Chris Stone, the Faith Drive Consumer founder and certified brand specialist, responded to Paramount and the National Religious Broadcaster's decision to release an "explanatory message" to the upcoming film "Noah."
Paramount complied with requests by a religious broadcasters group in applying an "explanatory message" to the studio's upcoming Biblical epic, "Noah."
Beauty queen, Emma Coronel Aispuro, is attracting widespread media attention this week following the arrest of her husband, infamous drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.
Justin Bieber's mother Pattie Mallette remains silent about her son's recent DUI arrest in Florida, but sources close to her confirm she has "hope and belief" that Bieber "will come out of anything he deals with."
New York City Public Schools Open: Officials Refuse to Close Schools Despite Declaring State of Emergency - Parents, Toddlers Sent Into Snow Blizzard
New York City officials are coming under heavy criticism for their decision to keep New York City public schools open on Thursday despite freezing snow blizzards hitting the region dumping more than a foot of snow in many areas. While thousands of parents and toddlers as young as 5-years-old worked their way through the blizzards, New York Gov. Cuomo declared a state of emergency.
The hit family film "Grace Unplugged" is now available on DVD just days after winning The Movieguide Award's Epiphany Prize as the Most Inspiring Film of the Year.
A coffee shop modeled after Starbucks but with the word "Dumb" in front of it was shut down Monday by the health inspector, just days after opening.
Philip Seymour Hoffman's death on Sunday continues to send shockwaves through Hollywood, but answers surrounding the tragedy are still unavailable following the actor's autopsy report on Wednesday.
The cast and crew of "Criminal Minds" are celebrating the hit drama's 200th episode this Wednesday, Jan 5, and it is sure to be a good one.
George Clooney recently admitted that he prefers directing over acting, as demonstrated in his latest film, "Monuments Men."
CNN anchor Carol Costello lost her temper with Atlanta officials including Mayor Kasim Reed after the city was gridlocked in traffic due to a surprise snow storm this week.
Oprah Winfrey rang in her 60th birthday this week and is letting her fans in on her celebration with an emotional account of her life.
Jay Leno broke the silence on his late night show going off the air next month in a recent interview.
"Gimme Shelter" offers a stunning look at adolescent homelessness and pregnancy in a film that reminds us of the meaning of compassion and the importance of hope, in theaters today.
Mark Ruffalo offered "Avengers" fans a hint at what the upcoming sequel film will include when it hits theaters next year.
Tom Brady recently admitted that he "couldn't care less" about the upcoming Super Bowl, according to reports on Wednesday.
Katy Perry opened up about answered prayers, marriage, and her boyfriend John Mayer in an interview this week.
Kate Gosselin and her teenaged twin daughters displayed a typical mother/daughter relationship during a live televised interview on Wednesday.
Kylie Bisutti, the Victoria's Secret model that left the industry because of her Christian views, announced details about the imminent birth of her first child this week.
Barbara Bush was released from Houston Methodist Hospital on Saturday, a family spokesperson said.
Lisa Robin Kelly died almost six months ago, but the cause of her death was finally revealed this week.
Paul Walker's character is to be "retired" instead of killed off in the upcoming "Fast & Furious" film, according to several reports on Sunday.
Pope Francis issued a blessing on New Year's Day Wednesday urging listeners to accept one another's differences.
Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William are celebrating Christmas with other members of the royal family this year, including their son Prince George.
Kaley Cuoco is showering the ones she loves with presents this Christmas, including her parents, Layne Ann and Gary Cuoco.