Jinger Duggar celebrated a milestone birthday on Sunday, turning 21, and celebrating in Duggar fashion rather than going to any bars.
"Today, December 21st is Jinger's 21st birthday," the Duggar family posted to Facebook. "We are so thankful for her love for Jesus and her sweet personality. She is precious to us in every way! Cute little Jinger! Can't believe she's all grown up … Today we're celebrating her 21st birthday! Such a beautiful young lady – inside and out!"
The rest of Jinger's family took time out of their schedules to wish their sibling a happy, memorable birthday. more >>
Mike Myers' infamous villain persona took over the set of "Saturday Night Live" this weekend, interrupting the opening sketch to bring a message to North Korea and Sony Pictures.
Dr. Evil, the antagonist of the Mike Myers' comedic film franchise "Austin Powers," interrupted the opening sketch of "A Very Somber Christmas With Sam Smith."
After receiving a strong ovation from the live studio audience, Myers as Dr. Evil expressed his protestations against all the parties involved in the recent decision by Sony to pull the film "The Interview" from various theaters over a hacker threat. more >>
A new recording from the Christian duo For King and Country is now available online and featured in Roma Downey and Mary Burnett's new series "A.D."
For King & Country, formerly known as Joel & Luke, recorded a rendition of the song "By Our Love" specifically for the "A.D." soundtrack. The latest from the Nashville-based brothers can be heard on the new trailer for the television series, which heads to NBC on Easter Sunday 2015. Downey, who co-produced "A.D." with her husband Burnett, released a statement announcing the exciting development on the soundtrack.
"We are very excited to share our new A.D. music video with Christian Post viewers. Through For KING and COUNTRY's powerful rendition of "By our love" reminds us this is the way Jesus changes the world," said Downey to The Christian Post. "During our Christmas celebration we rejoice in how God incarnated His compassion for all humanity and he launched a revolution of love that has transformed the lives of billions of people." more >>
The television station that will air the reality TV program featuring a family with 19 children has been honored by a conservative entertainment watchdog group.
UP TV, which will carry the program "Bringing Up Bates" next month, has a history of being honored by the Parents Television Council for its station's content.
Roma Downey was named one of the 100 Women in Entertainment Power by The Hollywood Reporter this year, commemorating her hard work on the "Bible" series, "Son of God" and the upcoming "A.D."
The list of influential women, which also includes Oprah Winfrey, Angelina Jolie, and Lena Dunham, recognizes recipients' achievements in the entertainment industry. Downey lands at number 91, on the list which comes as no surprise since the "Touched By An Angel" star and her husband, Mark Burnett, produced the most-watched series ever featured on the History Channel last year ... the "Bible" series.
Furthermore, Downey and Burnett were also behind this year's film "Son of God," which soared at the box office and earned almost $60 million. The power couple's work does not end there. In 2015, the pair will release their latest production, "A.D.," which picks up where the "Bible" series left off. more >>
With the start of the New Year comes new releases on Netflix. The streaming service has a lot in store for movie and TV fans everywhere as it has just announced the shows and films which will be making its debut on Netflix by January 2015.
Fans of "Friends" will be happy to know that they can hang out with Ross, Rachel, Monica, Chandler, Phoebe, and Joey and binge watch all 10 seasons of the show starting January 1. Meanwhile, a big favorite—"Mean Girls"—will be making its return to the Netflix on the same day. And before seeing Ben Affleck's portrayal of Batman in "Batman v. Superman," fans of the character can watch George Clooney as the Caped Crusader in "Batman & Robin" which also stars Chris O'Donnell, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Uma Thurman and Alicia Silverstone.
On the same month, viewers can also watch Tom Hanks as a Fed Ex executive who crash lands on a deserted island and copes with his new surroundings and the crushing loneliness in his own way in "Cast Away." Those who want a few laughs can watch "Wayne's World 2" starring Mike Myers, Dana Carvey, Christopher Walken and Tia Carrere in this 90s comedy adapted from Myers and Carvey's "Saturday Night Live" sketches. more >>