Aubrey Huff says there's going to be A LOT of bruises on Astros players' backs this year ... saying the punishment for their cheating scandal is going to be all-out bean wars in 2020! … [Read more...] about Aubrey Huff Says Astros Will Be Beaned All Year, ‘Wear Bulletproof Vests!’
Family reunites with long lost daughter after 24 year search
Actress-turned-politician Khushbu Sundar has been happily married to noted filmmaker Sundar C for 20 years now. Yes, the couple took the plunge in 2000 but the big proposal happened much before that. It was on February 22, 1995, that the Aranmanai director proposed Khusbhu and since then the two have been living a fairy tale love story. … [Read more...] about Khushbu Sundar Gets Nostalgic About Her Proposal Day, Posts Romantic Message For Sundar C
Trance, the Fahadh Faasil-Nazriya Nazim starrer has hit the theatres on February 21, Thursday. The movie, which marked filmmaker Anwar Rasheed's comeback to direction after a long gap of 8 years, revolves around the life journey of Viju Prasad, a failed motivational speaker. Despite receiving mixed reviews from the audiences and critics, Trance has reportedly made an excellent opening at the Kerala box office. … [Read more...] about Trance Box Office Day 1 Kerala Collections: The Biggest Opener Of 2020 So Far!
My Brilliant Friend, Season 2Based on Elena Ferrante’s novel The Story of a New Name, Lila and Lenú return for a new season. The clip opens as the two friends are reunited for the first time after Lenú (portrayed by Margherita Mazzucco) has returned from her honeymoon. After greeting Lila (portrayed by Gaia Girace) at the door with a smile and dark sunglasses, Lenú removes them to reveal a swollen, black-and-blue bruise. She confides in her friend, saying, “I’ve been wrong about everything.” The following scenes reveal just how dangerous Lenú’s marriage has become while Lila’s education propels her on an entirely different path away from their small neighborhood. (March 16th) … [Read more...] about Trailers of the Week: New ‘Westworld,’ ‘Amazing Stories,’ ‘Little Fires Everywhere’
After 9/11, Fox, like every news outlet, was desperate for analysts capable of talking knowledgably about the War on Terror, so the chance to put a former CIA officer on the air would have been alluring. (Fox declined to participate for this article.) The network has not explained how Simmons first appeared on the channel, or how he passed their vetting process, but one possible explanation lies in the fact that his early appearances were almost all on Saturday nights. “With weekends, the vetting goes away, and the pre-interview goes away, and just general thought of any kind goes away, other than ‘Who can I get in front of a camera?'” claims a former Fox producer. Once a guest proves capable, bookers for prominent time slots often snap them up when breaking news hits, and have little reason to question their credentials. “If you want to play Talented Mr. Ripley, once you get inside, nobody’s going to think twice about whether you should be there,” … [Read more...] about The Rise and Fall of a Fox News Fraud