"Star Trek" and "Jack Ryan" star Chris Pine has been arrested in New Zealand for drunk driving, according to reports. The 33-year-old actor was pulled over March 1 after attending a wrap party for "Z for Zachariah." New Zealand police said in a statement that the 33-year-old American was charged March 1 with driving with a blood-alcohol level over the legal limit, which is .08 percent.
Justin Timberlake scored a top three spot on Billboard's top money makers list. Kenny Chesney and Taylor Swift both landed at the top of the list where Swift took the number one spot with an income of $39,699,576.60. She edged out Chesney at number two with $32,956,240.70 and Timberlake at number three with $31,463,297.03.
Sara Evans has signed on to appear as the host of the upcoming Rock the South Festival. The event is scheduled to take place in Cullman, Alabama between June 20 and 21 and will feature performances by Little Big Town, Easton Corbin, Billy Currington, Charlie Daniels Band and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Stars of HBO's smash hit series "Game Of Thrones" show they can clean up from the rigors of battle very well on the cover of the latest issue of Vanity Fair. Series stars Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister), Lena Headley (Cersei Lannister), Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen), Kit Harrington (Jon Snow) and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister) grace the cover of the magazine.
Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley say they may pen theme music for their newly launched Arena Football League team, the Los Angeles KISS. Speaking at a launch event at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Stanley said it would only be fitting that they contributed a fight song. "We are planning to come up with something that will be the battle cry," he began.
Kim Kardashian was involved in a car accident in Beverly Hills recently. The minor accident occurred Monday near the Beverly Hills Hotel. Kim was driving her Mercedes G Wagon on Sunset Blvd at the time of incident and, as TMZ reports, she was turning left at an intersection and the other driver was going in the opposite direction with his right turn signal on.
Queens Of the Stone Age and Outkast have been announced for this years' Pukkelpop festival. They join fellow recently announced acts Editors, The National, Portishead, Disclosure, Brody Dale, Anna Calvi, Jake Bugg, Janelle Monae, Frank Turner, Neneh Cherry, Kelis, Kelela and MØ.
After frontman Iggy Pop ceased all Stooges activities for 2014, the band now faces an uncertain future. The Stooges have not performed live since last September at San Jose's C2SV Music + Technology Festival. Guitarist James Williamson is using the downtime to record Raw Power-era rarities with guest singers, including Jello Biafra and Mark Lanegan.
Tank has offered up a preview of his newest track "You're My Star." The tune will appear on Tank's forthcoming sixth studio release Stronger and finds the crooner spilling his love for the lady in his life over a sample of the Jackson 5 track "This Place Hotel." "I get chills every time I think about your smile / My heart skips a beat," croons Tank.
Neil Young will reportedly debut his Pono digital music service and portable music player at SXSW in Austin, Texas later this week. Young is reportedly set to give a keynote speech where he is expected to confirm a $399 price for the player as well as the fact that it will be available to fans via Kickstarter.
Beyoncé has lent her voice to the new "Ban Bossy" campaign, which encourages teen girls to stop using the word "bossy" in the spirit of female empowerment. The campaign was launched as a joint venture between Lifetime Networks and the Girls Scouts of America to encourage girls to pursue leadership roles in their communities. The Lady Bey is one of several female celebs in the campaign.
David Bowie has announced that he will release two limited edition picture discs for next month's Record Store Day, one specifically for UK fans and one for US fans. The Guardian reports that the two limited edition releases will be a 7" picture disc of "Rock 'n' Roll Suicide" in the UK, while North American fans will be able to purchase the single "1984" on 7" picture disc.
Common has offered up his newest single "The Ladder" which appeared on his new mixtape Catch the Throne, released by HBO as an addition to their series Game of Thrones. The release features a host of top MC's singing Game of Thrones inspired tracks and includes work by Wale, Daddy Yankee, Big Boi, Magazeen and Snow tha Product.
Cartoon Network has confirmed plans to reboot the classic animated series "Tom and Jerry," "Scooby-Doo" and "Bugs Bunny." Each of the shows will come back in a different guise with "The Tom and Jerry Show" coming back as a series updated in HD. "Scooby" will return to the small screen as 22-minute comedy special called "Be Cool, Scooby Doo."
Ed Helms has reportedly signed on to appear in the new comedy "Epic Fail." The film centers on a dysfunctional and heavily armed secret wing of the Special Forces that go on a do-or-die mission to save America. Helms is developing the project alongside producer Nicky Weinstock and the project will feature a script by Mike Arnold and Chris Poole. Helms will star in the role of the Walrus.