Itâ€™s the end of another school year and the start of summer for most students, but for some, they are throwing their caps up celebrating the fact that theyâ€™re done school forever and are preparing to start a new chapter in their lives.
Although Canada is generally content to leave America to their fist-shaking and other shows of dominance on the world stage, there are some things of theirs that they know America canâ€™t live without. Weâ€™re not talking about softwood lumber or steel. Weâ€™re talking about the celebrities that creep down south every year, hide their Canadian accents, and star in American movies.
The world mourned the losses of Gene Wilder, Arnold Palmer, Florence Henderson, and David Bowie back in 2016. It was a rough year for our collective childhoods, no doubt. But we made it through another year and set our optimistic hearts towards 2017. Sadly, not a year goes by without the loss of the idols that we once looked up to, and 2017 was no different.
We donâ€™t just celebrate forward-thinking celebs for their cultural explorations of the unknown. We also give them a bit of a pass when their experiments miss their mark. That is, until it comes to the names of their children. Celebrities make strange decisions. Having children isnâ€™t strange of course. But, naming them after inanimate objects, fictional characters, items of clothing, and produce? Well, thatâ€™s just unforgiveable.
Itâ€™s a tale as old as time. No, not that one. The one where the uber-successes athlete, champion of champions, is outed as a scientifically modified cheater. Then comes the feelings of betrayal, the outrage, and, at least for the athlete, rock bottom.
When someone passes away, their family mourns and celebrates their life. When the same happens to someone famous, an entire world can be stopped in its tracks.
English actor Sean Bean (sadly not pronounced, Seen Bean) has died so many times onscreen that weâ€™re starting to lose count. Whether heâ€™s being shot by arrows, impaled by an anchor, or killed by cattle, Bean nails it every time. Here are our favorite Bean death scenes from both film and television. Warning: spoilers lie ahead.
Iconic is an understatement. The Joker is the quintessential pop culture villain. Money doesnâ€™t motivate him and emotion doesnâ€™t faze him. Heâ€™s motivated by chaos in and of itself. Which is a scary proposition for Batman and comic book nerds alike.
Sometimes, though, an incident on an airplane isnâ€™t the airlines fault. No one hates bad press more than celebrities, but some of them just canâ€™t keep their names out of the spotlight. They may be all high and mighty, but celebrities travel just like us, and that means taking a plane to get from place to place.