Michelle Pfeiffer and David E. Kelley Have Been a Power Couple For Nearly 25 Years

September 20, 2017

Michelle Pfeiffer and David E. Kelley are two of the biggest names in Hollywood – Michelle for her blockbuster movies and David for his work as a writer and producer on award-winning shows – but the only thing sweeter than their long-lasting careers is their long-lasting marriage. The couple first met in January 1993 when their mutual friend, Kate Guinzburg, set them up on a blind date. Their connection was so instantaneous that they ended up tying the knot that November.

Aside from sharing a handful of sweet moments on the red carpet together, they are also parents to two children, an adopted daughter named Claudia Rose and a son named John Henry. See the couple’s best moments over the past two decades ahead.

ONTD Original: The Original Losers Club 27 Years Later

September 13, 2017

Given the success of the film adaptation, I thought it’d be interesting to look up what the child actors from the miniseries are doing now.

Again, this is just the kid actors.

1. Jonathan Brandis as Bill

Unfortunately, Brandis took his own life back in 2003 at the age of 27.

After IT (where he was 14 at the time), Brandis went on to have bit roles here and there (like a voice acting role in the animated Aladdin series and a starring role in NeverEnding Story II) until he finally landed a recurring role in SeaQuest 2032 at the age of 17. After that was cancelled, he got the occasional movie though nothing very large (his role in Hart’s War was minor and most of it ended up on the cutting room floor).

2. Emily Perkins as Bev

Since starring in IT at 13, Perkins has continued to appear regularly in several films/tv shows including Ginger Snaps, Da Vinci’s Inquest, She’s the Man, Juno, and Supernatural. Her last film was in 2014, but she still makes regular appearances at conventions.

She’s currently married to film professor Ernest Mathjis, who also writes books about cult films

3. Brandon Crane as Ben

Crane’s other most notable role was as Doug Porter on The Wonder Years. Otherwise, he hasn’t really acted much which is fine since he seems to be doing quite well building websites for companies. He’s built sites for Horizon Growers Pistachios, Sandisk, and Penguin Random House among others. He’s also pretty active on twitter

He and his wife currently run the design agency Solid Fuel Creative

4. Marlon Taylor as Mike Hanlon

Taylor was in the short lived series “You Take the Kids” and had minor roles on other shows like Sister, Sister in 1994. According to IMDB, he didn’t have any roles from then until the movie Know Thy Enemy in 2009. He still didn’t get too many roles afterwards, but his next role will be as a zombie on Z-Nation.

According to his twitter account, he lives in Seattle and is an “Actor, father, family man, creative old soul, poet, husband, lover, the good the bad and the ugly.”

5. Seth Green as Richie

Does it really have to be said? The most well known of the child cast who is still working in Hollywood whether it’s acting or producing. His directorial debut, Changeland, is currently in post-production

6. Adam Faraizl as Eddie

Last acting credit was in 1992 with a sequel to Where the Red Fern Grows. He went to college and graduated with a degree in Pacific & Asian Studies from the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada.

He currently works in the restaurant service industry as a bar manager in Seattle.

7. Ben Heller as Stanley

IT was the only thing Heller acted in. He’s participating in a documentary about IT, but otherwise, he’s off the grid.


Kit and Emilia’s Chemistry Has Been a Thing For Years, and There’s a Video to Prove It

August 25, 2017

Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington are getting Game of Thrones fans all hot and bothered with their onscreen chemistry (hot because we love them together, bothered because their characters are related). While the two have only recently begun to share scenes together on the show, their close friendship started back when the world was first introduced to Westeros in 2011. While there’s no denying Kit and Emilia’s natural chemistry, they aren’t a couple in real life (Kit is dating former GOT costar Rose Leslie). But that still doesn’t mean they haven’t innocently flirted from time to time.

One such incident was during a 2012 photo shoot for Rolling Stone with part of the cast. In addition to dancing together and Kit staring affectionately at Emilia, the shoot’s photographer, Peggy Sirota, posted a photo from that day on Instagram four years later, revealing the two stars shared a spur of the moment kiss. “I asked them to kiss, I suppose love was in the air, & I was just lucky enough to be there,” she wrote. Watch the behind-the-scenes throwback video above to further fuel your love for Kit and Emilia’s friendship!

Remember 10 Years Ago When Prince William and Kate Middleton Were “On a Break?”

July 29, 2017

Looking at the Cambridge family on the Buckingham Palace balcony at Trooping the Colour earlier this month, it’s easy to forget that 10 years ago, Prince William and Kate Middleton’s relationship was not on the most stable ground. At that time, the pair had been together for around four years, but with both still in their mid-20s and Kate based in London while William was living in army barracks in Dorset, their relationship faltered – and at the end of March 2007, they went their separate ways.

Luckily, the split was short-lived, and they both learned from it. Kate later said in their engagement interview, “At the time I wasn’t very happy about it, but it actually made me a stronger person. You find out things about yourself that maybe you hadn’t realized. I think you can get quite consumed by a relationship when you are younger, and I really valued that time for me as well although I didn’t think it at the time.” By the time William and Harry hosted the Concert For Diana in July, the couple were back together. But what did they both get up to during their time apart?

Why Grace Kelly’s “Wedding of the Century” Still Blows Our Minds 61 Years Later

June 22, 2017

When you think of an opulent royal wedding, Prince William and Kate Middleton or Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s lavish London nuptials probably come to mind. Long before either of those couples tied the knot, however, a different royal pair made waves with their mind-blowing wedding celebration: Grace Kelly and Monaco’s Prince Rainier III. The couple first met at the Cannes Film Festival in 1955 and were engaged a few months later. Their glamorous wedding was held soon afterward on April 18, 1956, and remains one of the most glamorous affairs in royal history. Let’s take a look back at why it had jaws on the floor back then and still blows our minds 61 years later.