“I’ve never had a problem getting f*cked,” Brandi Glanville proclaims in her new book, Drinking & Dating. And while some of her most memorable hookups have unfolded on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Glanville’s opening up for the first time about her off-camera booty calls, dates, and one-night-stands in her new book Drinking & Dating. For the most part, Glanville doesn’t name names, but can you guess the… Continue reading Inside Brandi Glanville’s Little Black Book: The Actor, The Rapper, The NBA Great — Her Most Scandalous Secret Hookups REVEALED
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This week Topher Grace launched his own pop culture blog called Cereal Prize. Why? Well, why not? He’s a huge movie geek, and he’s already had enough massive success in his acting career that he could sit back, collect royalties, and post YouTube videos for the rest of his life if he wanted to, and I don’t think anyone would judge him for it. He’s… Continue reading What's the Most Obscure Movie Reference You Can Spot in This Elaborate Tribute to Geeks?
It’s the month of February, and you know what that means: Love is in the air! And TV love wouldn’t exist without ‘ships (Well, that’s not true. It would still exist, but it wouldn’t be that fun, now would it?).
Zap2it is celebrating love and your favorite ‘ships all month long with the annual TV’s Most Crushworthy contest. It’s time to
It is followed by Hindustan, Dainik Bhaskar, Rajasthan Patrika and Amar Ujala
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | January 28, 2014
According to the new Indian Readership Survey (IRS 2013) conducted by Nielsen and released by MRUC and RSCI today, Dainik Jagran remains the most read Hindi daily followed by Hindustan, Dainik Bhaskar, Rajasthan Patrika and Amar Ujala. Hari Bhoomi figures in… Continue reading IRS 2013: Dainik Jagran remains most read Hindi daily
In the impending disaster that is I, Frankenstein (sorry, Aaron Eckhart), the title monster is taken to the near future, where he battles gargoyles and tries to prevent the apocalypse… or something. The trailer earns chuckles and grimaces from both casual and seasoned filmgoers alike because they know one thing: that scarred action hero engaging in all kinds of CGI derring-do isn’t Frankenstein’s monster. We… Continue reading Why Do Most Frankenstein Movies Ignore the Source Material?