As we sit on the cusp of the most anticipated weekend of the year for many comics and movie fans, there are a lot of details that we actually already know about the future of the comic book movie for the next several years. Recently, Marvel Studios announced release dates for several untitled films on up through 2019, and rumors continue to persist about Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment… Continue reading Comics on Film: Will Comic Book Movies Burn Out Soon? Have They Already?
Another year older and a new boyfriend.
As Sofia Vergara rang in her 42nd birthday on Thursday night surrounded by family and friends, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has exclusively learned she also brought along the new man in her life, True Blood hunk Joe Manganiello.
Following a breakup with former fiancé Nick Loeb, reports quickly surfaced that the Modern Family star had moved on with Manganiello, 37, and it certainly seemed… Continue reading It’s Official! Sofia Vergara Brings New Boy Toy Joe Manganiello To Her Birthday Party — ‘They Were Really Flirty!’ Says Eyewitness
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)
I’m on the record as being ambivalent about Girl Meets World, Disney Channel’s highly enthusiastically ridiculously anticipated sequel/spinoff to millennial favorite Boy Meets World. (I also take full responsibility for helping to stoke that fervor for the past year and a half.) On one hand: Nostalgia! On the other: This is clearly a series meant for viewers born after the original show ended in the year 2000, and if you’re not one of… Continue reading Guess how many times they say the word ‘world’ in the ‘Girl Meets World’ pilot
They Live: John Carpenter’s 1988 science-fiction cult classic They Live, set in Los Angeles, revolves around an alien invasion by extraterrestrials who control mankind via subliminal messages. This week two Los Angeles artists, Stephen Zeigler and Calder Greenwood, reenacted scenes from the movie, guerilla-style, complete with “signage and [an] actor dressed as an alien in a business suit as seen through Roddy… Continue reading Movie News: See a Cool Reenactment of John Carpenter's 'They Live'