When not co-hosting alongside the ladies of "The View," Candace Cameron Bure is out and about on a promotional tour for her upcoming series premiere, "Fuller House." During a recent sit down at "Fox & Friends" on Wednesday morning, the actress shared her strong views on feminism and women who are pro-life.
Admitting that she has yet to choose a presidential candidate to vote for, Bure discussed the comments of former secretary of state Madeleine Albright's: "There's a special place in hell for women who don't help each other," Albright stated in an effort to get women to support Hillary Clinton's candidacy.
The actress was noticeably upset by Albright's comment for her casual mention of hell and proceeded to share her opinion on feminism. more >>
"The Real Housewives of Dallas" cast members have been unveiled two months ahead of the Bravo reality show's scheduled premiere.
After a long time of waiting and allowing rumors to brew, the cast of "The Real Housewives of Dallas" has finally been announced. Marie Reyes, a friend of the Housewives, described what it was like trying to keep the details under wraps before the official announcement, according to CBS Local.
In an interview with CBS11's Brooke Rogers, Reyes said it was quite difficult for them to wait and keep silent about "The Real Housewives of Dallas." more >>
Just days after The Pirate Bay added support for the plugin Torrents Time, Kickass Torrents has followed suit and now has the plugin that will allow users to stream movies and television shows directly inside a browser.
Kickass Torrents has joined the growing number of torrents site that now supports the plugin Torrents Time to make streaming movies and TV shows a lot easier. In addition, users can also directly cast video playback to a big screen by using Chromecast, DLNA, or AirPlay, according to BGR.
Users no longer need to install a BitTorrent client to download and open a torrent. Once the Torrents Time plugin is installed, they can just download and play the files with a single click, VentureBeat explains. more >>
"Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" cast member Erica Dixon will not be coming back for season 5 and she has revealed the reason behind her departure from the show.
Fans are now expecting "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" season 5 to premiere on VH1. While there are some returning cast members, longtime favorite Erica Dixon will not be one of them, according to the Latin Post.
Among the stars returning to "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" season 5 are Joseline Hernandez, her estranged husband Stevie J, Karlie Redd, and K. Michelle, the report details. more >>
"The Winds of Winter" fans have been waiting for a long time for the book's release date, and now the latest rumors say writer George R.R. Martin is bringing in a co-author to help him finish the story.
Renowned fantasy author George R.R. Martin is keeping fans suspended over the release date of his upcoming book "The Winds of Winter" and they are hoping that it will come out before "Game of Thrones" season 6 premieres. Unfortunately, Martin previously announced that he might not be able to finish the book on time.
In his live journal, Martin explained that he initially thought that he would be able to finish the book on time, but he ended up disappointed in his failure to meet his 2015 timeline. However, he assured his fans that he will do his best to craft the story in the best way possible and he estimates the release to be three months after he finishes the manuscript, Vine Report says. more >>
The last episode of "The Flash" finally brought fans to the Earth-2, making things a little more interesting for the series' main characters such as Barry, Cisco and Caitlin. The show's executive producers, Aaron and Todd Helbing spoke about the events that happened in the episode "Welcome to Earth-2" and what its implications are for the rest of the season, according to an IGN report.
In "Welcome to Earth-2," fans find out that Barry and Iris are married in the alternate universe, alt Barry is a totally different character, and Cisco and Caitlin have evil personas in Earth-2. A glimpse of a new villain, Zoom, is also shown in the episode, and he is seen as one who is obsessed with stealing The Flash's speed.
According to the report, while Earth-2 Barry and his character was not properly explored in this episode, the executive producers assured fans that he will have his chance to show who he is and how different he is from Earth-1 Barry. Todd said that Jesse characterized alt Barry as "selfish" which hints at what is going to happen to him in the next episode. more >>