This is the future of TV? Really? Today you can watch some shows on Hulu in their entirety. But others you can’t watch at all. Most fall somewhere in between — bound by contractual handcuffs that hamper prospective viewers.
Paying tribute, actor-comedian Michael McKean said, “Peter Falk’s assault on conventional stardom went like this: You’re not conventionally handsome, you’re missing an eye and you have a speech impediment. Should you become a movie star? Peter’s correct answer: Absolutely.
The report said Dunn’s blood-alcohol level was 0.196 at the time of the crash early Monday morning. The legal limit for drivers in the state is .08.
Hours after offering a bit of a mea culpa over his controversial Ryan Dunn tweet, Roger Ebert was still tweeting about the Jackass star’s death. …
“I should clarify: Anyone who drinks and drives is a jackass,” he tweeted Tuesday. “That included me in my drinking days. Some are lucky enough to find sobriety.”
- Bam Margera Lays Into Roger Ebert Over Ryan Dunn Tweet (thehollywoodgossip.com)
Though the toxicology results may not be released for weeks, Dunn apparently tweeted a photo of himself having a beer with friends shortly before he and passenger Zachary Hartwell died.
- Film critic Roger Ebert accuses Ryan Dunn of drink-driving after fatal crash (popspoken.wordpress.com)
- Ryan Dunn’s Passenger Indentified as Drinking Pal (tmz.com)
“Evangeline Lilly will be playing a new character—the Woodland Elf, Tauriel. … I’m also highly excited that Barry Humphries will be portraying the Goblin King, in much the way Andy Serkis created Gollum. …”
The marriage of 51-year-old actor Doug Hutchison to 16-year-old Courtney Alexis Stodden could be illegal if her father has any say in the matter.
[Says her mother:] ‘She is a beautiful girl. She has real breasts, real lips, she’s not plastic,’
Doug is best known for his role as prison guard Percy Wetmore in the film adaptation of Stephen King’s The Green Mile, for which he received critical acclaim.
He later went on to act in supporting roles for films such as Shaft and Bait…
…despite the presence of every popcorn fave from X-Men to Harry Potter and Pirates of the Caribbean, there are some signs that small films – which make up three-quarters of theatrical films in any given year – just might be on track to get some sunshine of their own.
Craig Roberts in Submarine
It was an impostor that made the prequels.
“This was a systematic takedown,” says John Williams. “The corruption is deeper than anyone can imagine. I saw them do the same thing to Brett Favre.”
Producers Luc Besson, Bill Pohlad, Dede Gardner and an unidentified guest
Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar’s latest thriller, “The Skin I Live In,” had filmgoers fleeing the theater Thursday night at its gala premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, due to some aggressively violent and disturbing content. … Guests, among them a group of sweepstakes winners flown specially to Cannes by Stella Artois from the U.S. to enjoy a once in a lifetime movie premiere were horrified by the experience.
When it’s your turn to go through the passenger scan (a thermal body scan), you may be verbally accosted by a security droid.