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You loved it on the small screen. Now, Strike Back is about to explode across cinema screens all over the world! Yes, Cinemax's hit action series is coming back, bigger and better than ever before. Left Bank Pictures is currently in development on a feature film that will continue the story of this cult hit.
The Strike Back movie is still in the early stages. London-based Lbp has struck a deal to develop the action-packed adventure alongside European pay TV giant Sky. And the hope is to have Philip Winchester and Sullivan Stapleton return to reprise their roles once the film is green lit. Producers are currently in talks with Cinemax to join as a partner, and to insure U.S. distribution. As of yet, no domestic deal has been struck.
Once everything falls into place, which is expected to happen soon, Strike Back will shoot in South America throughout »
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What is it about politics that lends itself so easily to sex scandals? Politicians are not, at first glance, any sexier than any other group of (mostly) middle-aged white dudes in interchangeable suits. Is it the money? The power? Are people extremely turned on by the complexities of jurisprudence or large, phallic buildings? Is there some misunderstanding about what “delaying tactics” actually mean?
Or does everyone just have some seriously pent up feelings about Josh from The West Wing that they need to work out of their systems? Whatever the reason, barely a month goes by without a “family man” being caught cheating on his wife or a “close personal colleague” turning out to be a little more than that.
- Brydie Lee Kennedy
Neil deGrasse Tyson has a slogan for his StarTalk TV show that he isn't allowed to use. "It's 'Learn something for a change,'" he says with a laugh. "Our marketing people think it's offensive. But I still think: 'Learn something for a change!'"
As an astrophysicist, author, lecturer, and director of the Hayden Planetarium in New York, Tyson has spent a career trying to turn the rest of the country into fellow science geeks. As America's go-go spaceman, he's hosted his StarTalk podcast, radio show and now TV series, »
The 90’s was a strange decade. At the same time that boy bands ruled the earth, Nirvana managed to make their mark on mainstream music. Bill Clinton ran the most powerful country in the world and surprisingly enough, Madonna was in her 30’s! Where has the time gone?
However, the 90’s remains one of the most interesting decades for movies. Even though Teen Rom Coms and Disney movies may have ruled the global box office, there were definitely a few gems that you may or may not have forgotten about.
The build up to the Millennium meant that there was always something going on and a certain buzz filled the air as the decade made a close. Movies like pulp fiction had dominated the cult scene and feature films like Titanic had smashed the box office records worldwide. With all of these huge titles making such a big impact »
- Emilia Brown
Hillary Clinton’s campaign is bringing out her secret weapon: her husband, Bill. The former president has been taking on a more active role in his wife’s campaign in recent days. On Wednesday, Bill Clinton fired off an email to his wife’s supporters asking them to contribute $1 or more to her campaign ahead of midnight Fec deadline for the quarter. “I haven’t written to you yet during this election, but today’s too important to stay on the sidelines,” he wrote in the email. Also Read: Bill Clinton to Appear on Stephen Colbert's 'Late Show' Bill Clinton »
- Itay Hod
Monica Lewinsky is infamous -- but, these days, she's finally gaining attention for something other than that blue dress. The former White House intern and Bill Clinton mistress has embraced her past in a big way, becoming the ambassador to anti-bullying organization Bystander Revolution. "Imagine that you've gone through this horrific, life-changing experience and you were traumatized and humiliated and all of a sudden you realized one day that you could actually help other people because you had survived it," she says in a new interview with "Good Morning America." "It would just be really hard to sit back and remain silent." Lewinsky, now 42, has already written posts for Vanity Fair and delivered speeches that garnered standing ovations. She definitely knows what's up. "Even though I have suffered from shame, I'm not ashamed of who I am," she adds -- while admitting she "usually uses another name" for things like »
- tooFab Staff
October is a big month for the Clintons! Not only is the first Democratic primary debate coming up, but Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton will be celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary, so the former president is going to have to figure out something special to mark the milestone with his wife. In an exclusive interview with E! News, Chelsea Clinton opened up about her parents' big day, which falls in the midst of several other big affairs. "[My dad] has very good taste, so I don't know what he's getting my mom," she confessed. But even if she did know she's keeping her lips locked so she doesn't spoil any surprises. "I wouldn't want to out him," she added, »
Bill Clinton will appear on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert next month. Clinton will stop by on Oct. 6, following the conclusion of the 11th Clinton Global Initiative, CBS announced Tuesday. Clinton is the latest addition to a growing list of politicians who have been guests on the show, including first lady Michelle Obama and presidential candidates Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders. Colbert and Clinton should have plenty to discuss with wife Hillary Clinton's current bid for the White House. Clinton will be joined by previously announced guests Billy Eichner and Florence and the Machine. Clinton was a frequent
- Ryan Parker
He might be the former president of the United States, but for baby Charlotte, Grandpa Bill Clinton will never be too busy to go trick-or-treating. During an exclusive interview with E! News, Chelsea Clinton revealed she and husband Marc Mezvinsky already have their first daughter's Halloween costume all picked out. "She's going to be a lady bug," the 35-year-old new mom told Maria Menounos. "Maybe my dad could be a gardener or something." We're already imagining the photos! Having just celebrated her first birthday, 1-year-old Charlotte is no stranger to Halloween attire. Bill Clinton told E! she dressed up on the holiday for the first time last year as an »
Zabryna Guevara is trading in one big city for another.
