Former advertising tycoon Charles Saatchi has announced he’s seeking a divorce from glamorous television chef Nigella Lawson just four weeks after he was photographed grabbing her throat at a restaurant in London.
“I am sorry to announce that Nigella Lawson and I are getting divorced,” he said in a statement to a British newspaper on Saturday night.
“I feel that I have clearly been a disappointment to Nigella during the… Continue reading Charles Saatchi Announces He’s Divorcing Nigella Lawson After ‘Throat Attack’ Incident, Blames Her For Refusing To Defend Him
Blue Sky Studios, the Greenwich, CT-based animation production company responsible for the hugely successful “Ice Age” films as well as others like Rio and the upcoming Epic, is finally moving forward on two projects that were announced a number of years back.
We’ll discuss them in reverse chronological order since we know more about the second one, called Ferdinand, which is an adaptation of the children’s book… Continue reading Blue Sky Studios Announces & Dates Ferdinand & Anubis
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The kid who used to wear buffs to school and write papers about his favorite reality show is a kid no longer. John Cochran went from almost being voted out in his very first Tribal Council in Survivor: South Pacific to being named champion of Survivor: Caramoan — Fans vs. Favorites. And he didn’t just win… Continue reading John Cochran explains how he won ‘Survivor: Caramoan’, weighs in on Toothgate, and announces his brand new job…for EW!
Today is the final day of the 2013 South by SouthWest Film Conference and Festival and it comes to a close with the announcement of the audience awards for the 20th annual Austin film fest.
Earlier this week, Destin Daniel Crettons Short Term 12 won the Jury Award for Narrative Feature and it followed that up by also taking the Audience Award in the Narrative Feature category… Continue reading SXSW Film Festival Announces Audience Awards
The FOX network has announced its regular-season finale dates and its summer-season premiere dates. Shows like “Bones” and “The Following” will end their seasons in April, with most other programs (including “Glee,” “American Idol” and “New Girl”) following in May. Summer programming like “So You Think You Can Dance” will mostly premiere in May.
There will be a few new summer programs premiering on the network. “Does Someone Have to Go?”… Continue reading FOX announces season finale and summer premiere dates