Michael Jackson is one of those celebrities that earned a lot of money during his lifetime and keeps racking it in well after. Just because a celebrity dies it doesn’t mean that their work or the fan interest goes away.
Every year around Halloween, Forbes reveals their list of the Top-Earning Dead Celebrities over the past year (October 2010 to October 2011), and Jackson is clearly tops.
Still don’t have a costume for Halloween? You might want to hurry since the big day is less than a week away.
To help out a little, TV.com has a bunch of ideas for costumes inspired by TV characters. Some are kinda lame (going as Barney from ‘How I Met Your Mother’ means you’re basically just a dude in a nice suit), but there are some you could have fun with. In addition to ‘The Walking Dead’ (above), here are the five best we found from the list.
The backstage goings-on at ‘Saturday Night Live’ are legendary, and Darrell Hammond, who spent 14 years on the show performing impersonations of Bill Clinton and Donald Trump, is no stranger to them. His new book titled ‘God, If You’re Not Up There, I’m F*cked,’ details his years of drug use and other behavior some fans might be surprised to hear about.
It’s probably no surprise that Fox’s ‘American Idol’ tops the list for shows where it costs the most for companies to buy advertising. But it probably is shocking that the show giving them a run for their ad money isn’t another reality show or even ‘Two and a Half Men;’ it’s NBC’s ‘Sunday Night Football.’
Way back in 1999, ‘Star Wars: Episode I -The Phanton Menace’ reignited the ‘Star Wars’ franchise. Now, with a new trailer for the 3D version hitting the Web, ‘Wars’ mania is back in full swing. Ready to party with some Jedi like it’s 1999?
There’s a strange, yet completely awesome Tumblr blog called Selleck, Waterfalls Sandwich. It’s exactly what it sounds like – Tom Selleck, in various poses from ‘Magnum, P.I.,’ is superimposed into photos of waterfalls and a variety of sandwiches. Oh, the internet.
On a recent ‘Conan,’ the host introduced Selleck to the site.
Lately, Ben Affleck gets behind the camera a lot more than he does in front of it, and his next project may have him directing a Stephen King novel.
Deadline.com is reporting that Affleck is in talks to direct Warner Brothers’ big screen version of King’s novel ‘The Stand.’ No word on who will star in the new version of the book. In fact, it’s not even confirmed by the studio or Affleck that he’s even in talks to direct the film.
The number one movie in America, for the second week in a row, is the Hugh Jackman battling ‘bots flick ‘Real Steel.’ Conan O’Brien knows this and decided to capitalize on the sudden interest in robots, pitting two handmade robots against each other on last night’s show.
14 million viewers watch the critically-acclaimed ABC comedy ‘Modern Family’ at its regular time, but if you add in the 4.5 million who watch a recording of it later, that number actually jumps to 18 million. So not only is it one of the best shows on television with exceptional ratings, it’s also the most recorded.
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