007’s return to the big screen has moved a step closer after it was confirmed that Daniel Craig will begin production on James Bond’s 24th instalment before the end of the year.Sam Mendes, who directed the previous addition to the legendary spy’s cinematic cannon, will once again step behind the lens for production, which will officially start on December 6th at the legendary Pinewood Studios. It’
By Gregory Wakeman on Sep 15, 2014
“No Good Deed”, the crime thriller staring Idris Elba and Taraji P. Henson, kick started a slow September with a solid $24 million in box office receipts over the weekend. The film opened on 2,175 screens nation wide and averaged $11,000 per screen despite receiving mixed reviews from critics and fans. “No Good Deed” earned a 12 percent fresh rated from critics at Rotten Tomatoes, but was earned a
By George Monroy on Sep 15, 2014
It is time for another great Hallmark movie and this time Lindsay Hartley is the star. Soap opera fans know her from her roles on "Days of Our Lives," "All My Children" and "Passions." She will now be in the new movie "Perfect on Paper" which will premiere on Hallmark channel on September 20. Lindsay loved a lot of things about the role of Natalie Holland. She shared that she had a "spunkiness and
By Mandy Robinson on Sep 15, 2014
The mystery of who has a missing letter penned by the late Marilyn Monroe continues. I told you, every time her name is involved, people want you know what’s going on. There’s more to this story than meets the eye and on Thursday Sept., 4, the case made its way into court. Robert Enders the attorney who is repping the CA-based auction house Profiles in History told a Los Angeles judge that if the
By debbie sklar on Sep 14, 2014
Paging all self-professed soldiers of love: Your quest for a tongue-in-cheek manual for finding love is finally over! Pogi (literal translation: handsome) Points, a book penned by Filipino-Chinese comedian- author Stanley Chi, coaches men on how they can charm their way to a girl’s heart – even if they happened to have run-of-the-mill physical attributes. Labelled as the not-so-gentleman's guide t
By Stef dela Cruz on Sep 12, 2014
Yesterday on "Dr. Phil" he got the chance to talk to Stephanie Hayden. She is from the hit show "Sons of Guns" and is now accusing her father William of sexually abusing her. This all started when his 12-year-old daughter came out accusing him and now Stephanie is admitting that it happened to her as well. The show "Sons of Guns" was canceled after this happened. He is now in jail in East Baton Ro
By Mandy Robinson on Sep 12, 2014
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