Scarlett Johansson was once again spotted wearing a suspect band on her engagement ring finger.
Kiwi screen queen Lucy Lawless is set to tread the boards of one of America’s most famous stages, in a star-studded performance of hit musical Chicago. Lawless, 45, has signed on to play “Mama” Morton in a three-night production at the world-famous Hollywood Bowl, in Los Angeles
Last night’s episode of Doctor Who, The Bells of Saint John, was always going to be about how Clara Oswald becomes the 11th Doctor’s new companion. Fans of the BBC show, which turns 50 in November, have known for a long time Clara, played by Jenna-Louise Coleman, would replace Amy Pond, played by Karen Gillan.
It’s quite remarkable, in hindsight, to think no one predicted the outcome of this stunt. As the Olympic torch splashed through the canoe slalom venue in Hertfordshire today on board a raft as part of its journey around the country, spraying water splashed out the famed Eternal Flame. Day 50 did not go smoothly for […]
Like running backs and child actors, rappers usually do their best work in the first year or two of their careers. The inevitable decline is brought on not by bum knees or embarrassing arrests–in rap there’s no such thing–but by something far more mundane: words
To get in shape for her October wedding, Dawn-Samantha Cahill, 25, a production coordinator in New York City, tried every exercise routine she could think of. But the upended positions that yoga required made her feel self-conscious
When Michael Dukakis was asked about news stories casting doubt on George Bush’s World War II heroism, he said, “I don’t think that kind of thing has any place in the campaign . .
Twas election night all over again.
CAMPAIGN James Johnson kept his glacial blue eyes glued to the motel-room TV set, his mouth slightly open as if in wonder. Walter Mondale’s campaign chairman had been in the state capitol in St.
As a parody of democracy, the scene had a certain dramatic charm.