Jeff, Who Lives At Home Official Trailer #1 – Jason Segel, Ed Helms Movie (2012) HD
Jeff, Who Lives At Home Official Trailer #1 – Jason Segel, Ed Helms Movie (2012) HD Subscribe to TRAILERS: bit.ly Dispatched from his basement room on an errand for his mother, slacker Jeff might discover his destiny (finally) when he spends the day with his brother as he tracks… Continue reading Jeff, Who Lives At Home Official Trailer #1 - Jason Segel, Ed Helms Movie (2012) HD
The house where Kevin McCallister swung his burglar-besting pain cans has been taken off the market.
Back in May, the sprawling booby-trapped home from 1990’s “Home Alone” went up for sale for a cool $ 2.4 million. (Hands on cheeks!)
The 14 bedroom/3.2 bath home boasts more than a terrifying basement and booby-trapped accoutrements — the Georgian mansion is situated just north of Chicago, on a half-acre of land, a stone’s throw… Continue reading 'Home Alone' House Sold: Famous House Sells For $1.58 Million
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Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott are on the move again after selling their mini-mansion in L.A.’s Encino district for $ 2.5million and snapping up a spread in Malibu for almost the same amount.
The couple had listed the Encino house, where they’ve filmed their reality show Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood, for $ 3.199 million but took a hit to get it sold.
Tori… Continue reading Tori & Dean Sell Home Sweet Hollywood Home, Buy Malibu Oasis
CANCELLATION AND SCHEDULIZATION NEWS
… It’s a tough housing market even for shows about building houses. ABC has canceled its reality series Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. The final episode will air January 13, ending the series’ nine-season run, but ABC plans on producing one-off specials. Probably when the president of ABC needs a new deck overlooking his infinity pool. [ABC, via press release]
… CBS has decided to switch up its schedule… Continue reading News Briefs: ABC Forecloses on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
I’ve read that one of the worst things in life is wasted talent. Not true. The worst thing in life is the movie Home Alone, John Hugh’s love letter to child abuse and groin-punching. The film stars McCauley Culkin as Kevin, a spoiled brat who, after being abandoned by his narcissistic parents on Christmas, devises elegant and ingenious ways to inflict emotional and physical torture onto… Continue reading Fiction vs. Reality: What if 'Home Alone' Happened in Real Life?