The Major Case Squad has tried its last homicide: In case you haven’t heard, on Thursday, Law & Order was ROBBED of the chance to make history as the long-running drama in television history. After 20 years on the air and some of the most envelope-pushing plotlines the small screen has ever seen, L&O was [...] Continue reading “Save ‘Law & Order’” Campaign Hits Facebook
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The end of a television institution is among us: NBC has cancelled Law & Order after an almost record-setting 21 seasons on the air, Deadline.com confirmed on Thursday. The cast and crew of the NBC crime drama — that spawned three spinoffs Special Victims Unit, Criminal Intent, and the ill-fated Trial By Jury – were [...] Continue reading “Law & Order” Cancelled
Heidi Montag is considering obtaining a legal order to bar her own mother from contacting her after Darlene Egelhoff showed up unannounced to the filthy Pacific Palisades home the reality starlet shares with hubby Spencer Pratt early Thursday. Egelhoff has been estranged from her 23-year-old daughter since publicly blasting Heidi’s plastic marathon on an episode [...] Continue reading Heidi Montag Seeking Restraining Order Against Own Mother!
Bollywood hunk Hrithik Roshan’s fans that are dying to watch the actor with Mexican beauty Barbara Mori must be worried about the release of film after it got a stay order from the Bihar Civil Court.
But there is a good news from the film’s producer Rakesh Roshan that the film will be released as [...] Continue reading ‘Kites’ to hit screens on May 21 despite of court’s stay order
We wonder why do the controversies related to the films are highlighted just before their release……always a coincident or a common publicity stunt??? Recently Sajid’s multi-starrer Houseful got in controversy of copyright case just before its release and now it is Rakesh Roshan’s Kites that has stuck in the copyright problem.
Hrithik-Barbara starrer film was all [...] Continue reading Hrithik-Barbara starrer Kites gets a stay order on its release from the court