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Katharine Emmer Paid For Her Debut Film With Money She Made As A Nanny (And Got It Into SXSW)

The day South by Southwest announced Katharine Emmer's debut feature, "Life in Color," had made it into this year's lineup, she ran into David Fincher at a restaurant. Emboldened by the good news, Emmer walked up to the acclaimed director and told him about her film. "He was so congratulatory and wanted to shake my hand. Show More Summary

Cinderella Is Through With Her Fairy Godmother's Bullsh-t

Cinderella raises some good points, Fairy Godmother. She's been basically imprisoned by her wicked stepmother, beaten and used for slave labor her entire life. And now you drop in with some glass footwear and a sparkly ball gown andShow More Summary

HBO Just Made It Near Impossible To Not Watch 'Game Of Thrones'

"Game of Thrones" is about to take over the globe. HBO announced Tuesday that Season 5 will air simultaneously in more than 170 countries and territories, beginning with the U.S. premiere on April 12. That makes it nearly impossibleShow More Summary

Windell Middlebrooks, Actor Best Known As Miller High Life Delivery Man, Dead At 36

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Windell Middlebrooks, an actor who gained TV commercial stardom as a burly, no-nonsense beer delivery man who confiscated the brew from undeserving snobs, has died, his family said Tuesday. He was 36. Middlebrooks died Monday in the Los Angeles area, said his manager and friend, Steve Ivey. Show More Summary

Watch The Real Michael Bolton Screen Test For 'Office Space,' Mmkay? Thanks

Michael... BOLTON? "So are you any relation to the pop singer?" -- Is one of the most memorable aspects of the film "Office Space." One character has the unfortunate honor of sharing his name with singer Michael Bolton. And it seemsShow More Summary

'Walking Dead' Spinoff Gets Us Closer To Year-Round Zombies On AMC

"Walking Dead" fans are about to have a double serving of zombies. AMC's spinoff of the hit zombie show was greenlit for two seasons on Monday. The first batch of six episodes will premiere in late summer with the 13-episode second season airing in 2016. Show More Summary

Sony Wants To Make An Entire 'Ghostbusters' Universe [UPDATE]

UPDATE: According to Badass Digest, the new "Ghostbusters" movie won't necessarily be "guy-themed" -- a sentiment also passed along by -- and could include Chris Pratt. "It does have some guys at the center -- the concept here...Show More Summary

Britt Nilsson And Kaitlyn Bristowe Named The New 'Bachelorettes'

Get ready for the next season of "The Bachelorette." No seriously, get ready. ABC announced that they are switching up the rules and named TWO new stars of Season 11 during "The Bachelor: After the Final Rose" special on Monday night. Show More Summary

'Devious Maids': Carmen's Past Comes Back To Hurt Her

Since the premiere of "Devious Maids," Carmen has been nothing but ambitious. She has been willing to do absolutely anything to make it as a singer. But little was known of who she was before she became this driven person. A layer was peeled back this week when it was revealed that she was married. Show More Summary

'Sister Wives': Disapproval, Few Sales At Expo In FLDS Community

Business was tough for Kody and his wives on the season premiere of "Sister Wives." The group was still trying to launch their jewelry business, SisterWife's Closet, but online sales just weren't cutting it. So the family decided to set up a booth at a women's expo in Robyn's hometown of St. Show More Summary

'Tia & Tamera': Tia Proves She's Sexy By Performing Burlesque

Twins "Tia & Tamera" Mowry are no longer the teens that America fell in love with. At 35-years-old, they are full-grown women now. But that doesn't mean Tia felt ready for someone to go calling her "Ma'am." She didn't like it one bit when a frozen yogurt shop employee called her "Ma'am," and so she decided to do something about it. Show More Summary

'Breaking Amish: LA': Cast Secrets Include Pregnancy

While it's unlikely they were able to watch the first season of "Breaking Amish," five new Amish and Mennonite young adults were nevertheless inspired by the original cast, and decided they were ready to break away from their sheltered communities. Show More Summary

'Kardashians': Kris Jenner Snubs Brody, Leading To Confrontation

You know how Brody Jenner hasn't been a very big part of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" before this season? According to the latest episode, he might be trying to tell us that the one to blame for his absence is none other than the family matriarch, Kris Jenner. Show More Summary

Selena Gomez Talks Love, Justin Bieber And Honesty

Selena Gomez opened up during her one-on-one interview with Ryan Seacrest. She talked specifically about her love life, which has seen her tied to some pretty prominent names in pop culture -- none bigger than pop superstar Justin Bieber. Show More Summary

'RHONJ': Joe Gorga, Joe Giudice Come To Blows

The Joes came to blows on "The Real Housewives of New Jersey." This isn't the first time Joe Giudice and Joe Gorga have fought -- on and off the cameras -- but this one got physical in a hurry. It all started while the Giudices, Gorgas, and Wakiles were together for a "team-building" retreat. Show More Summary

'Game Of Thrones' Meets 'Always Sunny'

SAN DIEGO — "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" has plenty to be thankful for: The naughty FX comedy is going into its ninth season, helping to launch a new spin-off channel and was greeted by more than 5,000 fans at the show's Comic-Con panel Sunday in Hall H at the San Diego Convention Center. Show More Summary

First Look At The New Season Of 'The Vampire Diaries'

SAN DIEGO — There's no peace for Mystic Falls. The cast and crew of "The Vampire Diaries" gave shrieking Comic-Con fans a taste of what's to come in the fifth season during the CW supernatural series' presentation Saturday at the pop-culture convention. Show More Summary

Samuel L. Jackson Headed To 'Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.'?

SAN DIEGO — Joss Whedon is the busiest man at Comic-Con. The multihyphenate visionary talked television on Friday, film on Saturday and rounded out the four-day geek extravaganza meeting with fans and talking with reporters Sunday at...Show More Summary

Karen Fratti: Heads Are Rolling

Note: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Season 6, Episode 6 of HBO's "True Blood," "Don't You Feel Me?" Let that light shine! I've mentioned missing more vampire action, Lafayette scenes, and Sookie choosing between good and evil. Show More Summary

Jack Mirkinson: ARGH, NO!

Note: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Season 2, Episode 2 of HBO's "The Newsroom," titled "The Genoa Tip." Things that are right with "The Genoa Tip": The Genoa tip itself. Even though we know it's all going to fall apart, the story of the supposed American war crime in Pakistan continues to intrigue. Show More Summary

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