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Hugh Hefner isn't the only ex Holly Madison is speaking out against! While a good portion of her new tell-all, "Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny," is all about her volatile relationship with the Playboy head honcho, she also devotes a few chapters to her troubled history with magician Criss Angel. In the book, Holly says she met the Las Vegas magician while she was still living in the mansion -- but insists the two only flirted, saying nothing happened between them until after she split from Hef. Holly Reveals Why She Fell Out with Kendra Wilkinson "When I announced to him that I as leaving Hef and the mansion, Criss opened up his world to me without even a moment's hesitation," she writes. "He pleaded with me to move in with him by Halloween during one of my trips to Las Vegas. »
- tooFab Staff
Some good news for Jarret Stoll. The L.A. Kings star's felony charge has been dismissed, E! News confirms, about two months after Erin Andrew's boyfriend was arrested in Las Vegas on suspicion of possession of cocaine and Ecstasy. The athlete stuck a plea deal following the felony cocaine possession charge he received on Monday in connection with his April arrest at the MGM Grand's Wet Republic pool club in Sin City. He was facing a possible four-year prison sentence if convicted. E! News has learned Stoll pled guilty two misdemeanors, trespass & Provoke Commission of Breach of Peace, and he must perform 32 hours of community service, which will be done at »
“The Walking Dead” shippers might still be lamenting the fact that Daryl Dixon and Beth may never be a thing — on-screen or off — but Norman Reedus’s fans will get to watch him roll the dice on romance with another beautiful blonde co-star very soon. Only, instead of donning his signature shoulder-slung crossbow, he’ll be rocking a cowboy hat. And rather than riding through the corpse-laden streets of the rural south on a motorcycle, he’ll be traipsing through the very much alive Sin City under some blazing neon lights. Also, from the looks of this first-glimpse image Reedus and Diane Kruger shared of their forthcoming drama pic together on Wednesday (June 24), he’ll be ditching all the death stares and silent solemness for s »
The woman who twerked with Klay Thompson in Vegas this weekend was involved in an airplane crash landing on her way back to Texas -- and moments after Klay found out, he reached out to see if she was okay. The woman in the pool is Yara F. -- who spent the entire weekend partying with Klay and the Golden State Warriors during their victory celebration in Sin City. After the weekend was over, Yara »
- TMZ Staff
When it comes to partying, no one can do it quite like the #RichKids. Dorothy Wang and Morgan Stewart are taking Sin City in the most fab way possible when they're asked to judge a hot body contest at the Flamingo Las Vegas. Before hitting celeb hot spot Chateau at Paris Las Vegas, the Bff duo dish on their top rules for hitting the Strip, "make sure your hair and makeup is on point." "Your shoes have to be comfortable because it's always a long walk away," Dorothy shares. Girl, we're with you on that one! Just before heading into the club, Wang and Stewart meet up with contest winner, Chris--aka Cowboy! "It was actually pretty fun to hang out with Chris," Morgan »
Peter Joseph’s highly anticipated new film series inches towards its 2016 release.
By Alex Simon
In a time of great social strife and growing inequality and public outcry, it’s no wonder Peter Joseph's work has gained more and more prominence in the counter-culture each year. Love him or hate him, Joseph continues to challenge the “zeitgeist”, leading the charge towards a new society. Art is his weapon… and the thousands of dedicated fans don’t hurt either.
Peter Joseph is a producer who created the Zeitgeist Film Trilogy, a series of films critical of society and culture. These works exploded online starting in 2007 with millions of views and can now be found in major media outlets such as Netflix. His third film, Zeitgeist: Moving Forward, had the largest grassroots, non-profit theatrical release in history, with almost 350 screenings in 60 countries in 25 languages. While I may not agree with everything in his films, »
- The Hollywood Interview.com
Lamar Odom seems to be doing Ok. The former Los Angeles Laker player has been dealing with the devastating loss of his longtime friend Jamie Sangouthai, who passed away less than a week ago. But Odom has resurfaced since the tragic news and seemed to be in good spirits while in Las Vegas today. Lamar jetted to Sin City to support Adrian Broner as the boxer weighed in for his big fight against Shawn Porter tomorrow night. Various pictures of the athlete posted on social media show Odom smiling and interacting with fans while strolling through the MGM Hotel and Casino. The Los Angeles County Coroner confirmed to E! News yesterday that Sangouthai did not pass away as a result of a drug overdose, despite »
All that glitters may not be gold, but whatever it is, it’s sure to be found somewhere in “Any Body Can Dance 2,” the insanely exuberant sequel to 2013’s Bollywood/hip-hop 3D dance extravaganza that handily trumps that film’s quotient of day-glo colors, tsunamis of sweat/feathers/confetti/sequins, and acrobatic footwork that scoffs at gravity the way a pubescent teen does at an overprotective parent. There’s nothing new under the stage lights here, in a competition/redemption narrative that seems to have been spat out by a screenplay bot after being fed copies of “Step Up,” “Magic Mike” and “Stand and Deliver”; but especially during its first half, the movie’s onscreen gyrations will brook no dissent. Few sequels are so keenly aware of exactly who their target audience is and what they want, which should ensure that this Disney/Utv Studios production shatters its predecessor’s $7 million worldwide gross. »
- Scott Foundas
Claire Temple didn't play a huge role in season one of Daredevil, but she still proved to be very popular and definitely seemed to resonate with fans. When MTV caught up with Rosario Dawson (Sin City, Top Five) at E3 this week they asked her why she thinks that is, and what we can expect to see from Miss Temple in the future. “She’s funny, she’s wry, she’s strong — she’s built for that world, because she’s great under pressure," Dawson said of her character. "She’s someone — hero or not — you’d want to have in a dire situation… I really just liked her arc all the way through." Matt Murdock gave Claire a good look at the dark underside of Hell's Kitchen, but also showed her that it's possible to fight back. Is there a chance that Claire could evolve more towards the "Night Nurse »
From Zoolander 2 to 23 Jump Street, with 100s in-between. Here's our rundown of the assorted movie sequels in the works...
