"The Walking Dead" may receive monster ratings, but “Dawn of the Dead” director George Romero isn't among the viewers.
“I love the books,” Romero told io9, but he admits he hasn’t seen the AMC series. “I've been waiting to see the whole first season, which I missed because I've been traveling.”
As the creator of the zombie genre, Romero was asked to participate on the show, but he opted to pass.
Are you in the market for a lavish ranch in a remote mountain region? If so, you might want to check out Dennis Quaid’s giant country compound. According to The Wall Street Journal, the actor has put his Montana ranch up for sale.
Quaid’s 418-acre property in Big Sky Country is listed at $14 million. The ranch is located in Emigrant, Montana, near Yellowstone National Park.
The property includes a 5,300-square-foot main residence, plus four guest houses, and a home for a ranch manager. Plus, the ranch boasts horse facilities, two ponds, historic gold mines and fishing along Six Mile Creek.
This one's for you, Twihards who are counting down the next 28 days until "Breaking Dawn - Part I" is unleashed.
Summit Entertainment's posted a short clip that includes a few more shots of the integral wedding scene that sets the remainder of the "Twilight" saga's story in motion. You've seen the ring, the veil and the general wedding scene before, but now you can hear the cast tell you all about it. (We guess it's better than nothing?)
Rob Kardashian doesn’t mind that his family’s reality show isn’t a hit at the White House.
As First Lady Michelle Obama recently told iVillage, President Barack Obama prefers that his daughters Malia, 13, and Sasha, 10, not watch E!’s “Keeping up with the Kardashians.”
“To each his own,” the “Dancing With the Stars” contestant said on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” - to air Monday. FULL POST
Charlie Sheen isn’t going as a warlock, a rock star from Mars or a Vatican assassin for All Hallows Eve.
The New York Post reports that the actor is apparently going as himself this year – complete with Charlie Sheen mask!
He’s “winning” all right. The former "Two and a Half Men" star got his hands on a lifelike latex Charlie Sheen mask and snapped a photo of himself smiling and holding up his fake head. Talk about creepy!
The season finale of “Jersey Shore” brought up a lot of questions for me:
And then, the most mind boggling question of them all: What was the point of filming in Florence, Italy?
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