Jon Bernthal knew from the beginning — from before the beginning — that Shane Walsh, the character he played for two seasons on AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” wasn’t going to make it.
In the original comic book, Shane doesn’t last past the first issue. But, says Bernthal, series creator Frank Darabont had a plan for Shane — one that kept him in the mix longer… Continue reading 'The Walking Dead': Jon Bernthal on how Shane's death went down, on-screen and off
I have been trying to figure out how a movie reportedly costing close to two hundred million dollars has failed to find a paying audience. The reviews have been either glowing or certainly respectful.
The enormously talented Martin Scorsese directed the movie based upon a successful children’s book by Brian Selznick, The Invention of Hugo Cabret, which deals with the adventures of a 12-year-old boy who literally lives within the cavernous… Continue reading Hugo, I Went
Guys, everybody’s tired of the Grammys, even the Grammys itself. This year the venerable awards show basically threw in the towel, opting to just give every award to Adele (who deserved them all, but still) while also carting out a bunch of old white dudes your dad used to be really into. You know something’s wrong when the Foo Fighters somehow represent the modern state of rock and roll, and… Continue reading Here's How the 2012 Grammys Went Down, Basically (PHOTO RECAP)
By radio detection and ranging Staff
Blood was found in the basement of the home where Maine toddler Ayla Reynolds was last seen alive, Maine State Police spokesman Steve McCausland has confirmed.
The gruesome discovery was made six weeks ago, but investigators chose to keep that information confidential until now.
Ayla was reported missing by her father Justin DePietro, who told authorities he’d put the 20-month-old toddler to bed on December 16… Continue reading Cops: Blood Found In Basement Of Home Where Maine Toddler Ayla Reynolds Went Missing