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"American Horror Story" Murder House Owners Sue

The owners of the famed Los Angeles mansion where "American Horror Story" shot its first season say they got sold a bill of haunted goods, and now they're suing ... a ghost ... so to speak. The Rosenheim mansion hosted Ryan Murphy, Connie Britton,….....»»

Category: topSource: tmzFeb 13th, 2018

Eli Roth Directs Universal Studios" Halloween Horror Nights Commercial - Watch Now!

Eli Roth is known for directing some of the best horror movies and now he’s taking on short-form horror for Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights commercial. You can see a bunch of your favorite horror projects represented in the commercial, including The Shining, Saw, and American Horror Story. “I first got involved with ‘Halloween Horror [...] Eli Roth is known for directing some of the best horror movies and now he’s taking on short-form horror for Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights commercial. You can see a bunch of your favorite horror projects represented in the commercial, including The Shining, Saw, and American Horror Story. “I first got involved with ‘Halloween Horror Nights’ as a fan – I felt that I was in a horror movie and I didn’t want it to end,” Eli said a behind-the-scenes video showing the making of the commercial. “For this spot, I wanted to pay homage to these brilliant and scary films, and yet put my own spin on it.” Halloween Horror Nights kicks off at Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando Resort on September 15. Halloween Horror Nights 2017 TV Spot – Directed by Eli Roth Click inside to watch the extended cut of the commercial… Watch the extended cut of the commercial below! Eli Roth Making of Halloween Horror Nights TV Spot.....»»

Category: topSource: justjaredSep 5th, 2017

13 Horror Story Murderers & Villains Who Are Based On REAL People!

Want to know what makes a scary tale more terrifying?? Learning that half the murderous villains are based off real people! Oh, we wish were kidding. Take American Horror Story, for example. The Ryan Murphy-created horror anthology is riddled with characters that are based off real life bad guys. No, really! Be sure to discover the IRL killers [...] Want to know what makes a scary tale more terrifying?? Learning that half the murderous villains are based off real people! Oh, we wish were kidding. Take American Horror Story, for example. The Ryan Murphy-created horror anthology is riddled with characters that are based off real life bad guys. No, really! Be sure to discover the IRL killers that inspired film/TV roles (below)... only if you dare... CLICK HERE to view "13 Horror Story Murderers & Villains Who Are Based On REAL People!" CLICK HERE to view "13 Horror Story Murderers & Villains Who Are Based On REAL People!" CLICK HERE to view "13 Horror Story Murderers & Villains Who Are Based On REAL People!" CLICK HERE to view "13 Horror Story Murderers & Villains Who Are Based On REAL People!" CLICK HERE to view "13 Horror Story Murderers & Villains Who Are Based On REAL People!".....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonOct 19th, 2017

10 Horror Story Murderers & Villains Who Are Based On REAL People!

No matter how terrifying or scary a horror movie might be, there's always the comfort of knowing what you're watching was purely made up for our viewing pleasure! However, what if we told you the two-faced Edward Mordrake you watched on American Horror Story: Freak Show ACTUALLY existed in real life?? And what if we told you [...] No matter how terrifying or scary a horror movie might be, there's always the comfort of knowing what you're watching was purely made up for our viewing pleasure! However, what if we told you the two-faced Edward Mordrake you watched on American Horror Story: Freak Show ACTUALLY existed in real life?? And what if we told you that TONS of movies based their psychotic murderers and deranged serial killers on REAL people?!? Well we hate to be the bearer of bad news, but that's 100% true!! As the excitement brews for AHS: Cult, we thought you might want to acquaint yourself with a few real life baddies... CLICK HERE to view "10 Horror Story Murderers & Villains Who Are Based On REAL People!" CLICK HERE to view "10 Horror Story Murderers & Villains Who Are Based On REAL People!" CLICK HERE to view "10 Horror Story Murderers & Villains Who Are Based On REAL People!" CLICK HERE to view "10 Horror Story Murderers & Villains Who Are Based On REAL People!" CLICK HERE to view "10 Horror Story Murderers & Villains Who Are Based On REAL People!".....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonJul 27th, 2017

American Horror Story"s Season Seven Title & Premiere Date Revealed!!

