It looks like not everyone loves “The Artist.” According to the Telegraph, a “small number” of Liverpool filmgoers were so surprised to find that the Best Picture frontrunner was silent, they demanded their money back.
“I thought it was really funny and laughed,” Nicola Shearer, a 25-year-old Liverpool resident going to see “The Artist” told the Telegraph after being reminded by theater personnel that the film was silent. “Of course, I… Continue reading 'The Artist' Refunds: Liverpool Ticket Buyers Unhappy After Discovering Oscar Favorite Is Silent
You’ve read the rest of the year-end critics’ lists, now check out the best?
Director Quentin Tarantino has passed along his comprehensive rundown of 2011 films to the aptly named Quentin Tarantino Archives website, and it features enough conversation starters to last at least three rounds at the local bar. His top-eleven (plus one), presented without commentary:
1. “Midnight In Paris”2. “Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes”3. “Moneyball”4. “The Skin I… Continue reading Quentin Tarantino's Favorite Films of 2011
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Kate Middleton is being urged to take an active role in lobbying one of her favorite design houses, Zara, following allegations of horrific slave labor-like conditions in facilities where its clothes are manufactured.
The company has been rocked by the deaths last month of two workers in a Bangladeshi factory which supplies the Spanish chain.
The… Continue reading Kate Middleton Urged To Lobby Favorite Design House Over Slave Labor Charges
Ready for one last blast from the past before we turn ourselves over to 2012? In December, we invited you to name your favorite television quotes from 2011, and you willingly obliged. So we’ve painstakingly tallied up your suggestions and categorized them into a Top 10 list. There were only a couple hundred responses to sort though, nbd.
By the time we were finished counting up your votes, one thing was… Continue reading Your 10 Favorite TV Quotes of 2011
Who you gonna call? Not Bill Murray, if this ‘Ghostbusters 3′ tidbit from the Enquirer (via CinemaBlend) is to be believed (and it probably isn’t). Bill Murray was supposedly so displeased with the latest script for the long-in-the-works sequel that he shredded it and sent it back to Harold Ramis and Dan Aykroyd with a note stating, “No one wants to pay money to see fat, old men… Continue reading Bill Murray Reportedly Shreds 'Ghostbusters 3' Script; Or, Your Favorite Wild Rumor of the Day