Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kim Richards has reportedly checked into rehab following a drunken arrest last week — detailsThis article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Kim Richards Checks Into Rehab After Drunken Arrest: Report
Clad in a red gown crafted from both lace and leather, Blake Lively hit the red carpet at the NYC premiere of The Age of Adaline on April 19; see photos of the stunning style here This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Blake Lively Stuns in Lace and Leather at the Age of Adaline Red Carpet Premiere: Swoon Over the Photos!
Bobby Kristina Brown, daughter of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston is “awake” and “no longer on life support” according to her family membersThis article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Bobbi Kristina Brown is “Awake,” “No Longer on Life Support” According to Bobby Brown and Tina Brown
Madonna got her wish (as she revealed to Us Weekly last month) and made out with Drake at Coachella — but how did Drake feel about it? Watch his wild reaction!This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Madonna Makes Out With a Freaked-Out Drake on Coachella Stage: Watch His Wild Reaction!
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Paul Walker’s final movie role in Furious 7 might have inspired fans to re-watch, or check out for the first time, some of his earlier films available online.While none of the previous Fast and Furious films are available for streaming on Netflix or through Amazon’s Prime Instant Video service, all of those titles are available on iTunes and Amazon, with Fast & Furious 6 also available for on-demand streaming by HBO subscribers on HBO Go.Read More ‘Furious 7′ World Premiere Brings Tears and Cheers for Paul WalkerMany of Walker’s non-Fast roles are also streaming. His early film roles as popular high-school teens in Varsity Blues and She’s All That are available on Netflix and (in the case of She’s All That) Amazon’s Prime Instant Video. His more recent, posthumously released movies Hours and Brick Mansions are also streaming. Meanwhile, his well-reviewed 2001 horror movie Joy Ride and first big movie role in Pleasantville are both available on iTunes and Amazon.Pleasantville (1998): One of Walker’s first major movie roles was in this 1998 film starring Tobey Maguire and Reese Witherspoon as two ’90s teenagers transported into a black-and-white TV town that begins to change into color as Maguire and Witherspoon’s characters shake up the wholesome world. Director Gary Ross told Walker he’d been cast when the broke actor showed up at the casting office to pick up his head shots to reuse them for future auditions. He was in disbelief when Ross told him he got the part, exclaiming, “”DUDE! I can turn on MY PHONE!”Where to watch: Amazon (for purchase) and iTunes (for purchase)Read More ‘Furious 7′ and How Peter Jackson’s Weta Created Digital Paul WalkerVarsity Blues (1999): Walker played star quarterback Lance Harbor in this teen movie about high-school football in West Canaan, Texas. When Walker’s character suffers a serious knee injury, backup John Moxon (James Van Der Beek) takes over and quickly becomes the toast of the town.Where to watch: Amazon (for rent or purchase), iTunes (for rent or purchase) and NetflixShe’s All That (1999): Just weeks after Varsity Blues hit theaters, Walker was back as another high schooler, this time playing popular kid Dean, who bets Freddie Prinze Jr.’s Zack that he can’t turn gawky Laney (Rachael Leigh Cook) into the prom queen.Where to watch: Amazon Prime Instant Video (also for rent or purchase), iTunes (for rent or purchase) and NetflixJoy Ride (2001): Walker co-starred with Steve Zahn in this well-reviewed 2001 horror film about a cross-country road trip that turns into a nightmarish attempt to escape a psychotic truck driver.Where to watch: Amazon (for rent or purchase) and iTunes (for rent or purchase)Read More SXSW: Paul Walker Looms Large Over ‘Furious 7′ PremiereHours (2013): Walker’s first posthumously released film hit theaters less than two weeks after the actor died in a tragic car crash. In this survival story, set in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Walker plays a new father trying to keep his baby daughter alive.Where to watch: Amazon Prime Instant Video (also for purchase), iTunes (for purchase) and NetflixBrick Mansions (2014): In another posthumous release, Walker played undercover cop Damien Collier in this action film set in a futuristic, lawless part of Detroit.Where to watch: Amazon (for rent or purchase), iTunes (for rent or purchase) and NetflixEarlier Fast and Furious Movies: Walker played Brian O’Conner in all but the third Fast and Furious film, Tokyo Drift. The lucrative franchise, which was launched in 2001, made a big comeback in 2009, when the fourth film was released. All of the previous racing titles are available on Amazon and iTunes, with the sixth film also streaming for HBO subscribers via HBO Go.Where to watch: Amazon (for rent or purchase), iTunes (for rent or purchase), HBO Go (Fast & Furious 6)
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Celebs got in on the April Fools’ Day fun on Wednesday, posting tricks on social media — see contributions from Catherine Giudici and even Newt Gingrich!This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Catherine Giudici’s Pregnant Belly, Newt Gingrich’s Change of Politics: See Stars’ April Fools’ Day Tricks!
The 2015 Kids’ Choice Awards aired on Saturday, Mar. 28, with host Nick Jonas — check out the complete list of winners!This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Kids’ Choice Awards 2015: Complete List of Winners!
NCAA March Madness: Notre Dame 1st to advance to Elite 8
36-year Elite 8 drought endsThe Associated Press Posted: Mar 26, 2015 9:28 PM ET Last Updated: Mar 26, 2015 9:28 PM ETThird-seeded Notre Dame faced off against No. 7 Wichita State. (David Richard/The Associated Press)Related StoriesBRACKET: NCAA men’s basketball tournament
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Sweet Sixteen action began with Notre Dame ending a 36-year Elite Eight drought with a win over seventh-seeded Wichita State, while there were no surprises as No. 1 Wisconsin also advanced by beating North Carolina.(3) Notre Dame 81, (7) Wichita State 70Demetrius Jackson scored 20 points and the third-seeded Irish dominated Wichita State 81-70 in the Midwest regional semifinals on Thursday night to advance to the Elite Eight for the first time in 36 years.The Irish (32-5) shot 75 per cent (18 of 24) in the second half, easily pulling away from the seventh-seeded Shockers (30-5) after Wichita State took its first and only lead on a layup by Darius Carter early in the second half. Pat Connaughton added 16 points and 10 rebounds for Notre Dame and Jerian Grant had nine points and 11 assists.(1) Wisconsin 79, (4) North Carolina 72Sam Dekker scored a career-high 23 points, Frank Kaminsky added 19 and top-seeded Wisconsin rallied in the final 10 minutes to hold off North Carolina 79-72 Thursday night and advance to the final eight of the NCAA Tournament.Zak Showalter came off the bench to score six points in the Badgers’ 19-7 comeback run that sent them into the West Regional final Saturday against either No. 2 seed Arizona or sixth-seeded Xavier.
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