FOX synergy alert: The network’s new reality experiment,
“Utopia,” will have a theme song written by someone from the FOX family —
“American Idol” alum Chris Daughtry.
“I wanted to make it kind of a rock-pop kind of song,” he says in a behind-the-scenes featurette. Some of the lyrics of the song, which can be heard in part in the video below, include “This is… Continue reading FOX synergy alert: Chris Daughtry wrote the 'Utopia' theme song
Frozen Fever: Disney announced a new animated short film, based on their mega-success Frozen. Titled Frozen Fever, the short revolves around Anna’s birthday, as Elsa and Kristoff aim to give her “the best celebration ever.” Original directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck will return to helm the short; Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez also have a new original song up their sleeves. It’s not… Continue reading Movie News: Disney Announces New 'Frozen' Short & Song, Plus: A 'CHiPS' Movie Is On the Way
She’s at it again.
It’s been five years since a well-publicized cheating scandal broke up her marriage and yet Brandi Glanville still can’t seem to get over the fact that Eddie Cibrian is now happily moved on and in love with LeAnn Rimes.
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned and in true Glanville style she’s using her kids to get back at her ex for having an affair.
PHOTOS: Busted… BIG… Continue reading Brandi Glanville’s Latest Low Blow: She Plays A Cheating Song Indirectly Dedicated To Ex Eddie Cibrian And LeAnn Rimes At Her Son’s Birthday Party!
Several years before Mickey Rooney passed away, he filmed a piece with comedian and actor Jonathan Winters, that ended up on the cutting room floor — but radio detection and rangingOnline.com has exclusively obtained the never-before-seen footage.
The footage was shot in Sept. 2005, and shows Rooney and Winters having lunch at Piatti Italian restaurant in Montecito, Calif., which is now… Continue reading Lost Footage: Never-Before-Seen Video Of Mickey Rooney Singing Song That Eerily Ends With ‘Till The Day I Die’
One movie is about discovering your hidden talents and the other is about discovering your hidden adopted child, but there’s no denying that both share similar themes of family, friendship and finding that one thing to help make you whole. On this special podcast live from the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, I’m joined again by Sean O’Connell to discuss our immediate, spoiler-free thoughts on… Continue reading Live from Toronto: Here's What We Thought of 'Can a Song Save Your Life?' and 'Philomena'