Lately, Ben Affleck gets behind the camera a lot more than he does in front of it, and his next project may have him directing a Stephen King novel.
Deadline.com is reporting that Affleck is in talks to direct Warner Brothers’ big screen version of King’s novel ‘The Stand.’ No word on who will star in the new version of the book. In fact, it’s not even confirmed by the studio or Affleck that he’s even in talks to direct the film.
There’s a strange, yet completely awesome Tumblr blog called Selleck, Waterfalls Sandwich. It’s exactly what it sounds like – Tom Selleck, in various poses from ‘Magnum, P.I.,’ is superimposed into photos of waterfalls and a variety of sandwiches. Oh, the internet.
On a recent ‘Conan,’ the host introduced Selleck to the site.
The number one movie in America, for the second week in a row, is the Hugh Jackman battling ‘bots flick ‘Real Steel.’ Conan O’Brien knows this and decided to capitalize on the sudden interest in robots, pitting two handmade robots against each other on last night’s show.
14 million viewers watch the critically-acclaimed ABC comedy ‘Modern Family’ at its regular time, but if you add in the 4.5 million who watch a recording of it later, that number actually jumps to 18 million. So not only is it one of the best shows on television with exceptional ratings, it’s also the most recorded.
Anna Faris becomes the unaware, alcoholic mother, who appears in the majority of Lifetime original movies, for the Lifetime skit ‘What’s Wrong with Tanya?’ Hosted by Bill Hader, the game show asks middle-class white moms to try and guess what’s wrong with their daughters?
Are you one of the approximately 75 gazillion people who are addicted to Farmville, cluttering Facebook news feeds with posts about finding a pig or tending crops? Then you might be interested in the Farmville movie Hollywood is developing based on the popular game. Not content to wait, Jimmy Kimmel debuted a (fake) teaser trailer last night on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live.’
It may come as a shock to some people, but a lot of what you see on reality shows is — gasp! — fake. So, it’s probably not a surprise that people are saying that the latest news from one of the stars of Bravo’s ‘Bethenny Ever After’ and ‘Real Housewives’ franchise might not be true, either.
Bethenny Frankel has been making the media rounds, telling the story of how she and her husband were lost at sea off of Nantucket for 21 hours. The only problem with the story is that the man who, ahem, “rescued” her, Tim Russell, tells the Jewish Journal that she didn’t need to be rescued at all, because the boat she was on was functioning fine.
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