“Dancing With the Stars” Season 14 will have it’s finals on May 22. The three main competitors are equally wonderful. William Levy seems to channel Jean DuJardin with his charming face. His fabulous Latin moves are blowing the judges away. Donald Driver astounded the audience with his frenetic freestyle. Katherine Jenkins floats across the floor with the grace of a swan. How can you choose?
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Eighteen players vied for the million dollars on Survivor: One World this season, but in truth, 17 of them never really stood a chance. 29-year-old bridal shop owner Kim Spradlin turned Samoa into her own personal domination station, and in the end, the jury said “I do” when voting to give her the… Continue reading ‘Survivor: One World’: Winner Kim Spradlin reveals how she did it, her worst move, and what happened to that hidden immunity idol
After winning the racially charged Survivor: Cook Islands in 2006, Yul Kwon made an interesting career choice. He went to work for the Federal Communications Commission (where he met a certain future Survivor contestant with an affinity for his own last name). But now Yul is back on TV hosting a new… Continue reading ‘Survivor’ winner Yul Kwon talks about his new show, and whether he’ll ever head back to the island
Congratulations Scott Rudin! The mega-producer can now count himself amongst the hallowed EGOT group, after winning a Grammy award this past weekend for best musical theater album (“The Book of Mormon”).
The EGOTs, an acronym that stands for Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony award, was popularized by Tracy Morgan’s character on the sitcom “30 Rock.” A running gag on the show is Tracy’s goal to win every award on the list… Continue reading Scott Rudin, EGOT Winner: Mega Producer Has Won An Emmy, Grammy, Oscar And Tony
At least it isn’t “Psycho” “Rear Window.” According to Variety, DreamWorks has begun plans to remake the Alfred Hitchcock classic “Rebecca” with “History of Violence” screenwriter Steven Knight.
Knight — Oscar nominated for writing “Dirty Pretty Things” in 2002, and also responsible for the David Cronenberg film “Eastern Promises” — will apparently go back to the Daphne DuMaurier source novel for his adaptation, and not work directly off Hitchcock’s moody thriller.