The West Memphis Three made national headlines and found itself the subject of two documentaries -- 'Paradise Lost' and 'West of Memphis' -- but now the tragically true-to-life story has been brought to life with the debut of the new 'Devil's Knot' trailer.
Just over half way through 'American Horror Story: Coven,' and series star Jessica Lange has made it abundantly clear her intent to leave with the confirmed fourth season's end in early 2015. And while casting for future installments of the FX horror-drama remains up in the air for now, series creator Ryan Murphy has some surprising choices for future stars in mind to fill the void, among them Reese Witherspoon, Michelle Pfeiffer and Michael Chiklis!
When 'The Intern' was first announced last year, the latest film from writer-director Nancy Meyers was set to star Tina Fey in the lead role. But it seems Fey has dropped out and Reese Witherspoon will take her place (even though we all know no one could ever really replace Tina Fey). Joining Witherspoon in the upcoming film is Robert De Niro, who's been really into comedies lately.
'Iron Man 3' hit theaters today, and since the film stars Gwyneth Paltrow, the conversation naturally turns once again to why so many people hate her, inspiring some to defend her much like we've done for Anne Hathaway in the past. And with Reese Witherspoon's recent arrest video made public, the jokes about her personal life just keep coming -- but why don't we ever have to defend male celebrities?
It's like 'Stand By Me' for a new generation.
At this point, we're starting to understand that all one needs to do to sell a pilot these days is to pick any work of classic literature, chop words off the title, and set it in the modern day. 'Alice in Wonderland' becomes 'Wunderland,' even Green Arrow comics become 'Arrow,' so what's the latest hack n' slash adaptation coming to The CW? Why, an adaptation of Charles Dickens' 'Great Expectations' of course, courtesy of Reese Witherspoon! Guess which word they chop off!
As if we needed another self-help book adaptation after 'What to Expect When You're Expecting.' But this one somehow already sounds worse -- the best-selling book 'Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus' by John Gray is getting its own film, starring Reese Witherspoon, and it just picked up a director... which means it's really happening.