Now that George Clooney has finally found “The One,” he’s wasting no time in settling down to family life. radio detection and rangingOnline.com has exclusively learned that he and fiancée Amal Alamuddin will tie the knot in just a few months — and are planning to have a baby soon after that!
“The wedding is to take place in September,” an insider reveals to radio detection and ranging exclusively… Continue reading Save The Date! George Clooney & Amal Alamuddin Telling Friends When They’ll Wed — PLUS Their Secret Baby Plans Revealed
It’s always a nice touch when superhero movies remember to honor their comic book origins. With The Amazing Spider-Man 2 now in theaters, we thought we’d see how well Sam Raimi and Marc Webb’s Spider-Man movies fare in that department.
Here are a few examples of how they stayed true to the comics they’re based on.
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1. Spider-Man: “With Great Power Comes
If there is one man who knows Marvel inside and out, it’s Avi Arad. Arad was the CEO of Toy Biz in the Nineties and soon took over Marvel Entertainment, becoming its chief creative officer, CEO, director and chairman. This was the man who pulled Marvel out of its slump and founded Marvel Studios; the man who made it so attractive for Disney to… Continue reading The Producers of 'Amazing Spider-Man' Tell Us Their Plans for Villain Movies 'Sinister Six' and 'Venom'
The season 3 premiere of Veep aired Sunday night, but it’s still not too late to mine a few more laughs from season 2. Tony Hale posted a few bloopers from shooting the end-credits scene in the episode “Running,” in which Vice President Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) does not appear to be following through on a pledge that she made to her body man, Gary (Hale), to attend his… Continue reading ‘Veep’: Watch Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Tony Hale struggle, giggle their way through a scene — VIDEO
MTV is combining the social aspects of “The Real World” with the competition aspects of “Top Chef” for the network’s new cooking reality series, “House of Food.”
Premiering on Monday (March 31), the series puts a group of young, aspiring chefs with no formal culinary training in one house to live, learn and compete for an apprenticeship under a renowned chef.