By Tom Fisher
Ever wanted to know what happened to Canadian duo Death From Above 1979 10 years ago? Life After…holds all the answers. …read more
Source:: Music News UK Reviews
Like Serena van der Woodsen when she’s choosing the wrong guy on Gossip Girl, Red Reddington (James Spader) is on a mission and will stop at nothing to get what he wants, in this case, his wife Naomi (Mary-Louise Parker) back alive. Unfortunately, she’s busy chilling with the one-handed man (aka Berlin) who has an affinity for removing her body parts and sending them to her fedora-wearing ex, and who likes to dress like an extra from The Godfather.
The second episode of The Blacklist‘s sophomore season began with Red calling in his favorite cleaner, Mr. Kaplan, to wipe up after he took out three men in pursuit of his wife. Despite her warnings, Red’s a man on a mission (not that it stops him from getting a flawless manicure).
As they always seem to be, Agent Keen (Megan Boone) and Red’s cases cross when the Monarch Douglas National Bank in Warsaw, Poland is attacked by a group of men who look like they’re trying to avoid ebola. The problem is the bank is famous for laundering the money of the criminal elite without any trace of accounting, but if Monarch’s system is breached, the FBI will have access to the accounts of some of the world’s biggest criminals.
While checking out surveillance video courtesy of computer wizard Aram (Amir Arison), Keen and Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) notice that an additional “robber” leaves the bank with scared, feminine-looking eyes. But when they find her, she’s a little more peeved about the police ruining her escape mission.
Turns out homegirl has an extremely eidetic memory and can recall all of the bank’s account information — and what she ate in mid-December a few years ago. But right when Ressler is getting to the bottom of her story, Keen is attacked by another agent who has clearly gone rogue. Sadly the soundproof questioning window prevents Ressler from hearing Keen’s struggle on the other side. It isn’t until she shoots a hole through the window that he turned his ginger-haired head toward his partner. Too bad the prescription pills he’s been downing have slowed down his reflexes (don’t do drugs, kids).
Now they’re on the run from the corrupt Polish police, and their Beautiful Mind patient is slowing them down with a gunshot wound. Red hooks them up with a boxcar …read more
Source:: US Magazine entertainment
They filled the historic Aman Canal Grande Venice with love and celebration as they tied the knot on Saturday (September 27) and now George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin are ready to let the world see their amazing ceremony.
In the new issue of People, the “Ocean’s Eleven” actor and his lovely wife look stunning in an Armani tuxedo and an Oscar de la Renta gown, respectively.
And when asked what it’s like to be married, Clooney told the magazine, “It feels pretty damn great!”
Meanwhile, George’s new mother-in-law Baria Alamuddin gushed, “George and Amal radiated love all night. The wedding was so unbelievably special, it was legendary. These three days – the friends, the families, the atmosphere, everything – will stay with me all the rest of my life.”
During the wedding, Baria gave a short speech- “I said, ‘George, we love you truly, deeply and sincerely. We enjoy your charm, your wit, intelligent conversation and generosity. You are simply perfect.’ ”
Giorgio Armani even chimed in- “It is a privilege and a pleasure for me to dress him for this occasion, in which he stars in the most important role: that of the groom.”
And George returned the compliment- “[Giorgio is] the class act of all class acts. He’s been a good friend for many years and the night wouldn’t be complete without him.”