FX bosses have made clear that American Crime Story would plumb a broader criminal focus than The People v. O.J. Simpson, noting early on that Hurricane Katrina would form Season 2's main story. Now, we know the as-yet-untitled follow-up will take advantage of additional episodes, casting some of the nation’s most notable figures.
Celebrities expect to always be treated as such, even when eating among us commoners. For this reason, it’s only natural for John Travolta to turn eating at KFC into a spectacle by trying to reserve a table. Of course, he didn’t expect that request to be met with a “Cluck Off!” from a store employee.
Lindsay Lohan's legal troubles continued over the weekend.
On Friday, a judge sentenced the 24-year-old actress to 120 days in prison for violating her probation by allegedly stealing a $2,500 necklace. In addition to jail, Lohan was also ordered to serve 480 hours of community service.
Lohan's lawyer, Shawn Holley, quickly appealed the ruling, and the 'Mean Girls' star was out on $75,000 bail hou