In this remake of the 1980s classic, a young American boy (Jaden Smith) and his mother (Taraji P. Henson) move to China where he is taught kung-fu by a master (Jackie Chan). The film releases June 11, 2010.
If you’re in the mood for a little uplifting this morning, check out the movie “Life After Tomorrow,” which reunites more than 40 women who played orphans in the Broadway production of “Annie.”View the full movie below.
If you’ve been following the story, you know that the newest addition to TV’s the Duggar family, Josie Brooklyn, has been struggling ever since mother Michelle gave birth to her prematurely in December (she wasn’t due until the spring). In […]
Check out two clips from Sunday’s special Mother’s Day episode of TLC’s “19 Kids and Counting.” And then read my exclusive interview with Michelle Duggar, who gives me an update on baby Josie’s condition.A Mother’s CallJosie’s Homecoming
Todd Bridges, formerly of “Diff’rent Strokes” and currently seen on TruTV’s “World’s Dumbest Criminals,” recently sat down and spoke to me about life on the set of the groundbreaking show, the media’s portrayal of former child stars, being abused as […]
Carly Simon just released a new music video to her classic song “You’re So Vain.”The singer held a contest, inviting fans and filmmakers to create the video concept. Brett Bisogno created the winning video, featuring a dancing Hasidic Jew on […]
Soap Opera fans are mourning the death of veteran “As the World Turns” actress Helen Wagner, who passed away yesterday at the age of 91. Wagner played the role of Nancy Hughes for 54 years, a Guinness World Record. “As […]
In this final installment of the “Shrek” series, the ogre finds himself in an alternate reality in which he never existed and must work to go back to the correct time or risk disappearing forever. The movie features the voices […]
Based on the best-selling children’s book series by Beverly Cleary, the film focuses on the young Ramona, the adventures and mishaps she gets herself into, and her older sister Beezus who encourages her to be imaginative and creative. The film […]
In celebration of the DVD release of the Beliefnet Film Award nominated documentary “Oh My God,”–in which filmmaker Peter Rodger traveled the world asking celebrities, religious leaders, and ordinary people about their thoughts on God–we are giving away 5 copies. […]