Remember when you were a kid and actually stuck around the TV for the commercials because they advertised totally awesome toys? And do you remember how you wished you could go inside the world of those toys and live alongside your favorite heroes?
That’s basically the premise of Steve Kostanski‘s brilliant ABCs of Death 2 segment, “W is for Wish,” except the kids in… Continue reading 'ABCs of Death 2' Mad Genius Steve Kostanski Talks Sending Kids to a Fantasy Hell-scape
Interstellar: We still have a couple more months before Christopher Nolan’s new sci-fi film arrives in theaters, so let’s try to tide ourselves over for now with six new images, including shots featuring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and David Gyasi in space and Jessica Chastain and Casey Affleck back on Earth, plus two behind-the-scenes looks, one of which has Nolan directing McConaughey. Click the… Continue reading Movie News: More 'Interstellar' Images; 'Real Genius' TV Series; Full 'Babadook' Trailer
Kris Jenner has been slammed by her own sister and called out for her hungry ambition but she does have her defenders, and radio detection and rangingOnline.com spoke exclusively with the stars of the new reality show Mother of All Talent who said they believe the controversial momager is “a genius.”
Nikki Galarza and her daughter Lorri Tierney are two Staten Island, NY women who run a talent agency… Continue reading Feeling The Love! Kardashian Momager Kris Jenner Is A ‘Genius,’ New Reality TV Stars Claim
by Lynn Elber, AP
LOS ANGELES (AP) – James Gandolfini, whose portrayal of a brutal, emotionally delicate mob boss in HBO’s “The Sopranos” was the brilliant core of one of TV’s greatest drama series and turned the mobster stereotype on its head, died Wednesday in Italy. He was 51.
Gandolfini died while on holiday in Rome, the cable channel and Gandolfini’s managers Mark Armstrong and Nancy Sanders said… Continue reading James Gandolfini: Friends, Family Mourn Acting 'Genius'
After Joss Whedon finished filming his $ 220 million mega-blockbuster “The Avengers,” he knew he had to do something to unwind. And while most people would take a well-earned vacation after a massive project like that, Whedon instead chose to make another movie. Filmed in 12 days. At his house. Because of course he did.
Inspired by informal Shakespeare readings he and his friends had been holding… Continue reading 'Much Ado About Nothing' Star Alexis Denisof Talks Joss Whedon Genius