The Expendables franchise is all about assembling as many tough guys as possible, putting them in the same room, and watching them bounce off each other. During the course of three films, these assembled action heroes kill countless bad guys in countless ways and make it all look effortless.
Look, a movie can make anyone look like a trained killer. It’s all about camera tricks and… Continue reading Ranking the 'Expendables 3' Cast from Least Deadly to Deadliest
Teen Mom 2 star Adam Lind just can’t seem to stay out of trouble.
The Minnehaha County Jail confirms to radio detection and rangingOnline.com that the troubled father of Chelsea Houska’s 4-year-old daughter Aubree was arrested at 10 PM last night for violating his enrollment in the 24/7 Program, a system in which chronic DUI offenders must undergo drug and alcohol testing once a day.
“He either… Continue reading ‘Teen Mom 2’ Star Chelsea Houska’s Bad Boy Baby Daddy Adam Lind Arrested AGAIN And Jailed For At Least Three Days
A month ago, I waded through the box office reports and aggregate reviews of all the movies based on video games over the years to find out how they ranked as far as ticket sales and overall approval from audiences. It was an interesting experiment that offered up some surprises as far as the relationship (or lack thereof) between a film’s success at the… Continue reading The Geek Beat: The Most -- and Least -- Successful Marvel Movies, by the Numbers
It’s official: Kristen Stewart and Tom Cruise cannot be trusted — well, if you listen to a recent Reader’s Digest poll, that is.
RD took 200 public figures, including Tom Hanks, Sandra Bullock, and Steven Spielberg, and asked 1,000 of their readers to vote to determine the “100 Most Trusted People in America.” The “Twilight” actress and the “Oblivion” star landed at the bottom of the barrel among participants.
According to RD… Continue reading Kristen Stewart, Tom Cruise Named Least Trusted People in America
Idol’s latest fallen singer had a feeling this wasn’t going to be his night.
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“This whole week, it was basically God giving me a sign so that I could be prepared,” said 19-year-old New Orleans native Burnell Taylor.
Although he had the opportunity to redeem himself, he said he knew the judges wouldn’t go for the save. Nonetheless, he sang… Continue reading ‘American Idol’ eliminated contestant: ‘By the time I’m 25 I better have at least six Grammys’