Another year has come to pass and with it some big names in Hollywood. Over the last twelve months we’ve had to say a sad farewell to certain filmmakers and stars who have appeared in some of the world’s favourite films and TV shows. Here’s a look back at some of those famous faces who passed away in 2018. READ MORE How to a make a killer shark movie Disney’s most bizarre crossovers Wreck-It Ralph 2 was nearly very different
Del Toro is reportedly earning $400K per episode for the Showtime series compared to Arquette's $200K.
On the night of Aug. 9, Warner Bros. executives made an unexpectedly pleasant discovery: “The Meg,” their prehistoric shark movie that cost $150 million and took over two decades to get to the big screen, wasn’t going to bomb. Initial domestic numbers for “The Meg” showed that $4 million worth of tickets had been sold […]
UPDATED, 5:50 PM: The latest vandal to smash up Donald Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star today said he shouldn’t be charged with anything for what he did. “I don’t personally think there should be any charges brought against me because what I did I believe was a rightful and just act, and I think that the repercussions of it were only positive,” said Austin Clay on Wednesday after pleading not guilty to a felony count of vandalism in L.A. Superior Court. Looking at a…
Allison is now facing additional charges of racketeering conspiracy. American actress Allison Mack is facing additional legal trouble for her alleged role in a sex-cult scandal that has catapulted the former Smallville star into headlines in recent months. Allison Mack arrives at the U.S. Eastern District Court in New York for a bail hearing in relation to sex-trafficking charges.
From Will Ferrell and Jared Leto to Lindsay Lohan and Jennifer Lawrence these are the stars you might want to say hello to (or steer clear of) the next time you see them in public.
At a dinner party in Hollywood this weekend, for once the talk was not about Trump. Instead it was about the pervasive anxiety within the entertainment industry over the prevailing rules for conduct. Since Harvey Weinstein and the #MeToo movement last year, executives at all levels have been telling me that they don’t know where the lines are anymore.
Producers are already planning a movie about the rescue of a football team and their coach in Thailand and social media is mocking it already.
There are six months left of the year so why not take a break from superhero movies and franchises to watch one of these original offerings.