Jodi Arias spent yet another day on the stand dropping dramatic bombshells and shocking revelations about her steamy, sexually charged relationship with her alleged murder victim, Travis Alexander.
During Wednesday’s testimony in the Maricopa County Court in Phoenix, Arizona, Arias continued her bid to portray the slain devout Mormon as repeatedly demanding sexual acts from her despite his Church’s expected vow of chastity.
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As radio… Continue reading Jodi Arias Drops More Dramatic Bombshells, Claims Alleged Victim ‘Used Her’ She ‘Felt Like A Prostitute’
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Appearing in the faux B.E.T. show within the show, What Up With That? Christmas Spectacular, Samuel L. Jackson spoofed himself — and then some — on Saturday Night Live.
Jackson was appearing on ‘What Up’ to promote his charitable foundation but ‘host’ Kenan Thompson kept interrupting him with musical numbers.
“Don’t you dare cut me off! F**k!”Jackson, playing a pitch perfect caricature of himself, finally yelled.
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Based on the poignantly optimistic autobiographical writings of California-based journalist and poet Mark O’Brien, ‘The Sessi… Read More
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“The Sessions,” which is an adaptation of autobiographical writings of journalist and poet Mark O’Brien, follows a disabled man (John Hawkes) who, at 38, wishes to lose his V card and thus seeks the help of his therapist and… Continue reading 'The Sessions': John Hawkes Drops The L Bomb (VIDEO)
Miley Cyrus has staged a getaway from the Lifetime/History Channel miniseries “Bonnie & Clyde.”
The “Hannah Montana” star had been in talks to play Bonnie Parker in the project, which will retell the story of the infamous 1930s bank robbers. She has now dropped out, TVLine reports. No one is saying what led her to bolt.
Craig Zadan and Neil Meron (“Smash,” Lifetime’s “Steel Magnolias”) are executive… Continue reading Miley Cyrus drops out of 'Bonnie & Clyde' miniseries
‘New Year’s Eve’ was supposed to bring the party this weekend, but it played more like a New Year’s Day hangover. It mustered an estimated $ 13.7 million, about half what it was expected to earn. Still, on one of the most lackluster box office weekends all year, that was enough for a victory.
‘New Year’s Eve’ was director Garry Marshall’s follow-up to his similar holiday-themed, all-star ensemble romantic comedy ‘Valentine’s… Continue reading Weekend Box Office: 'New Year's Eve' Drops the Ball, Wins Anyway