Think Hollywood is bereft of original ideas? You just might after this. Here's our look at the assorted movie sequels currently in the works. Since we last did a list like this, we've dropped films that seem to have died a death - Wanted 2, Spring Breakers 2 - but we'll keep this rundown up to date over the coming month.
Without further ado...
23 Jump Street
Sony is pressing ahead with a third Jump Street movie, as well as a possible Jump Street vs Men In Black film, and a female-headlined spin-off. For 23 Jump Street specifically, Rodney Rothman is back and working on the script (he wrote the second one). It's unclear yet if Chris Miller and Phil Lord can find breathing space in their schedule to direct. Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill are both expected back, »
Hollywood may be stricken with crippling sequelitis, but at least it is finally working out how to make sure its big beasts roar
It was not so long ago that Hollywood observers were talking about a creative crisis in the Us film industry, with 2014’s North American box office total having plunged to 2009 levels amid an ever-increasing proliferation of sequels, remakes, reboots and adaptations of pre-existing novels, comic books and video games. If the hope was that studios might finally wake up to the idea that filmgoers do not want to see endless Robocop, Sin City and Jack Ryan movies (new iterations of which were all among last year’s notable Hollywood bombs) then the sight of Jurassic World careering to a T-Rex sized $511m total this weekend may be cause for reflection.
Box office boosting word of mouth buzz may be limited in the long run by the movie »
- Ben Child
Move over Saved By the Bell, it's time for wedding bells! Lark Voorhies, who fans came to know and love as Lisa Turtle on the popular '90s show, tied the knot with her longtime beau Jimmy Green. The actress began dating the music engineer over a year ago after they met on Facebook. E! News can confirm that the newlyweds actually tied the knot back in late April in Las Vegas, but according to TMZ, these two aren't done with their nuptials just yet. Green told the site that the duo had a commitment ceremony on April 1—not an April Fool's Day joke!—and then at a Sin City chapel with a marriage license on April 30. But wait—there's more! The newly minted »
It was with genuine trepidation that I approached Joseph Gordon-Levitt to tell him that Season 2 of Pivot's "HitRECord on TV" is a much more polished entity than the first. With its anything-goes crowd-sourced ethos, "HitRECord on TV" has always seemed to thrive on its rough-around-the-edges and lunatics-running-the-asylum aesthetic, so there was at least a chance that Gordon-Levitt might recoil from the notion. "Oh as such a compliment, man!" Gordon-Levitt laughed. Naturally, the "Brick" and "The Walk" star credits the improvement of polish to "more community involvement" and getting better at "the process of mass and open collaboration." Indeed, the second season, which premieres on Friday (June 12) night on Pivot finds the show selecting from as many as 18,000 community submissions on topics ranging from The No.2 to Darkness. It also helps when you have Gordon-Levitt playing Mc, lead storyteller and repertory player and bring in celebrity buddies including Anne Hathaway and »
- Daniel Fienberg
Dark Horse Comics has spawned cult favorite comics-to-film properties like “Hellboy,” “Sin City,” early Jim Carrey vehicle “The Mask,” “Timecop,” “Mystery Men,” “American Splendor” and more under the production arm of the company, Dark Horse Entertainment, led by company founder Mike Richardson. The company, along with Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow, is producing live-action version of “Tarzan” starring Alexander Skarsgård, Samuel L. Jackson, Margot Robbie, Christoph Waltz, Djimon Hounsou and John Hurt. The movie is slated for a July 2016 release. And on TV, Dark Horse’s “Dark Matter” premieres on Friday on the Syfy Channel. The series follows a group »
- Joe Otterson
The initial Edc Las Vegas lineup was revealed not too long ago, but already Insomniac is dropping more names on us. Earlier today, Pasquale Rotella revealed that there would be several more artists headed to Vegas in two weeks’ time and released a photo showing us who those new additions are.
