Fans of “The Good Wife” were left stunned Sunday (March 23) when Will Gardner’s client Jeffrey Grant (guest star Hunter Parrish) crumbled under the pressure of being on trial for murder and stole a guard’s gun, opening fire inside the courtroom. Gardner later died at the hospital.
Actor Josh Charles’ exit seemingly comes out of nowhere, since the show managed to keep this completely under wraps. But it actually has been… Continue reading 'The Good Wife': Josh Charles' departure opens up rich storylines
Being an actual housewife isn’t a prerequisite on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and there’s no better example than one of the show’s most controversial castmates, Brandi Glanville.
Unfiltered and often admittedly inebriated, Glanville fast became a Bravo favorite and in a new interview the single mother of two opens up about her years as a housewife, before the glitz and glam of the television… Continue reading Brandi Glanville Says She Was ‘Ghetto Rich’ — Her Job As Eddie Cibrian’s Wife Was To Dish Up Dinner & Look ‘Great On His Arm’
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Stephanie Seymour has returned to the scene of her smooch scandal controversy – and she brought her infamous ‘Rich Kids of Instagram’ sons with her!
Two years after the bombshell’s St. Barts lip-locking hurrah with her son, Peter Brant II, the sexy supermodel is back in her bikini on the tropical island for the holidays, and… Continue reading Return To The Smooch Scandal Scene! Stephanie Seymour Back In St. Barts With 'Rich Kid' Sons
Emmy-winning TV director Rich Moore (the man behind classic “Simpsons” episodes including “Marge vs. the Monorail” and “Cape Feare”) tackles his first big-screen movie this Friday in Disney’s “Wreck-It Ralph.” For his feature debut, not only did Moore have to convince lead actor John C. Reilly to overcome his aversion to animation, he decided to make a real arcade game version of the fictional “Fix-It Felix Jr” game in the… Continue reading Rich Moore 'Wreck-It Ralph' Director On The Scene That Made Sarah Silverman Cry
If you think a movie based on the game “Battleship” is silly, you’re not alone. The folks at Screen Crush have just re-imagined “Battleship”– a film about an alien invasion — as a fight against classic board-game characters. (Enter Rich Uncle Pennybags from Monopoly and the King of Candy Land.)
The spoof posters even come with catchy tag lines: Monopoly: “The Battle for Earth Begins at Go” and Jenga: “Attack the… Continue reading 'Battleship' Poster Parody: Taylor Kitsch Faces Off Against Rich Uncle Pennybags