We were one vague clue away from giving up! After months of teasing, Ryan Murphy has finally released the title for season seven of American Horror Story. Squeeee! Related: Lena Dunham Joins AHS This year, fans' nightmares will revolve around… a Cult. The news was confirmed down at San Diego Comic Con as the horror anthology dropped the [...] We were one vague clue away from giving up! After months of teasing, Ryan Murphy has finally released the title for season seven of American Horror Story. Squeeee! Related: Lena Dunham Joins AHS This year, fans' nightmares will revolve around... a Cult. The news was confirmed down at San Diego Comic Con as the horror anthology dropped the following visual at an event on Thursday evening: BREAKING: #AHS7 official title is American Horror Story: Cult #SDCC pic.twitter.com/rzMjiBYfS9 — Joe Otterson (@JoeOtterson) July 21, 2017 The next installment of AHS also got a premiere date as it was shared that Cult will air on Tuesday, September 5. Huh. It does all make sense now! Ever since May, Murphy has been dropping hints about the upcoming season of FX's killer show, starting with this one: AHS Season 7: Red, white and blue clueA post shared by Ryan Murphy (@mrrpmurphy) on May 17, 2017 at 9:54pm PDT Well, we are living in a red, white, and blue horror story, aren't we? The next month, fans got teased with: AHS Season 7 clue: ambidexterityA post shared by Ryan Murphy (@mrrpmurphy) on Jun 25, 2017 at 1:47pm PDT Creepy af! But not quite as disturbing as what he posted next: American Horror Story HolesA post shared by Ryan Murphy (@mrrpmurphy) on Jul 12, 2017 at 5:07pm PDT The most recent clue lit Twitter up, especially a certain fandom, ahem: AHS last clue before this week's TITLE reveal. Ideas?A post shared by Ryan Murphy (@mrrpmurphy) on Jul 17, 2017 at 1:47pm PDT The show creator had also previously teased the return of Freak Show's Twisty: He's BaaaaaackA post shared by Ryan Murphy (@mrrpmurphy) on Jul 10, 2017 at 3:11pm PDT That's a lot to be scared about! U excited??.....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonJul 21st, 2017

Sue Grafton Dead - "Alphabet" Mysteries Author Dies at 77

Sue Grafton has sadly passed away at the age of 77. The New York Times best-selling author died on Thursday night (December 28) after a two-year battle with cancer. CELEBRITY DEATHS IN 2017: We lost all of these stars this year Sue was best known for writing the Alphabet series, featuring private investigator Kinsey Millhone [...] Sue Grafton has sadly passed away at the age of 77. The New York Times best-selling author died on Thursday night (December 28) after a two-year battle with cancer. CELEBRITY DEATHS IN 2017: We lost all of these stars this year Sue was best known for writing the Alphabet series, featuring private investigator Kinsey Millhone in the fictional city of Santa Teresa, Calif. The series began in 1982 with A is for Alibi. Sue‘s daughter Jamie made the announcement on her mom’s Facebook page. “She was surrounded by family, including her devoted and adoring husband Steve,” Jamie wrote. “Although we knew this was coming, it was unexpected and fast. She had been fine up until just a few days ago, and then things moved quickly. Sue always said that she would continue writing as long as she had the juice.” Our thoughts are with Sue‘s loved ones during this difficult time......»»

