Actors Who (Sort Of) Secretly Rock

Posted Feb 18th 2010 at 06:00 PM by Kipp Tribble

The rocking new persona of Frankie 'Malcolm in the Middle' Muniz should come as a shock to no one - as long as actors have earned a paycheck in Hollywood, there have been some looking for extra work in the musical side of showbiz. Muniz, 24, is now drumming for the unsigned act You Hang Up, and he's in good company. Veteran actors like William Shatner, Hugh Laurie, Russell Crowe and Steve Mart...

Predicting the Next Adam Sandler

Posted Feb 1st 2010 at 03:00 PM by Kipp Tribble

Like most of the nation, we watched the unfortunate demise of Conan O'Brien's version of 'The Tonight Show.' The star-powered final week included appearances by Will Ferrell, Tom Hanks, and Adam Sandler. Mr. 'Happy Gilmore' and Conan enjoyed a trip down memory lane about their times working together on a little show called 'SNL' where Sandler was a cast member and O'Brien was a writer. Sandler, of...

The Technology That's Made the Famous... Even More Famous

Posted Jan 12th 2010 at 03:20 PM by Kipp Tribble

It's hard to believe that the Internet, DVDs and smartphones haven't been around forever. We can't imagine not going online several times a day to check our e-mail, Google our neighbor's name, update our status on 20+ social media sites, or spending 1/3rd of our day texting. Technology has become almost as essential to us as oxygen. And celebrities have recognized our need for it. PopEater now t...

Gettin' Ugly for a Role, and Other Ways Stars Transform for Acclaim

Posted Jan 1st 2010 at 11:00 AM by Kipp Tribble

Getting famous these days is pretty easy. Go get yourself arrested or pop a video up on YouTube and your fifteen minutes are just around the corner. But for those that have fame as a career, accolades and acclaim are as sought after as gold and oil. The calculated measures stars will go to in order to gain the glory -- and sustain it -- are aplenty. Popeater breaks down some of the ways stars grab...

How Dane Cook Can Salvage His Career

Posted Dec 24th 2009 at 04:00 PM by Kipp Tribble

Once a budding superstar and MySpace mega-sensation, Dane Cook seemed poised to be the guy who could do it all: rock the comedy stage, action movies, nail some drama, and of course, make us laugh. We liked him way back when he was The Waffler in the underseen 'Mystery Men' and have followed his comedy ever since. He has earned many comedy comparisons, but still has an originality all his own that...

VIDEO: When Movie Directors Do Commercials

Posted Dec 17th 2009 at 03:10 PM by Kipp Tribble

We sit through fewer commercials these days, thanks to the niftiness of DVRs around the world, but sometimes an ad will catch your eye. It just sticks out more than the others. Whether it be because of the comedy, the visuals, design, effects, music, or writing, the ad rises above the rest. There could be many reasons for this, but PopEater would like to concentrate on when film directors take a s...

Look Back at the Worst Celebrity Breakups

Posted Nov 28th 2009 at 01:58 PM by Kipp Tribble

Given the recent He-said-She-said hodge-podge coming from a certain TV couple with lots and lots of kids, "oh, the drama!" has pretty much now been replaced with "oh, the Gosselins!". Simply par for the course when it comes to celebrity and 15-Minutes-of-Famer breakups . Celebrity splits have held our universe's attention for decades, and this decade may be the champion of them all. Sure, some ...

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