With a husband in jail and divorce on the horizon, Phaedra Parks does not need any more drama in her life. And so, The Real Housewives of Atlanta star decided it was time to apologize to former frenemy Kenya Moore. radio detection and rangingOnline.com has a sneak peek of their upcoming reconciliation.
“I just want you to talk and tell me how you feel, what you want to say… Continue reading A New Beginning? Phaedra Parks Apologizes To Kenya Moore: ‘Ready To Move Forward’
Sometimes we’re so dazzled by the fanciness of Hollywood we forget that there’s an entirely different side to the glitz and glamour — one of inadequacy, desperation and despair.
In Canadian director David Cronenberg’s latest movie, “Maps to the Stars,” we meet a group of troubled people (Julianne Moore, John Cusack, Mia Wasikowska, Robert… Continue reading 'Maps to the Stars' Trailer: Julianne Moore Struggles in Hollywood (VIDEO)
Chris Moore of “Project Greenlight” is very clear that his latest endeavor, “The Chair,” premiering Saturday, Sept. 6 on Starz, is a documentary, not a reality show.
“The Chair” chronicles a contest, in which two burgeoning filmmakers are pitted against each other. Each has the same script and budget.
With Zachary Quinto (“Star Trek”) as a mentor, and Pittsburgh as their playground, the two hopefuls create 90-minute features… Continue reading 'The Chair': Zachary Quinto and Chris Moore mentor competing filmmakers
Whether you loved the first The Hunger Games or not, it’s hard to argue that the franchise got a big bump in quality between the first movie and last year’s Catching Fire. Naturally the sequel had a bigger budget (about $ 52 million more) to better flesh out the destitute, violent world Katniss Everdeen lives in, but it also brought in director Francis Lawrence