Patrick Dempsey has earned himself quite a bit of goodwill playing Dr. Derek Shepherd on ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy” for the past nine seasons. It was an image rejuvenation, jump-starting the actor’s career that had mostly laid dormant since the early ’90s — an actor’s dream. And that’s what makes “Patrick Dempsey: Racing Le Mans” feel so unseemly.
The new docu-series, premiering concurrently on Velocity and… Continue reading 'Patrick Dempsey: Racing Le Mans' premiere: He wants to race, but why should we care?
As Amanda Bynes‘ parents prepare to go to court on Friday to seek a temporary conservatorship over her, a judge will decide in the next few hours if the troubled starlet should remain in a psychiatric unit for another two weeks, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
Meanwhile Amanda’s parents have been visiting her — but the troubled star refuses to see her father, radio… Continue reading Judge Will Decide If Amanda Bynes Should Remain In Psych Unit For Two More Weeks & Parents Are Visiting Daily
He’s back! That’s right, Wolverine, the Canadian superhero with the metallic claws, is once again upon us, this time in his own movie — “The Wolverine” (definite articles make everything scarier).
This time mutant Wolverine is in Japan and what’s more — he’s totally ripped, and he’s ready to kick all sorts of ass (yakuza, ninja, kaiju, whatever). Bring it on!
This is the sixth time… Continue reading 'The Wolverine' Review: 10 Things You Should Know About Hugh Jackman's Latest
“Camp” is the sort of show that gives scripted summer TV a bad name. Broad, cheap and tedious, it wouldn’t have the slightest chance of cracking a major network’s schedule during the regular season.
But in the summer — or so the theory goes — anything can draw some fans, simply because there’s so little competition. Not that that line of thinking is helping ABC’s… Continue reading 'Camp' review: NBC's summer dramedy should be sent home early for bad behavior
No one can make you cheer “U.S.A.” un-ironically like director Roland Emmerich. The maker of “Independence Day” just loves to put the nation in peril and then have a few brave souls (in the case of “White House Down,” Channing Tatum as Secret Service hopeful John Cale) defend, and ultimately save the nation, from certain doom. In “White House Down,” Cale ends up on a White House… Continue reading 'White House Down' Family Review: 5 Things Every Parent Should Know About Channing Tatum's Action Flick