Bobbi Kristina Brown, the 20-year-old daughter of the late singer Whitney Houston, caused some to speculate about her being a married woman after referring to fiance Nick Gordon as "hubby" recently and now her representatives are clearing up the rumors.
"Well off to sleep with my hubby @nickdgordon prayers before bedtime," Brown tweeted recently. "Godbless you all, till next time chaps . •salutes• (SIC)"
However, Brown's representatives told E! News that she has not wed Gordon just yet. more >>
Margot Robbie, the 23-year-old Australian actress who recently finished filming the movie Focus with famed actor Will Smith, is clearing up rumors about a romantic involvement with the veteran actor.
Speculation about the strength of the 45-year-old actor's union with wife Jada Pinkett Smith began circulating after Will was pictured taking some suggestive pictures with his "Focus" co-star Robbie. After the co-stars became the subject of Star magazine headlines, Robbie took to her Twitter to speak out against the claims.
"Been working non-stop, just catching my breath. There's absolutely no truth to the ridiculous rumor in Star mag," Robbie tweeted. "It's disappointing that goofing around on set could be taken so out of context." more >>
Kris Jenner is opening up about why her estranged husband and Olympic gold medalist Bruce Jenner did not attend her 58th birthday dinner despite reports that the pair are remaining close.
Bruce and Kris, the matriarch of the infamous Kardashian clan that appears on "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," announced their split after 22 years of marriage last month. Kris revealed why he did not attend her birthday gathering even though she invited him.
"Bruce was in Las Vegas working on an electronics type thing that they did, him and Brandon and I think Burt, for a car that they were racing," Kris revealed to E! News recently. "They've been racing cars lately, which is one of his passions, so yes he was invited and I'm sorry you couldn't come, Bruce. You would've had a really good time." more >>
SEATTLE – Christian leaders and pastors attending the Resurgence conference were treated to a first-time public screening of the movie trailer for "Son of God," as presented by "The Bible" TV series producers Roma Downey and Mark Burnett.
"Many people thought that nobody in America, during prime-time TV wants to hear about or watch the Bible. They were so wrong. One-hundred million people tuned in," Burnett told The Christian Post backstage at the R13 conference hosted by Mark Driscoll at Mars Hill Downtown Church last Tuesday and Wednesday. "We knew when we were shooting that the Jesus portion of our 'Bible' series was special and we shot much more footage and we've re-edited many more scenes into a stand-alone feature film called 'Son of God.'"
The film is being released by 20th Century Fox on Feb. 28, 2014. The movie will have a PG-13 rating, but Burnett told those attending the conference that the crucifixion scene will have a justifiable realism to it. more >>
Billy Graham delivered what may be his last address to America last night in a short video entitled "The Cross," in which the world-recognized preacher asked America: "I know where I've come from, I know why I'm here, I know where I'm going, do you?"
Graham's message aired Thursday evening as the pastor celebrated his 95th birthday in Asheville, North Carolina with an estimated 900 attendees, including former vice presidential candidate and Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. The 30-minute message was later made available for viewers to watch online on the My Hope with Billy Graham website, and will be made available in select broadcasting networks this weekend.
At age 95, Graham's most recent message has been dubbed as possibly being his last; the evangelical leader and former spiritual advisor to multiple U.S. presidents has suffered a series of medical ailments, including Parkinson's disease, in his old age. Graham's message in "The Cross" was one of both sadness and hope; the pastor lamented over how greatly America has distanced itself from God, and how he believes the nation is in "great need of a spiritual awakening." more >>
Walden Family Theater returns tonight with the premiere of the family film "Pete's Christmas." Most adults will recognize the concept of the film, and children will be delighted by the idea of reliving Christmas over and over again and seeing familiar faces.
Zachary Gordon, star of "Diary of a Wimpy Kid," is an overlooked young man who feels neglected. He's tired of being the middle child and things only get worse when his grandfather unexpectedly shows up for the holiday. Gordon tries to make the best of things but nothing turns out the way he wants; as a result, Gordon is given the chance to make things right and relives Christmas Day over and over again.
If the concept sounds familiar, adults may remember the film "Groundhog Day" starring Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell. "Groundhog Day" allows Murray's character to relive the same day and evaluate his life and goals. However, it's not a family-friendly movie, even though it promotes a good message about the quality of life. more >>