A North Carolina pastor's newborn son died Monday after being delivered by emergency C-section following a car crash on the weekend which also left his 2-year-old son dead.
Pastor Gentry Eddings, wife Hadley and their son Dobbs were traveling home to Charlotte in a caravan on Saturday when the vehicle Hadley and Dobbs were riding in was hit by a truck in Wilmington, according to WCNC.
Hadley, who was 8-months pregnant at the time was rushed to a nearby hospital for an emergency C-Section. Dobbs died in the crash and the newborn only survived two days, according to Forest Hill Church, where Gentry serves as pastor. The couple named the child Reed. more >>
The Batmobile made an appearance on the "Suicide Squad" set in a car chase scene with the Joker and Harley Quinn, giving rise to a major spoiler for the upcoming Warner Bros. film.
A recent car chase scene shot with Jared Leto's the Joker and Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn in the Joker's vehicle showed the Batmobile in hot pursuit, revealing a massive spoiler for DC Entertainment's "Suicide Squad."
According to IGN, it was reported Ben Affleck showed up at the "Suicide Squad" Toronto set in April, and when Batman's car made an appearance during filming this week, fans put two and two together and surmised the caped avenger would have a part, or at the very least, a cameo, in the August 5, 2016 anti-hero film. more >>
TNT's hit science-fiction TV drama series "Falling Skies" has already wrapped up for the final scenes of its upcoming Season 5 which, according to reports will be its last installment.
A report from Enstars shared a series of on-set photos of the show's main characters including Tom (Noah Wyle), Hal (Drew Roy), Ben (Connor Jessup), and Matt (Maxim) along with other cast members like Will Patton (who plays the charater Weaver), Moon Bloodgood (Anne), Sarah Carter (Maggie), and Mpho Koaho (Anthony).
The publication went on to speculate that with the disappearance of the Second Mass, there is a huge possibility that all four members of the Mason Clan will make it through the season. more >>
Executive producer Bryan Fuller recently spoke to press during an interview session held at the Comic-Con International event at San Diego. The conversation covers some essential points as to what the upcoming third season of the hit NBC psychological TV drama series "Hannibal" will offer.
As already reported, the season 3 opener titled "Antipasto" will devote largely to Dr. Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) and his psychiatrist Bedelia (Gillian Anderson), resulting to the absence of the rest of the show's characters.
"I would tell you, but it's so much of the fun of the first episode. That's the whole point of the first episode. You don't see any of the other characters. It's Hannibal and Bedelia. It's the Talented Mr. Lecter and how they live under aliases and how they are navigating away from the FBI," the executive producer said. more >>
A conservative Presbyterian church that was founded in 2012 in response to the growing theological liberalism of the Presbyterian Church (USA) has reached its 200th member congregation.
The Evangelical Covenant Order of Presbyterians gained congregation number 200 when First Presbyterian Church of Griffin, Georgia, joined the denomination earlier this month, following a unanimous vote.
"We have planned for it. We have dreamed about it. The hardest part has been waiting, but the wait is almost over," noted First Presbyterian in their May newsletter. "It will bring deep satisfaction to move into this next chapter together. It will also bring rest. And the truth is, we need both." more >>
Details for Fox's upcoming revival of its hit sci-fi horror TV drama series "The X-Files" have been sparse lately. However, cast member David Duchovny revealed, during a recent interview with the press, that he's already been handed down the first script for the new installment and this is what he has to say about it:
"I got the first script this morning," Duchovny, who plays Fox Mulder, told Entertainment Weekly. "I just read it about an hour ago and I started crying reading the first page. It was just so strange to see the names on the page. It had nothing to do with the script itself … That was nice and strangely emotional for me, and I'll have to figure out how to use that [in the performance]."
When asked further about the material, the actor, who plays opposite with Gillian Anderson's Dana Scully, declined to give away the details. more >>