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The Woman in Red is back! Supermodel and actress Kelly LeBrock, who rose to fame in the 80s in iconic films like The Woman In Red and Weird Science, has stayed out of the spotlight for nearly two decades, but the former model is now ready to return to Hollywood -- after she first opens up about her past and marriage to action movie star Steven Seagal in a forthcoming memoir, of course. "When I split with Steven [Seagal], the divorce was very ugly, and details of [...] »
In a new interview, Kelly LeBrock reveals that her bitter divorce from Steven Seagal left her too afraid to leave her house. Now, she’s emerged after spending years in hiding, as she prepares for a return to Hollywood. Good for her!
Kelly LeBrock’s divorce from Steven Seagal, 61, in 1994 was “very ugly,” which influenced the Woman In Red actress to leave Beverly Hills and go into hiding. After several years away from the spotlight, Kelly is preparing to make a return to Hollywood.
“I admit, I became a hermit,” Kelly, 53, tells Daily Mail. “When I split with Steven, the divorce was very ugly, and details of the case were on the evening news. I didn’t want my kids seeing it, so I simply got rid of the TV. I moved my kids out of La so they »
- Christopher Rogers
Gene Wilder is one of the few actors everyone can agree is hilarious and irreplaceable. What’s his best moment?
Gene Wilder is not just an extraordinary comic actor (and a fun dramatic one too, if you ever saw A&E’s whodunit Murder in a Small Town); he’s a singular presence who is an indelible part of our childhoods thanks to Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and a huge part of our appreciation of great comedy, thanks to The Producers, Blazing Saddles, and Young Frankenstein. His performances are both dry and heartfelt, and you can’t say that much about anyone else.
Today’s his 80th birthday, and I dare you to handle it. What’s your favorite Gene Wilder moment?
- Louis Virtel
Division was decimated with a skeleton crew left, the black box was for sale, and it was only a matter of how long before the President realized what was going on and gave the kill order. The situation for those left at Division was desperate until a surprising ally walked through the door to save the day.
In "High Value Target," Cyrus paid back Nikita for saving his life by providing the crucial intelligence they needed to prevent the black box from getting into enemy's hands and used for nefarious purposes. He picked the perfect time to pop in and save the day, well, until his life was put in danger once again.
Nikita season 3 has done an amazing job of using the past to inform and influence the present. While Amanda's mission at the beginning of the season was a little weak, it's grown into a nice driving force for the characters. »
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Adele is a mere two steps away from an Egot (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony) having already won multiple Grammys (plus another this year making her a nine-time Grammy winner) and she just added an Oscar to that list. Adele’s now Academy Award winning song, “Skyfall,” was a perfect match for the James Bond franchise – bold, memorable, and just a little sexy. Adele’s powerful and commanding vocals seemed like a natural match for the film – and clearly it was an award winning combination. But what happens now? Adele is not the first mainstream artist to cross over into film and walk away with that coveted little gold man. Back in 2002, Eminem stopped simply telling people his story and put his lyrics on screen with 8 Mile and walked away with the Best Original Song Oscar for “Lose Yourself.” 8 Mile was Eminem’s first foray into film and while he now reserves his acting for music videos, Eminem »
- Allison Loring
5 items from 2013
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