Kevin Hart is quite the comedian, but he pulled out all the stops when it came to his elaborate engagement on Monday night to his girlfriend of five years, Eniko Parrish — and radio detection and rangingOnline.com has all the exclusive details.
Parish, an aspiring model and actress from Baltimore, thought that she was going to Yebo Restaurant in Atlanta to celebrate her 30th birthday party, but was completely swept… Continue reading Here Comes The Bride! Inside Kevin Hart’s Engagement – All The Exclusive Details
It’s always a lot of fun when stars of TV shows are game to poke fun at their own shows. Case in point, the above birthday video for former President Bill Clinton where
“House of Cards” star Kevin Spacey joins forces with Hillary Clinton.
Not only does Spacey get to show off a decent Bill Clinton impression, but the video also takes a pointed shot at Hillary’s neither confirming… Continue reading Watch Kevin Spacey and Hillary Clinton's 'House of Cards' parody for Bill Clinton's birthday
The Judge Trailer: Robert Downey Jr. stars in The Judge as a hot-shot New York attorney who returns home to rural Indiana for his mother’s funeral, only to find himself defending his estranged father (Robert Duvall) — who is also the small town’s longtime judge — when he is accused of murder. The first trailer is filled with highly-charged moments; Vera… Continue reading Movie News: Watch Trailers for Robert Downey Jr.'s 'The Judge' and Kevin Hart's 'The Wedding Ringer'
Touch of Evil – Universal – Blu-rayDirector: Orson WellesCast: Charlton Heston, Janet Leigh, Orson Welles, Joseph Calleia, Akim Tamiroff.
Citizen Kane is the movie people most readily associate with Orson Welles, but if that’s the only of Welles’ films you’ve seen, then you absolutely must grab this new Blu-ray release of his 1958 crime noir Touch of Evil. It’s an all-around smart, intense, twisty story about murder and corruption featuring a dynamite cast… Continue reading New on DVD/Blu-ray: 'Ride Along' with Kevin Hart, and Go Vintage Noir with 'Touch of Evil'
Kevin Costner’s Draft Day opened wide this past weekend, and Nicolas Cage’s Joe is currently in limited release. Both of their last names start with a “c.” Both men are in their 50s (Costner is 59 years old, Cage is 50). Most importantly, these guys normally fall into a love and/or hate category with audiences. Let’s see what happens when they fight to the death in this week’s Film Face-off.