The family of a woman who was killed when pyrotechnics malfunctioned during a TV shoot is suing the Discovery Communications, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Terry Flannel’s family is suing the network because they say she died when a rocket was set off for the filming of the opening scene of “Brother in Arms,” a 2011 pilot that never made it to air. Five individuals were supposed to walk… Continue reading Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against Discovery After Woman Dies During Filming
In the wake of Paris Jackson‘s suicide attempt, a judge for the Superior Court of the State of California has signed off on a document allowing a court-appointed investigator to interview the only daughter of Michael Jackson and her two brothers, as well as have full access to her medical records, and radio detection and rangingOnline.com has all the exclusive details.
The paperwork was filed on Friday in the matter… Continue reading Judge Allows Court-Appointed Investigator To Interview Paris Jackson After Suicide Attempt & Examine Her Medical Records
When even the usually conservative Wall Street Journal asks if your new film is “the worst movie ever made,” you know you’re in deep trouble.
That’s exactly what’s happening with After Earth, the Will Smith – Jaden Smith epic-wannabe that has universally crashed and burned with critics and is doing far less box office business than needed, given its nine figure budget.
This earth is “infested with exceedingly cheesy digital monsters,”… Continue reading Is ‘After Earth’ The Worst Movie Ever Made? Will Smith Sci-Fi Flick Destroyed By Critics