Longtime actor Ralph Waite, star of the classic television series ‘The Waltons’, and more recently known for his guest starring roles on ‘Bones’ and ‘NCIS’, passed away Thursday afternoon in his California home at the age of 85.
If you're like some of us around here, you mostly watch the Super Bowl for the hilarious commercials and the awesome new movie trailers. But there's one you won't be seeing on TV: Scarlett Johansson's Super Bowl commercial for SodaStream, which was banned from airing during the upcoming game.
While it was reported that the director and writer of the upcoming ‘Fast and Furious’ film had decided to retire Paul Walker’s character out of respect for the deceased actor, the writer is saying no plans have been made.
At the CES Press Event earlier today, extreme action director Michael Bay was brought out to speak about Samsung's new 105 inch curved HDTV. Unfortunately, there were teleprompter issues and Bay decided he’d had enough and walked off stage
Since Paul Walker's death in late November, a regular question has been the ultimate fate of his character Brian O'Conner in the upcoming "Fast and Furious 7". Sources have reported that Universal has decided to retire the character and give O'Conner, and Walker, a fitting send off.
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