Set in 1970s New York City during the birth of hip-hop, punk and disco, the series centers on a ragtag crew of South Bronx teenagers who have no one to shelter them except each other. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Guevara will recur as the wife »
Extra points if you thought Stephen Colbert seemed flustered last night when his Late Show crowd snickered over a crack about Bill Clinton because Colbert was going to announce today he’d booked Clinton for his CBS program. Colbert, who is making political bookings his late-night beachhead, today said that the former Potus and spouse of Dem front-runner Hillary Clinton will guest on his Late Show on Tuesday, October 6. The visit will coincide with the conclusion of the… »
Bill Clinton will visit Stephen Colbert‘s “Late Show” on Tuesday, Oct. 6 following the conclusion of the former president’s 11th Clinton Global Initiative (CGI). The former Potus and potential inaugural First Gentleman will join previously announced guests Billy Eichner and musical act Florence and the Machine. Colbert has ben methodically carving out his niche in late-night by welcoming politicians, political personalities and presidential candidates from both sides of the aisle. The comedian’s “Late Show” has already featured appearances by Jeb Bush, Joe Biden, Michelle Obama, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. Also Read: Michelle Obama Reveals Post-White House Plans »
- Tony Maglio
When it comes to family time, Chelsea Clinton always makes it a priority. Whether it's supporting mom Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail or helping Former President Bill Clinton with the Clinton Initiative Project, Chelsea likes to keep her loved ones close. So it should come as no surprise that when the author and activist celebrated her daughter's first birthday over the weekend, it was family that was at the center of the fun. "It was great. We had lots of balloons," she told E! News exclusively. "[Charlotte] loves balloons, lots of bubbles and lots of books." Bill added, "The whole thing was a hoot. Oh my gosh, she is unbelievable." On Saturday »
Former President Bill Clinton says don’t expect him to join Hillary Clinton’s ticket if she becomes the Democratic presidential nominee. “My view is that, whether I could or not, I shouldn’t,” Clinton explained about the possibility of joining his wife as a vice presidential candidate. “The intent of the 22nd amendment is to prevent a third term, I think it would be wrong to knowingly put someone in the line of succession who couldn’t succeed, so then you’d have to flip over, and you would miss the opportunity, let’s say to have someone be vice president, »
- Linda Ge
Chicago – The former First Daughter of the USA was in Chicagoland recently. Chelsea Clinton was at Anderson’s Book Shop in Naperville, Ill., to promote her new book “It’s Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired and Get Going.” While mother Hillary Clinton is on the presidential campaign trail, and father former President Bill Clinton runs his foundation, Chelsea is targeting 10 to 14-year-old readers for her book to make positive impacts locally and around the globe.
Chelsea Clinton at Anderson’s Bookshop, Naperville, Ill., on September 16th, 2015
Photo credit: Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.com
Chelsea Clinton’s Book is Available Now
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Ms. Clinton is now amazingly in her mid-thirties, born in Little Rock, Arkansas, during her father’s first term as governor. She followed her parents to the White House in 1992 at the age of 12, and grew up through her father’s eight year term in office. »
- email@example.com (Adam Fendelman)
There are few families that have been in the spotlight over the past two decades as much as the Clintons. With Hillary Clinton's presidential run and the ongoing efforts of the Clinton Global Initiative, that focus is only going to intensify in 2016. On the day of the 10th anniversary of CGI, E! News' Maria Menounos sat down with Bill Clinton and Chelsea Clinton to discuss everything from Donald Trump to Chelsea's daughter and their lives out of the spotlight. The former president and Hillary are now a powerful political tag team, but there was a chance that the Clintons might never have existed. Bill reveals to E! News that he once told his now-wife not to marry him because he believed she had incredible »
President Clinton isn’t buying into the scandal swirling around his wife’s use of personal emails during her time as Secretary of State. In an interview with CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, the 42nd President of the United States said the controversy is merely “catnip” that the Republican Party is tossing at his wife in order to distract voters from the real issues like student loan debt, income inequality, mental health care and more. “I actually am amazed she’s borne up under it as well as she has; I’ve never seen so much expended on so little,” Clinton said. »
- Jordan Chariton
Lena Dunham was thrilled to have Hillary Clinton interview for her new digital newsletter Lenny (launching Sept. 29), and while they talked about major topics like feminism and the upcoming presidential election, the Girls actress couldn't help but address one personal topic with the candidate: her marriage to Bill Clinton. "You are a woman with so many accomplishments and so many interests and you were uniting with someone who was clearly heading toward the public eye in such a specific way," Dunham begins. "Did you have anxiety about that—about the concept of losing your own identity in the process of joining forces with someone who clearly had political ambitions?" Hillary admits without »
Perk of being the self-elected President in a post-apocalyptic USA where the majority of the population has died and the country is essentially abandoned? Free reign over the White House, as you can see in E! News' exclusive sneak peek at the season two premiere of The Last Man on Earth. Phil (Will Forte) and his wife, Carol (Kristen Schaal), who were banished from Tucson at the end of season one once the gang of survivors who found themselves in the Arizona city realized that the self-proclaimed leader of the free world was kind of a d-bag, find themselves in Washington, DC in the season two premiere. In the clip, the couple, guided by the watchful eye of a portrait of Bill Clinton, get congressional with their »
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