Also, we talk about the chems.
Julianne Hough seems a little confused about her rock subgenres.
Friends and audience members will likely interpret the choice as a glimpse into your soul.
Well, at least somebody loved it.
This weekend's top two grossing movies remain the same as last weekend's.
Despite considerable star power.
Stacee Jaxx should totally have gotten it on with Clara "Where's the Beef?" Peller and a Swatch Watch.
You might spend the whole movie beating your head against the floor to make it stop.
Who better to reflect on the spandex wonderment of vintage Bon Jovi, Cinderella, Skid Row, and more?
Party Lines Slideshow: Julianne Hough, Adam Shankman, Sean Lennon, and More at a Screening of Rock of Ages
She lumps Green Day in with Nirvana.
"I was concerned Tom was going to blow out his voice, but he’s like a terrier: He bites into it and there’s no shaking him off."
"He comes over and he's like, 'Are you okay, man?'"
"My hands are inside his pants at one point, pulling him, pulling his pubes."
"It's described in the script as the tongue-iest tongue kiss of all time."
Plus: Chris Hemsworth played a mini-harmonica and did a little jig, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Last Night on Late Night: Conan, Andy Richter Mercilessly Taunted Jennifer Love Hewitt for Vajazzling
Plus: Alec Baldwin pretended to be British around Russell Brand during the shooting of Rock of Ages, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Plus: Jason Schwartzman sang an ode to the red pepper alongside Jimmy Fallon, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Ohhhh, as in strip-club etiquette. Got it.
They approved of his rendition of "Pour Some Sugar on Me."
He's got several tunes.
Rock of Ages = Poison, Warrant, and Whitesnake x a half-off wig sale at Spencer Gifts
Helpful pie charts and graphs explaining Battleship, Magic Mike, Prometheus, and more.
The very crass party game, now applied to the season's most anticipated films.
There is much to discuss here.