Xena: Warrior Princess returns!

After months of rumors, it has been confirmed that the Xena: Warrior Princess reboot is most definitely […]

After months of rumors, it has been confirmed that the Xena: Warrior Princess reboot is most definitely happening. Xena was played by actress Lucy Lawless NBC has now announced that the rumour was indeed true, but it took a while to tie up some loose ends before it was made official. Lawless’ husband Rob Tapert, an original co-creator is on board too.  No word on an air date. The original ran from 1995-2001.


For the first time in 20 years, Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You” is no longer the most-played seasonal song Check out the

No.1 song:  1. Shins “Wonderful Christmastime” (Holiday rules album)

2. Mariah Carey “All I Want For Christmas Is You”

3. Christina Aguilera “Christmas Time”

4. Waitresses “Christmas Wrapping”

5. Jack Johnson “Someday At Christmas”


If you need something else in your life other than Star Wars, how about a little Star Trek…. The Beastie Boys “Sabatoge” is put to good use throughout the first trailer for Star Trek Beyond, the third entry in the rebooted Star Trek series…Starring Chris Pine, Simon Pegg, Zachary Quinto, Idris Elba, Zoe Saldana, John Cho, Karl Urban, Anton Yelchin, and a badass gray alien ninja aka Sofia….



Taylor Swift wants to own the English dictionary. After applying for trademarks for phrases like, “This Sick Beat” and “nice to meet you; where you been” from her smash 1989 album earlier this year, Swift is now on a new mission; to trademark the entire English language. She’s expanded her ownership claims, to Swiftmas, Blank Space, and 1989.

Reports have come out that on December 3rd, Taylor applied for trademarks for the following phrases, Blank Space (the hit song from her 1989 album), 1989 (the title of her album), A Girl Named Girl (the title of a novel Swift wrote when she was 15), I’ll Write Your Name (a line from Blank Space), and Swiftmas (the term she uses for her annual holiday giveaway to her fans).


The Drake inspired Tom Ford lipstick is SOLD OUT Minutes after being on sale, Tom Ford’s New York and Chicago boutiques and website Net-a-Porter, were sold out of Tom Ford’s Drake’s lipstick. The famous designers released their Lips & Boys collection yesterday…. The Drake inspired shade called “Drake 60″ which is said to be a shade of shimmering deep red-plum is completely gone… BUT if you desperately need to have your lips a nice shade of Drake, you can hit up eBay…. Where they are selling for $80-$200. Which is a lot more than the retail $35 price tag.