Last year, Man of Steel proved to be a commercially successful reinvigoration of the Superman film franchise. It wasn’t a critical darling, and the reaction to the film by Superman comics fans can likely be generously described as “mixed.” If you began a debate surrounding the film in a comic book store, you’d likely find both ardent defenders and detractors of the finished product. The usual suspects… Continue reading Comics on Film: What Quentin Tarantino Got Wrong About Clark Kent
Lionel Richie won a well-deserved Lifetime Achievement Award at the
2014 BET Awards ceremony, hosted by Chris Rock, and gave an excellent performance of some of his greatest hits. There was only one snag: They spelled his name wrong.
As Richie took the stage to accept the trophy, the on-screen chyron spelled his last name with a “t” — “Ritchie” instead of “Richie.”
Hopefully they got… Continue reading Lionel Richie gets BET Award lifetime achievement (and they spell his name wrong)
Now that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has enjoyed some time in theaters, we can dig in and digest… and podcast! On this special Spidey-themed podcast, our Erik Davis is joined by Sean O’Connell (CinemaBlend) for a nerdy, spoiler-filled discussion about all things related to the Spider-Man sequel.
What did The Amazing Spider-Man 2 get right and what did it get wrong? Also: what… Continue reading Listen: What 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' Got Right, What It Got Wrong, and What Needs to Be in the Sequel
Television judge Joe Brown was arrested Monday and remains behind bars on a contempt charge, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has confirmed.
The former host of “Judge Joe Brown,” 66, is in jail in Memphis after he allegedly yelled at a juvenile court magistrate during a child support hearing.
He all but had that courtroom in a riot,” Magistrate Dan Michael told the Commercial Appeal newspaper.