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  • ‘Breaking Bad’ Cast Spills the Secrets

    ‘Breaking Bad’ Cast Spills the Secrets0

    ‘I really thought we could do another 12 episodes,’ says Bryan Cranston. Plus: ‘Better Call Saul’ spinoff will premiere in 2014 Breaking Bad came to its devastating, bloody end two months ago. But according to Bryan Cranston (Walter White), it could’ve stretched even further. “I’m kind of sad that we don’t have another year to go,

  • Mi Casa – “Jika”

    Mi Casa – “Jika”0

    “It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that old time Sophiatown swing!” is the mantra on the award-winning deep house trio’s latest hip-shaker off their new album, “Su Casa”. It’s a delightfully feelgood fable about keeping it real to get the girl of your dreams. 

  • Exclusive: Eddie Murphy on His Return to Music and the Stage

    Exclusive: Eddie Murphy on His Return to Music and the Stage0

    ‘I didn’t want to leave it at ‘Party All the Time,” says Murphy “All I’ve been doing is making music,” says Eddie Murphy. “I haven’t been working on films, haven’t been developing movies, or any of that shit.” Truth is, though he hasn’t released an album for 20 years, Murphy never quit writing and recording

  • ‘Fight Club’ Sequel In the Works as Graphic Novel

    ‘Fight Club’ Sequel In the Works as Graphic Novel0

    Author says the story will be ‘dark and messy’ Author Chuck Palahniuk announced this weekend at Comic-Con that he will write a sequel to Fight Club in graphic novel form, and promised that “it will be dark and messy.” “Tyler is telling the story, lurking inside Jack, and ready to launch a comeback. Jack is oblivious. Marla

  • The Lone Ranger

    The Lone Ranger0

    Why is The Lone Ranger such a huge flop at the box-office? According to the Ranger code: “Never Ask a Question You Already Know the Answer To.” And the answer is really that obvious. Because the movie sucks, that’s why. Your expectations of how bad The Lone Ranger is can’t trump the reality. The wild, wild West is actually

  • Trevor Noah: You Laugh But It’s True

    Trevor Noah: You Laugh But It’s True0

    “People don’t really buy tickets until the day of the show so you don’t even know if you’ve sold enough until you literally walk out onto stage,” Trevor Noah says in this David Paul Meyer-directed documentary. Of course, following the sold-out success of 2012’s That’s Racist we know that bums on seats in S.A. is no longer