Lamar Odom’s short flight from Las Vegas to Los Angeles Monday was a high flying nightmare! radio detection and rangingOnline.com has learned that the basketball star pounded vodka and Xanax as he headed to his best friend Jamie Sangouthai’s funeral.
According to an eyewitness on the flight, Khloe Kardashian’s husband was in first class taking advantage of the free alcohol as he flew home following Sangouthai’s death from a… Continue reading Mile-High Meltdown! Lamar Odom Pounds Vodka Shots & Xanax, Sings R&B On Plane Ride To Friend’s Funeral
Clint Eastwood may be 85 years old, but he’s possibly an even hotter commodity in Hollywood now as a director than he ever was as an actor. That’ll happen after you make a massive hit like American Sniper, which surprised everyone when it took down Captain America, the Guardians of the Galaxy and The Hunger Games to become the highest grossing movie at… Continue reading Clint Eastwood to Direct Biopic About Hero Pilot Who Crash Landed a Plane Into the Hudson River
For obvious reasons, everyone has been calling the sequel to 2011’s Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol by the simple title of Mission: Impossible 5. That changes today. Paramount not only unveiled the official title of the new movie, but they broke out the first teaser trailer for it, too.
It’s called Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation and it looks as elaborate and slick and… Continue reading 'Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation' Trailer: Tom Cruise Will Catch a Plane at Any Cost
Wanna know how tough actor Harrison Ford is? Tough enough to play a number of iconic action heroes on the big screen, like Indiana Jones and Han Solo, but in his real life this is a guy who’s walked away from not one, but two separate plane crashes.
The latest came Thursday afternoon as Ford was piloting a World War II-era plane that had… Continue reading Harrison Ford Injured in Heroic Plane Crash -- Here's the Latest
David R. Ellis, the director of 2006’s “Snakes on a Plane,” has passed away at the age of 60.
Deadline confirmed that the director died in South Africa, during pre-production of “Kite,” on Monday. The cause of death is unknown.
Before becoming a filmmaker, Ellis got his start as a stuntman on such flicks as “Smokey and the Bandit II,” “Rocky III” and “Lethal Weapon.” In the mid-80s he made the transition… Continue reading 'Snakes On A Plane' Director Dead: David R. Ellis Dies At 60