December 22, 2014
Kristen Wig Interrupts Amy Adams on Saturday Night Live
One Direction was the musical guest on the show. Kristen Wiig and Harry Styles got down at the after-party.
“Anonymous” Threatens Iggy Azalea, Gets Twitter Account Suspended
Hip-Hop artists Iggy Azalea has been in a Twitter fight with Azealia Banks for a little while now. The hacker group Anonymous is now threatening to release still images from a rumored Azalea sex tape if she doesn’t apologize to Banks and the protesters in New York City protesting the death of Eric Garner after his encounter with police there. The hacker group maintains that they will not release the tape on moral grounds, but will release images of her face to prove they have it and could release it if they wanted. The Twitter account that tweeted the threats to Azalea has been suspended and another account linked to the group tweeted that the group has better things to do.
Nelly Hosts Black and White Ball
Nelly hosted his annual Black and White Ball yesterday at the Four Seasons in downtown St. Louis. Nelly, Nikko Smith and Nico & Vinz were among the performers. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has an album of pictures from the event. Nelly announced at the party the establishment of the Michael Brown Scholarship at Vatterott. It will be run by the late teen’s mother, Leslie McSpadden.
Dr. Evil Talks About Sony And North Korea On Saturday Night Live
The St. Louis Rams fell to the New York Giants 37-27 yesterday in their last home game of the season at the Edward Jones Dome. Shaun hill completed 24 of 32 passes for 290 yards, 2 touchdowns and an interception for the Rams. Eli Manning completed one more pass on the same number of attempts for 391 yards, 3 touchdowns and 0 interceptions. Giants rookie Odell Beckham Jr. continued his exceptional play as he caught 8 passes for 148 yards and two touchdowns. Kenny Britt was Hill’s favorite target, catching nine balls for 103 yards. Chris Givens and Lance Kendricks caught passes for touchdowns and Tre Mason ran for one. T.J. McDonald had the lone Rams sack to benefit St. Patrick Center’s Sack Homelessness campaign. Greg Zuerlein was 2-for-2 on field goals, completing attempts of 20 and 51 yards.
A brawl broke out on the Giants sideline late in the first half after Alec Ogletree took Beckham Jr. to the ground out of bounds.Two players from each team were ejected. Be sure to notice in that video linked around the 1:30 mark where the Fox sideline reporter somehow avoids getting crushed.
Bernie Miklasz wrote a column for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch yesterday that talked about plans for a new NFL/MLS stadium on the North Riverfront area in downtown St. Louis. Jay Glazer of Fox Sports also reported yesterday that the Rams are the front-runner to move to Los Angeles as early as the 2016 season.
E.J. Gaines of the Rams suffered a concussion and a busted lip after almost getting killed on this play.
Hobbit Tops $90 Million Over Weekend
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies led a box office over the weekend where revenue was 62 percent higher than the previous weekend. The final installment in the series brought in $56.2 million over the weekend and more than $90 million in its first five days of release. It has been huge in foreign markets, where it has been out since December 10th in some countries. 74.5 percent of its total receipts, or $265 million, have come overseas, giving it a worldwide total of $355.6 million thus far. Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb brought in $17.3 million in its debut and Annie brought ijn $16.3 in its to finish third.
Garth Brooks And Justin Timberlake Sing “Friends In Low Places”
It was only a few weeks ago that Justin Timberlake showed up at the first of the four shows Garth Brooks played here in St. Louis. On Friday night, Garth was in attendance at the Justin Timberlake show in Nashville and came on stage. The result was magical and if you follow RealLifeSTL on Facebook, you saw this on our page on Saturday morning. Again, we dig this bromance, like more than Adam Levine and Blake Shelton even.
So in this film aliens attack New York City. It’s a theme that has been done many times over. This time, however, the aliens have taken on the form of arcade game characters such as Pac-Man. You see they’ve watched footage of humans playing video games and somehow see it as an “act of aggression”. How in the world does this movie exist? Well, because the internet is awesome and Patrick Jean made a short film in 2010 that he uploaded to Vimeo and it spread like wildfire across the interwebs. Jesus Diaz over at SPLOID is quite upset that this film, which will be released in July of next year is directed by Chris Columbus and stars Adam Sandler and Kevin James.
— Kevin James (@KevinJames) December 17, 2014
Sugarland Among 18 Defendants Paying $39 Million To Settle Claims From 2011 Indiana State Fair Tragedy
In 2011, seven people died when a stage’s roof collapsed due to high winds as fans were waiting for Sugarland to perform. Investigations performed after the fact revealed that the Indiana State Fair did nor have a good evacuation plan in place and the stage wasn’t set to withstand the winds. Sugarland and Live Nation, among other defendants, recently settled outstanding claims to the tune of $39 million. No word on who will pay what.
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