Not every movie about space exploration gets to use NASA logos. As a government agency, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration has the right to refuse representation on screen if they consider that representation a negative portrayal. Inaccuracies galore are okay, such as in the case of Armageddon, but apparently showing an astronaut murder another astronaut can get a movie like Red Planet denied.
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On this week’s episode of ‘Real Housewives of New York,’ Heather Thomson confronted Bethenny Frankel for her “harsh” behavior during Dorinda Medley‘s birthday party.
Frankel was brought to tears when Thomson fired at her for her attitude during Medley’s 50th birthday blowout in the Berkshires.
The tension between the housewives began before the Skinnygirl mogul even arrived, as the women discussed Frankel’s inability to form healthy relationships with girlfriends.… Continue reading ‘She Really Is Harsh!': Bethenny Frankel Brought To Tears After Heather Thomson Questions Her Behavior On Explosive ‘RHONY’
Far away from the halls of Comic-Con and in the middle of the night on a random Monday, Marvel Studios made a monster announcement that should prove to be the biggest game-changer for the superhero movie genre since Marvel’s The Avengers helped create a new mold for the shared cinematic universe: Spider-Man is joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
This is the first… Continue reading We Answer Your Top 5 Burning Questions About the New Spider-Man
Now that Peggy Carter has tracked down Howard Stark’s “baby babies”—aka his stolen inventions, most of which could probably level a city block if not threaten the world—what’s next for Marvel’s Agent Carter? EW caught up with executive producers Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas to ask some burning questions:
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: At what point do the other SSR agents figure out Agent Carter (Hayley Atwell) has been working