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There was a time when seeing the involvement of either John Cusack or Robert De Niro would lend a hefty amount of prestige to any project, so the idea of both men appearing in the same film, circa the mid-1990s, perhaps, would portend a particularly exciting picture indeed. Sadly, we’re a long way from the mid-1990s, yet the new film The Bag Man, which stars both Cusack and De Niro, does inspire a moderate level of intrigue regarding these A-Listers. Specifically, it’s almost impossible to not wonder why, exactly, either man signed onto this middling, claustrophobically minded project. Even now, even after both of these generational icons have starred in a number of would-be direct-to-dvd cheapies, you have to wonder if they need the money this badly.
To its credit, The Bag Man »
- Josh Spiegel
Among the many delights of "True Detective," which concludes its first season on Sunday night, has been the show's creepy, evocative opening credits sequence, which juxtaposes mundane imagery with the sort of dark symbols of sex and violence that Rust Cohle and Marty Hart deal with every day. That title sequence continues a long tradition at HBO going all the way back to "Oz" (which had the show's creator Tom Fontana getting tattooed with the show's logo, interspersed with jarring prison imagery), "Sex and the City" (Carrie Bradshaw's fairy princess moment is ruined by a passing bus), "The Sopranos" (Tony takes the long, geographically illogical drive from Manhattan to his suburban Jersey home) and "Six Feet Under" (haunting images of our fragile mortality). Not every HBO show has been great, but you can usually count on them to have a notable opening; "How to Make It In America" was about »
- Alan Sepinwall
Candace Cameron Bure is about to be back in the spotlight on "Dancing with the Stars," and the actress is taking steps to ensure that her higher profile doesn't lead to toxic online behavior among her fans. The "Full House" actress recently blogged about her frustration with the conversation on her Facebook page, which she personally manages. In the post, Bure explains that while she typically enjoys the interaction among her fans, debate has increasingly veered toward hostility, especially when it comes to her Christianity. »
- Daniel Jacobson
Is that the ring?Mary-Kate Olsen has yet to confirm the rumors that she's engaged to beau Olivier Sarkozy, but she stepped out with a large diamond ring on her left hand Wednesday, as she headed to Louis Vuitton's show at Paris Fashion Week.The 27-year old looked chic and sophisticated on the streets of Paris, rocking a black textured coat, black pants, a crisp white button down -- and, of course, her giant sparkler!Whether it's an engagement ring or just a dazzling piece of costume jewelry, the tiny twin certainly knows how to wear her bling and has been seen wearing it on more than one occasion. The former "Full House" star and the French banker first went public in 2012.This would be the first marriage for the blonde beauty and the second trip down the aisle for Sarkozy. Olivier was previously married to Charlotte Bernard, with whom »
- tooFab Staff
The eighteenth season of Dancing with the Stars premieres later this month with no shortage of big-name contestants. Among the top billed stars will be Nene Leakes, Drew Carey, Billy Dee Williams The Wonder Years’ Danica McKellar, Australian pop star Cody Simpson, and Full House's Candace Cameron Bure. However, there will be some noticeable changes this season to pull in a younger audience. Rumor is that's the main reason former host Brooke Burke-Charvet has been replaced with Erin Andrews.
