5 items from 2014
“Game of Thrones” churns through new characters every season, a byproduct of its bloody nature. “My reputation for killing is exaggerated,” author George R.R. Martin said during the show's panel Friday, arguing that showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are far bloodier. “I may only be the second ranked murderer on the panel.” Also read: ‘Game of Thrones’ Star Sophie Turner Faces Herself in Creepy ‘Another Me’ Trailer (Video) The show will welcome nine new characters for season five: Alexander Siddig as Doran Martell, the ruling lord of Dorne and brother to Prince Oberyn Martell, who was killed at the end of season four. »
- Lucas Shaw
Andrew Garfield's debut hosting Saturday Night Live was full of the expected references to his freshly-opened blockbuster, The Amazing Spiderman 2, including a few cameos from costar Emma Stone. But one of the funniest sketches played off the affable Brit's unlikely action-hero status with a trailer for "The Beygency," a thriller where Garfield finds himself on the run from shadowy forces after admitting that he doesn't especially like Beyonce's song "Drunk in Love." "He turned against his country, and its Queen," the voiceover intones. 24's Kiefer Sutherland puts »
A 16-year-old girl stands before an Iranian judge, pleading for a divorce from her 38-year-old husband. The judge and the husband swat away her arguments: She's too young to be married! "A girl can reach puberty at nine, and then she can be married," declaims the judge. Her future has been ruined — she must go back to school! "Mine too," the husband says. "My reputation has been damaged!"
The husband will not consent to a divorce. Iranian law says that he must if one is to be granted, except in cases where the husband is proven insane, unfaithful, or abusive, and, often, not even then. So, the young woman does what she must. She files a complaint accusing him of causing her "bruises and bodily harm," and tells the judge that witnesses will attest he once tried to set he »
As a child of the 1980s, I was practically raised on Nightmare on Elm Street movies. I saw my first one, Dream Master, at age eight, when my friend’s parents weren’t home. I was hooked. Nancy Thompson was the epitome of the strong, smart teenager, a character which was not portrayed often enough in films (and still isn’t), so it was no surprise that I looked up to Nancy and the actress who portrayed her, Heather Langenkamp. What did surprise me was hearing how she never felt like she was “famous!”
It was my honor to chat with Heather about the epic, four-hour documentary Never Sleep Again, which explores every single entry into the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise. In addition to starring in the documentary and doing the voice over, Heather was an executive producer on the project. We spoke about gathering players from the Nightmare universe to participate, »
- Alyse Wax
Speaking to Digital Spy and other members of the press, Evander discussed his feelings about the eviction process being taken out of the public's hands.
He said: "I wasn't happy about that. But for whatever reason that it changed, it did."
The former boxer said that when he found out Lee and Casey would be choosing, he knew there was a chance he'd be leaving.
"Everybody knew coming in here who is the most popular person. And when you talk about 'popular person', you're talking about what a person has already done.
"I had been the champion five times. I already did it already. My reputation's already there as to what type of person I »
5 items from 2014
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