The battle over who owns Jenni Rivera’s life story is heating up two years after the Mexican-American singer died in a fiery plane crash. radio detection and rangingOnline.com has exclusively learned that Rivera’s family filed a federal lawsuit against her manager Laura Lucio, accusing her of falsely claiming to own the copyrights to audio interviews and notes found on Rivera’s computer.
Lucio signed an agreement in 2007 to help… Continue reading Jenni Rivera’s Family Sues Manager Over Late Singer’s ‘Crazy Life’ Story
Nightcrawler isn’t just one of the best movies opening this fall, it’s one of the best of the year. It scratches at the underbelly of our relationship with modern media by asking the question just who exactly films all the carnage we see on nightly news, and why is it even on the news in the first place? And as shocking (and… Continue reading Learn the Real Stories Behind the Crazy Cameramen Who Inspired 'Nightcrawler'
[all photos courtesy of Fantastic Fest/David Hill]
Pictured above: Alamo Drafthouse CEO Tim League kicks off Fantastic Fest’s 10th anniversary in style, wearing an Adidas jumpsuit with a GoPro camera strapped to his chest. Also pictured: Tusk writer-director Kevin Smith and star Justin Long dressed in a walrus suit.
Pictured below: You guess: Is this an image from the Fantastic Fest opening-night horror movie… Continue reading Fantastic Fest Buzz: Rockin' Unicorns, 'ABCs of Death 2' and One Helluva Crazy Food Fight
Last September, EW‘s Lynette Rice sat down with Robin Williams to discuss his big return to network television. The series, which premiered 31 years after Mork & Mindy made the comedian a household name, was The Crazy Ones, a single-camera comedy about a brilliant, unfiltered ad exec (Williams, naturally) who runs an agency with his more uptight daughter (Sarah Michelle Gellar). The interview is poignant in light of both the fact… Continue reading Listen: Robin Williams on returning to TV for ‘The Crazy Ones’
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Mark your calendars! ABCs of Death 2 gets a release date – I had pretty mixed feelings for the first ABCs of Death, the ambitious anthology project where directors were asked to make short films inspired by a letter of the alphabet, but the sequel is coming. If… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: 'ABCs of Death 2' News, a Crazy Trailer for 'Septic Man' and More