If you see the name "Gypsy Rose Blanchard," it might not sound too familiar. However, you've probably heard her story. Documented in the popular HBO doc Mommy Dead & Dearest, the real-life tale of a doting mother and sickly daughter turned scam/murder story is wild, to say the least.
Badla Movie Trailer: 'Badla' trailer (Badla Trailer) is released. Trailer of Amitabh Bachchan and Tapsi Pannu's film 'Badla' is full of mysteries and adventures.
It was uploaded by Elizabeth Banks, director and actress of the movie, on the film set with Ella Balinska, Kristen Stewart and Naomi Scott, the three "angelitas".
“You really don’t know who I am? Genie, wishes, lamp... none of that ringing a bell?”
Karan Johar is all set to host Student of the Year 2 team Tiger Shroff, Tara Sutaria and Ananya Panday on Koffee With Karan's next episode
The Walking Dead is hemorrhaging major cast members in the past two years. It has lost Chandler Riggs (Carl), killed off in an ill-conceived plotline. Andrew Lincoln (Rick) and Lauren Cohan (Maggie) wanted to leave, and will/may return in a diminished or spin-off capacity.
Big-ticket Bollywood premieres are unusual for Berlinale, so it’s not every year that the film festival witnesses the feistiness and glamour of Bollywood on the red carpet.
The body of Mahesh Anand, who was last seen in Govinda's 'Rangeela Raja' released last month, was found in a decomposed state from his residence in Andheri West's Yari road, police said.
André Hollandstars as sports agent Ray Burke in High Flying Bird, which depicts the sour reality that NBA players are beholden to, and often get swallowed by, forces larger than them.
In the Chucky movies, the Jennifer Tilly-voiced killer doll Tiffany is very much a speaks-her-mind kind of gal. The same can be said of Tilly herself, particularly it seems when it comes to the subject of the upcoming remake of 1988’s Child’s Play, the film which introduced the world to Tiffany’s paramour, the similarly homicidal Chucky. “New ‘Chucky’ … Continue reading Jennifer Tilly reacts to Child’s Play remake: ‘Ummm…no’