A judge has just ordered 10 pages of questions to be answered by Justin Bieber in written form and submitted back to the court, and radio detection and rangingOnline.com has exclusively obtained the questions.
The questions are in regard to an ongoing lawsuit against Bieber and his bodyguard, filed by a Miami Beach photographer, and the Canadian pop star has just one week… Continue reading Justin Bieber Ordered To Answer 10 Pages Of Questions Issued By Judge: Give Me ALL Info On EVERYONE Whose Traveled With You In The Last 2 Years!
Welcome to the YA Movie Countdown, our resident expert’s biweekly guide to young-adult book-to-film adaptations.
A little over a week ago, the very first trailer for Phillip Noyce’s adaptation of The Giver arrived. We’re talking about a Newbery Medal-winning book beloved by many and included in countless school curriculums across the country, and for good reason, too; Lois Lowry’s book is engaging, entertaining and boasts numerous… Continue reading Why 'The Giver' Needs to Give Fans More Confidence
The new teaser for “Under the Skin,” the creepy thriller starring Scarlett Johansson as a man-eating alien seductress, doesn’t reveal much more than the previous trailer, though what it lacks in exposition it makes up for in chill-inducing suspense.
It opens with the same extreme close-up shot of an eyeball as the first teaser, but lingers even longer on the pupil, which absorbs… Continue reading The New 'Under the Skin' Teaser Will Give You the Creeps (VIDEO)
Let’s just call this one Season Nine, Time for a Spin-off!
But as buzz continued to build about Supernatural’s upcoming spin-off executive producers Jeremy Carver and Robert Singer yesterday shared with EW some new info about the spin-off, which is currently scheduled to be introduced to viewers in episode 20 of the upcoming new season.
In the Chicago-set episode, Carver said we’ll be introduced to a show that would, if picked up by… Continue reading ‘Supernatural’ bosses give scoop on spin-off: ‘It’s much more of an ensemble show’
On the first full day of testimony in the Michael Jackson wrongful death lawsuit, a paramedic that responded to the pop singer’s rented mansion in 2009 after a 911 call was placed testified that he didn’t believe the King of Pop’s then doctor, Conrad Murray was qualified to give his own patient CPR, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is reporting.
Katherine Jackson filed the lawsuit against concert promoter AEG, and alleges… Continue reading Michael Jackson Wrongful Death Lawsuit – Paramedic Testifies Conrad Murray Wasn’t Qualified To Give CPR