Harrison Ford’s injury from the set of the new Star Wars movie is worse than expected.
The ankle injury he sustained while filming the new installment could sideline him for eight weeks, according to reports. The original Han Solo reportedly broke his ankle after the door of the Millennium Falcon – his ship – fell and hit him.
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Fortunately Ford was airlifted to… Continue reading It’s Worse Than We Thought! Harrison Ford’s Injury Sidelines Him For Eight Weeks!
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A Kim Kardashian doppelgänger allegedly is the new leader of a Mexican hit squad, Los Antrax, which allegedly carries out executions on behalf of the Sinaloa drug cartel.
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Wielding a hot pink AK-47, Claudia Ochoa Felix posts pictures of… Continue reading ‘Man On Fire’? Try Woman On Fire! Kim Kardashian Lookalike Thought To Be New Hit Squad Leader For Mexican Cartel
Just weeks after chopping off her luscious locks, Jennifer Aniston stepped out over the weekend sporting long extensions because the former Friends actress hated the short hairdo, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
As radio detection and ranging has reported, Aniston said the cut was a necessity after her hair was damaged by a Brazilian Blowout.
“Jen had been complaining to friends that she didn’t like the short… Continue reading Jennifer Aniston Gets Hair Extensions Because She Thought The ‘Short Hair Made Her Look Older’
Before it was one of the greatest films of the 1970s, Jaws was a pretty entertaining novel about a great white shark eating people off the coast of the fictional town of Amity Island, New York. Spielberg’s film is one of those rare examples of a movie actually being better than the novel it was based upon (if only because it thankfully jettisoned… Continue reading Just When You Thought it was Safe to Play Video Games: 'Jaws: The Text Adventure'
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'