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“Suits” returns with more season 2 episodes on Jan. 17, but you don’t have to wait that long for some scoop on what’s coming. Sarah Rafferty (Donna) spoke to reporters about her character’s troubled season and what might be coming for her this winter.

And if that’s not enough, you can watch every aired episode of the show online or on-demand. We can do more for you right now.

What’s in store… Continue reading 'Suits' interview: Sarah Rafferty talks about Donna's past and future in season 2

November 28, 2012

Although it should come as no big surprise, especially in light of yesterday’s news, The Hollywood Reporter has now confirmed that Hugh Jackman is in talks to reprise his role as Wolverine in director Bryan Singer’s upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past.

Jackman would join a cast that has been confirmed to include James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender, Nicholas Hoult, Ian

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By Jon Boon – Radar Reporter

Prince William is making a stand for his future family. He was the one who set the wheels in motion to sue the French tabloid that printed topless photos of his wife Kate Middleton, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.

But, despite the fact Kate’s privacy has been compromised, she believes the pictures printed in Closer magazine aren’t that bad and asked her… Continue reading Prince William Behind Decision To Sue Over Kate Middleton Topless Photos, Protecting Future Family

Let’s face it: We don’t always have the greatest experience at the movie theater. Most of our in-theater angst stems from the random strangers sitting around us, and whether they’re the type who text or talk during the movie, or decide to bring their infant to an R-rated thriller only to let the little one cry and cry during the film’s most intimate moments. Many theaters have developed ways to… Continue reading Is This What All Future Movie Theaters Should Look Like?

Does it matter to us if a movie costs $ 250 million to make?

As they say, you have to spend money to make money. But the amount you dispense is not often proportional to the amount you earn. This is why out-of-control movie budgets continue to scare both Hollywood executives and those of us following the industry, even though many of the most expensive films of all