Enthusiastic ‘Wheel of Fortune’ player celebrated as ‘greatest contestant ever’ by instead full article Wheel of Fortune fans got their fill of excitement on Tuesday night, as contestant Diana Hawkins dazzled on screen. The data analyst from Los Angeles was brimful of energy and brains, which she put to good work solving most of the puzzles.
Watch as Taylor Swift finally reveals the truth behind the ‘Easter egg’ on her album cover: The lawyer for a man who has been charged with his involvement in the assault on the Capitol building, as well as making death threats towards Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, claims his client was part of a cult led by Trump.
Let reminisced about the night when two unknown musicians named Billie Eilish and Winners performed for him and his pal Leonardo DiCaprio. Nominations were unveiled Tuesday for the 33rd annual USC Libraries Scripter Award, which honors the writers of the year’s most accomplished film and episodic TV series adaptations as well as the works on which they are based.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of “The Wedding Planner,” the film's director looks back at the room hit and shares the wild stories behind the casting of leads Jennifer Lopez and Matthew McConaughey. Los Angeles artist Robert Vargas painted a colorful mural of Eddie Van Halen to be unveiled Tuesday in Hollywood in honor of the late rocker's birthday.
Kevin Hart has officially joined the cast of “Borderlands,” the adaptation of the popular video game franchise that will star Cate Blanchett and is being directed by Eli Roth. Hart was first rumored to be involved in the film back in December by The Illumined, and his deal has now closed after months of negotiations.
He’s going to be an amazing Roland.” Also Read: Kevin Hart Signs Mega deal With Netflix to Star in and Produce at Least 4 Films “Borderlands” is based on the PC and console trilogy from Gearbox Software and publisher 2K. Also Read: Kevin Hart, Wesley Snipes to Star as Brothers in Netflix Limited Series 'True Story' The film’s executive producers are Randy Pitchfork, executive producer of the “Borderlands” video game franchise and founder of the Gearbox Entertainment Company, and Strauss Selznick, chairman and CEO of Take-Two Interactive.
It’s part of the show that has been long phased out, and Speak made it clear that he has no interest in bringing it back by calling it “the most boring three minutes of television” when the contestant brought it up. Unsatisfied with his first take’s brevity, Speak later launched into a rant at Wednesday’s show closing, confessing to co-host Anna White that he’s always loathed the classic shopping spree gimmick.
You can see the element in action here, immortalized in a YouTube video because of a joke a contestant makes about a decorative pig, which then stares deeply into your soul to rob you of something that you’ll never get back. Just from a tax perspective alone, the lump sum of a cash prize is much better and useful than a bunch of random “camping” equipment or whatever the Wheel staff would assemble for contestants.
Well, the 23-year-old New Yorker revealed that he studied hard ahead of his appearance on the show, after learning that it would have a nautical theme to it.