Drag Queens Inspired 'Hocus Pocus,' According to Director Kenny Ortega

Kenny Ortega has created some of the most recognizable movies people know today. He directed movies like Newsies, all the High School Musical films, and Hocus Pocus, plus he choreographed Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Dirty Dancing. Ortega also lent his brilliant choreography and vision to concert tours like Hannah Montana and Michael Jackson’s. He has had one heck of

» Read more

How Kobe Bryant Inspired Amber Rose to Get That Face Tattoo

Kobe Bryant’s death rocked the world. People who weren’t even basketball fans took his passing to heart. Everyone had a different reaction to the star’s untimely passing. But one of the most shocking responses was model Amber Rose’s. Instead of just sending her condolences online like most other celebrities, Rose chose to get a face tattoo. Amber Rose’s face tattoo

» Read more

These Boots Are Inspired by ‘Frozen 2’ — And We’re Completely Obsessed

News Stylish Entertainment Royals Moms Food Pets Podcasts Video News Stylish Entertainment Royals Moms Food Pets Podcasts Video Celebrity Directory Golden Globes Woman Crush Wellness Holidays With Us Photos Love Lives Buzzzz-o-Meter Newsletter Signup Subscribe Hot Pics Give a Gift Subscriber Service Shop With Us Shop Special Issues Accessibility Statement Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click

» Read more

The Woman Who Inspired ‘Looking For Alaska’ Represents A Painful Memory For John Green

Author John Green has been vocal about the fact that his first novel, Looking for Alaska, draws heavily from his own experiences as a teen, and that the titular Alaska is based on a real person he knew at his Birmingham boarding school. However, he’s also been clear that many of the details have been changed or fabricated entirely. And

» Read more

Amy Fisher may have inspired NYPD cop’s murder-for-hire plot

The NYPD cop charged in a murder-for-hire plot was apparently inspired by the Amy Fisher case — with cellphone records showing that she looked up details about the infamous “Long Island Lolita,” according to the feds. New court papers allege that Valerie Cincinelli, 35, conducted online searches between April 12 and 16 for “amy buttafuoco” and “dominic barbara,” while also

» Read more

Abstract portrait inspired by ‘billionaire’ artist courts controversy

When is a biopic not a biopic? When the filmmaker says it isn't? Or when the subject says it is and then disowns it? That's the strange conundrum surrounding Never Look Away, the Oscar-nominated portrait-that-isn't of the great German artist Gerhard Richter. Richter, 87, lived through Nazism and East German Socialism to become one of the world's most important living

» Read more