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UPDATE: Syracuse University announced Sunday night that it has fired Bernie Fine. A statement from the school said, “At the direction of Chancellor Cantor, Bernie Fine’s employment with Syracuse University has been terminated, effective immediately.”

Bobby Davis, one of three men who had accused Bernie Fine of sexually abusing them as teenagers, secretly recorded a telephone conversation with the Syracuse University basketball coach’s wife where… Continue reading Syracuse Coach Bernie Fine -- His Wife Knew He Was Abusing Boys!

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L.A. Reid — music mogul, X Factor judge, and coach of the Boys category for Fox’s U.S. spinoff of Simon Cowell’s British competition series — talked to reporters today about why he’s looking forward to mentoring Brian “Astro” Bradley, Phillip Lomax, Marcus Canty, and Chris Rene. “It was tough to choose only four,” he said. “What would have… Continue reading ‘The X Factor’: L.A. Reid on the four boys he’ll be coaching, Simon and Nicole’s selections, and disappointing ratings



It’s a question fans of the indie horror film have been asking since it first arrived on the festival circuit back in 2006. Jonathan Levine’s debut film, All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, has run into one roadblock after another while on its way to theaters, but in the years since its initial premiere the little horror flick has amassed a very faithful fanbase… Continue reading Jonathan Levine Updates Us on 'All the Boys Love Mandy Lane': Will We Ever See It?

The boys of 30 Minutes or Less took time off their busy Comic-Con schedule to chat with us about their new buddy comedy, starring Michael and Aziz Ansari as two bumbling criminals who kidnap a pizza delivery guy (Jesse Eisenberg) and attempt to rob a bank. But things got a bit more interesting when they dished out firsthand accounts on their respective projects. Ansari, Peña, Nick… Continue reading Dialogue: The Boys of ‘30 Minutes or Less’ Talk Jennifer Aniston, Witnessing Real Violence and Surprise Cameos?

Emma Watson, Deathly Hallows

This week marks the end of an era. A full decade ago, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (or Sorcerer’s Stone if you prefer) hit screens and brought J. K. Rowling’s immensely popular children’s series to the big screen. The plan was practically Herculean in scope – grabbing a 10, 11, and 12-year-old to star in a popular franchise that would take… Continue reading Girls on Film: Harry Potter, the Boys' Club, and the Female Scene Stealers