The money can be good: L.A. bonds average $25,000, of which the bondsman collects 10 percent. Yet the vast majority of criminals
On December 9, Jackass star and daredevil Steve-O will voluntarily begin his 30-day sentence in a Los Angeles county jail. After his release, he'll then begin a three-year probation and be temporarily banned from Hollywood. And it's all because of a whale.
Maybe no other comedy clubs would have him, but I'm hoping that he knows his rightfully earned spot in the entertainment world, and that his audience will find and appreciate him more in alternative venues.
"Anyone wanna bail me out of jail?"
Dunn's "Jackass" buddies, Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera and Steve-O, took to social media on Thursday to celebrate their
The emerging dynamic between John Boehner and Mitch McConnell is one to watch, because it is heading for a showdown in the next few weeks. Sooner or later, one of them is going to have to cave in to the hard, cold reality that Republicans just do not have the votes to impose their will on a Democratic president.
Meet Lee "Q" O'Denat, the founder of WSHH. Q is without a doubt becoming a powerful force in media. He has innovated a website that has entertained and outraged millions of people.
Of his many artistic triumphs in a career that, in essence, spanned the entire 20th century (Goldberg was born in 1883 and
I plead guilty to an abashed fondness for the Jackass movies, which revealed new depth to the kind of childishness hinted at by the Jackass TV show.
The trailer for the fourth theatrical "Jackass" installment finds Johnny Knoxville donning his geriatric Irving Zisman getup