Neil Gaiman is the rock star of writing. Writing what you may ask.
Lady Gaga has been recovering from her hip surgery in style.
A family member says an elderly grandmother who left a trail of five dead husbands in five states over decades has died after an illness. Betty Neumar’s son-in-law Terry Sanders says she died in a hospital in Louisiana
It’s been a Monty Python world lately — and we’re not even talking about the absurdity and silliness of current events, such as balloon boys and confessional celebrities. No, it’s a Python world on TV, with the lads being showcased in an multipart IFC documentary — which started this week — and re-airing of their classic TV episodes and movies.
Is there a filmmaker in the world with worse luck than Terry Gilliam? He was directing Heath Ledger in "The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus," when the actor died — and it’s not the first time he has lost a leading man. Jean Rochefort didn’t die eight years ago, but Gilliam had to abandon “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” after a few days when 70-year-old star Jean Rochefort became seriously ill and a flash flood washed away the entire set.
Chelsea and England captain John Terry is backing striker Didier Drogba even though the Ivorian striker is under-fire for his post-match confrontation with referee Tom Henning following Chelsea’s Champions League exit at the hands of Barcelona. Terry slammed the Norwegian referee and accused UEFA of making a mistake by appointing Henning to the semifinal second leg. Chelsea looked to have set-up a repeat of last year’s Champions League final against Manchester United when Michael Essien put them in front with a 20-yard volley in the ninth minute
Police are looking for a University of Georgia professor in the shooting deaths of three people on Saturday, authorities tell CNN. Sonny Wilson, Athens-Clarke County coroner, confirmed three people were dead, but couldn’t provide identities. UGA is in Athens, but university spokesman Pete Konenkamp said the shootings did not happen on campus.