J.R. honey, the camera is over here.
I was a little too young to watch Dallas when it first aired in 1978 and too much of a teenager to care when it ended in 1991, but I still understand the imprint that the primetime soap left on television. Backstabbing, adultery, and murder wouldn’t be the television staples they are today if it weren’t for the petty power struggles… Continue reading TNT's Dallas Teaser: Sex, Money, and Oil, Maybe at the Same Time (VIDEO)
Angelina Jolie, Sarah Jessica Parker and Jennifer Aniston topped Forbes’ list of Top Ten highest-paid actresses this year, but did you vote for any of them at the ticket counter lately?
Julia Roberts, who just suffered a flop with ‘Larry Crowne’ and whose ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ also underperformed last year ranked fifth on the list with a still enviable $ 20 million, while the massive ‘Twilight’ films… Continue reading Are These Highly Paid Actresses Worth Your Money?
by radio detection and ranging Staff
He may be minus his two Goddesses now but Charlie Sheen has proved that he is still winning!
The embattled star has inked a deal for a new sitcom with Lionsgate Television and with a bidding war underway he is set to make more money than ever, radio detection and rangingOnline.com can exclusively reveal.
“Charlie has inked… Continue reading Charlie Sheen Inks Deal For New Sitcom – Stands To Make More Money Than Ever!
By Alexis TereszcukRadar Reporter
Britney Spears is on top of her game, but she wants you to know she’s “just like everybody else.”
The 29-year-old pop star’s new album, Femme Fatale, is getting the best reviews of her career, she has a boyfrie… Continue reading Britney Spears: ‘I’m Just Like Everybody Else’
Actor Charlie Sheen has decided to donate a portion of the money from his live stage shows to help people affected by earthquake in Japan. Aceshowbiz.com reports that Sheen posted a message on his website saying: “One dollar from each ticket to ‘My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not An Option Show’ LIVE will be [...] Continue reading Sheen to donate live shows money to quake-hit Japan