Monthly Archives: May 2017

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Pondered A Premium Subscription Service For The Social Media Platform

Jack Dorsey is not only a prolific inventor and CEO in Silicon Valley, but has a mindset that thinks outside of the box when it comes to his social media giant Twitter,

Showtime Reports Record-Breaking Signup For Viewing Of ‘Twin Peaks’ Return

A quarter century after we saw the real Agent Dale Cooper in Black Lodge and Audrey Horne in a bank that exploded, “Twin Peaks” returned Sunday and broke Showtime subscription records.   That day, Showtime offered

Comedy Central Orders More of ‘The President Show’

Trump-spoofing freshman series The President Show just saw its Comedy Central run extended through the summer. The network on Tuesday announced that it has ordered seven additional episodes of the weekly late-night

Keanu Reeves Discusses Latest Role Of An American Swindler Living In ‘Siberia,’ Which Is Currently Filming In Canada

Popular actor Keanu Reeves is playing an American diamond merchant in a small Siberian town for an upcoming film. Siberia, directed by Matthew Ross, has begun filming in Canada. Keanu Reeves’ character

‘Dancing With the Stars’ Crowns Season 24 Winner

Dancing With the Stars crowned its 24th winner Tuesday night.  After another competitive season, which saw the likes of Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles and former Beyonce backup dancer Heather Morris vying

Cannes: Nicole Kidman Says A Need For More Female Directors at ‘The Beguiled’ Press Conference

Nicole Kidman is always outspoken, but with great class.  Filmmaker Sofia Coppola appeared with her cast of The Beguiled in Cannes.  In a male-skewing festival and industry (only one woman, Jane Campion,

Jon Stewart and HBO Scrap Animated Project

Jon Stewart’s animated HBO project is no more. The cable network confirmed Tuesday night that it would not be moving forward with its plans for a short-form animation venture from the former

Defense Lawyers For Desperate Bill Cosby Argue Race Bias In Jury Selection

The US legal system definitely has a racial bias, but for someone as powerful, wealthy and famous as Bill Cosby, they can get away with anything, so it’s not biased against him.

“The Bold And The Beautiful” on Thursday, May 25, The Avants Have A Life-Changing Discussion

Coming up on CBS’s “The Bold and the Beautiful” on Thursday, May 25, 2017, Sally feels overwhelming guilt after learning all that Thomas lost because of her. Meanwhile, Julius and Vivienne fear

‘Game Of Thrones’ Stars Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Kit Harington Promise The Pace Of Season 7 Will “Stun” Viewers (VIDEO)

It’s coming to a dramatic conclusion. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau was shocked when he read the Game of Thrones season 7 scripts: “I’m like, ‘Already? Now?! What?!’”   The Jaime Lannister actor (and other members of the