Category: topSource: justjaredDec 29th, 2017

Review: American Horror Story: Cult Succeeds in Making Terror of the 2016 Election - TIME

TIMEReview: American Horror Story: Cult Succeeds in Making Terror of the 2016 ElectionTIMEIt'd be too simple to crack a joke about how the real horror story of the new season of American Horror Story is having to relive the 2016 election. After all, aren't we doing that every day, for better or for worse depending on how you voted? And yet ...'American Horror Story: Cult' Satirizes Post-Election Panic With Killer ClownsHuffPostAmerican Horror Story: The Freak Show scene you must rewatch before CultEW.com (blog)'American Horror Story: Cult' Is Not About Donald Trump Or Hillary ClintonJust JaredInternational Business Times -Bustle -Refinery29 -Bleeding Cool Newsall 141 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsSep 5th, 2017

What's on TV Tuesday: 'American Horror Story' and 'Like Crazy' - New York Times

New York TimesWhat's on TV Tuesday: 'American Horror Story' and 'Like Crazy'New York TimesMenacing clowns descend on Michigan after the 2016 presidential election in the new season of “American Horror Story.” And the romance drama “Like Crazy” arrives on Netflix. What's on TV. AMERICAN HORROR STORY: CULT 10 p.m. on FX; also ...TV highlights: 'American Horror Story: Cult' comes to FXWashington PostKiller clowns unleash political nightmare in 'American Horror Story'Boston Herald“American Horror Story: Cult” is FX's way of saying, “Tag, America — you're 'It'!”SalonOrlando Sentinel -UPROXX -Times Herald-Record -Refinery29all 82 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsSep 5th, 2017

American Horror Story: Cult premiere recap: 'Election Night' - EW.com

EW.comAmerican Horror Story: Cult premiere recap: 'Election Night'EW.comPast seasons of American Horror Story have opened with scenes pulled from classic horror fiction: alien abductions, haunted houses, a boarding school for witches that makes Hogwarts look like kindergarten. But while this year's series brings plenty of ...In American Horror Story: Cult, Scary Clowns, and a Much More Terrifying Real WorldSlate Magazine (blog)'American Horror Story: Cult' Premiere Recap: 'Election Night' Takes on Trump-Era HysteriaVarietyHow American Horror Story: Cult Handled Election Night 2016 in Its First 7 MinutesVultureE! Online -Daily Beast -Vanity Fair -Entertainment Tonightall 260 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsSep 6th, 2017

The Election Is the Worst Part of American Horror Story: Cult - Vanity Fair

Vanity FairThe Election Is the Worst Part of American Horror Story: CultVanity FairWhen Ryan Murphy announced that the latest installment of his horror anthology American Horror Story would use the 2016 election as a jumping-off point, it was easy to deduce that this season would be divisive, if unsubtle. Although Murphy and his ...What's on TV Tuesday: 'American Horror Story' and 'Like Crazy'New York TimesFX's 'American Horror Story: Cult' mixes a strange yet predictable brew of Manson creepiness, election maniaLos Angeles Times“American Horror Story: Cult” is FX's way of saying, “Tag, America — you're 'It'!”SalonBustle -MTV.com -Boston Herald -Heavy.comall 108 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsSep 5th, 2017

'American Horror Story: Cult' Trailer Teases Consequences of 2016 Election - Variety

Variety'American Horror Story: Cult' Trailer Teases Consequences of 2016 ElectionVarietyThe first official trailer for “American Horror Story: Cult” is here, giving us our initial looks at Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters' characters, as well as the first real glimpse at how the horror anthology is taking on President Trump. It may start off ...The American Horror Story: Cult Trailer Is Here And Evan Peters Fans Will Not Be HappyMTV.comWhy American Horror Story: Cult Will Be Very, Very Rough on Evan Peters FansVanity Fair'American Horror Story: Cult' Trailer Relives 2016 Election NightHollywood ReporterJezebel -IndieWire -YouTube -AHS: Cultall 185 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 22nd, 2017

Sarah Paulson Gets Spooked at American Horror Story Haunted House!

