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John Henson, the 48-year-old son of late Muppets genius Jim Henson, died of a “sudden massive heart attack” on Friday.
Henson’s death was confirmed by The Jim Henson Company on Saturday, which posted the news of his passing to the company’s official Facebook page.
Henson, like his father, Jim, and mother, Jane, was a puppeteer. His credits include work on “The… Continue reading John Henson Dead: Son of Muppets Creator Jim Henson Dies of 'Massive Sudden' Heart Attack at 48
Beloved British actor Tim Curry is reportedly recovering well after suffering a massive stroke at his Los Angeles home Thursday night.
Representatives for the 67-year-old star of such cult classics as “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” and “Clue” said Curry was “doing great” following the incident.
“He absolutely can speak and is recovering at this time and in great humor,” said his longtime agent Marcia Hurwitz, refuting suggestions that the collapse had… Continue reading Tim Curry Is Fine After Suffering a Massive Stroke: Report
Justin Bieber refused to be on the cover of his mom’s tell-all book detailing her journey through drug and alcohol addiction and threw a hissy fit when she asked him, a source close to the situation exclusively told radio detection and rangingOnline.com.
While Pattie Mallette still had her book deal for Nowhere But Up: The Story Of Justin Bieber’s Mom in the works, the publisher allegedly wanted her famous son… Continue reading Justin Bieber Threw ‘Massive Hissy Fit’ When His Mom Wanted Him On The Cover Of Her Book
In today’s example of forever alone or forever awesome is a man who turned his 140-square foot living room into a Star Wars diorama depicting the Battle of Hoth. Mega fan of George Lucas’ space opus Barry has a good sense of humor about it, too: “You know, nothing really lets everybody know that you’re quite the ladies man than having a massive Hoth dio… Continue reading Fan Made: 'Star Wars' Nut Turns His Entire Living Room into Massive Diorama
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The Sci-fi Book Club: Cloud Atlas Is Experimental Science Fiction at Its Best
Cloud Atlas made its big premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival a few days ago and it was not surprising that reactions were all over the place. Anyone who has read the book could have predicted that (read the… Continue reading Pondering the Massive 'Cloud Atlas' Movie, and Why 'The Manhattan Projects' Needs to Become a Movie