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Religion News: Faith-based movies big hits at box office - Bastrop Daily Enterprise
It’s been a good year for faith-based films. “Heaven is for Real,” based on the book by Todd Burpo and produced by megachurch pastor T.D. Jakes, took in a stellar $21.5 million over the Easter weekend, according to Rentrak, which compiles box-office ...
Morning Minutes, April 24 - Bastrop Daily Enterprise
Join this world wide social experiment to see which famous people out there you look like or how much you look like your favorite celeb. Number to Know 5,000: The United States Library of Congress was established when President John Adams signed ...
Arrow Postmortem: Who Paid the Ultimate Price for Oliver's Sins? - Bastrop Daily Enterprise
Knowing that there was no way they could all survive this ordeal, Moira made the ultimate sacrifice and offered herself up. "It was only going to be powerful if Slade really changed the game by doing something truly monstrous," executive producer Andrew ...
American Idol: Who Blew the Judges Away? - Bastrop Daily Enterprise
American Idol has officially entered the homestretch. With less than a month to go in Season 13, we're at the point where each contestant will have to tackle not one, but two songs per show. Tonight's theme? "A little bit country, a little bit rock 'n' roll."
Netflix Orders a Spanish-Language Soccer, Er, Futbol Comedy - Bastrop Daily Enterprise
Netflix has apparently been spending some quality time with Rosetta Stone, as its next original series will be en Español. The streaming service has ordered 13 episodes of an as-yet-untitled Spanish-language comedy from director Gaz Alazraki. The show's ...
Exclusive: USA, Mariska Hargitay Team Up for an SVU Marathon with a Cause - Bastrop Daily Enterprise
"I am grateful to USA for their courage, vision and generosity in joining us to say NO MORE to domestic violence and sexual assault," Hargitay said in a statement. "Being part of NO MORE from the beginning has been a great privilege. Society continues to ...
Watch the First Scene from Orange Is the New Black Season 2 - Bastrop Daily Enterprise
"We had a theme for season 2. A little darker, a little more fractured," creator Jenji Kohan told the magazine. "We wanted to explore the groups one at a time. It was getting a little summer-campy, and we wanted to address the realities that this is prison ...
Exclusive: Royal Pains Adds Alpha House Alum for Mysterious Recurring Role - Bastrop Daily Enterprise
Royal Pains has tapped Alpha House alum Willa Fitzgerald for a recurring role the show's upcoming sixth season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. Fitzgerald will play Emma, a mysterious young woman who shows up in the Hamptons with a hidden past and a ...
Parks and Recreation Finale: Will Leslie Take the Job in Chicago? - Bastrop Daily Enterprise
Would Pawnee fall apart if Parks and Recreation's Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) actually took the Parks Department job in Chicago? Five years ago, the Parks Department would've quickly fallen into chaos without the quirky and compassionate bureaucrat. But now ...
The Following's Valorie Curry: "Emma Is Joe Carroll's Greatest Victim" - Bastrop Daily Enterprise
R.I.P. Emma Hill. The protégé, lover and literal partner-in-crime of Joe Carroll (James Purefoy) on The Following met a gruesome end on the penultimate episode of Season 2 Monday, when she was killed by Joe's vengeful ex-wife Claire (Natalie Zea). And ...