4 items from 2009
Katie Kent is back. And she is on trial.
That, of course, is Violet's insane baby-snatcher and C-section performer from the Season 2 finale of Private Practice. And Violet, of course, cannot bring herself to testify.
She's not ready to relive it, but then Katie herself asks Violet to testify (she thinks this will prove she is crazy and get her the help she needs, rather than a prison term).
Violet plunges into a crisis of conscience. Who will testify at the trial, if she does so at all - Violet the victim or Dr. Turner the medical expert? Whose opinion should count?
This is the theme of last night's "Strange Bedfellows."
This was inevitable and a bit too drawn out, but what was more compelling was the affect on Pete as well. He wants Katie to be sent away and do time for what she did.
It's not happening. Violet tells the court that, »
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Ian Somerhalder, star of the CW's "The Vampire Diaries," has signed to topline the romantic gothic fairy tale "Cradlewood." Hand Picked Films and Instinct Entertainment are behind the indie being directed by Harry Weinmann.
The movie centers on an Australian woman living in Boston with the heir (Somerhalder) to an incredible fortune whose family history is swirled in a legend that tells of a pact made with a demon which ensures that whenever a boy is born into the family, the father is killed.
The heir suspects his girlfriend is pregnant, and after strange events occur, he comes to believe he will die if he continues to fall in love.
- By Borys Kit
Our first black president could be followed by our first gay president -- that's the provocative, and highly debatable, assertion in Kirby Dick's political outing documentary "Outrage."
Even if you buy Dick's claim that Florida Gov. Charlie Crist -- whose sexuality has been the subject of pointed speculation for years -- is one of the leading Gop candidates, there's the questionable "evidence" Dick presents to claim Crist is a closeted gay.
Two anonymous sources assert Crist -- a longtime bachelor who has repeatedly denied he's gay and who married for the second time last year -- hooked »
- By LOU LUMENICK
File this one under Strange Bedfellows. Rick Rubin, who was named producer of the year at Sunday's Grammy Awards, is best known for founding Def Jam Records and his work with acts like the Beastie Boys, Slayer, Metallica and Red Hot Chili Peppers. For his next project, he's producing...wait for it... Josh Groban. Yes, that Josh Groban, the classical crossover singer/songwriter, David Foster protégé, the "Noel" guy. Hitfix talked with Groban about the admittedly odd pairing earlier this week. "Rick and I met, we really clicked. I just respect him so much, I'm really thrilled to do a project with him," »
4 items from 2009
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