Category Archives: Entertainment

What’s On Tonight: Let’s put our cynicism to one side, because it’s time to see Humanity From Space

Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Tuesday, July 21. All times are Eastern. Top pick Humanity From Space (PBS, 8 p.m.): Look, we know we act all tough and junk, like the cool, rebellious non-conformists we so totally are. (Just look at the rest of these listings! So unabashedly unconstrained by conventional morality!) But then PBS airs […]

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Newswire: Minor league baseball team sorry Corey Feldman was “so far below expectations”

Not everyone can live like Corey Feldman, which is why the former child star has translated his $250-a-head VIP birthday experience into a live stage show, so the hoi polloi can experience, if only for one night, the magic of hanging with the Feld. That experience includes scantily clad women in Leg Avenue angel costumes as well as Feldman in […]

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Newswire: Game Of Thrones writer hired for Disney’s Sword In The Stone remake

Because they both feature magic swords, dragons, and sexy witches, Disney’s plan for its upcoming The Sword In The Stone live-action remake will obviously include a writer for HBO’s Game Of Thrones. To back up a bit: The Hollywood Reporter announced the remake earlier today, the newest item on an ever-increasing list of live-action version of its classic films that […]

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Newswire: R.I.P. Douglas Cook, screenwriter behind The Rock and Double Jeopardy

Douglas Cook, half of the screenwriting duo behind The Rock and Double Jeopardy, has died. No cause of death has been given, but Deadline says Cook was “surrounded by his family.” He was 56. Cook and his writing partner, David Weisberg, weren’t the most prolific screenwriters in Hollywood, but their films definitely made an impact. Their first project together was […]

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Newswire: Go Set A Watchman has already sold over a million copies

Suggesting that the only thing readers love more than classic literary figures is finding out that those classic literary figures become jaded racists when they get old, The Hollywood Reporter says that Harper Lee’s controversial To Kill A Mockingbird sequel, Go Set A Watchman, has already sold 1.1 million copies in the United States and Canada. The book just came […]

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