Sarah Paulson may star on American Horror Story but that doesn’t mean she’s not scared by the show! The 42-year-old actress braved Universal Studios’ American Horror Story Haunted House for a hilarious episode of Ellen’s Show Me More Show. Sarah, along with The Ellen Show executive producer Andy Lassner, screamed, cursed and crawled their way [...] Sarah Paulson may star on American Horror Story but that doesn’t mean she’s not scared by the show! The 42-year-old actress braved Universal Studios’ American Horror Story Haunted House for a hilarious episode of Ellen’s Show Me More Show. Sarah, along with The Ellen Show executive producer Andy Lassner, screamed, cursed and crawled their way through the haunted house and it’s actually pretty funny. The duo get scared by characters jumping from behind hidden doors and paintings, screaming that they hate each of the actors and eventually making it to the end. Check out the entire video below….....»»

Category: topSource: justjaredOct 30th, 2017

"American Horror Story: Cult" Preview Promises a Frightening New Season - Watch Now!

The first episode of American Horror Story: Cult premiered last night, and now we have a full season preview of what to expect in the upcoming episodes! The new season started off with a bang, and set up what is sure to be a terrifying series of episodes. ALSO READ: ‘American Horror Story: Cult’ Cast [...] The first episode of American Horror Story: Cult premiered last night, and now we have a full season preview of what to expect in the upcoming episodes! The new season started off with a bang, and set up what is sure to be a terrifying series of episodes. ALSO READ: ‘American Horror Story: Cult’ Cast – Who Is Returning for New Season? Be sure to be tuning into American Horror Story: Cult every Tuesday evening to catch all the action. Watch the full season preview below….....»»

Category: topSource: justjaredSep 6th, 2017

How 'American Horror Story: Cult' Re-created Election Night - Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood ReporterHow 'American Horror Story: Cult' Re-created Election NightHollywood ReporterUsing a blend of satire and horror — and an unforgettable Cheetos scene — Ryan Murphy's FX anthology uses the election as an entryway into the real premise of season seven. [Warning: This story contains spoilers from the premiere of FX's American ...American Horror Story: Cult premiere recap: 'Election Night'EW.com'American Horror Story: Cult' Premiere Recap: 'Election Night' Takes on Trump-Era HysteriaVarietyHow American Horror Story: Cult Handled Election Night 2016 in Its First 7 MinutesVultureVanity Fair -Daily Beast -Entertainment Tonight -Deadlineall 237 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsSep 6th, 2017

Let's Try to Decode the Meaning of American Horror Story: Cult - Vanity Fair

Vanity FairLet's Try to Decode the Meaning of American Horror Story: CultVanity FairFinally, American Horror Story fans have some solid information about the election-themed season to come. It's not much—just a title and a release date—but hey, A.H.S. fans are used to making do with scant details. Season 7 of Ryan Murphy's FX ...American Horror Story season 7 title, return date revealedEW.com'American Horror Story: Cult' Unveiled As Season 7 Title Of FX Anthology Series, Premiere Date Set — Comic-ConDeadlineRyan Murphy Shares New 'American Horror Story' Season 7 Clues That Will Make You Even More CuriousBustleMTV.com -Variety -HuffPost -Bleeding Cool Newsall 94 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsJul 21st, 2017

Lena Dunham is Joining "American Horror Story"

Lena Dunham has officially joined the cast of the upcoming seventh season of American Horror Story! Showrunner Ryan Murphy confirmed the casting news on social media. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Lena Dunham “Thrilled that my talented friend Lena Dunham is joining the AMERICAN HORROR STORY family. Always wanted to work together, and [...] Lena Dunham has officially joined the cast of the upcoming seventh season of American Horror Story! Showrunner Ryan Murphy confirmed the casting news on social media. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Lena Dunham “Thrilled that my talented friend Lena Dunham is joining the AMERICAN HORROR STORY family. Always wanted to work together, and now we r!” Ryan tweeted. Little is known about season 7, but Ryan‘s been dropping hints lately and promises to reveal the title this week. We can’t wait to find out more about Lena‘s role. Thrilled that my talented friend Lena Dunham is joining the AMERICAN HORROR STORY family. Always wanted to work together, and now we r! — Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) July 20, 2017.....»»

