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It looks like Pete Davidson may be saying goodbye to all of his tattoos
It looks like Pete Davidson may be saying goodbye to all of his tattoos
In case you didn't know, Pete Davidson has quite the tattoo collection. In fact, the actor/comedian reportedly has over 100 tattoos inked throughout his body. However, it looks like they may not be around for too much longer. The Saturday Night Live star is reportedly in the process of removing all of his tattoos and he has a good reason for doing so...
These 13 emo albums are the perfect soundtrack to your college years
These 13 emo albums are the perfect soundtrack to your college years
Writer/director Judd Apatow accurately summed up college when he said: “College is the reward for surviving high school.” It’s true. The college experience proffers unprecedented freedom and a constant buzz of wonder—alive in every cup of ramen noodles and late-night study group. You may have left your...
Here’s the first trailer for Pete Davidson’s new comedy based on his life
Here’s the first trailer for Pete Davidson’s new comedy based on his life
The first trailer for Pete Davidson and Judd Apatow's new film The King of Staten Island has arrived. In it, we get a close look at all of the central characters and watch as the film will toe the line between comedy and somberness. The King Of Staten Island is a semi-autobiographical comedy of Davidson’s life growing up on Staten Island including the time when he lost his father during the 9/11 t
Here’s how you can see Pete Davidson’s film based on his life from home
Here’s how you can see Pete Davidson’s film based on his life from home
Pete Davidson's latest film The King Of Staten Island is set to arrive in June but it's coming out in a different way than expected as movie theatres remain closed across the globe. The Judd Apatow-directed film is heading straight for on-demand services on June 12 coming a week before it was expected to hit theatres initially. Read Mo...
Sneak peek at season two of ‘Girls’
Sneak peek at season two of ‘Girls’
"Sometimes I wish someone would just tell me, like, 'This is how the rest of your life should look.'" And so begins the second season of HBO's hit series, Girls. Judging from the above quote--said by Allison Williams' character, Marnie Michaels--and the new trailer HBO just premiered, it looks like season two will cover even more of those messy adult problems: work, relationships, fr