“I think films shouldn’t even be judged until 10 years have passed.”
Francis Ford Coppola said that in a new interview in Empire magazine (h/t The Playlist), and while it means we don’t get to really call Twixt a piece of crap until 2021, it is a good way to look at cinema. I don’t know if it’s necessarily good for us film critics, as… Continue reading If Movies Can Only Be Judged 10 Years Later, What Is the Best Movie of 2004?
Kim Kardashian was so mesmerized by her own image during a TV interview two years ago, show producers had to alter production methods on the fly to in salvaging the awkward segment.
Australian TV personality Dr. Chris Brown, speaking with Kiis 1065’s Kyle & Jackie O show Wednesday, told a story about how the socialite’s narcissistic ways caused chaos among producers and camera people so the… Continue reading Mirror, Mirror On The Wall! Kim Kardashian Couldn’t Stop Staring At Herself During Aussie TV Outing 2 Years Ago, Host Recalls
A judge has just ordered 10 pages of questions to be answered by Justin Bieber in written form and submitted back to the court, and radio detection and rangingOnline.com has exclusively obtained the questions.
The questions are in regard to an ongoing lawsuit against Bieber and his bodyguard, filed by a Miami Beach photographer, and the Canadian pop star has just one week… Continue reading Justin Bieber Ordered To Answer 10 Pages Of Questions Issued By Judge: Give Me ALL Info On EVERYONE Whose Traveled With You In The Last 2 Years!
He made a living off singing about love, but singer Richard Marx and his wife of 25 years, Cynthia Rhodes, are divorcing.
Marx, 50, and Rhodes, 57, have been married since 1989 but announced on Friday they are in the process of divorcing — a surprise announcement that was made on Katie Couric‘s talk show, Katie.
“Well, you’re back on the… Continue reading Richard Marx Divorcing Actress Wife Cynthia Rhodes After 25 Years Of Marriage
Director Steve McQueen is basking in the glory of his Independent Spirit Awards sweep and Oscars win for 12 Years a Slave. While we wait to hear where the filmmaker will be leading us next, take a look at this video essay featuring McQueen discussing the power of cinema.
For the British filmmaker, movies have to be about “an urgency, a necessity.” The Turner Prize-winning artist has… Continue reading Watch: '12 Years a Slave' Director Steve McQueen Explains Why He Never Wants to Make His Films Friendly