Marvel movies are known for their teasing mid- and post-credits scenes, but with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, they up the ante with five of them after the conclusion of the movie. Some are jokes, but some have huge ramifications for future Marvel movies. Here’s how and why.
Back in 1985 Tipper Gore testified in front of a Senate committee warning that children were being exposed to all kinds of naughty stuff in modern music. Sex, heresy and violence were destroying good old-fashioned American values. Won't somebody think of the children!
Miley Cyrus is some sort of naked alien in the glittery, emo music video for Future's new song "Real and True." I'm not sure what's supposed to be happening here, but it looks like Miley's sheer levels of body glitter are too much for the space crew that finds her on a planet, and their ship nearly bursts into a cloud…
Yesterday Sinéad O'Connor told Miley Cyrus to stop behaving like a dumb prostitute, but in a motherly way. Cyrus replied making fun of her past mental health issues. Now O'Connor threatens to sue the devil child, which has prompted Cyrus to reply with the twattest of tweets:
Sinéad O'Connor recently wrote Miley Cyrus begging the ex-Disney star to stop allowing herself to be pimped out by the music industry. Cyrus recently said that her Wrecking Ball video was inspired by the Irish songstress's Nothing Compares 2 U. So, Sinéad's basically your Jameson-chugging, slut-shaming, older sister.
Blame Miley Cyrus on Detroit, people: "Detroit's where I felt like I really grew up. It was only for a summer, but that's where I started going to clubs, where I got my first tattoo. Well, not my first tattoo, but my first without my mom's consent." Poor Detroit.
Which famous singer, actress and widow of a seminal grunge star who committed suicide in Seattle hates Katy Perry but loves the twerking demon child for being "sort of punk in a weird sex way...like dark and hillbilly and fucked up"?
The most powerful fashion magazine editor in the planet expelled this crappy demon singer from her December cover because she found her dance "distasteful."
After comparing herself to Madonna and Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus' first statement after her performance at the MTV Video Music Awards says that she and Robin Thicke have made history. She added: "now we're three days later they're still talking about it." Read and cringe.
If you're white—and you watched Miley Cyrus last Sunday—perhaps you're wondering "can I say twerk without being offensive to black people?" Perhaps. But can you say "That"? What about "It"? It's complicated, but Gawker's Caity Weaver will save you from racist hell with her guide.
Kinja user Ninjacate on Sunday's Miley Cyrus performance at the MTV Video Music Awards: "What Miley did last night was easily one of the most racist displays I've ever seen." Her throughout analysis is spot on.
The public lynching of Miley Cyrus for her "disgraceful" performance at yesterday's MTV Video Music Awards has been going on for almost 24 hours now. But was it really worse than the usual garbage vomited by most commercial singers on a regular basis?
Guess what America, there's a new social crusader in town. And her name is Miley Cyrus. The "Party in the USA" singer and newly-minted activist is speaking out for those who don't have a voice, because they don't even exist yet: emojis of black people.
This poor pimple-faced chum just landed himself in the slammer for attempting to shoplift this disgusting Miley Cyrus blow up doll. The retail price of the doll: $19.99. Verdict: Gross, and not worth the risk of getting your face plastered all over the Internet for trying to steal it.
Pop culture has gone superhero-crazy, but almost all superheroes date from the middle of the last century. Where's the new, fresh costumed adventurer who speaks to the ringtone generation? How about Hannah Montana, the Disney Channel's superstar?
Herds of cats roam the post-apocalyptic future in the short Vermin. And nothing says "Goodbye weekend!" like two grown men pretending to be cat people. Well done. In other news, Miley Cyrus readies to haunt your dreams.
From now on, I'm getting my science from teen pop sensation Miley Cyrus. Do you get confused about global warming and going green? So does Miley. So she's singing about her confusion in her new album Breakout, in a song called "Wake Up America." So OMG you guys, drink some Starbucks, and totes save the planet. I've…