Category Archives: EURweb Original Content

  • Reality TV Exposed: Watch the First 9 Minutes of Lifetime’s ‘UnREAL’

    May 29, 15 by Cherie Saunders Leave a comment


    *No one likes to see how the sausage is made, but Lifetime is banking on enough fans of reality television to embrace a scripted series that shows what really goes on behind the scenes with executive producers and producers who do all kinds of dubious things to present the product as “real.” “UnREAL,” premiering Monday at 10 p.m., follows […]

  • Stars Of ‘San Andreas’ Share Disaster Stories (Watch)

    May 29, 15 by FahniaThomas Leave a comment


    *EUR was On The Scene at the Hollywood premiere of “San Andreas,” Dwayne Johnson’s latest action-adventure film, in theaters today. EUR: What would you put in your natural disaster preparedness kit? Todd Williams: Protein powder, some complex carbs, water, and peanut butter because I need my fats. It’s all about the macros! Even if there […]

  • The Film Strip: ‘San Andreas’ and ‘Aloha’ Are Weekend Draws

    May 29, 15 by Marie Moore Leave a comment


    *One wonders what’s the appeal of seeing massive death and destruction over and over again in disaster movies, but when you hear the excitement of the moviegoers, you understand why. Sometimes critics forget films are made for the public and not pundits. Before going any further, it would be remiss  not to say “San Andreas,” […]

  • Paula Abdul on Joining ‘So You Think You Can Dance’: ‘It Took 10 Years’

    May 28, 15 by Cherie Saunders Leave a comment


    *Paula Abdul says her addition to the judging panel on “So You Think You Can Dance” this season is a long time coming, not to mention a no-brainer. When it was announced that Mary Murphy and her Hot Tamale Train would not return for Season 12, producer and fellow judge Nigel Lythgoe finally pulled the […]

  • Steven Ivory: A Remembrance: Bassist Louis Johnson (Photos)

    May 28, 15 by blueolive Comments Off on Steven Ivory: A Remembrance: Bassist Louis Johnson (Photos)


    *It was long after one in the morning, but Louis Johnson was just getting started.  Even so, he was already on fire, alternating between ridiculously funky thumping/slapping /plucking licks and melodic, jazzy finger work, the fiery combination of which looked and sounded supernatural. And I had a front row seat. Not at a concert—that happened […]

  • The Film Strip: ‘Far From Madding Crowd’ is a Crowd Pleaser

    May 28, 15 by Marie Moore Leave a comment


    The box office weekend analysis shows that “Far From the Madding Crowd” has steady gains and it’s no wonder because “Madding” is a crowd pleaser. Also, although a period piece based on the Thomas Hardy classic, it is a timely treat for all those who believe the more things change, the more they remain the […]