Tuesday’s 19 Kids and Counting showed how the home birth plans of new parents Jill Duggar and husband Derick Dillard went completely awry.
Of course, Duggar and Derick Dillard welcomed their baby boy Israel at a hospital — more than two weeks past his due date — on Monday night.
On Tuesday, viewers of the TLC reality show saw the Dillards’ big preparations as they attended a weekly birthing… Continue reading Not The Way They Planned It! Jill Duggar & Derick Dillard Wanted Natural Home Birth, But Baby Son Israel Born Late At Hospital
For years now there’s been this hunger from fans to watch “dark and gritty” movies starring characters they grew up with. The success of Bryan Singer’s X-Men movies and then Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy helped fuel Hollywood’s desire to bring more of these kinds of stories to the big screen, and now they’re everywhere. From The Avengers to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to… Continue reading Watch: Here's That Dark and Gritty 'Power Rangers' Movie You Never Knew You Always Wanted
But her good mood took a dark turn when Martin took out her phone to snap a picture of her favorite star. “She freaked out, she completely freaked out,” Martin recalls to radio detection and ranging. “She stopped looking at what she was signing. She asked, ‘Did you take a picture of me? What are you doing?’ She said it makes her paranoid if people take photos of her.” … Continue reading Amanda Bynes Scares Fans Who Wanted Photo: ‘She Was About To Go Berserk’
While not confirmed with an official release date, it looks like one of Marvel Studios’ worst kept secrets — a film based on Stan Lee and Jack Kirby’s Inhumans — is moving foward. Collider broke the story that Joe Robert Cole’s script for The Inhumans is complete and that Marvel is satisfied with it enough to begin considerations over who should make the actual… Continue reading Everything You Wanted To Know About Marvel's 'InHumans'
Life’s a happy song when you’re dealing with a rainbow connection. Life’s also pretty good when a new Muppet sequel battles the original Muppet sequel in this week’s Film Face-off.
Muppets Most Wanted continues where The Muppets (2011) leaves off. It also marks the eighth theatrical film for the Muppets. I’m a big fan. I teared up the first two times I watched The Muppets and we have a minimalist Muppets poster… Continue reading Film Face-off: 'The Great Muppet Caper' vs. 'Muppets Most Wanted'