Hedy Lamarr was one of the most beautiful women in the world and served as the physical inspiration for Snow White and Catwoman.
What would television do without Las Vegas? Probably be a lot less wacky. The city’s TV footprint extends from “Wizard Wars” to “Vegas Rat Rods” and beyond. On a larger scale, the 2014 season also saw the end of such TV classics as “How I Met Your Mother” and “Boardwalk Empire.”
Hollywood was an underachiever in 2014 in terms of box office and quality. However, Las Vegas managed to shine through on the big screen in several movies and Penn and Teller impressed with the documentary “Tim’s Vermeer.”
You don’t need to have poor communication skills to get a bad tattoo. But it sure does seem to help. An August profile of A&E’s “Bad Ink” and its stars generated several dozen emails from readers begging for help with their own bad ink.
The Hurricane Katrina drama “Hours” was scheduled to have opened Friday at AMC Town Square (as well as on video on demand) long before its star, Paul Walker, was killed Nov. 30.
It was as raw and experimental as the New Orleans jazz that provided its heartbeat.
Let’s face it, most viewers really only care about the big six — picture, director and the four acting categories — at tonight’s 85th Annual Academy Awards (5:30 p.m., KTNV-TV, Channel 13).