Making it big in the music industry isn't easy. Some of the most famous names in the business have had to jump through hoops, fly over hurdles, and put in some serious time in order to be where they are today. And some have even been dumped in the process. Yep, that's because record labels cut artists from their payroll as quickly as they cash checks - and these guys were unfortunately caught in the crossfire.
Movies are great, right? Comedies lift your spirits. Romances melt your ice heart. Crime dramas make you question everything. And sci-fi movies help you dream of a life outside of this universe. But if you want our opinion (not that you asked for it), there's nothing quite like a movie musical. These movies mix singing, dancing, and a whole load of emotions into one toe-tapping adventure. And it seems as though the world is going to be blessed with even more movie musicals in the coming years.
Commonly known as "The Rock," Dwayne Johnson is a living legend. He's a wrestler, actor, singer, businessman, husband, and father, and it seems as though there's nothing he can't do. But many are suggesting that a recent acting role may hint towards a new career move that could be on the horizon for this icon. Could 'Young Rock' be the show that finally pushed Dwayne Johnson to become the next President of the United States?
Let's be honest; we all need a little cheering up right now. While tubs of ice cream and doggy cuddles can certainly help to put a smile on your face, there's nothing quite like settling down on the couch with a show that you used to know and love. But what if we told you that some of these old shows are getting a modern reboot? These old-school shows are being given a serious upgrade in 2021, and you're not going to want to miss them.
When Harry Met Sally is one of the most iconic romantic comedies of the 1980s. This love story taught us a thing or two about men and women maintaining a friendship without any expectations. Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal come together to celebrate the film's 30 year debut. Popular Everything takes a look at why this monumental movie makes us believe in true love.
Where are all the Jimi Hendrixes of 2020? Where are all the John Lennons, or the Robert Plants? These days the biggest stars and the mainstream flow of music lean towards pop. But modern-made rock is out there, headbanging away on radios, in bars, at concerts, and in people's headphones. Will the musical pendulum swing back in rock's direction? Who knows? Have a look at the scene in 2020 and see what you think.