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The trial for the man who killed Blake Shelton‘s mentor Wayne Mills kicked off in Tennessee this week. But will The Voice star get to see justice served first-hand?

As the trial began this week in a Tennessee court, defense lawyers for Christopher Ferrell expressed concern jurors might be improperly influenced if Mills’ famous friends — including country stars Shelton and his wife Miranda Lambert — are allowed to… Continue reading Too Famous For Trial? Blake Shelton Could Sway Jurors In Mentor Wayne Mills’ Murder Case, Killer’s Lawyer Warns

A Texas jury is deliberating the fate of the ex-Marine who admits he killed “American Sniper” Chris Kyle and another man. His lawyers argue he is not guilty because he is insane, but will the jury buy it?

Kyle’s widow, Tara Kyle, got a final shot during the defense closing arguments when she stormed out of the courtroom, slamming the door loudly as the defense delivered its closing arguments… Continue reading Time For Justice! Jury Gets ‘American Sniper’ Murder Case — Is His Killer Really Insane?

The puppy did it.

Now that How to Get Away with Murder finally revealed that Wes (Alfred Enoch) was actually the one to land the death blow on Sam (Tom Verica), the cast opened up to EW on some of the best theories they heard before the killer reveal.

1. “My favorite was that Sam wasn’t dead. This was just Annalise playing a game on them to teach… Continue reading ‘How to Get Away with Murder’ cast shares best killer theories

ABC is the first out of the gate with full-season orders, picking up drama How to Get Away with Murder and comedy Black-ish.

Shondaland’s Murder, which stars Viola Davis as an ethically dubious criminal law professor, has become the top series debut of the fall. The series delivered a whopping 14 million viewers and a 3.8 rating among adults 18-49 in its debut. The season will have… Continue reading ABC gives full season orders to ‘How to Get Away with Murder,’ ‘Black-ish’

Few filmmakers demand the attention of audience and critics alike quite like David Fincher. With a career filled with critical darlings, cult favorites, box office hits and misunderstood masterpieces, the one constant is his attention to detail and craft. Few filmmakers showcase this level of technical precision and your average Fincher film is carefully crafted, icy and often cruel. On a purely… Continue reading The Most Spellbinding David Fincher Scenes, from Jump Scares to Murder Mysteries