Monthly Archives: February 2019

Virginia First Lady Pam Northam Apologizes After Handing Cotton To Black Children

Virginia first lady Pam Northam apologized Wednesday after she handed out cotton to black children during a recent tour of the governor’s mansion, the latest racial controversy involving the top levels of

Michael Cohen Hearing Is Most Watched Wednesday TV Viewing, Draws 13.5 Million Viewers (At Least)

The biggest thing on TV Wednesday wasn’t the finale of The Masked Singer — it was former Donald Trump lawyer Michael Cohen testifying before Congress. Blanket coverage of Cohen’s testimony to the House Committee on

Earthquake: Magnitude 3.0 Quake Strikes Near Scissors Crossing, Calif.

A shallow magnitude 3.0 earthquake was reported Thursday morning four miles from Scissors Crossing, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 12:57 a.m. PST at a depth of

New ‘Dark Phoenix’ Trailer Showcases ‘Game Of Thrones’ Star Sophie Turner All Grown Up (VIDEO)

The end is near for the X-Men.   As Disney prepares to finalize its acquisition of 21st Century Fox, the new trailer for Dark Phoenix shows off the final chapter for a

‘Game Of Thrones’ Creator George RR Martin Won’t Make A Cameo In The Final Season

HBO’s Game of Thrones fans expected to see A Song of Ice and Fire author George R. R. Martin to eventually appear in the final season of  Game of Thrones, but it looks

Trump Walks Away From North Korea Talks When Kim Jong Un Demands Further Sanctions Relief

Finally, after making a fool of himself, calling himself “in love” with a man who killed an American college student, starves and rapes his own people, apparently Pompeo and Bolton finally got

Cinemax Renews Action Series ‘Strike Back’ For Seventh And Final Season

CINEMAX has renewed the action series STRIKE BACK for a seventh and final season, it was announced today by Kary Antholis, president, HBO Miniseries and CINEMAX Programming. Currently debuting episodes Friday nights

Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott Served in $220,000 Debt Case Against Bank, Ordered To Court

According to legal documents filed, Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott were served earlier this month in regard to their case against City National Bank. The company wants to examine the pair’s finances after they

‘Aquaman 2′ Officially Greenlit At Warner Bros. For 2022

The sequel to Aquaman is officially happening — but it’s going to be a long wait.   Warner Bros. announced Wednesday that a follow-up to the hit superhero film starring Jason Momoa will

‘A Star Is Born’ to Be Rereleased With 12 Minutes of New Footage

Bradley Cooper’s A Star Is Born will be rereleased in more than 1,150 theaters with 12 minutes of new footage, Warner Bros. announced Thursday. The one-week run commences Friday in the wake