A Manhattan judge ordered Shia LaBeouf‘s uncle to repay him an $ 800,000 loan, but RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned the Transformers actor’s uncle won’t go down without a fight and has filed new legal documents challenging the order.
As radio detection and ranging previously reported, LaBeouf’s uncle, Barry Saide, was ordered in Feb. to pay him back for a 2009… Continue reading Shia LaBeouf’s Uncle Refuses To Lose: Legal Documents Filed Against Actor To Reverse $800K Settlement
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The most interesting war on the hit show Storage Wars is not between the contestants bidding for lockers, it’s the one pitting the show against its best-known star.
Execs at A&E have locked out Dave Hester, blocking him from filming several shows for the new season as tensions mounted between the two sides, radio detection and rangingOnline.com… Continue reading Storage Wars Locks Out Its Star, Refuses To Let Him Shoot New Episodes
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The same Mormon-owned Utah station that refused to carry NBC’s The Playboy Club last season is now giving a thumbs down to the net’s new comedy The New Normal.
The CEO of KSL-TV’s parent company told the Salt Lake Tribune that “from time to time we may struggle with content” and that the dialogue may be “excessively rude.” The… Continue reading Utah station refuses to carry ‘The New Normal’
Remember that crazy story about how Universal was planning to offer the upcoming Tower Heist on VOD, three weeks after its theatrical release (for a heft price tag of $ 60)? Well, you should. It only happened two days ago. And it’s pretty crazy news, so you might remember the details just for the sheer lunacy of the scheme.
Anyway, not only are movie fans scoffing… Continue reading Cinemark Refuses to Play 'Tower Heist' Over Dumb Decisions