As seen in the Hollywood ReporterSunday was a good day for Taylor Swift. A glowing profile by 60 Minutes' Leslie Stahl, followed by her cleaning up at the American Music Awards; she took home the awards for Favorite Country Female Artist, Artist of The Year, Favorite C ... More >>
Despite being a judge on the American version of X Factor, Nicole Scherzinger has had a rough go in the music industry ever since leaving the Pussycat Dolls. This week, word came down that the release date for her debut album Killer Love, originally slated for November 15, has been pushed back to so ... More >>
Brandon MarshallA scene from this past summer's Electric Daisy Carnival at the Arapahoe County FairgroundsIn a report filed earlier this morning by Charlie Amter at the Hollywood Reporter focusing on the mainstream explosion of electronic music in this country, Insomniac president and CEO Pas ... More >>
Charlie Sheen's "My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option" tour hits Denver Thursday, April 28 at the Wells Fargo Theatre, but is Denver ready for Charlie? More importantly, is Charlie ready for Denver? Using highly scientific research methods, we've developed the Tiger Blood Baro ... More >>
Last night, Hollywood engaged in its yearly back-pat, bestowing little gold statues on those who brought the greatest dignity to the big screen last year. Amidst all that pomp and circumstance, it can be easy to forget that, as amazing as Natalie Portman was in Black Swan, she was also the le ... More >>
George Hickenlooper and friend.Yesterday, we told you about plans to dedicate the Starz Denver Film Festival to George Hickenlooper, a filmmaker who died in Denver on Saturday, only days prior to the fest premiere of his latest film, the Kevin Spacey vehicle Casino Jack. But another project n ... More >>
Director Rod Lurie has had Colorado on his mind in recent years. His 2007 film Resurrecting the Champ, co-starring Josh Hartnett and Samuel L. Jackson (with a cameo by John Elway), was partially filmed in Denver and based loosely on an article by J.R. Moehringer, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of ... More >>
A still from Abel Ferrara's Go Go Tales. "Whaddya love about it so much?” Abel Ferrara -- director of the strip-club-set Go Go Tales, my favorite film at Cannes -- is interviewing the interviewer. Well, I say, it’s consistent with the Ferrara oeuvre -- King of New York, Bad Lieutenant, Da ... More >>
If the FCC loosens its rules, will media giants go on a radio-and-TV shopping spree? Absolutely.
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