Charles Dickens was "outraged" by cheap parodies of his novels which made a Victorian publisher a fortune, a new book reveals. With titles such as "Oliver Twiss", "Nickelas Nickelbery" and "The Penny the
De’Shawn Charles Winslow’s “In West Mills” and Chanelle Benz’s “The Gone Dead” both ponder secrets: what drives some people to guard them with their lives and others to risk everything to uncover them.
John Dean? Really? If this was a Dickens story, John Dean would be playing the Spirit of Scandals Past, the forlorn and decrepit old spirit carted out to warn others. But his warnings are no more than
Here’s some more proof that the Kevin Hart Oscars controversy didn’t hurt Kevin Hart: The comedian and star’s next remake (after this winter’s French remake The Upside) will be no less than Scrooged. Hollywood