As Kyle Richards’ daughter Alexia Umansky recovers from a bite from Kim Richards’ dog, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has exclusively learned that she left college after the vicious attack.
Umansky’s recovery from the dog bite she received last year has been far worse than has been previously reported, and not only did she have to leave college for treatment, insiders said that “the recovery is an intense, long road.”… Continue reading Vicious Dog Bite! Kyle Richards’ Daughter Alexia Umansky Left College, Nearly Lost Finger After Attack By Kim Richards’ Pet
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
Ahead of the new Netflix series, Honest Trailers pummels the 2003 Daredevil starring Ben Affleck:
An artist depicts The Avengers as the Eight Immortals from Chinese mythology in the illustration below (via Neatorama):
This supercut highlighting the best of Pixar movies has all the feels, and… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: Honest 'Daredevil' Trailer, 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' Opening as a Fun Attraction and More
Reel-Important People is a monthly column that highlights those individuals in or related to the movies that have left us in recent weeks. Below you’ll find names big and small and from all areas of the industry, though each was significant to the movies in his or her own way.
Sam Andrew (1941-2015) - Guitarist. As a member of Big Brother… Continue reading Remembering Leonard Nimoy, David Carr, Bruce Sinofsky and Other Reel-Important People We Lost in February
The narrative going into this weekend was that “Focus” would mark a comeback of sorts for Will Smith. His first lead role since the career stumbling block two years ago that was “After Earth,” “Focus” was supposed to be an easy lay-up for Smith, a sleek, star-powered caper comedy that would face little competition in… Continue reading Box Office: Will Smith's Lost 'Focus' and the Oscars Effect
When I sat down to revisit the 1998 film Lost in Space, it was a lark. Drinks were poured. Joe Tribbiani jokes were prepared. Wills were strengthened.
The guy who brought the Blu-ray insisted that it wasn’t nearly as bad as we remembered. 130 minutes later, my suspicions were confirmed: he was wrong. Stephen Hopkins’ adaptation of the campy ’60s television series… Continue reading The Last Sci-Fi Blog: How 1998's 'Lost in Space' Was Weirdly Ahead of Its Time