Category: topSource: justjaredJul 19th, 2017

Turning the Trump Era Into a Horror Story - The Atlantic

The AtlanticTurning the Trump Era Into a Horror StoryThe AtlanticLike ​The Atlantic? Subscribe to ​The Atlantic Daily​, our free weekday email newsletter. This story contains spoilers through Episode 1 of American Horror Story: Cult. Your fears are all founded, horror stories always say. The monster really is under ...American Horror Story: Cult takes drunken aim at the 'politics of fear'The VergeThe sly, unexpected twist in the 'American Horror Story: Cult' premiereWashington PostClowns, Cults and Trump: Why New 'American Horror Story' Is a Missed OpportunityRollingStone.comRefinery29 -UPROXX -TV Guide -FanSidedall 317 news articles ».....»»

Category: break-upsSource: tmzSep 6th, 2017

Review: ‘Murder on the Orient Express’: Who(Under)dunnit?

Kudos go to Kenneth Branagh, as the actor/director faced a tough challenge given that the original 'Murder on the Orient Express' is such a memorable film with Agatha Christie's twisty murder mystery much analyzed over throughout the years, and for the most part the new version is a very game effort. But the [...] Kudos go to Kenneth Branagh, as the actor/director faced a tough challenge given that the original ‘Murder on the Orient Express‘ is such a memorable film with Agatha Christie’s twisty murder mystery much analyzed over throughout the years, and for the most part the new version is a very game effort. But the biggest issues for the movie come in the comparisons to past editions as well as serving up enough meat for the wealth of talent to chew. Much of the film remains faithful to what many may remember, but Branagh and Michael Green, who provided the screenplay, do take some liberties in order to put their stamp on this popular work, including an ending that offers a fresh take on the personality and motivations of the meticulous inspector. For those unaware of the original, the story centers on the brilliant but weary detective longing for a vacation, but getting pulled back into action and hitching a ride aboard the Orient Express, where the seemingly diverse occupants are soon caught up in a murder mystery when one of the passengers is murdered. Poirot is portrayed as a detective whose biggest asset and annoyance is the inequality of life, always seeking to find a perfect balance down to his OCD fascination with the straightening of ties. The motley crew includes the slithery arts dealer Edward Ratchett (Johnny Depp), who unsuccessfully attempts to hire Poirot when receiving a threatening message. He’s accompanied by his sketchy accountant Hector MacQueen (Josh Gad) and manservant Edward Masterman (Derek Jacobi). Ratchett has a brief flirtation with Caroline Hubbard (Michelle Pfeiffer), a widowed woman initially believed to be husband hunting. Other passengers aboard the Express include a violent count and his ailing countess (Sergie Polunin and Lucy Boynton), a haughty princess (Judi Dench) and her faithful servant (Olivia Colman), a German professor (Willem Dafoe), a seemingly altruistic doctor (Leslie Odom Jr.), a slick car salesman (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo), an astute governess (Daisy Ridley), and a missionary with a troubled past (Penelope Cruz). Others aboard the train include the conductor (Marwan Kenzari) and Poirot’s confidant and the train’s concierge Bouc (Tom Bateman). As Poirot settles in for a night’s slumber, he’s continually awakened by commotions in the hallway, each of which garner his attention, but also serve as a distraction for the murder that is about to happen. Add in an avalanche that stalls the train, and Poirot has a captive audience as he’s asked by Bouc to investigate. One by one, Poirot questions each of the passengers, discerning their potential motives and soon uncovering that the murder has little to do with the initial motive and that each of the strangers are attempting to cover any possible ties or motives to the real reason for the murder. While Branagh does a stellar job of playing Poirot and has one of the more meaty roles in the film, one of the big downfalls is that the characters don’t all feel fleshed out. Ridley’s keen yet secretive Mary Debenham, Odom’s loyal Dr. Arbuthnot, Pfeiffer’s dramatic Caroline Hubbard and Gad’s nervous Hector MacQueen all get their due, but the remainder of the cast seemingly have little to do or say within the film’s just under two-hour runtime. Even for the brilliant Poirot, it feels as though he summizes several characters rather quickly while the viewer never really gets more than a cursory glance at their true nature. But while the screenplay fails some of its actors, Branagh and his crew have done a great job of recreating the period and the look of the film from costuming to set design is top notch. After a bit of a slow start, the film does pick up and latter portion of the movie really offers an interesting whodunnit. For those who have not witnessed the previous editions, the new Murder on the Orient Express will keep you engaged with an interesting finale that paints the Poirot that movie buffs know in a fresh way. For those aware of the past versions, it’s still a passable and enjoyable film and different enough to make it worth viewing, but it’s still hard to match such a classic. Find Us On Facebook: Hollywood Outbreak Follow Us On Twitter: @Hollyoutbreak Posted by: Ari Coine.....»»

