Earlier this week, a New York Times feature revealed that Michelle Williams’ Marilyn Monroe wig (yes, it was a wig) in “My Week With Marilyn” cost $ 4,000. While there are no plans (yet) to sale the…
Earlier this week, a New York Times feature revealed that Michelle Williams’ Marilyn Monroe wig (yes, it was a wig) in “My Week With Marilyn” cost $ 4,000. While there are no plans (yet)… Continue reading Most Expensive Movie Props Ever Sold: 'Breakfast At Tiffany's,' 'Back To The Future,' 'Star Wars' And More
EW caught up with Dancing With the Stars pro Louis Van Amstel, who’s on tour to promote his lifestyle brand (and just-released 5-disc workout DVD set) called LaBlast Fitness. Louis (pictured with Kelly Osbourne during season 9) didn’t compete on ABC’s dance hit last fall, but don’t worry — he’s on contract for five more years. “I’m liking… Continue reading Louis Van Amstel talks about his ‘Dancing With the Stars’ future and new line of workout DVDs
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A decision is coming — that’s what executive producer Joshua Safran assures weary Gossip Girl fans, who are engaged in a seemingly perpetual fan war over which man (Dan or Chuck…because no one likes Prince Louis, right?) deserves to be an object of Blair’s affection.
But when it will happen, where it will happen, and, most importantly, who it… Continue reading ‘Gossip Girl’ boss Josh Safran on Blair’s future, ‘heated’ moments in the writer’s room
Wow, has another week gone by already? So it has. And what a week it was. NBC killed Prime Suspect, you guys! And shelved Community! WHYYYY! (*Runs into bedroom, slams door shut, leaps onto bed and sobs into Dora the Explorer pillow case!*) Which means it’s time to turn over the TV.com mailbag and get our Shout-Outs on. Who’s with me?
In our review of last Friday’s Supernatural, “Season 7, Time… Continue reading TV.com Commenter Shout-Outs: Your Recent Thoughts on Supernatural, the Future of Community, and Shows That Were Canceled Too Soon
While they’ve spent nearly ten years collaborating on the historic epic Anonymous about the rumors and myths surrounding the real author of William Shakespeare’s works, director Roland Emmerich and screenwriter John Orloff (HBO’s “Band of Brothers”) will be spending the next few years working on the future with their upcoming projects that explore science fiction, both familiar and original. ComingSoon.net spoke to both filmmakers earlier in… Continue reading Exclusive: Roland Emmerich & John Orloff Look to the Future