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Not even a Superstorm like Sandy can quiet the Twittersphere. Celebs of all ilk -- authors, comedians, actors and socialites -- are weighing in, from offering prayers to assessing damage in their own backyards, getting political to confusing the storm with a gal named Sally.
Steven Tyler (@IamStevenT) MY THOUGHTS & PRAYERS GO OUT TO THOSE ON THE EAST COAST.... STAY SAFE FROM SUPERSTORM...Read more »
As fitting a name as this episode has, it's safe to say that Aria's ride was the darkest of them all. So then what do you get when you mix a long train ride, Halloween costumes and Adam Lambert? A Pretty Little Liars murder mystery who-done-it. Oh, wait, that's the whole series, sans trains and Mr. Lambert. Despite a cameo/musical performance from the "American Idol" alum, this episode...Read more »
"Iron Man 3" appears to be going for a tone of darkness and danger, at least judging by the new trailer released online today.
Robert Downey Jr.'s trademark wisecracking is replaced by brooding lines such as "Nothing's been the same since New York" (a reference to the mayhem of "The Avengers") and "I can't sleep, and when I do I have nightmares."...Read more »
Fred Carpenter, the tireless filmmaker from Shirley, has a knack for convincing stars to appear in his movies: Armand Assante and Eric Roberts have both been pulled into Carpenter's orbit. The latest to fall under his charm offensive: Sean Young.
Movie fans will remember Young as an actress of classic, siren-style beauty who appeared opposite Harrison Ford in “Blade Runner,” and with Kevin...Read more »
Massapequa’s Christopher Palu, 25, a “Project Runway” finalist, is “out.” So declared host Heidi Klum on Thursday night’s finale of the Lifetime-TV hit reality-competition show, where Palu and two other finalists, Fabio Costa and Melissa Fleis, were defeated by Dmitry Sholokhov, 33, of New York City.
Despite the fact that Michael Kors said his 10-piece collection, “started with a ka-boom,”...Read more »
The remake of Brian De Palma's 1976 horror classic is coming to the screen next year with Chloe Moretz taking over for Sissy Spacek in the title role of a troubled (to say the least) girl and Julianne Moore replacing Piper Laurie as a less-than-ideal mother. A new teaser offers a glimpse of Moretz near the end.
The original "Carrie," based on the Steven King novel, has been enshrined...Read more »
In a recent interview with Extra, actress Halle Berry revealed a surprising family connection.
“You wanna know who I am related to?” the actress asked Extra host Jerry Penacoli. “Sarah Palin.”
“In some twisted way . . . somebody sent me this information,” she explained.
Berry revealed the news while sitting with Tom Hanks to talk about their film “Cloud Atlas,” and the two laughed...Read more »
Lindsay Lohan is Team Romney.
In the same week the troubled actress' fight with her mom Dina made headlines, thanks to her dad Michael Lohan releasing a recording of a phone conversation which gave play-by-play of the argument outside Dina's North Merrick home, Lindsay says she's endorsing GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, according to E! News.
A day after leaving her mom's Long...Read more »
Sharpen your knives, Hitchcock fans: Fox Searchlight has released a trailer for "Hitchcock," with Anthony Hopkins playing The Master and Helen Mirren as his wife, Alma Reville. The story focuses on the making of Hitchcock's most famous film, "Psycho."
So much has been written about Alfred Hitchcock that this movie, a late addition to the year's fall schedule, will surely...Read more »
David Siegel, the time-share mogul profiled in the acclaimed documentary “The Queen of Versailles,” recently sent an email to his employees saying they would likely be fired if they help re-elect President Barack Obama, according to Gawker.
“The Queen of Versailles” followed Siegel and his wife, Jackie, as they watched a spiraling economy endanger his business and shut down construction of...Read more »