OJ Prosecutor Marcia Clark Emerges: Trial A Nightmare For Me Every Single Day

Marcia Clark, former Los Angeles County prosecutor who failed at convicting O.J. Simpson in his notorious murder case, has emerged to relive her glory days of the 1994-95 trial on Dateline.

Clark admitted that the trial “was a nightmare for me every single day.” Simpson was ultimately acquitted of killing ex-wife Nicole Brown and her male companion, Ron Goldman.

Marcia clark 2016

Of the fans cheering for Simpson roadside during notorious white Bronco chase, Clark says: “I thought, ‘Oh my god, this is not good. … He has murdered two innocent people, slaughtered them, and you’re cheering his escape?’ Continue reading

Straight Outta Compton TV SERIES Coming To FX!

Hit movie, “Straight Outta Compton” is coming to a TV near you! FX Networks just bought the exclusive U.S. commercial TV premiere rights to the popular NWA biopic.

Universal’s rap drama boasts the fifth-highest August premiere of all time and the biggest August debut for an R-rated film.

Straight Outta Compton

FX Networks also secured TV rights this year to “Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation,” “Minions,” “Jurassic World” and “Furious 7.” Continue reading


Ben Woolf, the actor best known for his work on “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” was involved in a freak accident in Hollywood.

Woolf remains in critical condition on Saturday after being hit in the head while walking on Hollywood Boulevard by a passing vehicle’s side mirror.

Ben Woolf accident scene

The accident occurred Thursday night on Hollywood Boulevard just east of U.S. 101, police Officer Drake Madison said. Continue reading

Brits lie about “The Godfather”

Godfather Brits lie about The Godfather

“Rio” may have taken the box office crown this week, but a 40 year old gangster classic is a movie so good that people often lie about seeing it.

Francis Ford Coppola’s “The Godfather” was the top film that Brits lied about having seen, according to UK video rental company LOVEFiLM. In a poll of 1500 people, 80% admitted to having lied about seeing the 1972 classic. Americans never lie about such things, so we’re pretty safe, but the rest of the list is bound to spark some debate.

1.  The Godfather

2. Casablanca

3. Taxi Driver

4. 2001: A Space Odyssey

5. Reservoir Dogs

6. This Is Spinal Tap

7. Apocalypse Now

8. Goodfellas

=8. Blade Runner

10. The Great Escape

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