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
Everyone loves a good Christmas movie. Hallmark is known for coming out with some great ones and in a new press release they have announced that they will have 12 new original movies this holiday season. These are great to set the DVR to record and watch when sitting around wrapping presents or making gifts during the holiday season. These new movies are full of great actors and actresses such as
By Mandy Robinson on Sep 12, 2014
It's easy to forget that Marvel is still a film studio in its infancy. Yes, each year is now routinely punctuated with two or three of its wildly entertaining comic-book adaptations, but it was only six years ago when Robert Downey Jr's debut as Tony Stark set Marvel on its way. In fact, Marvel’s perfect, almost kismet, casting of Downey as Stark is, arguably, the main reason why it is widely rega
By Gregory Wakeman on Sep 11, 2014
Say what you will about governmental overreach in the United States, but it has never pulled a TV show off the air. Candidates and officials may not like Saturday Night Live poking fun at them or PBS specials on corruption, but if there’s an audience, there’s a time slot to air it. For those living in Egypt, the future of a show does not always depend on ratings – it very often depends on the feel
By Jordan Lints on Sep 10, 2014
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