At a press event for her mother Debbie Reynolds‘ party, “Profiles in History’s Debbie Reynolds — The Auction Finale,” in Los Angeles Wednesday night, Carrie Fisher dropped a few details about Star Wars: Episode VII. “She is not allowed to talk about it…so I want to protect her,” Reynolds expressed, explaining Fisher won’t talk about… Continue reading Carrie Fisher Reveals She Lost 35 Pounds for Episode VII.
Zack Snyder, the director of the tentatively titled Batman vs. Superman movie tweeted the first photo of Ben Affleck as the new Batman, standing next to the latest Batmobile. The new Batman suit is dark — though unlike others seen in previous films appears to be grey with black accents — and thanks to its… Continue reading I Am Batman! Not Really, But Ben Affleck Is!
Houston, we have a problem with YOUR drivers! The city was judged as the least courteous when it comes to motorists in AutoVantage’s 2014 Driver’s Seat Road Rage Survey of 2,500 adults. AutoVantage, which specializes in car and roadside assistance, ranked the nation’s most courteous and least courteous cities based on behavior, observation and attitudes… Continue reading For Those Who Complain About Michigan Drivers…
Jack Bauer hasn’t lost too many fans since he last appeared on TV in 2010. 24: Live Another Day, with Kiefer Sutherland reprising his role as counterterrorism agent Jack Bauer following a four-year hiatus, premiered Monday night on Fox to an audience of 8.1 million viewers. The previous season of 24, which ended in 2010,… Continue reading 24 Returns with a Solid Audience.
Brantley Gilbert will be on the go Sunday, May 25 appearing at both the Indianapolis 500 in Indiana and the Coca-Cola 600 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Brantley will be with driver Sage Karam at the Indianapolis 500, and Brantley’s new album cover, Just as I Am, will appear on Sage’s number 22 car. Brantley’s face… Continue reading Brantley Gilbert Pulling Double Duty May 25 at the Indianapolis 500 and Coca-Cola 600 Races.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 had an electric debut at the box office. The sequel, starring Andrew Garfield as the web-slinger and Jamie Foxx as his nemesis, Electro, earned an estimated 92 million dollars over the weekend to grab the top spot. By comparison, the first film in the rebooted franchise made 62 million in its… Continue reading Did You See a Movie Over the Weekend?
Luke Bryan will headline Summerfest 2014 in Milwaukee with a show at Marcus Amphitheater on Saturday, June 28. He played for a sold-out crowd at the festival last summer. Danielle Bradbery will serve as Luke’s opening act for the June 28 show. Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker and Zac Brown Band are also playing Summerfest, which… Continue reading Our Best Chance to See Luke Bryan in Concert?
Garth Brooks is expected to announce plans for a massive world tour in the coming months, and he’s hinted there might be some new music to go along with the trek. Since Jerrod Niemann had a hand in writing several of Garth’s singles, including 2005’s “Good Ride Cowboy,” we wondered if Jerrod might know something… Continue reading Is Jerrod Niemann Secretly Writing Songs for a New Garth Brooks Project?
The latest inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame have been announced: Ronnie Milsap, Hank Cochran, and Mac Wiseman. The inductees were revealed Tuesday morning in Nashville. Soulful keyboardist Milsap, who’s blind, was of the biggest crossover country performers of the ’70s and ’80s, thanks to hits like “I Wouldn’t Have Missed It for… Continue reading Ronnie Milsap, Hank Cochran & Mac Wiseman Are Newest Inductees into Country Music Hall of Fame.
Kevin Sharp, who scored a hit in 1996 with “Nobody Knows,” has died. Sharp’s website announced the singer died Saturday night of ongoing complications from past stomach surgeries and digestive issues. He was 43. Sharp — who survived a battle with a rare form of bone cancer after he was diagnosed while in high school… Continue reading “Nobody Knows” Singer Kevin Sharp Dead at 43.