“24: Live Another Day.”
Latino Review, though there’s no information about who she will play in the movie. On “24: Live Another Day” Chong appeared as
Yes, that was Erykah Badu on the news.
The R&B singer, 43, randomly interrupted a PIX 11 live broadcast in New York on Friday, walking a little too close to anchorman Mario Diaz in a large white hat.
She then made lewd sexual hand gestures and even put her arms around Diaz, ready for a big kiss.
The reporter pushed Badu out of the way and continued discussing… Continue reading Erykah Badu Crashes Live News Broadcast: Singer Kisses Anchorman, Makes Lewd Hand Gestures WATCH The Bizarre Video!
They Live: John Carpenter’s 1988 science-fiction cult classic They Live, set in Los Angeles, revolves around an alien invasion by extraterrestrials who control mankind via subliminal messages. This week two Los Angeles artists, Stephen Zeigler and Calder Greenwood, reenacted scenes from the movie, guerilla-style, complete with “signage and [an] actor dressed as an alien in a business suit as seen through Roddy… Continue reading Movie News: See a Cool Reenactment of John Carpenter's 'They Live'
Twitter is a handy place to scan the latest headlines, enjoy your favorite comedian’s analyses of your least favorite reality show, and, yes, write horrific things about famous people. Jimmy Kimmel Live has turned that third thing into a simply clever and satisfying bit called “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets,” in which… well, it’s pretty much what it sounds like: Movie and TV stars recite the terrible things that people… Continue reading ‘Mean Tweets’ on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’: Which celebrities asked for meaner tweets?
Earlier today Movies.com had the great privilege of sitting down with William Friedkin and picking his brain for an hour straight. Suffice to say, the director of The Exorcist, The French Connection and many others gave us a ton to think about. We’ll be posting more of our interview with him next week, but today we wanted to share one particular part of the… Continue reading William Friedkin Tells Us 'Killer Joe' and 'To Live and Die in L.A.' TV Shows Are in the Works