Ian Ziering had a bad feeling about "Sharknado" as soon as he picked up the script in 2013, but his wife convinced him to keep reading.'This is why daddy doesn't work anymore' »
Co-stars like Jordana Brewster and Tyrese Gibson posted comments reacting to the sweet tribute.
Former "Real World" star turned Fox News contributor Rachel Campos-Duffy said Trump "has so much energy."
The Bean Bag Boys, the self-appointed nickname for the trio of best friends in Universal's "Good Boys," are conquering much more than sixth grade. They are also leading the domestic box office, exceeding expectations and collecting $21 million on opening weekend. "Good Boys," which screened at 3,204 North American theaters, is a much-needed win for […]
Geroge R.R. Martin is sticking to his original plan when it comes to the future of "Game of Thrones." In an interview with The Observer, Martin claimed that HBO's controversial ending for the series would have no affect on the endings of the last two novels. “No, it doesn’t. It doesn’t change anything at all," […]
Kip Addotta, a comedian who frequently appeared on “The Tonight Show” has died, his family announced. He was 75.“It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Kip Addotta earlier this week. Thank you to all of his friends and fans who have supported him throughout his life and career. His wit will be missed but his writings will live forever,” his family wrote on his Facebook page.No cause of death was given.Also Read: Richard Williams, Animator and Roger Rabbit Creator, Dies at 86Along with “The Tonight Show,” Addotta also appeared on “Midnight Special,” “Don Kirshnir’s Rock Concert” and the syndicated “Make Me Laugh.” He hosted the game show “Everything Goes” on the Playboy Channel.His credits as an actor include HBO’s “The Larry Sanders Show” and the films “Bound for Glory” and “For da Love of Money.”Addotta was also featured on the Dr. Demento radio show for his songs “Wet Dream” and “Life in the Slaw Lane.”Read original story Kip Addotta, Comedian Who Appeared on ‘The Tonight Show,’ Dies at 75 At TheWrap
Nancy Parker, an anchor with the WVUE FOX 8 News in New Orleans, died in a small plane crash Friday, the station reported. She was 53.Parker, who was with Fox 8 for 23 years, was shooting a story in a stunt plane when it went down just after 3 p.m. in a field about a half-mile south of the New Orleans Lakefront Airport.The trained acrobatic pilot of the 1983 Pitts S-2B aircraft, Franklin Augustus, was also killed.Also Read: Peter Fonda, Two-Time Oscar Nominee and Star of 'Easy Rider,' Dies at 79“Nancy was absolutely a joy to work with each and every day,” FOX 8 vice president and general manager Tim Ingram said. “Today we lost a wonderful journalist and remarkable friend, the New Orleans television community lost a true treasure, but beyond that, her family lost a wife, a mother and daughter. Our thoughts and prayers are with them.“Nancy was a part of the FOX 8 family for the last 23 years, she put her heart and soul into her work, covering thousands of stories and touching countless lives. She made a difference in the lives of those she reported on. She will be sorely missed, and her absence creates a void that cannot be filled.”An investigator from the Federal Aviation Administration said in a statement that the pilot contacted the tower shortly before the crash and asked to return to the airport, citing problems with the propeller-drive plane.Also Read: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Escapes Plane Crash Without Serious Injuries“Witnesses reported observing the airplane appeared to have engine problems shortly after take-off,” the NTSB statement said. “According to witnesses the airplane then pitched down and struck the ground.” The plane was consumed by flames after the crash.A preliminary report will be released by the NTSB within a few weeks, with the final determinate of the crash’s probable cause issued at the conclusion of the investigation in 12 to 24 months.Parker is survived by her husband Glynn “Glen” Boyd and three children, twins Piper and Pierce and their oldest son, Parker.Read original story Nancy Parker, Fox 8 News Reporter, Dies in Plane Crash at 53 At TheWrap
Vanessa Hudgens and Austin Butler have been dating for eight years, and her latest Instagram post shows how solid their relationship still is.
"I’ll say: ‘I don’t get it. How are you simultaneously as proud as punch of me, and watching Fox News all the time, doing takedowns of your daughter?'"
"After nearly 40 years, Slayer apparently remains as terrifying to some as ever," heavy metal legends say after car's owner pulls sponsorship
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The online parenting police came calling for Carey Hart after he posted a video of a boating trip he went on with son, Jameson.
There will be no more Krypton on Syfy. The network has opted not to renew the Superman origin drama series, and the recent Season 2 finale August 14 was a series finale on the NBCUniversal cable network. With the mothership series getting canceled, Syfy also won't be proceeding with the previously announced Lobo spinoff, which […]
The Academy Award winner is once again in hot water amid the unfolding disaster of her busted Broadway bow in "Tea at Five."
EXCLUSIVE: Bidding has started on Shadow Force, a Leon Chills-scripted action drama that has Kerry Washington and Sterling K. Brown attached to star in and produce. The script is described as a fresh take on Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Simpson Street’s Pilar Savone and Washington will be producing alongside Indian Meadows Productions’ Danielle Reardon and […]