‘Westworld’ Recap, And How Season 2 Is Just Rich With Potential, How Many Parks Truly Exist?

Westworld ended in a shocking way on Sunday night.  A first season that was filled with one complex shocking twist after another, that culminated into the biggest twist of them all.  Beyond More »

‘The Walking Dead’ RECAP: Carl And Negan Match Wits, And Preview Next Week’s Midseason Finale, (VIDEO)

Tonight’s “The Walking Dead” was titled “Sing Me a Song.” The penultimate episode of the first half of the show’s seventh season opened a lot of doors and stories for potential priming.    “Sing Me More »

‘Walking Dead’ Star Chandler Riggs on Carl’s Eye-Opening Tour of Negan’s World

AMC’s The Walking Dead continued its march toward war with Sunday’s supersized episode in which Carl (Chandler Riggs) got a close-up or birds-eye view at Negan and the terrifying ways in which More »

#StandingRock Protestors Celebrate US Govt’s Decision Over No. Dakota Pipeline Access

In a decision celebrated by the thousands of protestors gathered at the Standing Rock site, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced Sunday that they would not grant an easement for the More »

‘The Walking Dead’ Star Steven Yeun Marries Joana Pak

Actor Steven Yeun, best known as beloved Glenn Rhee on AMC’s The Walking Dead, married his longtime girlfriend, photographer Joana Pak in an intimate ceremony on Saturday at Los Angeles’ Paramour Estate.Several of Yeun’s More »

 

Jimmi Simpson On That ‘Westworld’ Twist And How The Show’s Fans Are Very Intelligent

At long last, Westworld confirmed one of the most popular theories developed over the course of the show’s first season: William (Jimmi Simpson), the mild-mannered cynic who rapidly became enamored with the

‘Westworld’ Recap, And How Season 2 Is Just Rich With Potential, How Many Parks Truly Exist?

Westworld ended in a shocking way on Sunday night.  A first season that was filled with one complex shocking twist after another, that culminated into the biggest twist of them all.  Beyond

Aaron Rodgers Leads The Packers To Defeat The Texans 21 – 13

The score was 21-13.  The Green Bay Packers won over the Houston Texans, and whipped them  in the snow in Lambeau. The Texans’ inability to figure out how to use the weather to

Tom Hardy Undresses And Shows His Muscles And Tattoos In Latest Issue Of Esquire

Handsome British ACTOR Tom Hardy shows off his tattoos, as he gives an ink-ling about his next one.  He also apparently is proud to show off his muscles as well.   The

‘The Mummy’ Reboot Starring Tom Cruise, Trailer Unwraps Secrets Of The Monsters Shared Universe VIDEO

The first trailer for The Mummy is pitting Tom Cruise against a 5,000-year-old threat. Last week, Heat Vision was in attendance as director Alex Kurtzman showed off the trailer and extra footage to a

Kennedy Center Honors: Al Pacino, The Eagles, James Taylor Among Those Feted

The longest, loudest standing ovation of the Kennedy Center Honors gala wasn’t reserved for Al Pacino, Mavis Staples or the Eagles. Instead, it went to the man sitting to their left, attending his

‘The Walking Dead’ RECAP: Carl And Negan Match Wits, And Preview Next Week’s Midseason Finale, (VIDEO)

Tonight’s “The Walking Dead” was titled “Sing Me a Song.” The penultimate episode of the first half of the show’s seventh season opened a lot of doors and stories for potential priming.    “Sing Me

‘Walking Dead’ Star Chandler Riggs on Carl’s Eye-Opening Tour of Negan’s World

AMC’s The Walking Dead continued its march toward war with Sunday’s supersized episode in which Carl (Chandler Riggs) got a close-up or birds-eye view at Negan and the terrifying ways in which

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Breaks Down Negan/Carl Terrorizing Episode Of ‘The Walking Dead’

We are heading for a creepy new relationship in AMC’s The Walking Dead.  After Carl failed to infiltrate the Sanctuary and kill Negan at the start of “Sing Me a Song,” the big

Martin Scorsese And Andrew Garfield Receive Standing Ovation At L.A. Screening Of ‘Silence’

Filmmaker Martin Scorsese received a hero’s welcome on Sunday at the first public L.A. screening for his new film “Silence,” starring Andrew Garfield as a Jesuit priest in 17th-century Japan.   The crowd of