Monday February 20, 2017

Archive for the ‘Entertainment’ Category

10 Actors Who Crossed The Line On Set

Actors often go to great extremes for a role, but there are some performers whose crazy on-set behavior redefines the term “too far.” From on-set meltdowns to physical altercations, you won’t believe some of the lines they crossed. 

Tom Brady, Patriots rewrite Super Bowl record book with epic, 34-28 OT win

Tom Brady and the Patriots rewrote the history books and the storylines last night with their epic, 34-28 victory against the Falcons in Super Bowl LI. They trailed 28-3 midway through the third quarter before ripping off the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history. Prior to this, the Pats’ 10-point comeback two years ago against the Seahawks had set the bar.  More…

Springsteen tells crowd he’s ’embarrassed’ to be American

Bruce Springsteen, a once proud American with his song “Born in the USA” said at a concert in Australia he’s embarrassed to be an American. The 67-year-old has-been addressed the crowd as “embarrassed Americans” referring to President Trump in the White House in a recent clip from his show in Melbourne.  More…

The connection between all of Pixar’s movies will blow your mind

For years, conspiracy theories have been spun around Disney Pixar movies — and the animation company has confirmed a major one that will blow your mind. We see “The Incredibles” making an appearance in “Finding Nemo,” and characters from “A Bug’s Life” creeping into “Toy Story 3.”  More…

L.A. Sheriff: We know who killed wife of Righteous Brothers singer

More than four decades after the ex-wife of Righteous Brothers singer Bill Medley was raped and killed, officials announced Monday they used DNA to identify a suspect in the slaying – a man who was killed by police in 1982.  More…

Huge shakeup at ‘Today’ to make way for Megyn Kelly

NBC is canceling the third hour of “Today” to make way for new star Megyn Kelly, sources say. Kelly will take over either the 9 a.m. hour from Tamron Hall and Al Roker or will replace Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford.  More…

Why we loved Mary Tyler Moore

Not only did Moore play empowered, beloved characters on two classic series — airing in different decades, no less — but she did so with an elegance, grace and quirky humor previously unseen in a medium rife with cardboard-cutout characters.  More…

32 Famous People Rejected by Saturday Night Live

The history of Saturday Night Live is littered with thousands of sketches, hundreds of guest hosts, and even more Not Ready for Prime Time Player wannabes—some more memorable than others. Here are several:  More…

Photo Gallery: Donald Trump’s first night as President

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump ended a whistle-stop tour of inaugural balls on Friday at a gala for the armed forces. After appearing at the Liberty and Freedom Balls at the Washington Convention Center, the first couple arrived at the National Building Museum shortly before 11pm to attend the tribute event where they danced with servicemen and women.  More…

Jennifer Holliday Got Death Threats Over Possible Inauguration Performance

Singer Jennifer Holliday was reportedly in talks to perform at the inauguration of President-elect Donald J. Trump, but then backed out and apologized to her fans for even considering it. Holliday announced Saturday that it was a "lapse of judgement" for her to consider performing at Friday’s swearing-in of the nation’s 45th President.  More…

Battle over Kurt Cobain’s guitar headed to court

The fight over tragic Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain’s most priceless guitar is heading for a bitter multimillion-dollar court battle. Cobain’s daughter with Courtney Love, Frances Bean Cobain, has been trying to get the instrument — which her father played in Nirvana’s seminal 1993 “MTV Unplugged” concert — back from her estranged husband.  More…

Veteran Rockette has a message for protesting dance troupe

A well-respected veteran Rockette is urging members of the famed dance troupe to put politics aside and do what they do best — by kicking up a storm at the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. “The only thing the Rockettes should be focused on is performing for our nation and helping unite us all with the joy, love, beauty and strength for which they are famous,” says Patty DeCarlo Grantham.  More…

Inside Trump’s New Year’s Eve with Sly and Fabio

Donald Trump celebrated New Year’s Eve with family and friends including Sly Stallone at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida. Also posing for pictures with guests was long-haired romance novel lothario Fabio.  More…

How Steve Jobs beat the odds and created movie giant Pixar

Given how Apple creator Steve Jobs was close to deified upon his 2011 passing, it’s hard to envision that during his life, a technology company might not have wanted his input — especially a company he owned. But that was exactly the situation Jobs found himself in during the early days of Pixar.  More…

Mariah Carey closes 2016 with disastrous NYE performance

Mariah Carey really dropped the ball in Times Square on New Year’s Eve — with lip syncing that was decidedly out-of-sync. Carey had been assigned to perform two of her hit songs, but appeared unable to hear her own song track, ultimately giving up and standing on the stage with closed mouth and a hand on her hip.  More…