It may come as a shock to some people, but a lot of what you see on reality shows is — gasp! — fake. So, it’s probably not a surprise that people are saying that the latest news from one of the stars of Bravo’s ‘Bethenny Ever After’ and ‘Real Housewives’ franchise might not be true, either.
Bethenny Frankel has been making the media rounds, telling the story of how she and her husband were lost at sea off of Nantucket for 21 hours. The only problem with the story is that the man who, ahem, “rescued” her, Tim Russell, tells the Jewish Journal that she didn’t need to be rescued at all, because the boat she was on was functioning fine.
On September 26, the 40-year-old artist posted the tweet below, saying, “dreamt i died in Chicago next weekend (heart attack in my sleep). need to write my will today.” He even corrected himself in a tweet a little later, saying his vision was actually of the weekend after next. He was found dead on Saturday, October 8 in Chicago.
In her suit, she claims the studio “promoted the film as very similar to ‘The Fast and the Furious,’ or similar, series of movies,” and that she was disappointed to find there was “very little driving in the picture.”
Different countries have different versions of movie trailers and TV spots for movies — and sometimes the international editions are better than their stateside counterparts, like this Japanese preview for ‘Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.’
Fans of ‘The Simpsons’ were thrown into a panic a couple of weeks ago when word leaked that the voice actors on the show were holding out for more money. Fox said if they couldn’t come to an agreement this current season would be the last for the show.
Are you a V-neck sort of guy? That was the question in last night’s Digital Short on ‘Saturday Night Live.’ Andy Samberg wasn’t sure if he was the type of guy who would wear a V-neck, but host Ben Stiller changed his mind.
If you could meet your future self, what would he or she look like? What would you two talk about? What would you do together?
‘Saturday Night Live‘ tried to answer these questions on last night’s show with a few spoofs of Lincoln Financial’s “Hello Future” ad campaign. Check out Bill Hader and his deteriorating future meeting cute on a plane below.
Eddie Murphy hasn’t been on ‘Saturday Night Live’ since 1984, and he hasn’t even participated in the various reunion shows that have happened in the years since he left the show. But he could show up this weekend.
Murphy’s co-star in the new movie ‘Tower Heist’ is Ben Stiller, who just so happens to be hosting this weekend’s ‘SNL.’ Rumors have begun to circulate that Murphy will finally make a cameo appearance on the show.
Who would’ve thought we’d ever see Conan O’Brien back at NBC? Well, that’s exactly what happened last night when O’Brien popped in to visit Jimmy Fallon on ‘Late Night,’ the show he hosted for 16 years.
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