Monthly Archives: September 2019

Billie Lourd, Leslie Grossman, & MJ Rodriguez Step Out for Vanity Fair & FX’s Pre-Emmys Party

Billie Lourd and Leslie Grossman hold hands on the black carpet as they arrive at the Vanity Fair and FX’s Emmy Nominations Party on Saturday (September 21) in Century City, Calif.

The American Horror Story: Cult stars were joined at the party by their co-star Adina Porter.

Other stars at the party included Pose stars MJ Rodriguez, Billy Porter, Dominique Jackson, James Van Der Beek, Dyllon Burnside, and Angel Bismark Curiel, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia stars Rob McElhenney and Kaitlin Olson, Fargo actors Colin Hanks and Timothy Olyphant, Mayans M.C. actor J.D. Pardo, American Crime Story actor Courtney B. Vance, and Thor

Read more at: http://www.justjared.com/2019/09/22/billie-lourd-leslie-grossman-mj-rodriguez-step-out-for-vanity-fair-fxs-pre-emmys-party/

Kim Kardashian shares snap of sweet note her late dad Robert gave her


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Kim Kardashian has been getting all sentimental on Instagram (Picture: FilmMagic)

Kim Kardashian has been getting all sentimental on Instagram.

Turns out the mum-of-four is just like us and has a penchant for holding on to little things like notes and birthday cards.

And Kim was clearly going through some of her old stuff recently, as she shared a snap of a sweet handwritten note her late dad Robert Kardashian had left for her when they were living together.

It read: ‘Kim, I’m at Lawrey’s for Uncle Larry’s birthday. I have my pager I’ll be home around 10 or 11. I love you Daddy.’

Kim also shared pictures of cards she had given her dad Robert around 17 years ago on Father’s Day.

One card dating back to 2002 said: ‘Dad – I just want you to know how much

Read more at: https://metro.co.uk/2019/09/22/kim-kardashian-shares-sweet-handwritten-notes-late-dad-robert-10786031/

‘Chernobyl’ vs. ‘When They See Us’: Who has the edge in this fierce Best Limited Series Emmy battle?

The Best Limited Series Emmy battle . has shaped up to be a two-horse race between HBO’s “Chernobyl” and Netflix’s “When They See Us,” both of which crashed the scene in the final month of eligibility (May) and were met with instant critical acclaim and an arousing audience response. “Chernobyl” racked up 19 nominations, the most for any limited series this year, and “When They See Us” earned 16. Both are grim fact-based dramas, undeniably timely, and have one writing and directing nom each, but where do they differ? The following five factors could end up tipping the scales in one’s or the other’s favor:

1. Best Casting win
Bearing in mind that TV movies and limited series used to compete in a joint category, the winners for Best Casting for a Limited Series, Movie or Special and for Best Limited Series have gone hand in hand

Read more at: https://www.goldderby.com/article/2019/emmys-limited-series-chernobyl-vs-when-they-see-us/

‘Friends’ Creators Almost Gave the Role of Ross to This Actor After David Schwimmer Originally Turned it Down

NBC’s
iconic show Friends
is hitting a milestone on September 22,
celebrating 25 years since the sitcom premiered. The landmark comedy became a
cultural phenomenon, catapulting its cast members into stardom. The infamous
Central Perk six – played by Jennifer Aniston, Courtney Cox, Lisa
Kudrow
, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, and David Schwimmer – immediately
became famous faces once Friends hit the coveted Thursday night lineup
on NBC.

Some little known details about the show and its cast are being revealed in Saul Austerlitz’s new book, “Generation Friends: An Inside Look at the Show That Defined a Television Era“, including how Schwimmer, who played the character of Ross, almost passed on the now infamous role. The actor has also commented in the past on how the fame he attained from the show could sometimes be a stumbling block.

“Friends” Jennifer Aniston,

Read more at: https://www.cheatsheet.com/entertainment/friends-creators-almost-gave-the-role-of-ross-to-this-actor-after-david-schwimmer-originally-turned-it-down.html/

Judge rejects Uden’s attempt to withdraw guilty plea

RIVERTON – After retracting the confession that landed him in prison, convicted triple-murderer Gerald Uden will not get another chance in Fremont County District Court.

