5 items from 2017
Alright, so according to a new report from Soaps.com,we're about to see Bill plot out a new, big scandal. If this scandal works, it could definitely put him back in the driver's seat at Spencer Publications. This is why Bill is going to needs some very specialized help to pull it off. That's where this new guy Ken will come into play. It's being reported by both Soaps.com and TVinsider.com that Bill is going to hire a tech wiz guy named Ken to hack into the Spencer Publications computer files in an effort to retrieve the incriminating recording that Liam has of Bill confessing to setting the Spectra building on fire. Obviously, if Bill can get his hands on it, Liam would have nothing to continue blackmailing Bill with. That would set the stage for Bill to return and take back his company. The big question »
- Andre Braddox
Damon Wayans, Jr. kicked off the Fourth of July with some fireworks of his own.
The 34-year-old comedian and former New Girl star made a joke about race on Twitter Tuesday that appeared to inspire the ire of many of his followers, who criticized him for allegedly lacking of patriotism (among other things).
“Happy white people proud of their racist ancestors day,” Wayans wrote in a tweet that has received more than 1,600 comments.
Happy white people proud of their racist ancestors day
— Damon Wayans Yunior? (@wayansjr) July 4, 2017
“When I think of all the men and women who have died for our independence, »
- Dave Quinn
[[tmz:video id="0_3abat4en"]] Damon Wayans has fond memories of Charlie Murphy -- none of which were more moving than the time they kissed on the neck. We got the 3rd eldest Wayans sibling Wednesday at Catch and asked for his favorite Charlie moment before his tragic passing this week. Damon doesn't skip a beat. Sounds like they were running through lines for Eddie Murphy's "Vampire in Brooklyn" -- you know, 'cause of the neck "kiss" -- but »
- TMZ Staff
The season finale of Lethal Weapon is upon us.
In anticipation of tonight's farewell, we had the opportunity to talk with Matt Miller, the creative genius responsible for bringing this amazing show to our television screens.
In addition to being the creator. writer, and executive producer of Lethal Weapon, Miller is the co-creator of the new comedy series Trial & Error which can be seen on NBC.
He discussed his favorite aspects of Lethal Weapon, what surprises are in store for tonight's season finale and what we can expect in season two...
Why did you want to bring Lethal Weapon to the small screen and what was the greatest challenge you faced?
Matt Miller: The reason I wanted to bring it to the small screen - look, I loved the movies »
- Lisa Babick
Lethal Weapon is going to be a lot of fun tonight as the show brings a favorite character from the films to the small screen.
Yep. It's time for Riggs and Murtaugh to meet Leo Getz.
But don't expect to see a copycat. Lennon will be bringing a fresh take Getz, and if you've seen any of his previous work, you know it's going to be hilarious.
- Lisa Babick
5 items from 2017
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