It’s official: Kristen Stewart and Tom Cruise cannot be trusted — well, if you listen to a recent Reader’s Digest poll, that is.
RD took 200 public figures, including Tom Hanks, Sandra Bullock, and Steven Spielberg, and asked 1,000 of their readers to vote to determine the “100 Most Trusted People in America.” The “Twilight” actress and the “Oblivion” star landed at the bottom of the barrel among participants.
According to RD… Continue reading Kristen Stewart, Tom Cruise Named Least Trusted People in America
UPDATED: We’ve added more concept images below for both movies
We still have a ways to go before Marvel begins revealing more of its upcoming space-set adventure Guardians of the Galaxy (in theaters August 1, 2014), but concept art for the ambitious comic book movie does exist, and apparently some more of it has finally arrived online. In addition to the group shot revealed at last year’s… Continue reading New Concept Art Reveals More of Marvel's 'Guardians of the Galaxy' and 'Captain America 2' (Updated)
Robin Roberts flashed a wide smile – and two thumbs up – in a photo released Thursday by ABC, showing her staging a ‘dry run’ at the Good Morning America studios as she prepares to make her triumphant return to the air next month.
Roberts — who last appeared at the anchor desk on August 30 as she prepared for her eventual bone marrow transplant — arrived at the studio in… Continue reading Robin Roberts All Smiles In ‘Dry Run’ Return To Good Morning America
The union has 49 other states, but Massachusetts will make a particularly strong showing this Fourth of July.
Bergeron will have impressive talents to introduce on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. They’ll include Oscar-winning film composer John Williams, conducting the National Symphony Orchestra (to be led for most of the evening by Jack Everly) in his “Olympic Fanfare.” Celebrating the