The family of a woman who was killed when pyrotechnics malfunctioned during a TV shoot is suing the Discovery Communications, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Terry Flannel’s family is suing the network because they say she died when a rocket was set off for the filming of the opening scene of “Brother in Arms,” a 2011 pilot that never made it to air. Five individuals were supposed to walk… Continue reading Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against Discovery After Woman Dies During Filming
“Girls” star Allison Williams is wasting no time in making the transition from small to big screen, signing on to star in her first feature and fueling speculation she’s about to join the Marvel universe.
Williams, the daughter of NBC newscaster Brian Williams, was just cast as the title character in “Rosaline,” a take on the classic “Romeo and Juliet” tale. The story centers on the niece of a Capulet who… Continue reading Allison Williams as Invisible Woman? 'Girls' Star in Talks for 'Fantastic Four' Role
Rapper and “American Idol” judge Nicki Minaj is set to trade music for the movies: she’s in final negotiations to star alongside Cameron Diaz in the upcoming revenge comedy “The Other Woman.”
Diaz stars as the titular other woman who discovers her boyfriend (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) is married. She teams up with his wife (Leslie Mann) to concoct a payback scheme, and the pair bring another mistress (Kate Upton) into the fold… Continue reading Nicki Minaj in 'The Other Woman': Rapper May Make Live-Action Debut in Revenge Comedy
There was high drama in the Jodi Arias courtroom on Wednesday even though the hearing was mysteriously dismissed early for unknown reasons by Judge Sherry Stephens.
Defense lawyer Jennifer Willmott and psychologist Janeen DeMarte went head-to-head in the Maricopa County Courtroom in Phoenix, Arizona, sparring over the young expert’s qualifications and her legitimacy to judge the murder defendant’s state of mind around the time of Travis Alexander‘s grisly June 2008… Continue reading Jodi Arias Doesn’t Suffer From Battered Woman Syndrome, Prosecution Expert Insists
A woman who was brutally attacked by a man she met on Match.com is suing the dating website for nearly $ 10 million and is accusing the site of not disclosing the dangers of online dating to its users.
Mary Kay Beckman filed the lawsuit in Las Vegas, Nevada claiming that she met Wade Ridley on Match.com and after a few dates he started sending her threatening text messages.
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