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Teresa and Joe Giudice of Real Housewives of New Jersey pled guilty to fraud charges on Tuesday in Newark Federal Court. The couple had originally pled not guilty after being indicted last summer for allegedly obtaining over five million dollars in bank loans due to falsified paperwork and fraudulent claims. Joe could be facing a maximum sentence of 46 months »
- Megan Rivera
It’s been two decades since Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction crashed the zeitgeist and sent screenwriters everywhere rushing to their keyboards to create quirky criminals with the gift of gab. The best ones (In Bruges, Suicide Kings, Go) quickly form their own identity, but far too many seem content trying to mash together dark comedy and sharp violence and then calling it a day. Barely a month goes by without some new Tarantino-esque crime thriller hitting screens, and while it’s slowed down a bit recently the flow hasn’t stopped. Exhibit C for 2014… The Bag Man. Jack (John Cusack) is hired by a crime boss named Dragna (Robert De Niro) to acquire a particular bag and then wait at a motel for pick-up and payoff. The most important part of the task? Do not, under any circumstances, look in the bag. Jack struggles to resist the urge, but the waiting game is complicated by a »
- Rob Hunter
New Dancing With The Stars season 18 celebrity cast & pro partners revealed today. Earlier today, on Good Morning America, ABC revealed the all new, celebrity cast for its upcoming "Dancing With The Stars" season 18. One interesting fact is that pro dancer, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, will be returning after quitting the show back in 2012 to pursue other opportunities. I guess that didn't work out too well for him,lol!! Anyways, without any further ado, your new Dancing with the Stars season 18 cast is: The former "Full House" actress ,Candace Cameron Bure, will be paired with pro dancer Mark Ballas. "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star, NeNe Leakes, will be paired with Tony Dovolani. Former "The Wonder Years" star, Danica McKellar, will be partnered with Valentin Chmerkovskiy. World record breaking swimer, Diana Nyad, will be partnered with Henry Byalikov. Superstar comedian and current "The Price Is Right" host, Drew Carey, will be partnered with Cheryl Burke. »
Can Lando Calrissian dance? That is one of the many questions that will be answered on the upcoming season of ABC's "Dancing With the Stars." The long-running competition show has released the lineup of celebrity hoofers. In addition to Lando himself Billy Dee Williams, "DWTS" will feature Drew Carey, two Olympic gold medalists, a swimming legend and a "Full House" cast member. The new season will feature a new twist called "The Switch Up," in which viewers can vote to swap celebrities and professional dance pairings. Each coupe will be required to swap partners at sometime during the season. "Dancing with the Stars" hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews announced the lineup today on "Good Morning America." The two-hour season premiere airs Monday, March 17 at 8:00 p.m. Et on ABC. Here's the full list of celebrity contestants: - Ex-pro hockey player Sean Avery, who will be paired with Karina Smirnoff »
- Dave Lewis
If you’ve ever wondered who would win a dance contest between Winnie Cooper and Lando Calrissian, you’re about to find out: Danica McKellar and Billy Dee Williams are among the new contestants on “Dancing With the Stars,” along with Olympic ice dance duo Meryl Davis and Charlie White, Drew Carey, and swimmer Diana Nyad. Former “Full House” actress Candace Cameron Bure, “Real Housewives” reality star NeNe Leakes, Australian pop singer Cody Simpson, and “Big Time Rush” actor-singer James Maslow are also competing. Double-amputee snowboarding champ Amy Purdy, who lost both of her legs as a teenager but still became a. »
- Tim Molloy
It's the sequin-filled battle of the '90 sitcom stars! Early Tuesday morning, ABC revealed the newest cast members who have joined Dancing with the Stars for the highly-anticipated 18th season. And in a matter of minutes, Full House's Candace Cameron Bure and The Wonder Year's Danica McKellar have already been crowned as the fan-favorite contestants. Although we're excited to see stars such as Drew Carey, Cody Simpson and NeNe Leakes, moving and grooving later this month, we're absolutely giddy at the thought of seeing two of our favorite childhood actresses underneath the ballroom's bright lights. Hopefully their quest for the mirror ball trophy will help us answer the question that keeps »
var brightcovevideoid = '3291597619001'; From former child stars to young musicians, the 18th season of Dancing with the Stars is filled with an eclectic mix of competitors. But the most interesting may be the casting of Meryl Davis and Charlie White. Davis, 27, and White, 26, ruled the rink at last month's Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, winning the gold medal in ice dancing. Now they'll battle in the ballroom - but against each other for the mirror ball trophy. White will dance with Sharna Burgess, while Davis will shimmy with Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Valentin's brother, who is back after taking last season off. »
- Dahvi Shira
Now that's a rock! After Us Weekly exclusively revealed she's engaged, Mary-Kate Olsen showed off her huge new engagement ring from Olivier Sarkozy during an outing in New York City on Monday, March 3. See more pictures of her big bling. The 27-year-old Full House alum flashed photographers a thick gold ring with a large center diamond. The bride-to-be, who hid her face behind her scarf, was joined by twin sister Ashley during her stroll in the Big Apple. On Feb. 28, sources confirmed exclusively to Us that [...] »
Dancing With the Stars has announced its star-studded cast for its 18th season, which will include former child stars, Olympic gold medalists, reality TV personalities and a few singers.
Candace Cameron Bure, who played DJ Danner on Full House and Wonder Years actress Danica McKellar have joined the lineup. Cameron Bure will dance with Mark Ballas, while McKellar has been matched with Val Chmerkovskiy.
The Price is Right host Drew Carey will tear up the dance floor with Cheryl Burke. NeNe Leakes, who parlayed her Real Housewives of Atlanta gig into a few TV roles, has been partnered with Tony Dovolani.
