Category Archive : Entertainment

UK’s E! Entertainment Couples Up With USA Network’s Reboot Of ‘Temptation Island’

UK’s E! Couples Up With USA Network’s Reboot Of ‘Temptation Island’

E! Entertainment in the UK is to air the latest U.S. reboot of Temptation Island.

The Sky-backed broadcaster has acquired season one, which launched in January, and season two, which was ordered in February of the dating format from Banijay Rights.

The show, which is produced by Banijay Studios North America, airs on the USA Network with Mark L. Walberg, host of the original Fox series. The show follows four dating couples who test the strength of their relationships as they move to an exotic island alongside a group of sexy singletons in search of love.

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Meet celebrity chefs, sample goodies at USA Today's Wine & Food Experience, Sept 7

Meet celebrity chefs, sample goodies at USA Today’s Wine & Food Experience, Sept 7

Meet celebrity chefs, explore regional cuisines and sip fine wines at 10 events across America. Visit wineandfood.usatoday.com. USA Today Wine & Food Experience, USA Today Wine & Food Experience

Interested in sampling food from 30 top Brooklyn restaurants in just one afternoon?

Consider attending the Sept. 7 USA TODAY Wine & Food Experience featuring a host of local and national chefs, food celebrities and, naturally, lots of food, wine, craft beer and spirits along with cooking demos.

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Yasiel Puig, traded to Indians, gets in a brawl in the final game with Reds

Yasiel Puig, traded to Indians, gets in a brawl in the final game with Reds

Yasiel Puig played his final game in Cincinnati as a Red on Tuesday night and went out fighting.

Puig got ejected after a bench-clearing brawl broke out in the ninth inning of Tuesday night’s game between the Reds and the Pittsburgh Pirates.

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What Do The Original ‘Lion King’ Animators Think Of The Remake

What Do The Original ‘Lion King’ Animators Think Of The Remake?

As if it’s 1994 all over again, “The Lion King” is monopolizing pop culture. For two consecutive weeks, Disney’s pseudo-live-action remake has conquered the box office, already accumulating $1 billion in global grosses. This time around, no one can claim they’re surprised

Audiences may be satisfied with Jon Favreau’s photorealistic take on Simba and the gang, but what about the animators responsible for the original? After all, much of the new film mimics their imagery shot for shot, which is either a welcome dose of technologically sophisticated nostalgia or a creatively inert exercise in uncanny redundancy.

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