Out of all of Marvel’s upcoming projects, the one with the least amount of “legacy” behind it is the Netflix series Jessica Jones. In fact, Marvel’s never even published a comic called Jessica Jones; the comic was called Alias, but that title was already claimed for TV by another popular action show. Casting rumors for the lead role on Jessica Jones have… Continue reading Marvel Studios Countdown: Jessica Jones Jumps from 'Alias' to Netflix
Indiana Jones: The latest rumor concerning Indiana Jones is that a younger actor might be cast instead of Harrison Ford in the role if the fifth installment isn’t ready by a certain date. That’s pretty nebulous, but not really surprising; Ford will turn 72 this summer, and retirement from the role is inevitable. The new wrinkle… Continue reading Movie News: Indiana Jones Recasting; Meryl Streep Teaming With Diablo Cody; 'Let's Be Cops' Trailer
Mark Darcy is dead.
Helen Fielding, British author of the wildly popular “Bridget Jones’s Diary” and its sequel, “Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason,” said that the upcoming third book in the series, “Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy” will begin with a tragic event: the revelation that Darcy died in a car accident five years earlier. Bridget and Darcy did get married… Continue reading Sorry, 'Bridget Jones' Fans; Mark Darcy Is Dead
When news broke that both Rashida Jones and Rob Lowe would be stepping away from “Parks and Recreation” permanently midway through the comedy’s upcoming sixth season, it became clear that Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) would find herself adrift without her best friend Ann Perkins.
Who might fill the void in Leslie’s life? Executive producer Mike Schur spoke with TV Line, telling the website that the… Continue reading 'Parks and Recreation' Season 6: With Rashida Jones out, who will be Leslie's new BFF?
Originally published in our April 15, 2013 issue featuring Brad Paisley on the cover.
George Jones is still a badass. Sliding into the driver’s seat of his tricked-out Audi, the 81-year-old doesn’t bother to buckle his seatbelt. Instead, he hits the gas and starts descending, with Country Weekly in the back seat, down the winding driveway of his manor in Franklin, Tenn.
It’s an impressive, sprawling property, 78 acres