Singers Cody Simpson and James Maslow of Big Time Rush will be compeiting for the Mirror Ball trophy this year. Simpson will be dancing with Witney Carson, while Maslow will dance with Peta Murgatroyd. Singer and actor Billy Dee Williams will compete alongside Emma Slater. »
ABC announced the new cast of "Dancing With the Stars" Tuesday morning on "Gma" -- but we got a sneak peek at the list!And with some classic TV and film stars, a couple familiar faces from reality TV, two pop stars and at least one pair of Olympians, it's definitely an interesting bunch.There's also a new twist: everybody will switch partners with America voting on the new pairings!Here are the competitors and their pro partners:- Danica McKellar, Winnie Cooper from "The Wonder Years" & Valentin Chmerkovskiy- Candace Cameron-Bure, DJ Tanner from "Full House," & Mark Ballas- Billy Dee Williams, Lando Calrissian from "Star Wars," & Emma Slater - Sean Avery, Former NHL player and Vogue intern, & Karina Smirnoff- James Maslow, Big Time Rush hunk, & Peta Murgatroyd- Cody Simpson, Pop singer, & Witney Cason- Diana Nyad, Long-distance swimmer, & Henry Byalikov- Charlie White, Olympic gold medalist for ice dancing, »
- tooFab Staff
Dancing With the Stars unveiled the 12 new couples to compete on the series when it returns for its 18th season this month. Appearing on Good Morning America, one of the biggest names was returning pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy. The fan favorite is back, starting with the March 17 premiere, after a two-season absence. Among the celebrity additions is the usual mix of sports stars (Olympic figure skaters Charlie White and Meryl Davis, NHL alum Sean Avery), TV veterans (The Wonder Years' Danica McKellar, Full House's Candace Cameron Bure and The Price is Right host Drew Carey) and tween-friendly
- Michael O'Connell
Earlier today, Vine superstar Marcus Johns helped us out on the red carpet interviewing nominees and posting pictures and videos for his thousands of followers. If you missed any of them, you can go to the Fandango Instagram and Marcus Johns' Instagram to check out the complete coverage. Or watch our highlight video below, plus a few more pics and video. Enjoy! Here, Marcus meets our chief correspondent and Oscars guru Dave Karger. Our man poses on the red carpet. Marcus asks Kristen Bell if she wants to build a snowman. Here's a selfie with a special guest in the background. Selfie with Uncle Jesse from Full House (John Stamos)
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Sarkozy, the 44-year-old half-brother of former French president Nicolas Sarkozy, is a banker. The couple, who reside in New York City, share a townhouse. According to a source, Olsen has helped Sarkozy to become a better father to his two children from a previous marriage, adding, "She remembers all the kids' special events."
This is the first marriage for Olsen. If all is right in the world, the wedding will make for a sizable "Full House" reunion. »
There may be wedding bells in Mary-Kate Olsen's future.
According to Us Weekly, the actress-turned-fashion mogul is engaged to French banker Olivier Sarkozy.
Olivier, half-brother of former French president Nicolas Sarkozy, is 44. Mary-Kate is 27.
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The pair made their first appearance as a couple in 2012, and currently live together in New York City.
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"House of Cards" and "The Walking Dead." One is a high-stakes, life-or-death roller coaster populated by flesh-hungry fiends. The other has zombies. What happens when Netflix's political drama gets a zombie-fied opening sequence? An awesome video, that's what.
District 7 Media has flexed its creative muscles to give "Cards" a "Walking Dead" intro. Creator Drew Geraci writes on Vimeo, "We combined the theme of 'The Walking Dead' and incorporated as many elements from 'House of Cards' that we could. Since the original Hoc intro is nearly 90 seconds long and Twd intro is only 35 seconds it was quite the challenge fitting in all of the credits and choosing the best scenes that represent the darker side of the show."
We think they did a masterful job. For their next trick, we'd like to request "Walking Dead" goes "Full House," to complete the circle. »
Mary-Kate Olsen gets engaged.
Mary-Kate Olsen reportedly is engaged to marry her boyfriend, French banker Olivier Sarkozy.
Sources confirmed Friday to Us Weekly that the 27-year-old former Full House star plans to wed the 44-year-old Sarkozy, the half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy. The couple has been dating for nearly two years.
It will be Olsen's first marriage, and Sarkozy's second. »
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