Entertainment

“No one’s made a good high school movie since” Superbad

L-R: Jonah Hill, Seth Rogen, Bill Hader, Christopher Mintz-Plasse and Michael CeraPhoto: Jeffrey Mayer/WireImage (Getty Images) Seth Rogen has good reason to be cocky about his place in Hollywood. He got his start on one of the most beloved high school television series of all time (Freaks And Geeks) and then co-wrote one of the …

“No one’s made a good high school movie since” Superbad Read More »

The Challenge contestant seriously injured in a freak accident

Olivia Kaiser on The Challenge: Ride Or Die Screenshots: MTV After thirty-eight seasons, MTV’s competition reality show The Challenge has run the gamut of extreme, well, challenges that beget bumps and bruises. But during part 1 of Wednesday’s two-part finale episode, contestant Olivia Kaiser pushed the show’s physical toll to a new limit, suffering a …

The Challenge contestant seriously injured in a freak accident Read More »

Sarah Michelle Gellar confirms Dolly Parton ‘Buffy’ rumour

Sarah Michelle Gellar finally confirmed the rumor that Dolly Parton was a producer on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” While appearing on “The Tonight Show,” Gellar, 45, told the world that the suspicions were true. “Little-known fact: The legend, Dolly Party, was a producer,” Gellar told Jimmy Fallon, 48. Parton, 77, was an uncredited producer on …

Sarah Michelle Gellar confirms Dolly Parton ‘Buffy’ rumour Read More »

Meta, Shell, Apple, Alphabet, Amazon, and More Stock Market Movers

Text size Meta Platforms, the parent company of Facebook, announced a new buyback plan of $40 billion. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Stock futures were mostly higher Thursday, adding to the previous session’s gains after the Federal Reserve boosted interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point and Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said the central bank’s …

Meta, Shell, Apple, Alphabet, Amazon, and More Stock Market Movers Read More »

M. Night Shyamalan on making smaller movies and Dave Bautista

Photo: Phobymo (Universal Pictures) Few directors are as idiosyncratic and successful as M. Night Shyamalan. Dusting off the “twist guy” expectations he received in the wake of 1999’s The Sixth SenseShyamalan has spent the last decade following his whims, taking risks, and challenging himself: he completed an unlikely superhero trilogy, dipped his toe in found …

M. Night Shyamalan on making smaller movies and Dave Bautista Read More »