SiriusXM’s The Opie & Anthony show has chimed in on Paris Jackson’s suicide attempt, doubting the 15-year-old’s sincerity to end her life and raising issues with her unconventional upbringing with the Jackson family since her father Michael’s 2009 death.
“How do you expect mental stability growing up in that f***ing nuthouse?” show member Jim Norton asked Thursday (possibly referring to the family’s well-publicized internal upheaval last summer when grandmother Katherine… Continue reading Comic Jim Norton On Paris Jackson: ‘How Do You Expect Mental Stability Growing Up In That Nuthouse?’
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This weekend, DreamWorks Animation adds another group of outlandish characters to an already-ridiculous family of ogres, dragons and superheroes with the caveman clan known as “The Croods.”
Since its inception in the mid ’90s, DreamWorks has been seen as a cinematic… Continue reading DreamWorks Animation Fan Art: 'How to Train Your Dragon,' Shrek,' and More
When they say, “They don’t make ‘em like that anymore,” this is what they’re talking about. “How the West Was Won,” released in America 50 years ago this week (on February 20, 1963) was probably the most ambitious western ever made, an epic saga spanning four generations, 50 years, two-and-a-half hours, five vignettes, three directors (well, actually four), the widest possible screen, and an enormous cast of A-listers, including James… Continue reading 'How the West Was Won': 25 Things You Didn't Know About the Classic Western