Tag Archives: Baton Rouge

Nicki Minaj, Mariah Carey calling truce for now

HollywoodNews.com: Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey are apparently trying to get along for now on the set of ‘American Idol’ after a recent outburst that was caught on tape. It is rumored that the two have temporarily buried the hatchet while at auditions in Charlotte, North Carolina, states TMZ. The whole[...]

Maria Bello, Stephen Dorff to arrest crowds in ‘Carjacked’

HollywoodNews.com: Maria Bello and Stephen Dorff will be generating some thrills in “Carjacked.” The film follows Bello, as a single mother, who is taken hostage along with her child by a relentless bank robber. Peter Medak, whose credits include such ‘90s cult fare “Romeo Is Bleeding” and “The Krays,” will[...]

Faith Hill named ambassador of Tide’s Loads of Hope program

HollywoodNews.com: Tide has announced that five-time Grammy Award winner Faith Hill will be the new ambassador for its Tide Loads of Hope program. In 2005, the devastation of Hurricane Katrina inspired the launch of Tide Loads of Hope, a mobile laundry service that provides clean clothes to families affected by[...]

‘True Blood’s’ Stephen Moyer thrown off a horse

HollywoodNews.com: Stephen Moyer was injured during the production of the third season of “True Blood,” but the actor is now recovered. Moyer plays lead vampire Bill Compton on the HBO series. Per Digital Spy (via the Daily Star), Moyer was thrown off a horse. “I had an accident on this season of True[...]

Stephen Moyer’s “The Big Valley” to shoot in Louisiana

By Marilyn Beck and Stacy Jenel Smith HollywoodNews.com: It’s ironic: the big-screen “The Big Valley” is all about the Southern Pacific Railroad tussling with ranchers in Calfornia’s San Joaquin Valley in the old west – but the picture’s being made in Baton Rouge, LA. Chalk it up to Louisiana’s inviting[...]

True Blood Trails 3.0: ‘He had a Mississippi accent, can’t you tell the difference?’

By Anthony D’Alessandro Hollywoodnews.com: After watching “True Blood” for the first time, what struck me was how well Alan Ball and co. nailed the atmosphere of the suburban swamp communities outside New Orleans and Baton Rouge. Having lived in the Crescent City for a period some years ago, the[...]