Monthly Archives: December 2019

NY Prosecutors Ask For Harvey Weinstein’s Bond To Be Raised $5M After He Allegedly Cut His Ankle Monitor

The cost of freedom could be a whopping $5 million for alleged serial sex offender Harvey Weinstein after the Oscar winner supposedly got a little too hands-on with his court-ordered ankle monitor.

‘The Batman’ Casts Peter Sarsgaard

Peter Sarsgaard is headed to Gotham City. The actor is joining The Batman, with filmmaker Matt Reeves shared a  photo of the actor Friday on Twitter, where he has been confirming other castings. Sources

Tesla Billionaire Elon Musk, Found Not Liable For Damages In Defamation Lawsuit

Tesla titan Elon Musk is not liable for damages after branding a British cave explorer a “pedo guy” following the Thai cave rescue of 12 boys and their soccer coach last year.

EXCLUSIVE: Parents Of Convicted Murderer Chris Watts Reach Out To Grieving Family Of Beautiful Shan’ann , Bella and Celeste Watts

It was a horrifying crime that shocked America and the world.  And the families of the victims remain devastated to this day over the deaths of Shan’ann Watts and her beautiful angelic

Robert Walker Jr., ‘Star Trek’ Actor and Son of Hollywood Superstars, Dies at 79

Robert Walker Jr., the son of actors Robert Walker and Jennifer Jones who starred on a memorable Star Trek episode and in such films as Ensign Pulver and Young Billy Young, died

Ron Leibman, Actor in ‘Angels in America,’ ‘Where’s Poppa?’ and ‘Friends,’ Dies at 82

Ron Leibman, the dependable actor known for his Tony Award-winning performance in Angels in America: Millennium Approaches and for his turns in such films as Where’s Poppa?, Slaughterhouse-Five and Norma Rae, has died. He was 82. Robert Attermann,

Box Office: ‘Knives Out’ Soaring With $62M In 12 Days

Lionsgate’s mystery comedy “Knives Out” is also showing plenty of pull at multiplexes with another $14 million at 3,461 venues in its second weekend, giving it around $62 million in its first

HBO Presents An Axios Interview With Former VP Joe Biden, Airing Sunday, Dec. 8, Exclusive Preview (VIDEO)

On the heels of a news-breaking second season, AXIOS presents an interview special with former Vice President Joe Biden from his “No Malarkey” bus tour. Axios co-founder Mike Allen catches up with

Box Office Milestone: ‘Frozen 2’ Still Sizzling With $37 Million in Third Weekend, Nearing $900M In 2 Weeks

Disney’s “Frozen 2” is gradually warming up the North American box office, with an estimated $37 million its third weekend at 4,348 sites, early estimates showed Friday. Disney’s animated sequel is projected to

Helen Mirren to Get Berlin Film Fest Lifetime Achievement Honor

British actress Helen Mirren will receive a lifetime achievement honor at the 2020 Berlin International Film Festival, the festival announced Wednesday.  Mirren, who won the best actress Oscar and Golden Globe in