A few weeks ago I wished for a Project Runway with tweens, and then I got my wish in Project Runway: Threads. (I really should put my wishing powers to better use, but I can’t complain about getting Christian Siriano back on the small screen.)
Threads, the fourth spin-off of the franchise, is like Runway Lite. Each week, three tween aspiring designers will face off with two challenges; the first… Continue reading ‘Project Runway: Threads’ react: A mini-me version without the bite
In the Monday, Dec. 23, finale of the first season of NBC’s a cappella vocal competition “The Sing-Off” under new executive producer Mark Burnett (“The Voice”), the Minnesota-based, all-male country group Home Free is just that, with a trophy in hand.
Despite the holiday theme of the two-hour finale, it was actually taped in mid-September. After being named the winners (and doing
Hollywood took to Twitter to mourn the passing of Dallas star Larry Hagman. Below, former costars, fans and contemporaries pay tribute to the actor whose larger-than-life performance as J.R. Ewing set a standard for TV villains that arguably has never been matched.
My friend is taking a break. Pardon my silence. Love Patrick http://t.co/oWNqx0k0
— Patrick Duffy (@therealpduffy) November 24, 2012
Larry Hagman not just a great actor, not just… Continue reading Celebs react to death of Larry Hagman on Twitter
In the wake of the horrific shooting at a screening of “The Dark Knight Rises” in Aurora, Colorado, celebrities took to Twitter to express their sympathies.
The outspoken filmmaker and political activist, Michael Moore, was left speechless by the violence of the event.
At approximately 12:30 a.m. on July 20, a gunmen entered a theater at the Century 16 cinema in Aurora. The suspect was said to have set off a tear… Continue reading Colorado 'Dark Knight Rises' Shooting: Celebrities React To Tragedy
New Yorker critic David Denby didn’t just piss off Sony and David Fincher with that embargo-breaking ‘Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’ review. He also managed to ruffle Cameron Crowe and Matt Damon’s feathers in his dismissive explanation about why he wanted to feature ‘Dragon Tattoo,’ over, say, Crowe’s new movie, ‘We Bought a Zoo.’ “What to put in the magazine on December 5? Certainly not ‘We… Continue reading Matt Damon and Cameron Crowe React to New Yorker 'Zoo' Diss