New Dystopian Horror Film Causes Mass Walkout In It’s First-Ever Viewing

A polarising new body horror from the mind of David Cronenberg proved too much to stomach for some grossed-out viewers. I can just about handle Jaws – maybe Final Destination at an absolute push – so I can't imagine how I would react when faced with repulsive body mutations, weird organ growths and strangely sexual surgery scenes in Cronenberg's Crimes of the Future. I'd probably be reaching for a bucket.

Lovestruck High: Next Episode Release Date, Reviews and Cast

Have you been watching Lovestruck High? The brand new British reality dating show follows a unique form, sending UK singles to a fake American high school setting for a chance at finding love. The series was filmed in Devon, UK, a seemingly unlikely setting, but actually rather fitting with its luscious green backdrop of hills and woods.

What Is John Illsley's Net Worth In 2022?

Dire Straits are one of the world’s best-selling bands, and came out with some of the most popular rock hits in British history, including ‘Sultans of Swing’, ‘Romeo and Juliet’, and ‘Walk of Life’. John Illsley was central to that iconic sound as...

Amber Heard Witness Drops Huge Aquaman 2 Spoiler During Trial

An expert witness for Amber Heard has given away what appears to be a huge spoiler for Aquaman 2, having spoken about plot details of the film in relation to claims that the star’s role was ‘pared down’. Entertainment industry consultant Kathryn Arnold was called to the...

What Is Lana Rhoades’ Net Worth In 2022?

Lana Rhoades is an American former adult film actress who, following on from her success in the industry, claims that she was "taken advantage of" and discourages people from pursuing the same career choice. Lana, whose real name is Amara Maple, is now an entrepreneur, podcast host and more recently a mother to her baby son Milo.

What Is David Letterman's Net Worth In 2022?

David Letterman, 75, is one of the biggest names in television. Letterman was a late night talk show host for 33 years, beginning in 1982, he hosted Late Night with David Letterman on NBC until 1993 and The Late Show with David Letterman on CBS from 1993 until Stephen Colbert succeeded him in 2015.