Lionel Richie won a well-deserved Lifetime Achievement Award at the
2014 BET Awards ceremony, hosted by Chris Rock, and gave an excellent performance of some of his greatest hits. There was only one snag: They spelled his name wrong.
As Richie took the stage to accept the trophy, the on-screen chyron spelled his last name with a “t” — “Ritchie” instead of “Richie.”
Hopefully they got… Continue reading Lionel Richie gets BET Award lifetime achievement (and they spell his name wrong)
WGN America’s spooky new series, “Salem,” doesn’t premiere until April. Since that’s way too long to wait to get our fill of the series’ supernatural take on the Salem witch trials, Zap2it decided to get you — and the stars — excited for the debut by subjecting them to our “Salem” Survey. (Check out Xander Berkeley’s here and Tamzin Merchant’s
LOS ANGELES — “Oz the Great and the Powerful” clicked with moviegoers.
Disney’s 3-D prequel to the classic L. Frank Baum tale “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” debuted in first place and earned $ 80.3 million at the weekend box office in the U.S. and Canada and $ 69.9 million overseas, according to studio estimates Sunday.
“Oz” tells the origin of James Franco as the wizard with Mila Kunis, Michelle Williams and… Continue reading Weekend Box Office: 'Oz the Great and Powerful' Casts $80 Million Spell
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The Master, the film loosely based on Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, set a box office record this weekend and has many asking if the movie could be the nail in the coffin on the controversial organization’s power in Hollywood.
“The greatest indication [of Scientology’s waning power in Hollywood] is that Paul Thomas Anderson is putting that movie out. He… Continue reading Does 'The Master' Spell The End For Scientology's Power In Hollywood?
Although the “Harry Potter” franchise has come to a close, Harry, Ron and Hermione continue to bewitch fans to this day.
Through the magic (get it?) of the internet, a diehard “HP” fanatic has made a 17-minute-long mash-up of all the spells cast throughout the series. The video follows our three heroes from their early days as wee wizards — who can forget little Emma Watson saying “It’s Levi-osa not Leviosa!”?… Continue reading 'Harry Potter' Movie Spells: See A Super Cut Of Every Single Spell From The Series (VIDEO)