The Wolf of Wall Street may just have the best ensemble cast of 2013. It’s filled with a wide array of characters that are likable, disgusting, amoral, sexy, hard working, revolting, and hilarious. The sad thing is they’re all based on real people.
And since Martin Scorsese’s film is based on events from the late ’80s into the ’90s, it took place during the home video revolution… Continue reading See the Real People Behind the Insanity in 'The Wolf of Wall Street'
Following our lid-blowing report on pre-arranged scenes on the Real Housewives of Orange County, former Real Housewives of New York cast member Alex McCord shares her own experiences with the Bravo franchise’s penchant for re-creating history, one take at a time.
McCord recalled an incident in the show’s first season in which castmate Jill Zarin summoned her to a shindig — which producers threw a wrench… Continue reading Deja Vu! Following Our Lead, Alex McCord Opens Up About Faked Scenes On ‘The Real Housewives Of New York’
No one leaves the Housewives by choice, or do they?
Being a part of the storied Bravo franchise is a gift that most women wouldn’t give back, but in the case of Real Housewives of Orange County star Lydia McLaughlin, she is the one that decided to quit the show after just one season and she revealed her secret reason why to Star magazine.
“I want to… Continue reading Lydia McLaughlin Reveals The REAL Reason Why She Left ‘Real Housewives Of Orange County’
Man of Tai Chi is like if Nicolas Winding Refn time traveled 30 years into the past and made a Jean-Claude Van Damme fight movie. But it wasn’t made by Refn, there’s no time machine, and the star is even better than JCVD in his glory days. It’s the directorial debut of Keanu Reeves, and it’s a bold, stylish, manly movie about a good guy who… Continue reading Keanu Reeves on How His Real Experience with an Eccentric Billionaire Shaped the Villain in 'Man of Tai Chi'
According to the magazine’s inside source, Bellino wasn’t even asked back for Season 8 until a new cast member dropped out at the last minute. If true, that would explain Alexis and her misogynistic husband Jim’s flimsy storyline and noticeable lack of substance in what little air time they got.
Gretchen, on the other hand, probably knew she was next and may