The way to make it in music these days is to play cruise ships and theme parks, but if you want to be a movie star, break out on TV first.
Oz The Great and Powerful--opening today--features no fewer than four major film folk who started on the small screen.
We've been reporting all week on the stunning story of Valeska Paris, the Swiss-born woman who now lives in Australia and who says that from 1996 to 2007, beginning when she was only 18 years old, she was held on Scientology's private cruise ship, the Freewinds, as a virtual prisoner.
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Who knew Ice-T was a role model? Ice Loves Coco, E!'s new reality show about the rapper/actor and his model/fashion designer wife, makes them look like such a perfect couple that you almost expect them to turn into anime characters and see little cartoon hearts popping above their heads as t ... More >>
A map showing the actual arrest numbers. Click here to enlarge.Ashton Kutcher is throwing a bit of a Twitter fit.
The cause? This week's Village Voice cover story, which takes a hard look at the That 70's Show star's campaign against child trafficking.
Kutcher might be hurt that the article ... More >>
Half man, half machine, all statuePatrick Cassels wrote an impassioned plea to the city of Detroit in Slate, imploring them to seriously consider the plan to build a Robocop statue. He says that the public arts work is worthy, as it depicts "a character who represents triumph over this sad la ... More >>
Valentine's Day--aka Love, American Style, the Movie--is one of those criss-crossing ensemble pieces starring literally everyone alive who's ever walked the earth and ended up in front of a camera.
In an attempt to satisfy every possible demographic, it has young people, old people, whites, ... More >>