Lynn Elber and Mark Kennedy, Associated Press Published 3:54 pm CDT, Friday, September 14, 2018 Elisabeth Moss could win best actress in a drama, while the “The Handmaid’s Tale” is also favored for best drama. Elisabeth Moss could win best actress in a drama, while the “The Handmaid’s Tale” is also favored for best drama. Photo: Hulu, HO / TNS “The Handmaid’s Tale” is favored for best drama. “The Handmaid’s Tale” is favored for best drama. Photo: George Kraychyk, HO / TNS Lakeith Stanfield, left, and Donald Glover star in Atlanta,” which will likely win best comedy series. Glover may also pick up a best actor Emmy. Lakeith Stanfield, left, and Donald Glover star in Atlanta,” which will likely win best comedy series. Glover may also pick up a best actor Emmy. … [Read more...] about Emmy predictions: ‘Game of Thrones’ or ‘Handmaid’s Tale’?
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ROBBIE Williams and wife Ayda Field's banter on The X Factor has seen them nicknamed “Richard and Judy on acid” by audience members at Wembley Arena. And by the sound of things the pair could be heading for marriage counselling by the end of the week. In a heated exchange during auditions Robbie told Ayda: “Give Love Island a call because I’m ready to recouple.” Ayda prompted his comments after the Rock DJ singer offered his glass of water to contestant Kyle Brown to help calm his nerves. She teased: “I wouldn’t touch that – I know where his mouth has been.” A show insider said: “Simon is loving the fireworks between the couple, and the other judges are egging them on. “It’s given the show a new lease of life and producers are loving it.” The pair are joined on the show’s revamped judging panel by Louis Tomlinson and Simon Cowell. This year’s X Factor is fast becoming the Robbie and … [Read more...] about Robbie Williams jokes that he’s ‘ready to re-couple’ after heated banter with wife Ayda on X Factor judging panel
Kyle Swenson, The Washington Post Published 7:41 am, Thursday, May 31, 2018 Photo: Pasco County Jail Richard Hoagland Richard Hoagland In 1993, Richard Hoagland seemed to be living the good life. He had a young wife and two sons, Matthew and Douglas. Business was good enough at his insurance company to pay for a five-bedroom house outside Indianapolis, a speedboat tied up at a nearby lake and a closet stuffed with designer suits. Then he went AWOL. On Fed. 10, Hoagland told his wife he was going to the hospital. When she called the emergency room, her husband wasn't there. He wasn't anywhere. His passport and toothbrush were still at home. "He didn't pack any clothes. It was cold, it was in February, he did not take a coat," Linda Iseler, Hoagland's wife, told ABC's Nightline in 2016. "How do you walk away from your own children? How do you turn your back?" Recommended Video: Now Playing: Linda … [Read more...] about Decades ago he abandoned his family and assumed a new identity. An Ancestry.com search unraveled a mystery years later.
Staples Center stirred in anticipation as a thin 32-year-old rookie with taut cheeks and gray-speckled hair walked over to the scorer’s table to check in. The arena erupted when the part-time math tutor made his first three-pointer. Later, in one corner of the arena an "Ingram" chant began, and they weren’t talking about Brandon. They were talking about the man who spent 10 years playing in tiny gyms or practice facilities, in far-flung towns in flyover states, hoping he’d get a chance in the NBA. When the fans chanted "M-V-P," they didn’t mean James Harden, who was also on the court. They meant Andre Ingram, and they were living his fantasy with him. The past 10 years were all for this day. The times when he wondered if this was all worth it, when he made less than $30,000 a year to play basketball, living with roommates sometimes a decade younger than him, were for this. "I just felt some electricity out there," Ingram said. "The crowd. Just being here, … [Read more...] about Andre Ingram, a 32-year-old rookie, steals the show for Lakers with 19 points in debut
There have been many different big-screen versions of Batman, his associates, and his enemies over the years. The character’s world can be — and has been — interpreted in a variety of ways, from bright and colorful to dark and gloomy. It has been portrayed both dramatically and comedically, and somewhere in between on a few occasions. Part of the reason for the enduring popularity is the ability to be reinvented in new forms, by new filmmakers taking the helm.Because these are comic book characters running around a comic book universe, so much of the movies’ success depends on the quality of the performances. When an actor knows just what to do, the results can be magic. When one is miscast or struggles to understand the nature of the well-established figure they’re portraying, it can be disastrous. That’s certainly true in the case of Bat-cinema. Below, we’ve compiled a look at the best and worst performances in movies featuring … [Read more...] about Batman: 8 Performances That Ruined The Movies (And 8 That Saved Them)