Could Lisa Vanderpump be taking her pumps and pink chic elsewhere from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills? Well, if you have been keeping close tabs on the latest season, you know that there has been some intense dog drama going on. All of it is about to hit its climax on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. The confrontation between Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump goes down in tonight’s episode airing April 2. It is a heated argument that ends with Kyle being told to leave Villa Rosa (the Vanderpumps’ house) by the couple. Vanderpump told ET where she was coming from and hinted at the fallout, saying: Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ big storyline so far has had a lot of bark and bite. What is it all about? Well if you need a refresher, Dorit Kemsley adopted a dog from Vanderpump Dogs.
Boy, we have been on a streak lately. ReelBlend has been getting some exciting guests, if we do say so ourselves. Hot on the heels of Kevin’s incredible Danny Elfman interview in last week’s episode, we’re joined this week by Shazam! filmmaker David F. Sandberg and uber-DC producer Peter Safran. You are going to want to listen! Before they get to the interview, the guys have a lot to discuss. They plug the Chicago Meet Up, which is taking place on Saturday, April 13. That will be during Star Wars Celebration, which Jake and Sean plan to cover. From there, the guys read an ACTUAL review from Kevin’s mom. She listened to the show, and shared her thoughts. It’s pure gold. The guys then moved to the casting for Jason Reitman’s new Ghostbusters movie, which added Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard
As an anthology series, American Horror Story has always had a revolving cast, with some actors only appearing in a single season with others appearing in all or most of them. As of the end of Season 8, only two actors actually had starring roles in every batch of episodes: Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters. Now, one of those longtime stars has revealed that they won't be around for Season 9. Evan Peters is out for American Horror Story Season 9. American Horror Story was actually renewed for Season 9 quite a while ago, and fans may have taken it for granted that Evan Peters would of course tackle another oddball role (or two or three) in the new season. He revealed the news that he won't be in Season 9 to an Extra producer at WonderCon. Take a look! Yes, Evan Peters is apparently going to...
Years before the superhero movie genre as a whole started to become popular in Hollywood, Tim Burton took DC Comics’ Caped Crusader into his hands with 1989’s Batman and 1992’s Batman Returns, two movies that took the vigilante in a drastically different direction compared to the 1960s campy version that the public knew best. Now that superhero movies are heavy hitters at the box office, you might have wondered if Burton has considered directing another superhero movie, but alas, he’s not willing to contribute to that genre again. As the director put it: I don’t know, I feel like Squirrel Boy could benefit from Tim Burton’s gothic and eccentric touch. In all seriousness, Burton does have a point. When he was working on Batman, Superman, played by Christopher Reeve, was the only superher
Looks like Chadwick Boseman T’Challa is getting the cold shoulder from the X-Men actress, but for a valid, industry-forward reason. During a roundtable interview at WonderCon (via LRM Online,) Alexandra Shipp showed her distaste with her character’s future plotline to revolve around a romance between Storm and Black Panther because she thinks the weather-controlling hero needs her own movie. Though it should be noted that Black Panther has been around since 1966, and Storm debuted on the printed page nine years later. However, with a the addition of the X-Men to the MCU imminent, T’Challa and Ororo’s romance would be an intriguing way for the two teams to intersect and form an alliance. In the comic books, the two meet as children when Storm flees Cairo following her parents’ deaths and
Admittedly it was a bit challenging to get a full read on the full plot of the movie, as it appears that there is a whole lot going on, but the footage did get across the basic idea. Charlie Hunnam, who played Guy Ritchie’s lead for King Arthur, is our protagonist, and a criminal who is stuck in a steadily escalating conflict between an eccentric, marijuana-specializing kingpin (Matthew McConaughey) and forces that want to see him pushed out – led by a character played by Henry Golding. Those three names alone create some serious expectations, but they’re joined in the insanity by Colin Farrell, Jeremy Strong, Eddie Marsan, Michele Dockery, and Hugh Grant (sporting an awesome cockney accent that is thousands of miles away from the posh inflections we typically hear from the actor). Sourc
Yet another trailer has arrived for Avengers: Endgame, and among all the things Marvel is choosing to keep fans in the dark on, it appears there's a pretty big tease for one much-anticipated scene. The rematch with Thanos has been the moment fans have been waiting for ever since the Mad Titan destroyed half of all life in the universe, and there's some breadcrumbs leading me to believe they won't be waiting long to see it. In fact, it looks as though once the team has a chance to reconnect, get acquainted and collect their thoughts following this massive tragedy, they're going to track down Thanos in order to exact revenge. What makes me so sure? Read through this line delivered by Thanos in the latest look at the movie. You could not live with your own failure. Wh...
The NCIS franchise is one of the biggest on the small screen nowadays, and it can be easy to forget that the universe actually began years before the original NCIS hit the airwaves. JAG is the show that started it all, way back in 1995. JAG has been off the air since its tenth season ended back in 2005, however, and series stars David James Elliott and Catherine Bell never reprised their roles for any of the other entries in the franchise... until now, thanks to NCIS: Los Angeles. Yes, the actors who brought Captain Harm Rabb and Lieutenant Colonel Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie will return to the roles for the first time in nearly 15 years. News actually broke last week that David James Elliott would appear on NCIS: LA before the end of the current tenth season, but there had been no word that ...
It’s pretty fascinating how the internet obsesses over certain movies and scenes, giving films second lives by repurposing them for all manner of content, from memes to gifs to videos. Sometimes this occurs with cult classics like Office Space and sometimes it happens to beloved blockbusters like Jurassic Park. In addition to still having major pop culture relevance, Steven Spielberg’s seminal 1993 film has provided the internet with plenty of meme fodder thanks to Jeff Goldblum’s Ian Malcolm. In a scene in Jurassic Park, while recovering from the T-Rex attack, Ian Malcolm is laying with his shirt open in a seductive pose. This scene has become so iconic that it has received its own Funko Pop figurine and last year got a giant statue in London. Despite this pop culture prevalence, Jeff
For Tim Burton’s remake of the 1941 Disney classic Dumbo, the prolific filmmaker reassembled his Dark Knight and Penguin from Batman Returns to play alongside the soaring circus elephant. 27 years later, Burton opted to give Michael Keaton and Danny DeVito a different roles in his film to play this time around. Looks like DeVito couldn’t get enough of the role-reversal, per his recent words: Insert DeVito’s penguin chuckle here. The character actor is well-known for playing a signature baddie, especially in 1992’s Batman Returns, alongside Michelle Pfeiffer’s Catwoman, along with his other iconic roles of Mr. Wormwood in Matilda and his longtime mischief as Frank on It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia. He loved the idea of going back to playing a character of a softer, kind-hearted nature