Reality star Dr. Drew Pinsky is forming his own production company.
A spokesperson for Dr. Drew confirmed to CNN that the VH1 “Celebrity Rehab” therapist is forming Dr. Drew Productions which will oversee the development of unscripted programs.
The first planned project, currently titled “Estranged with Dr. Drew,” will feature couples in crisis who must decide whether to get back together or break up.
Talk about an appetite for destruction!
The notorious Michael Alig - the erstwhile uber-Club Kid portrayed by Macauley Culkin in the 2003 film "Party Monster" - has been cooking up some notions about his post-prison career.
The 44-year old former New York party promoter and talk show staple pleaded guilty to the grisly 1996 killing and dismemberment of drug dealer Andre "Angel" Meléndez and is due to possibly be released from Coxsackie Correctional Facility this fall, pending completion of a drug treatment program. After serving his manslaughter sentence, he'd like to serve the public. Some food, that is. FULL POST
Do you remember "In the Year 2525"? The ominous hit song about technology, by one-hit wonders Zager and Evans?
Jerry Weintraub - famed Hollywood promoter and producer, friend of performers and presidents - does. During an interview with CNN.com, he told an interesting story about its rise to No. 1 in the summer of '69.
His story begins at the Beverly Hills Hotel, where Weintraub heard the song in a hallway. The guy playing it in his room was an A&R man for RCA Records and acquaintance of Weintraub's.
Last night's episode of "Fringe" might prove a bit controversial among devotees of the show. Fans looking for an episode that would move the plot further along or answer some questions have to wait for next week.
However, fans looking for a fun diversion, paying homage to much of what makes this show great, probably really enjoyed this week's film noir musical extravaganza emanating from the mind of Walter Bishop. Count me in that group.
Now that Peter knows the truth about where he came from, he took off and disappeared. Walter, in his sorrow over this fact (and his drug-induced haze), tells Olivia's niece a tale of how her aunt is a hard-boiled detective in a world that looks a lot like the 1940s, but isn't, what with the existence of computers and cell phones. Not only that but in this world, Walter has invented rainbows, and conducts a chorus of singing corpses (love the polka-dotted cow in his lab). Really bizarre stuff, even for this show. FULL POST
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