The popularity of Esports (or electronic sports) seems to be growing exponentially by the day – meaning you can finally go back to your mom and tell her all that time spent playing video games is totally going to pay off when you win part of the $ 10 million purse at this upcoming… Continue reading Watch: 'More Than a Game' Takes Viewers Inside the Crazy World of Professional Gaming
While Kourtney Kardashian‘s away, Scott Disick will play!
Just days after the pregnant reality star and her baby daddy got into an epic fight in their Hamptons rental home, the legendary party boy celebrated his 31st birthday in a very belated bash at 1 Oak nightclub in Southampton, New York on Saturday night.
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The same day Kardashian… Continue reading Boy Gone Wild! A Solo Scott Disick Sprays Champagne, Parties All Night In Hamptons Birthday Bash WATCH The Crazy Video
There’s no other way to describe it: The Signal is a crazy movie.
What begins as a road-trip movie quickly transforms into science fiction nightmare as the young heroes encounter something… out of this world… and find themselves held captive in a government facility and interrogated by a mysterious scientist (Laurence Fishburne). From there, it becomes something else altogether. It’s so nutty that you… Continue reading The Last Sci-fi Blog: 'The Signal' Director William Eubank Talks About How to Make a Crazy Science Fiction Movie
In OWN’s new documentary, “Running From Crazy,” actress Mariel Hemingway opens up about her famous family’s struggle with mental illness and suicide.
Hemingway’s grandfather, author Ernest Hemingway, killed himself in 1961 just before Mariel’s birth. Her family has struggled with a daunting history of mental illness and suicide, and in the OWN documentary, two-time Academy Award winner Barbara Kopple talks to Mariel and her family… Continue reading 'Running From Crazy' on OWN: The Hemingways' struggle with mental illness
For its 100th episode, a certain series is offering a story expectedly filled with “Glee.”
Familiar faces will be back to celebrate the FOX musical comedy-drama’s milestone, to be shown in two parts starting Tuesday, March 18. Gwyneth Paltrow and Kristin Chenoweth reprise their recurring guest roles, and former cast regulars not seen on the show as often lately — including latest “Dancing With the Stars” winner Amber