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Scott Eastwood is finally riding into theaters Friday in his silver-screen debut, The Longest Ride. The latest Nicholas Sparks adaptation will give viewers everything they expect: a troubled road to romance and two very good-looking people. But is it worth the ticket price? Here is what the critics have to say about the latest book-turned-movie. Most critics agree that you're getting what you pay for when you sign up to see a Sparks movie, but what makes this movie stand out from the rest of his films (Dear John, The Last Song, etc.) is the up-and-coming cast. Scott Eastwood and Britt Robertson star in the latest romantic installment, and Scott Foundas of Variety says that they're pretty much the only redeeming »
After six shocking, touching and groundbreaking seasons, Fox’s beloved musical comedy Glee comes to an end tonight. The series chronicled the lives of a talented group of outsiders as they came together in their high-school glee club, followed them as they ventured post-graduation beyond the halls of McKinley High to the bright lights of New York and then came full circle as they returned home to Lima. In tonight’s two-hour finale, Glee goes back in time to find out why the original members of New Directions initially signed up for glee club. Then, the show flashes forward to see how the character’s … Continue reading →
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- Kellie Freeze
Rihanna‘s reign won’t let up. Since she hit the scene in 2008, she’s had 13 No. 1 hits on the Billboard Hot 100—tying her with Michael Jackson for the third most No. 1 songs on the chart. And she’s achieved all this before her 27th birthday, which just so happens to be today, Feb. 20. Related: Kanye West Is Executive Producing Rihanna’s New Album While we anxiously await the release of RiRi’s next album—her eighth, oh so cleverly titled, R8—to drop, we decided to take stock of her entire career so far. From Barbadian dancehall queen to a good girl gone bad to a Beatle‘s new bestie, we’re ranking every single song she’s ever put her stamp on. All 131 of Rihanna’s tracks—every single solo track, collaboration and guest feature on an Eminem song that’s out there. So, from worst to best, »
- Shannon Carlin - Radio.com
In terms of movie adaptations, the output of bestselling author Nicholas Sparks stands as a perfect example of Hollywood’s adherence to the phrase, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” The “it” in question is Sparks’ very clear formula. With films such as The Notebook, The Last Song and Dear John in his back catalogue, we would surely be forgiven for thinking his storytelling, by this point, is simply a case of joining up the dots, and his latest romance – The Longest Ride – certainly looks as though it will prove that to be true.
Starring Britt Robertson (Cake) and Scott Eastwood (Fury), the Nicholas Sparks book is this time adapted by Craig Bolotin (Black Rain) and is directed by George Tillman Jr. (Faster). In it, another conventionally attractive young couple must overcome some obstacles to make their earth-shattering, life-changing, true love relationship work. You know, just like in The Notebook, »
- Sarah Myles
Miley Cyrus' Instagram profile is one Photoshopped photo away from becoming an ad for the picture-editing software! The "Wrecking Ball" singer has ousted Kim Kardashian off of her Love magazine cover with Cara Delevingne by pasting herself on instead. The supermodel remains posed as she originally was, making a goofy face with her tongue out, but this time she's about to lick Miley! The Last Song actress must have been proud of her creative change, as she tagged the magazine and her "co-star" in the caption. The original black-and-white cover showed an unfazed Kim posing with a funny Cara, which was shot by Sølve Sundsbø. Although North West's mom Instagrammed the cover »
Say goodbye to Chris Hemsworth's signature golden locks.
Let's take a closer look.
Photos: Chris Hemsworth's Hottest Shots
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... Still just as handsome, no?
"I shaved the locks. I needed a trim," he explained to USA Today about his new 'do. "I have had long hair for like six years. And I got sick of it."
And he's clearly much happier now with the low-maintenance look.
"Anyone who has long hair knows it takes a lot of work," he added. "It's all good. I can wake up and roll with the day without having to worry about it."
Hemsworth's former super-'90s hairstyle created a stir on the cover of People magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive" issue in November, when he nabbed the coveted title.
He also addressed some fans' thoughts at the »
Essential 11 Television is producing a pilot for a home renovation series in Los Angeles for the Us network Hgtv while three other shows are premiering in the Us this month.
Three Dads and A House features La.s Re-Inhabit, a boutique firm which specialises in restoring dilapidated structures while retaining their original character.
Based in La and Toronto, Essential 11 is a factual entertainment co-venture between Essential Media and Entertainment, Canada.s 11 Television and Primitive Entertainment.
Launching this week on the Diy Network are BackFlip, a 4-part series in which restoration expert Brett Waterman transforms a poorly renovated Palm Springs villa into a historically-accurate dream home; and Texas Flip .n Move, a nine-part series about three family businesses in Fort Worth which compete against each other to locate, move, renovate and sell homes for the highest price.
Fool.s Gold, an eight-part docu-comedy that debuted on Discovery Canada, will have its »
- Don Groves
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