Judge Jason Conder denied 77-year-old Uden’s request to withdraw the guilty plea made nearly six years ago.

Uden remains at the Wyoming Medium Correctional Institution in Torrington.

In his denial, Conder addressed the case that frustrated local and state law enforcement for 33 years following the September 1980 disappearance of 32-year-old Virginia Uden and her sons Richard, 11, and Regan,10.

The judge wrote that Gerald Uden’s motion to withdraw his guilty plea was denied because of temporal jurisdiction, saying that the motion is “untimely.”

Wyoming law states that convicted defendants have five years to appeal after sentencing. Uden was sentenced Nov. 12, 2013, after he confessed to shooting his estranged wife with her heirloom hunting rifle, then shooting one of his adopted sons before chasing down the other.

“Richard was standing

Read more at: https://www.wyomingnews.com/news/from_the_wire/judge-rejects-uden-s-attempt-to-withdraw-guilty-plea/article_38efda82-e579-5a8b-851e-cc8295b472e2.html

Judge rejects Uden’s attempt to withdraw guilty plea

RIVERTON — After retracting the confession that landed him in prison, convicted triple-murderer Gerald Uden will not get another chance in Fremont County District Court.

Judge Jason Conder denied 77-year-old Uden’s request to withdraw the guilty plea made nearly six years ago.

Uden remains at the Wyoming Medium Correctional Institution in Torrington.

In his denial, Conder addressed the case that frustrated local and state law enforcement for 33 years following the September 1980 disappearance of 32-year-old Virginia Uden and her sons Richard, 11, and Regan,10.

The judge wrote that Gerald Uden’s motion to withdraw his guilty plea was denied because of temporal jurisdiction, saying that the motion is “untimely.”

Wyoming law states that convicted defendants have five years to appeal after sentencing. Gerald Uden was sentenced Nov. 12, 2013, after he confessed to shooting his estranged wife with her heirloom hunting rifle, then shooting one of his adopted sons before chasing down the other.

“Richard was

Read more at: https://www.gillettenewsrecord.com/news/wyoming/article_91a2fc99-f301-5761-a268-47f0386fee2d.html

The ‘This Is Us’ Cast Salaries Just Made Us Gasp

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It’s that time of year again. Fall TV is in full effect and one of our favorite shows is set to return with brand new episodes. The This Is Us Season 4 cast salaries are so astronomical that we are hardly able to deal. In fact, if you look at the salaries from Season 1 until now, the cast has one of the largest salaries in TV history.

When we were first introduced to the Pearsons back in 2016–only Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia who play Rebecca and Jack Pearson respectively were household names. The rest of the clan including, Sterling K. Brown, Justin Hartley, Susan Kelechi Watson and Chrissy Metz had worked in Hollywood previously, but in much smaller roles. As a result, when the actors were first hired to appear on the series that would dazzle

Read more at: https://stylecaster.com/this-is-us-cast-salaries-season-4/

Oxygen to debut “The DNA of Murder with Paul Holes” from Wilshire Studios

Oxygen is slated to air The DNA of Murder with Paul Holes this fall with a 90-minute premiere on the NBCUniversal-owned women-targeted true crime channel.

The series is produced by NBCUniversal’s docuseries-focused prodco Wilshire Studios. Leane Vandeman, Jessica Grimshaw and Paul Holes serve as executive producers.

The DNA of Murder with Paul Holes follows the retired cold case investigator as he dives into unsolved homicides by analyzing the physical and emotional ‘DNA’ left behind during a violent interaction.

In an effort to zero in on the perpetrator, Holes leverages the latest technological advancements from familial and genetic genealogy to latent fingerprint and DNA phenotyping.

Holes travels around the U.S. working with local investigators and experts, including Loni Coombs, Yolanda McClary and Laura Richards, to explore new theories, potential suspects and evidence.

The 90-minute premiere delves into a 1980 murder in Willamsburg, Iowa, where two hotel guests were found bludgeoned to death in their room at a

Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2019/09/20/oxygen-to-debut-the-dna-of-muder-with-paul-holes-from-wilshire-studios/

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