Donald Sterling’s alleged mistress isn’t letting go of her 15 minutes of fame just yet. First there were the secret audio recordings revealing L.A. Clippers owner Sterling’s racist rants. But to top that, V Stiviano has another bombshell in store: radio detection and rangingOnline.com has exclusively learned she’s planning a tell-all book!
According to Staviano’s close confidante Karrine Steffans, the girl who blew the whistle on… Continue reading The Mistress Diaries: Donald Sterling’s Gold Digger V Stiviano Secretly Writing Tell-All Book!
After last week’s nasty, knock-out, drag-out verbal fight between former BFF’s/persons Cristina Yang and Meredith Grey, it’s starting to look like the beginning of the end of Sandra Oh’s time on “Grey’s Anatomy” … and it’s not pretty.
Ever since it was announced that Oh would be departing the long-running ABC medical drama after 10 seasons, many fans were wondering how Shonda
Aaron Sorkin’s HBO drama The Newsroom is shaking up its writing staff for season 2. The series is getting rid of some of its scribes, HBO confirms. One report said Sorkin fired most of the writers on the show except his “ex-girlfriend [Corinne Kinsbury].” One source close to the show, however, says the Newsroom layoff body count isn’t quite that high.
“Every year each show reassesses the needs of… Continue reading Aaron Sorkin shedding ‘Newsroom’ writing staff
Aaron Sorkin has already won an Oscar for his screenplay about one tech guru — Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in ‘The Social Network’ — and now he might pen the biopic about the late Steve Jobs. Sorkin told E! Online he’s been asked to adapt Walter Isaacson’s biography of the Apple cofounder. “Sony has asked me to write the movie and it’s something I’m strongly considering,” Sorkin told… Continue reading Aaron Sorkin 'Strongly Considering' Writing Steve Jobs Movie
It’s a little difficult to think of the Harold & Kumar movies as “auteur-driven,” but screenwriters Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg have been at the helm of the series since the beginning, and it’s because of them that now three films seem connected to one another, and cohesive, even for a series about a pair of mischievous potheads. A Very Harold & Kumar 3D