What a good thing Eric Blair decided to use a pen name. The word ”Orwellian”, used to describe a sinister government or a form of mind control, has an ominous ring.
Amanda Bynes has been hospitalised for a mental health evaluation after a witness said he spotted flames on her pant legs from a small gasoline fire in the driveway of a California home. Deputies responding to an emergency call on Monday night (local time) said the 27-year-old actress had started the fire in the driveway in Thousand Oaks, county sheriff’s Captain
If you stick around through the closing credits of Before Midnight, the latest film in the trilogy that also includes Before Sunrise and Before Sunset, you’ll see that the movie is dedicated to someone whose name even the most die-hard fans have never heard before: Amy Lehrhaupt.
Thirty years ago I was high on superheroes and wanted nothing more than a life filled with caped crusaders and men of steel. I’d just seen Superman III at the cinema and I thought to myself: “Why can’t they make more films like this No, why can’t all films be like this” I was a fool, and not just because I was eight or that Superman III is a super dud (Superman AND Richard Pryor in the same What could possibly go wrong).
People have one of two reactions to the music of French pianist Richard Clayderman – they love it or hate it. For every person who finds his instrumentals hard to distinguish from anonymous elevator music and too populist to be considered classical, there’s the legion of fans who have bought 75 million of his albums.
Justin Bieber will bring his show to New Zealand in November.
Bieber and manager Scooter Braun have signed up for a Virgin Galactic suborbital flight, Virgin founder Richard Branson announced on Twitter. “Great to hear @justinbieber & @scooterbraun are latest @virgingalactic future astronauts,” Branson said.
Kate Winslet is going to be a mum again. A representative for the 37-year-old Oscar winner confirms Winslet and husband Ned Rocknroll are expecting a child
The squalour and sacrifice of trench warfare will be brought to life with the help of two film industry giants to mark the centenary of World War I.
The ultimate hero in Titanic, a real life model-loving lothario, and now set to be a space astronaut – Leonardo DiCaprio is the man who embodies every boyhood fantasy. A trip sitting next to DiCaprio on Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic space flight went for $US1.5 million (NZ$1.85 million) at amfAR’s annual gala and auction at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival