James Franco is leading a double life in 11.22.63, Hulu's adaptation of Stephen King's best-selling novel about a man who's sent back in time to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. (The eight-part event series premieres, fittingly, on Monday, which is President's Day.) Franco's... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com 11/22/63 James Franco Chris Cooper
Depending on who you ask, the last true leader that America had in the White House was either John F. Kennedy or Ronald Reagan. Regardless of which of the two you pick, you would be hard-pressed to deny that both...
We’re less than a week away from the premiere of Hulu’s Stephen King adaptation, 11.22.63 – the story of a man who travels back in time to try to prevent John F. Kennedy’s assassination. In a cool behind the scenes video, J.J. Abrams, Stephen King, James Franco and Sarah Gadon talk about the event sereis. … Continue reading Timely Behind The Scenes Video: Hulu’s 11.22.63! ?
Only John Kennedy’s victory against the "Space Pen" inventor in 1960 was larger among the 13 contested Democratic primaries in Granite State history.
Next week Hulu subscribers can travel back to the 1960’s with James Franco, Chris Cooper, and Josh Duhamel in an attempt to stop the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Adapted from a novel by the great Stephen King, “11.22.63” is a dark dramatic thriller that stars Franco as Jake Epping, a high school teacher who […]
Some politicians, unlucky ones, make mistakes that define their entire careers. For Dan Quayle in the 1988 presidential election, it was a brief comparison with John F. Kennedy. For Howard Dean in the 2004 Democratic primary, it wasShow More Summary
In mid-November of 1963, a week before he left for his fateful campaign trip to Dallas, Texas, John F. Kennedy held the last press conference of his Presidency, where he fielded a question about the upcoming 1964 Presidential race. “Would...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 07: (L-R) Verdine White, Maurice White, and Philip Bailey of Earth, Wind and Fire walk the red carpet during the 27th Annual Kennedy Center Honors at John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on December 7, 2014 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Kris Connor/Getty Images) Maurice [...]
“Open Door”, “Exodus”, “Revelations” Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Opera House The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Washington, DC February 2, 2016 by George Jackson © 2016 by George Jackson As the Obama era in the...Show More Summary
?Authorities have caught up to a serial carjacker who shot a tourist in a Kennedy Airport hotel parking lot last month, Brooklyn federal court papers state. John Howard, who was charged with that crime and three additional carjackings, targeted Meredith Stifter as she sat in her car at a Hampton Inn and demanded valuables, papers...
Michael Moore: When I was a child, they said there was no way this majority-Protestant country of ours would ever elect a Catholic as president. And then John Fitzgerald Kennedy was elected president. The next decade, they said America would not elect a president from the Deep South. Show More Summary
MARY MEYER (FAR RIGHT) WITH JOHN F. KENNEDY When the body of Mary Pinchot Meyer was found in October 1964 on a wooded towpath in Washington's Rock Creek Park, the apparent victim of a random murder, she was mourned by friends as a beautiful...Show More Summary
“The Sleeping Beauty” American Ballet Theatre Opera House The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Washington, DC January 27, 2016 by George Jackson © 2016 by George Jackson Attempts to perform a perfect, a true version of “The Sleeping Beauty” are like quests for the holy grail. Show More Summary
The administration's Cancer Moonshot will just start coming together as they leave office, but Republicans can keep it going. When President John F. Kennedy made his moonshot speech in September 1962, he thought he had at least two years left in office—over six if he got reelected. Show More Summary
The New Yorker has done it again. "Bad Reception," the cover illustration for the magazine's Feb. 1 issue, shows past U.S. Presidents John F. Kennedy, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt and George Washington watching present-day presidential hopeful Donald Trump blathering on TV. Show More Summary
In response to my recent article, “UFOs, JFK, and an Enigmatic Character,” sixteen people contacted me to see what I thought about the allegations that President John F. Kennedy’s assassination – on November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas – had a connection to the UFO issue. The...
Here's the shocking claim: Since President John F. Kennedy was shot down in late 1963, more Americans have been killed by gunfire in this country than died in all U.S. wars. The Virginia Center for Public Safety, a gun control advocacy group, repeated that assertion, which has been made before, in fliers handed out at a Jan. Show More Summary
John F. Kennedy said, "Life is unfair." All of us nod in agreement but what we don't acknowledge is that life is unfair, in large part, because fairness is very difficult, if not impossible, to create. Years ago, when I started investigating...Show More Summary
“THE WORST CASE SCENARIO FOR A TRUMP PRESIDENCY IS THAT HE WILL DO THE VERY THINGS THOSE HORRIFIED EX-PRESIDENTS DID:” That’s Teddy Roosevelt, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, George Washington, John F. Kennedy, and Abraham Lincoln looking on in disbelief at the mess Trump is making of the American presidential election. It’s pretty funny, at first glance, […]
An ancient evil befalls the residents of a retirement home when Bubba Ho-Tep returns to life! It is up to an elderly Elvis Presley and his partner, President John F. Kennedy, to stop him! Why is Bubba Ho-Tep your favorite Villain of Horror?