Category: topSource: hollywoodoutbreakNov 12th, 2017

JonBenet Ramsey’s Super Creepy Brother Allowed to Sue CBS for $750 Million

During Christmas 1996, somebody killed a little girl in her own home in Colorado. Dead little white girls made for good copy, even before the rise of the Internet and The Daily Mail online. Dead little white girls involved in disturbing baby beauty pageants and covered in lipstick and mascara is a news bomb cyclone. […] The post JonBenet Ramsey’s Super Creepy Brother Allowed to Sue CBS for $750 Million appeared first on wwtdd. During Christmas 1996, somebody killed a little girl in her own home in Colorado. Dead little white girls made for good copy, even before the rise of the Internet and The Daily Mail online. Dead little white girls involved in disturbing baby beauty pageants and covered in lipstick and mascara is a news bomb cyclone. Even before that fake term was invented. JonBenet Ramsey consumed the then shameless tragedy profiteer media of the time, the tabloid papers and cable news. Nancy Grace came like no Methodist woman has before her. The fact that no killer was identified immediately by the police, or ever, led to the kind of rampant speculation that fuels disturbing child murder story mayhem. This perfectly filled the talking heads void left by the O.J. trial. While every pedophile within a hundred miles of the home during the night of the murder could’ve easily been a suspect, the lack of sexual assault on the body and the lack of any signs of forced entry into the home made that rampant speculation practically moot. Though it did carry on for month after month, including sketches of a man who looked like Santa Clause. Or maybe it was Santa Clause. Down the chimney to rape and murder children. The perfect cover. Those with a thinking brain figured out quickly the murderer was somebody sleeping in the home that evening, and or possibly a close family acquaintance with key access to the house. Since there was nobody in the latter category unaccounted for, that left the mom, dad, and brother. All of whom became suspects. The rage nature of the killing made the then nine-year old brother, Burke, the prime suspect. Weird for a nine year old, but he was a weird kid. Also, parents with no record of abuse, outside of pimping their daughter in pageants, don’t suddenly bludgeon their little girls to death. Insane moms do occasionally murder their own kids, but it’s always drowning or poisoning or some weird Biblical shit. Never a wrench to the temple. The District Attorney could never quite place a finger on the culprit, leaving the case one of the great unsolved blown-out blonde wig hair kid murders ever. Leading to numerous follow-up news shows claiming to provide new evidence as to the true killer. TV clickbait for those with enough free time to be less discerning. In the Fall of 2016, during Sweeps, CBS ran a special bringing together pathologists and analysts and rampant speculators to re-examine the murder 20-years on. Hey, remember JonBenet and all the fun we had speculating over her killer? Here’s more. (Lex Jurgen has finally joined Twitter. Follow now at: MyTerribleWords.) During the broadcast, one of the “expert guests” implied that Burke Ramsey killed his sister. It wasn’t a direct accusation, more of an implied statement, but enough for Burke Ramsey, now late 20’s, to file a $750 million lawsuit against CBS and everybody who appeared anywhere in the show. Apparently, you’re not allowed to imply somebody killed their baby sister in this country without legal adjudication. Or so agreed the judge this week who allowed the case to go forward, despite pleas from CBS et. al., to have the civil suit thrown out for lack of cause. Burke Ramsey’s case relies on his assertion that CBS ruined his reputation. Considering 99% of people only know him as the creepy Ramsey brother who likely killed his little sister as covered up by his parents, that seems like an uphill battle. In a world where Hulk Hogan won $125 million for Gawker destroying his rep by showing his bare ass pounding his buddy’s wife, you have to at least try for a corporate gouge. CBS went low and cheap with their primetime special. They likely had lawyers reviewing the footage to ensure this kind of suit wasn’t possible, but maybe they effed up. In general, the public will root for Ramsey against the corporate giant news outlet framed as having made “fake news”. The judge allowing the case to go forward means negotiations between parties must now begin. It’s not like the kid has more sisters to kill. He probably needs some new hobby cash. Expect settlement terms to be non-disclosed with no admission of guilt, or around $30 million. If you’ve ever thought about killing your sibling who gets all the attention from your parents while you’re sent away to boarding school, this certainly might affect your decision. The post JonBenet Ramsey’s Super Creepy Brother Allowed to Sue CBS for $750 Million appeared first on wwtdd......»»

