The royal family is often targeted by paparazzi, as evidenced by the topless photos of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, originally published by a French magazine earlier this month.
And it seems films about the royal family are no exception.
As Freddie Combs took the stage on Thursday’s episode of “The X Factor,” judges L.A. Reid and Simon Cowell appeared to lock eyes with each other.
The 540-pound, wheelchair-bound minister from Greeneville, Tennessee, who said he almost died in 2009 when he weighed in at 920 pounds, dedicated his rendition of “Wind Beneath My Wings” to his wife of almost 16 years.
After years of gaining and losing weight under Hollywood’s microscope, Kirstie Alley is no stranger to defending her body.
And now, as Lady Gaga takes heat for packing on about 25 pounds, Alley is coming to her defense, as well.
Fifteen years after a permanent global blackout, the Mathesons are struggling to survive. An evil militia rules in the absence of technology, and few know how to restore the peace - Ben Matheson (Tim Guinee) and his brother Miles (Billy Burke) are presumably two of them.
In case the parallels between NBC’s “Revolution,” which premiered on Monday, and “The Hunger Games” aren’t yet apparent, we’ll note: this post-apocalyptic adventure stars Tracy Spiridakos as Charlie, a teenage girl who wields a bow and arrow.
Fifteen years later and “Titanic” fans are still angry with Rose for hogging that raft, thus allowing Jack to succumb to hypothermia.
Even the new NBC sitcom “Guy With Kids” pokes fun at the iconic scene. As one character and his wife unenthusiastically prepare for a “Titanic”-themed fundraiser, he asks, “And what happens at the end of the night? You hog a piece of driftwood that could easily accommodate the both of us?”
But “Titanic” writer/producer/director James Cameron wants to set the record straight:
[This post contains spoilers to the August 28 summer finale of ABC Family's "Pretty Little Liars." If you don't want to know, skip it till you've watched and then come back!]
The summer finale for “Pretty Little Liars” took a page right out of its own book.
The episode mimicked the non-linear format of the last mid-season finale, beginning with a body bag being loaded into an ambulance. Viewers barely had enough time to use context clues, as Hanna sobbed from behind the caution tape, before the ABC Family series rewound to two days prior. Intense.
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