Being a teenager isn’t usually all it’s cracked up to be, especially if you’re a serial killer in the making. It definitely didn’t get better for the chainsaw-wielding maniac at the center of “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” franchise, and we’ll find out why in an upcoming prequel, appropriately titled “Leatherface.”
What kind of unspeakable horrors happened in this chubby… Continue reading Brace Yourself for a Teenage Leatherface in the 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' Prequel
Power Rangers: An updated version of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers will be hitting the big screen on July 22, 2016. That’s the release date for Power Rangers, which will reboot the 1990s TV show (and the 1995 movie version, above) for a new generation, based on a story by Roberto Orci (Transformers, Star Trek). Ashley Miller and Zack… Continue reading Movie News: 'Power Rangers' Due in 2016; 'Texas Chainsaw' Prequel Coming
More than three months after Alfred Wright, brother of American Idol contestant Savion Wright, was found dead in East Texas, mystery continues to shroud the circumstances surrounding his death. Was he the victim of a racially-motivated murder? Did his rumored relationship with the white relative of a local law enforcement official have anything to do with it? And what exactly happened in the hours before he was found… Continue reading We Want Justice! Family Of Black Texas Man Found Dead After Relationship With White Woman Offers $30K Reward For Info On The Case
Paula Deen received a standing ovation and thunderous applause from her audience of 1,500 fans at the Metropolitan Cooking & Entertainment Show in Houston on Saturday.
In her first public appearance since news broke that she’d used the N-word, and was subsequently fired from the Food Network, Deen broke down on the stage.
“These are tears of joy, y’all,” the celebrity chef cried. “I’ve said all… Continue reading ‘I’m Back!’ Paula Deen Cries ‘Tears of Joy’ At Texas Cooking Show
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Wendy Davis, a Democrat in the Texas state Senate, attempted to block a vote on SB 5 — a strict anti-abortion bill — with a 13-hour filibuster on the Senate floor.
According to the Associated Press, initially Republican lawmakers declared the bill passed, but later admitted that they did not get it signed in time.
Deadline reports that no network… Continue reading Wendy Davis’ filibuster in Texas senate draws celebrity support, criticism of networks