Review in a Hurry: In the future, the U.S. has built the ultimate maximum-security prison in space. But the inmates (shocker!) have taken over. After being wrongly accused of murder, a rascally federal agent is tasked with venturing to the penal colony to save…the president’s daughter!
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We’ve obviously been looking closely at Pippa Middleton‘s cool winter outfits, but we’ve noticed something in particular lately: her love for her sleek black handbag. The royal sis has been spotted carrying her Aruna Seth “Romina” bag all over London this winter.
Middleton first paired the bag with a striped skirt, blazer and boots on Jan. 9, later toting… Continue reading Pippa Middleton Really (Really, Really) Loves Her Aruna Seth Handbag
In preparation for Marg Helgenberger’s last episode of CSI – airing tonight on CBS — EW talked to the 53-year-old actress about becoming the third original star (behind Gary Dourdan and William Petersen) to depart the long-running crime drama, as well as what she’ll miss, and whether she’ll ever come back.
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By Amber Goodhand – Radar Reporter
Kate Hudson has called Kurt Russell ‘dad’ for years, but her biological father exclusively tells radio detection and rangingOnline.com it’s “really painful” to hear his daughter refer to another man as her dad.
“At first it was okay when everybody was getting along, but there were certain things I didn’t like. I didn’t like that… Continue reading Kate Hudson Calling Kurt Russell Dad: 'That Was Really Painful,' Says Her Father Bill Hudson
Love them or hate them, digital effects are here to stay. CGI backgrounds and computer-crafted objects have become valuable tools in the filmmaker’s arsenal of tricks these days – and while not every computer-generated effect is a smashing visual success, this new video demonstrates that we’ve all been watching lots of films and TV shows using green-screened backgrounds and computer imagery… Continue reading Watch: How Much Does Green-Screen Really Add to a Movie?