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  • Doctor Strange’s New Foe Revealed For Upcoming Sequel

    When Doctor Strange hit theaters in 2016, it was met with massive approval and an Oscar nomination. Fortunately for fans, a sequel is in the works. Many people have been wondering who the surgeon-turned-sorcerer would face. One writer decided to spill the beans. A Nightmare To Remember C. Robert Cargill, who was a writer on

    EntertainmentWill GardnerApr 23, 2018
  • Side-By-Side Stars: Celebrities And Their Famous Parents At The Same Age

    For many celebrities, the path to stardom seemed inevitable given that they came from an established lineage of famous families. Although it mostly depends on independent merits and innate talent, many Hollywood icons actually followed in the star-studded footsteps of their prominent predecessors. While you might not even know that some of the biggest names in showbiz are related, you’ll be even more surprised to see where the celebrities in this gallery were at the same age as their famous parents. You won’t want to miss these astonishing sets of celebrity relatives - read on!

    EntertainmentJulie SteigerwaldApr 23, 2018
  • 5 Celebrities Who Turned Down DC Roles, For Better Or Worse

    Some of DC’s biggest movies were almost vastly different. A different actor in a key role can sometimes make or break a film. We’ve come across some actors who declined huge DC roles, leaving us to wonder what could’ve been. Here are five celebrities who turned down DC roles. Tom Hardy As Rick Flag Several

    EntertainmentJade WilsonApr 22, 2018
  • Where You’ve Seen The Cast Of ‘Westworld’ Before Will Surprise You

    With its debut in 2016, Westworld became one of HBO’s biggest shows yet. The sci-fi/western series, which is based of the 1973 film of the same name, earned numerous Emmy nominations for its visual effects and costume design. Many of its stars are very familiar, so we’re taking a look at some of their past

    EntertainmentWill GardnerApr 22, 2018
  • Amazon Set To Make A Grand Slam With ‘A League Of Their Own’ TV Series

    A League of Their Own was certainly in its own class when it dropped in 1992. The beloved baseball film is best known for its line “There’s no crying in baseball!” One company is looking to make people cry tears of laughter very soon. A Sitcom Of Their Own Amazon is developing a half-hour sitcom based

    EntertainmentMichael EvansApr 22, 2018
  • Why André The Giant Really Was Larger Than Life

    Whether you know it or not, you've seen his face plastered on subway walls and street signs the world over. You adored him in The Princess Bride. And just watching his awe-inspiring frame enter the wrestling arena made you gape in wonder and amazement. When it comes to André the Giant, no famous face has ever been larger. Behind a giant man were giant secrets. Who was he really? Who knew him best? What did he truly want to get out of his superhuman life? And what were the dire consequences of his unbelievable condition? Read on, and you'll uncover the man behind the mythology.

    EntertainmentMichael BerdyApr 22, 2018
  • The Best Movies And TV Shows Coming To Netflix In April 2018

    From Sundance indie gems to Netflix Original sci-fi series, here you’ll find the best movies and TV shows coming to Netflix throughout the month of April 2018. Whether you’re into epic sports stories or gritty emotional dramas, this month is packed full of great selections for everyone. Balloons This month’s standout will quite possibly be

    EntertainmentWill GardnerApr 21, 2018
  • 5 Celebrity Kids With The Coolest Names Ever

    When it comes to celebrity baby names, history has proven that things can get really weird really quickly. Here, however, you’ll meet a group of celebrity kids whose parents pretty much nailed the name game. Find out how these celebrity kids ended up with the coolest names in Hollywood. Kelly Clarkson’s Daughter River Rose Kelly once

    EntertainmentMichael EvansApr 21, 2018
  • 5 CW Shows You’ll Be Glad To Hear Were Renewed

    The CW has announced its plans to expand to a six-night schedule for its upcoming season, which will feature the return of many fan-favorite shows. Here you’ll discover which of your favorite shows will be making a 2018 comeback to continue delivering comedy, intrigue, and superhuman adventure. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: Season 4 Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is the

    EntertainmentJade WilsonApr 21, 2018
  • Strike A Pose: 5 Actors That Started Their Careers In Modeling

    Being a model isn’t as glamorous as it seems. The competition is stiff, which means you’ll need thick skin. Some of your favorite stars took jobs as models in advertisements or on the runway. It’s safe to say these five people know how to work the camera. Sharon Stone After competing for Miss Pennsylvania, Sharon Stone abandoned

    EntertainmentMichael EvansApr 20, 2018
  • This Iconic Director Says Netflix Films Aren’t Oscar Eligible

    Netflix may be known for its TV shows, but let’s not forget about their astonishing original films. You’d think they’d be good enough for major recognition, but one director says otherwise. Not A Chance For nearly 40 years, Steven Spielberg has easily influenced countless film directors. While promoting the movie Ready Player One, the director was

    EntertainmentJade WilsonApr 20, 2018
  • Dare To Dream: What Happened To Some Of Your Favorite ‘American Idol’ Winners?

    American Idol brought us so many amazing singers during its original 15-season run on Fox. With ABC reviving the show, we take a look back at some of the show’s previous winners. If you think we’re discussing major acts like Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood, think again. Ruben Studdard In 2013, season two winner Ruben Studdard returned

    EntertainmentWill GardnerApr 20, 2018