Category: topSource: wwtddJan 8th, 2018

Owners of 'Breaking Bad' house put up fence to stop fans from tossing pizza on roof - Fox News

Fox NewsOwners of 'Breaking Bad' house put up fence to stop fans from tossing pizza on roofFox NewsThe owners of the New Mexico house that appeared on “Breaking Bad” are sick of people tossing pizza on their roof. (Google Street View). The owners of the New Mexico house that appeared on “Breaking Bad” have reached their "breaking" point, because ...Alan Sepinwall on 'Breaking Bad,' bad fans and what makes television greatWashington PostOwners of Walter White's House Install Fence to Stop Breaking Bad Fans From Throwing Pizzas on Their RoofPaste MagazineBreaking Bad house owners build fence after pizza stuntsBBC NewsPennLive.com -Mashable -WISH-TV -Toronto Sunall 44 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsOct 12th, 2017

Eliza Dushku"s Legal Guardian on "True Lies" Set Confirms Her Molestation Account

Eliza Dushku‘s legal guardian on the set of True Lies, Sue Booth-Forbes, is coming to her defense after coming forward with allegations of molestation against the film’s stunt coordinator Joel Kramer. Eliza was only 12 years old at the time, and detailed the incident in a statement over the weekend. Sue provided a statement to [...] Eliza Dushku‘s legal guardian on the set of True Lies, Sue Booth-Forbes, is coming to her defense after coming forward with allegations of molestation against the film’s stunt coordinator Joel Kramer. Eliza was only 12 years old at the time, and detailed the incident in a statement over the weekend. Sue provided a statement to Deadline, writing, “Eliza Dushku is telling the truth.” “I was her legal guardian and took seriously my need to have her in my sight at all times, which was often difficult to do. I was on the True Lies set for 3 weeks and reported Joel Kramer’s inappropriate sexual behavior towards 12-year-old Eliza to a person in authority. I was met with blank stares and had the sense that I wasn’t telling that person anything they didn’t already know,” Sue continued. “I was at the hospital and can verify that she was hurt and in pain with breaks/cracks to her ribs. Surely they have medical records somewhere to prove that.” “I tried to keep Joel away from her as did others working on the set, but because of all the stunts she had to do, he was constantly involved with her and her body. Those who knew didn’t know what to do and were far enough down the pecking order to be afraid of losing their jobs if they pressed the issue because all the power lay in the hands of those who called the shots and would stop at nothing to protect each other,” Sue continued. “As I write this, I can feel a bit of the paranoia caused by associating my name, hence my business, with this volatile subject. No wonder people over time haven’t told their truth. Such unscrupulous, powerful, narcissistic, men without boundaries will do anything they have to to protect themselves, their reputations, each other, and most significantly their money. I have to wonder what could they do to me, my reputation, and my business,” Sue added. “But this time I am refusing to allow myself to be intimidated. Joel Kramer did what Eliza said he did. He is a pedophile, and he must face the consequences.”.....»»

Category: topSource: justjaredJan 15th, 2018