Stanley Tucci sure can light up a room. That was evident last night in an airy space inside the New York Hilton where an intimate crowd convened to listen to the beloved actor talk about food, life, love and movies. Tucci immediately disarmed the crowd with his wit as he sat down to a Q&A about his life. The “hook” was his second cookbook, which hit stores this year, The Tucci Table. The 53 year-o
By Shahnaz Mahmud on Oct 24, 2014
It seems the Doctor is doing more than just saving the world these days – he’s playing teacher. Specifically, he will be teaching school children within the United Kingdom how to code. The children don’t know they will be coding, though. All the kids know is that the Doctor has requested their help: “Oi! Short and not-very-old one! I need your help - I’ve got a Dalek and we’ve got a mission to sav
By Jordan Lints on Oct 24, 2014
There’s a law in economics about perfect competition, and it’s pretty simple: The easier it is to sell in a market, the lower profits will be. And when it comes to pop culture, the barriers are actually pretty easy. We hear a lot about talent, but that doesn’t explain Justin Bieber, the Kardashians or many other celebrities. Besides, singing, acting and dancing aren’t really that hard. Yet their p
By Michael Foster on Oct 22, 2014
I watched him in many Lifetime movies as well as in several B movies. He's still a favorite and he still has his looks. But skip the melodramas of Lifetime, Perry King is looking to make an independent Western movie, and he needs the help of his fans. The veteran actor/director King recently announced the start of a campaign on Kickstarter.com to help find funding for his independent Western, "The
By Debbie L. Sklar on Oct 22, 2014
Are you a Hollywood actor? Actually are you just an actor? You don’t even have to have starred in an American film. Forget that: have you ever uttered the words, “To be or not to be? That is the question?” If your answer to any of this trifecta of questions is, ‘Yes,’ then you’ve probably been linked to the lead in 'Doctor Strange.' Ok ok ok: I’ll admit that was a tad hyperbolic. But you can’t hel
By Gregory Wakeman on Oct 22, 2014
Tonight viewers got to see the season two premiere of "True Tori" on Lifetime. The first hour was a special where the couple revealed all of their secrets. This was all about what had been going on behind closed doors that nobody knew about until Dean McDermott's cheating was revealed. Tori Spelling told all in this special. The special started out revealing that their love story started with both
By Mandy Robinson on Oct 22, 2014
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