Among the recently announced artists are Ummet Ozcan, Gaia, Wiwek and Baumer. Admittedly, none of the added names particularly jump out at us, but they still help round out what’s shaping up to be another exciting outing from Insomniac.
Check out the most current Edc Las Vegas lineup below and let us know if we’ll be seeing you in Sin City.
- Matt Joseph
A feature-length version is to be produced of “Black Angel,” a short film that George Lucas commissioned to accompany screenings of “Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back” in 1980. Among the cast of the new pic are John Rhys-Davies, who played the dwarf Gimli in the “Lord of the Rings” franchise, and Dutch thesp Rutger Hauer, who starred in “Blade Runner,” “Batman Begins” and “Sin City.”
“Black Angel: The Feature Film” has partnered with crowdfunding platform Indiegogo to launch a 45-day campaign, which goes live from today. The film will be shot in “an earthy and authentic style combining high adventure with high drama hot on the heels of fantasy icons ‘Lord of the Rings’ and ‘The Hunger Games,’” according to promotional material accompanying the campaign. Production is slated for September, with filming locations to include Hungary, Belgium, Morocco and Scotland. Carnaby Intl. will handle worldwide sales.
The film will »
- Leo Barraclough
The good, the bad and ... Khloe Kardashian's big booty! From the high-fashion events to the stylish streets, Hollywood's hottest starlets stepped out this week in their favorite couture creations. While some leading ladies dazzled in their designer duds -- we're looking at you, Amal Clooney and Diane Krugar -- other celebs, including Kesha and Melissa McCarthy, earned failing fashion grades for their wardrobe faux pas. Khloe took over Sin City in a super-sexy Self Portrait dress with sheer cutouts that put her bangin' body on full display; however, older sis Kourtney missed the mark in a bedazzled mini and crazy makeup. Check out the clip above to see who toofab's Candice Brock and Anna Kachikyan and "Rich Kids of Beverly Hills" star Taylor-Ann Hasselhoff picked for the best and worst dressed stars, and take a closer look at the week's bad fashion below! Read more »
- tooFab Staff
Last August, an animated short film from Bron Studios premiered at the computer graphics conference Siggraph, and caught the attention of Gary Sanchez Productions heads Adam McKay, Will Ferrell, and Chris Henchy. The short, titled Henchmen: Ill Suited, told the tale of a dreamy janitor working in a supervillain museum who winds up inside of a dangerous super suit. Not much has been heard of it since Siggraph, but now we’ve received word that a feature film adaptation is officially moving forward and already has a talented group of actors all set to lend their voices.
Several of the actors already have a history of comic book-inspired properties, like X-Men alum James Marsden, Daredevil and Sin City actress Rosario Dawson, Spider-Man 2‘s Alfred Molina and Nathan Fillion, who’s voiced Hal Jordan/Green Lantern in several animated DC films. Joining them are Silicon Valley‘s Thomas Middleditch, »
- James Garcia
To celebrate the release of dark comedy thriller Stretch out now on Digital Download and released on Blu-ray and DVD on 1st June, we are giving 3 lucky winners the chance to get their hands on a copy of the Blu-ray™!
Boasting an all-star cast including Patrick Wilson (The Conjuring, Watchmen), Ed Helms (The Hangover, We’re The Millers), Jessica Alba (Sin City, Fantastic Four) and James Badge Dale (World War Z, Iron Man 3), Director Joe Carnahan (Smokin’ Aces, The A Team) takes you into the world of Kevin Stretch (Patrick Wilson), a Hollywood limo driver with a dark past in need of quick cash to pay back his debts to a notorious gangster. Stretch takes a job with a billionaire in the hope of a big payday but his client’s eccentricities soon escalate into a wild night of adventure, sex, and danger, which begin to make the idea »
- The Hollywood News
Jessica Alba is known for more than just her sexy movie roles—the actress is a "self-made woman" worth up to $200 million, who helped form what is now a $1 billion company, according to Forbes. The 34-year-old Sin City star, who makes an appearance in the new Entourage movie, sports a revealing outfit on the cover of the financial magazine's June 15, 2015 issue, showing cleavage, smiling and crossing her arms in what appears to be a white bandage dress with black trimming, covered by a satin black blazer. The issue contains a list of 50 richest self-made women in the United States, the first such roster published by the magazine. Alba is not included in the list but is featured as one »
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