Can you believe this?
The Washington, D.C. exhibit will feature props, costumes, and lost footage from the iconic comedy and will get fans excited for the hugely anticipated sequel, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (Dec. 20).
Five cities can choose new flavors in Ben & Jerry’s “City Churned” campaign. It will soon be rolling into Washington D.C., San Francisco, New York City, Portland and Seattle. According to the press release Ben & Jerry’s will be combining, “tweets, traffic, landmarks and input from local residents to crowdsource a local flavor.”
Crayola is celebrating its 110th birthday with a Limited Edition pack of its eight original colors… with new nicknames created by Facebook fans.
The crayons, which come in a package inspired by the original 1903 8-pack, are Ladybug, Freshly Squeezed, Sunny Side Up, Jalapeño, BeYOUtiful Blue, Peace, Love & Purple, Freckle, and Night Owl.
These packs are only available for purchase on Facebook HERE
The “first wave” of nominees for this year’s Teen Choice Awards were announced this week. They cover movies, TV series, music, fashion, comedians and athletes.
1. Paris Hilton is going to release her second album. (We’re trying to remember her first album.)
2. Lucy Liu has unveiled an exhibition of her artwork at a new gallery in Manchester, England.
3. The CW will air the remaining six episodes of canceled series Cult, beginning June 28.
4. Ben Affleck received an honorary doctorate degree from Brown University.
5. A group of 4,335 Russian singers performed outdoors in St. Petersburg with the aim of setting a world record for the largest choir.
6. Lea Michelle is writing Brunette Ambition –a combination memoir, style guide and advice book. Due out in spring, 2014.
7. Rolling Stones: 50 Years of Satisfaction has opened at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland.
8. Vortex Bar and Grill in Atlanta makes the best burger in the U.S., according to Zagat’s.
9. Jennifer Lopez is opening a chain of 15 cellphone stores and a website under the Viva Movil brand. The aim is to sell Verizon phones and services to Latinos.
10. Men get served faster than women in coffee shops.
Those crazy LEGO guys have really outdone themselves with their incredible life-size model of a Star Wars X-Wing Fighter built out of 5,335,200 LEGO bricks.
The design reproduces the official $60 Lego 9493 X-Wing Fighter. But instead of being 560 pieces and a few inches long, this model uses more than five million pieces and it’s 11 feet tall and 43 feet long, with a 44-foot wingspan. That’s 42 times the size of the commercial LEGO set.
It took 32 “Master LEGO builders” approximately four months to build. It’s on display in Times Square during the Memorial Day weekend before being moved to California.
The model was created to promote the original Lego Star Wars animation TV series “The Yoda Chronicles,” which will premiere on Cartoon Network on May 29.