After winning the racially charged Survivor: Cook Islands in 2006, Yul Kwon made an interesting career choice. He went to work for the Federal Communications Commission (where he met a certain future Survivor contestant with an affinity for his own last name). But now Yul is back on TV hosting a new… Continue reading ‘Survivor’ winner Yul Kwon talks about his new show, and whether he’ll ever head back to the island
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Earlier this week, a New York Times feature revealed that Michelle Williams’ Marilyn Monroe wig (yes, it was a wig) in “My Week With Marilyn” cost $ 4,000. While there are no plans (yet) to sale the…
Earlier this week, a New York Times feature revealed that Michelle Williams’ Marilyn Monroe wig (yes, it was a wig) in “My Week With Marilyn” cost $ 4,000. While there are no plans (yet)… Continue reading Most Expensive Movie Props Ever Sold: 'Breakfast At Tiffany's,' 'Back To The Future,' 'Star Wars' And More
Wondrous news for fans of “The Walking Dead” from WonderCon, where actor Michael Rooker announced that he will be returning to the show in Season 3 as Merle Dixon, Daryl’s trouble-making older brother.
During a panel for the zombie-centric video game “Lollipop Chainsaw,” Rooker discussed his return and added that he had to lose 20 pounds for the role, reports Daily Dead.
Twenty pounds? Sounds like Merle’s… Continue reading 'The Walking Dead': Michael Rooker says he's back for Season 3
Every time we turn our heads, another musical act is joining “90210.” And this one sounds familiar.
Billy Ray Cyrus is returning to the famed ZIP code to reprise his role as Judd Ridge, Austin’s (Justin Deeley) father. EW is reporting that Cyrus will perform a song and also help… Continue reading '90210': Billy Ray Cyrus rides back into town
LOS ANGELES — Meryl Streep might join the acting three-peat club with a third Academy Award. Jean Dujardin could become the first Frenchman to win best actor. Christopher Plummer is in line to become the oldest acting winner ever at 82.
And “The Artist” is favored to become the only silent movie to take the best-picture prize since the first Oscar ceremony 83 years ago.
Along with Streep, Hollywood’s big night on… Continue reading 2012 Academy Awards: 'The Artist' Aims To Bring Silence Back To Oscars