In with the new and out with the old. According to
Deadline, 20-year-old comedian Pete Davidson has joined the ranks of
“Saturday Night Live” as a featured player.
Davidson, who is the only new featured player being added to Season 40 of “SNL,” has appeared on MTV’s
“Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” and Comedy Central’s “Adam DeVine’s House Party.” News of the comedian’s casting comes after the
This is it. The long-awaited sequel to 2005′s “Sin City,” “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For,” is being released Friday, August 22. And with any big Hollywood-type release comes a big Hollywood-type premiere, featuring all the stars from said big Hollywood-type release walking the red carpet and celebrating their new movie.
Everyone wants to go, but not… Continue reading Watch the 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' Premiere Live (and in 3D)!
Alleged toddler killer Ross Harris’ wife Leanna may be in the clear.
A lawyer for the Georgia woman— whose husband was charged with felony murder after he is believed to have abandoned their 22-month-old son Cooper in a hot car for seven hours on June 18— announced that a victim’s impact statement has been requested on behalf of his client, which implies prosecutors do not intend to charge her.
AMC’s 1980s-set computer drama
“Halt and Catch Fire” finished its first season Sunday night (Aug. 3) as Joe, Gordon, Cameron and Donna all got some closure to their stories.
The show debuted to not-so-strong ratings, and hasn’t made as much of a pop culture splash as the network’s other dramas. As the season wrapped up with episode 10, “1984,” Cameron and Donna turned out to… Continue reading 'Halt and Catch Fire' Season 1 finale: Did AMC's drama live up to its promise?
With production of “Star Wars: Episode VII” ongoing, it looks like yet another new member has been added to the cast. Christina Chong, who was most recently seen on
“24: Live Another Day.”
The report comes from
Latino Review, though there’s no information about who she will play in the movie. On “24: Live Another Day” Chong appeared as