Apparently today is Buddy-Cop Sequel Day, because we’ve got news of a trio of cop comedies all setting themselves up as franchises: 21 Jump Street, The Heat and Ride Along (shhh, no one tell Cop Out). The first one isn’t a surprise, but if you’re scratching your head about those last two it’s probably because neither one has come out yet. That’s not stopping their studios… Continue reading '21 Jump Street' Directors Set for Part Two; Two Other Buddy-Cop Comedies Plan Sequels As Well
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May, a sweet-looking nine-year-old sled dog, has been found six days after she went missing and was presumed dead in the harsh Alaska wilderness.
May became separated from the rest of her team when her musher stopped after becoming entangled with another racer in the famed 1,049 mile Iditarod Trail Race.
When it was realized May was missing, rescuers on foot and in a plane scoured the area with no success. … Continue reading Miracle Of Iditarod Sled Dog! Found Alive & Well After Six Days Lost In Alaskan Wilderness
Revolution is a J.J. Abrams-produced show, which typically means all talent involved stay tight-lipped about what happens next, but creator Eric Kripke has actually been rather open about the fate of Charlie, Danny, Miles, et al. During a conference call with journalists on Thursday, Kripke was rather forthcoming about what we can expect to happen next on the… Continue reading ‘Revolution’ showrunner reveals when we’ll learn the cause of the blackout, why he killed off [SPOILER], and more
By Jen Heger – Radar Assistant Managing Editor
UPDATE: Humphries concluded his deposition Monday evening, and a second day won’t be necessary.
Kris Humphries deposition is still taking place early Monday evening, and according to our sources, the NBA star isn’t getting rattled by his estranged wife, Kim Kardashian’s lawyer, Laura Wasser, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
As we previously reported, the… Continue reading Kris Humphries Divorce Deposition Going 'Very Well,' Says Source
I understood Brian DePalma’s Mission: Impossible the first time I saw it in theaters. I had no trouble following Chris Nolan’s brain-twister thrillers (Memento, The Prestige, Inception). It was work, but I more-or-less ‘got’ the core narrative beats of LA Confidential and Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy. But by golly John Carter is a confusing muddle of a movie. There has been all kinds of hand-wringing about the film’s rather large… Continue reading Review: Confusing and Unengaging, John Carter Makes Avatar Look Like, Well... Avatar.