A will has been filed for the late Sheila von Wiese-Mack — the 62-year-old Chicago woman who investigators said was killed by her 19-year-old daughter Heather, and the girl’s 21-year-old boyfriend — in her home state of Illinois, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has learned.
The Chicago Sun-Times’ local subsidiary, the Oak Leaves, reported that local lawyer Lance Taylor put through the documents last week.
“Having the will, I have an obligation… Continue reading Heather Mack Murder Case: Late Mother’s Will Filed; Accused Killers Remain Silent, Awaiting American Attorney
Terry Gilliam’s long-awaited next film, “Zero Theorem,” is finally going to hit the big screen.
Amplify and Well Go USA Entertainment announced that they acquired the domestic distribution rights to Gilliam’s sci-fi movie and will release it in late summer. “Zero Theorem” debuted at last year’s Venice Film Festival… Continue reading Terry Gilliam's Sci-Fi Movie, 'Zero Theorem,' Set for Late Summer Release
Actor Ralph Waite died Thursday at the age of 85, and though he was best known for for his portrayal of stalwart father figure John Walton on The Waltons, which ran from 1971-81, in recent years, he had recurring roles on Bones, NCIS, and Days of Our Lives. And after news of Waite’s passing, cast and producers from those shows honored the actor.
The cast and crew… Continue reading Ralph Waite: ‘NCIS,’ ‘Bones’ casts honor late actor
We knew it was coming — but Seth Meyers has finally set an end date for SNL.
Today at the Television Critics Association press tour, where Meyers held a panel to talk about his new Late Night gig, Meyers revealed that Feb. 1 will his last time behind the Weekend Update desk, as he prepares for his new show’s Feb. 24 premiere. “It’s heartbreaking, but I’m really happy I came… Continue reading Seth Meyers calls impending ‘SNL’ exit ‘heartbreaking,’ admits to ‘Late Night’ nerves
We’re suckers for a great love story, so this short film created by the folks behind the Lost Letter Project caught our attention on Open Culture. A letter from a Lt. Joseph O. Matthews was delivered to Abbi Jacobson’s apartment nearly 70 years after it was sent. The envelope was addressed to Mrs. Joseph O. Matthews, and Jacobson’s imagination started to reel.
The letter appeared to be… Continue reading See a Lost Love Letter from World War II Delivered 70 Years Late in the 'Lost Letter Project'