We were a little disappointed when we found out that Javier Bardem dropped out of J. C. Chandor’s A Most Violent Year—set during the winter of 1981, one of the most violent years on record in New York City. Bardem knows a thing or two about that kind of brutality (hello, No Country for Old Men). But after seeing the recently released trailer… Continue reading Watch: 'A Most Violent Year' Trailer Reveals One of the Worst Years in New York City's History
A Most Violent Year: Jessica Chastain (Zero Dark Thirty) and Oscar Isaac (Inside Llewyn Davis) play a married couple in A Most Violent Year, a drama set in New York City, circa 1981. J.C. Chandor (All Is Lost) wrote and directed the action-packed movie, in which a respectable businessman (Isaac) is pushed toward criminal behavior by his wife (Chastain)… Continue reading Movie News: First Look at 'A Most Violent Year;' Emma Stone and Woody Allen Reunite; Melissa McCarthy in New 'Tammy' Trailer
NeNe Leakes was dodging water bottles launched in her direction on Sunday’s edition of The Real Housewives of Atlanta‘s, and we’ve got all the details that led up to the explosive incident, right here on radio detection and rangingOnline.com.
The belle of Bravo’s ‘Peach State’ ball, who’s been sniping with co-star Kenya Moore lately, was berated by her angry friend Marlo Hampton on Sunday night’s episode… Continue reading NeNe Leakes In Violent New Feud, As Frenemy Marlo Hampton Launches Water Bottle At Her On ‘RHOA’
French comic scribe and artist Régis Loisel created a darker, violent series of works based on the Peter Pan saga first created by author J. M. Barrie. Filmmaker Nicolas Duval wrote and directed an adaptation of Loisel’s graphic novels, which continues the gritty, Dickensian story in short film form.
Sparkly fairy Tinker Bell is included, but she’s (hurray!) not a blonde, white, Hollywood-ized version of the character… Continue reading Here's What a Darker, More Violent Version of 'Peter Pan' Looks Like
Elizabeth Smart says her horrific kidnapping ordeal was made worse by the teacher she had in school that compared having sex to a used piece of chewing gum, which made her feel that she wasn’t worthy of being rescued from her rapist.
Smart, now 25, was taken by knife point from her Salt Lake City bedroom in 2002 when she was just 14 and said she “felt so dirty and… Continue reading Elizabeth Smart: Violent Kidnapping Made Me Feel ‘Dirty, Filthy,’ Like ‘Chewed Up Piece Of Gum’