Time Warner Cable and Viacom announced the multi-year renewal of their distribution agreement Tuesday afternoon in a deal that will for the first time make entertainment network EPIX available to subscribers.
Per the agreement, the addition of EPIX, a hybrid premium cable/satellite TV network and subscription video on demand service, will put over 3,000 titles — like The Hunger Games, Skyfall and World War Z – at the fingertips of… Continue reading Time Warner Cable makes new deal with Viacom
Kris Humphries auctioned off the engagement ring he gave to ex-wife Kim Kardashian and although it wasvalued at $ 2 million, the diamond bauble only raked in less than half of that, $ 749,000 on Tuesday.
Auctioned by Christie’s in New York, the 16.2-karat emerald cut stone surrounded by 1.8-karats of side diamonds ring by Lorraine Schwartz was listed by an anonymous “gentleman,” but a rep for Humphries confirmed to E! News that he… Continue reading Banking On The Breakup: Kris Humphries Makes $749K On Auction Of Kim Kardashian’s Engagement Ring, Less Than Half Of The $2M Value!
Whether attacking a photographer, peeing in a kitchen worker’s mop bucket, or spitting on his own fans, Justin Bieber has not exactly shown a great regard for the feelings of others in recent weeks. But his behavior while on tour in China has topped even his previous bratty antics: On Monday, September 30, Bieber was spotted forcing a team of bodyguards to carry him on their shoulders up… Continue reading Ego Out-of-Control? Justin Bieber Makes Bodyguards Carry Him Up The Great Wall Of China, Sprint Behind Him While Skateboarding
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Award-winning documentary filmmaker Werner Herzog has trained his lens on a serious new subject: texting while driving.
Herzog teamed up with AT&T to make “From One Second to the Next,” a harrowing and haunting 30 minutes of interviews with victims and perpetrators of car accidents caused by distracted drivers.
The short film flowed out of commercials the director made for a… Continue reading Werner Herzog Makes Documentary About Texting While Driving