Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore are two of the most charming A-listers in Hollywood.
Arcade Fire always churns out music that makes me want to move.
I know the world is pretty intense, but in my opinion, there's nothing more perilous than being a teenager and watching a raunchy comedy with your parents.
Let's be real: dads get a bad rap in the media. We're talking Vanilla Ice's 'Ninja Rap' bad. More often than not, they're either pop lockin' Soul Train-style after learning they aren't the father, or they're selfish man-children who have more toys than brain cells.
I think what's good is that men are now realizing that life is not a buffet where you just get to pick and choose whatever you want.
I'm not a caffeine person.
It is utterly asinine that people continually go to comedy shows without bothering to see if their sensibilities line up with the comedians.
'Ain't It Fun,' which is about entering the real world, is bouncy and shows off Paramore's lighter side, to the dismay of some of the band's fans, who are used to the punk-rock sound.
I'm from Cleveland, Ohio. I was the only black girl in my grade. And I was just, like, really dorky. Like, I wasn't cool.
Technology has been the great equalizer: you can find your audience, you can build your brand, and the people that are into you, great. They're going to follow you to whatever platform you go to.
I'm a sucker for two things: Adam Lambert and songs that start out as emo as a sad episode of 'Felicity' and then drop. That. Beat.
I started watching 'Daria' when I was in college because I didn't have cable growing up. It's such a smart show with a different type of female character.
I don't think people realize what it's like for people of color to audition for film and TV.
Flashback episodes are a tried-and-true sitcom device, but they always work!
I was a funny kid growing up, and I did improv in college and went to Pratt Institute, but I did it very informally. It was just me and some of my friends goofing around on campus.
I want to have an empire. I like being in front of the camera, performing - but I would like to get to a place where I'm also executive producing and bringing other people along. People of all different walks of life, highlighting their voices.
I thought I was going to be a serious screenwriter and produce serious films. It was going to be 'American Beauty' and very important work.
Who can forget the awesome scene in 'Independence Day' when the White House gets blown up by aliens? Sure, it looks cheesy now, but back in 1994, it was incredible.
I like hot people being hot. How else do you explain my high school infatuation with Ricky Martin in all his shirtless glory?
Say what you want about Maroon 5 not making music like the kind found on 'Songs About Jane,' the fact remains that they know how to write a really good pop song that highlights lead singer Adam Levine's falsetto.