By radio detection and ranging Staff
A former America’s Next Top Model contestant’s battle with crystal meth addiction is the subject of an explosive new episode of Dr. Phil, and radio detection and rangingOnline.com has video of the reality doc’s intervention.
Six years ago, striking beauty Jael Strauss was a finalist on the Tyra Banks hosted show; expected to go on and… Continue reading America's Next Top Model To Meth Addict: Dr. Phil Tries To Save Drug-Addled Reality Star
The suits at NBC woke up in a panic this morning, knowing they’d have to find some old Seinfeld-era “We won!” boilerplate to dust off. The network dominated (yes, you read that correctly) Monday night with its tag team of singing competition The Voice and singing drama Smash, winning the 18-49 demo in the 8pm to 10pm time slot on a Monday for the first time since 2008.
Following up on… Continue reading Can Smash and The Voice Save NBC?
The production of ‘Men in Black 3′ was besieged with everything from budgetary issues to trailer issues. As in: Will Smith’s mega-trailer was forced to move off the SoHo street in Manhattan that it was parked on during shooting because of neighbor complaints. The ‘Men in Black 3′ trailer trailer doesn’t appear to be as big of a problem on first glance. The under two-minute… Continue reading 'Men in Black 3' Trailer: Will Smith Time-Jumps Into the Past to Save Tommy Lee Jones
Following last night’s secret, work-in-progress screening of Martin Scorsese’s Hugo, it didn’t take long for myself and a few other online journos to giddily dissect Scorsese’s use of 3D throughout the film. Even though the effects weren’t 100% yet, one could tell the master director had delivered what was perhaps the most satisfying 3D experience since Avatar, weaving the technology into the film so that it… Continue reading The Conversation: Will Martin Scorsese's 'Hugo' Save 3D?