Tag Archives: Robin

Batman: The Animated Series theme is a treasure to behold

HollywoodNews.com: Purely for fun, and purely because I was in the mood, I’ve compiled every relevant Batman musical theme since the 1960s. One live-action TV show, three film themes, and four animated series themes. A few things of note. First of all, that audio clip of Shirley Walker walking us[...]

Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds reportedly make time for family in NY

HollywoodNews.com: It looks like Blake Lively’s rumored romance with Ryan Reynolds is moving along smoothly as the two are reportedly in New York together. Lively and Reynolds reportedly met up with her sister, Robin, and her husband for breakfast in the city, states People. The two were allegedly very cute[...]

Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger gets guest star role

By Molly Sullivan HollywoodNews.com: Nicole Scherzinger is going to have the chance to work with Neil Patrick Harris again after she was part of the cast of his directed production of ‘Rent.’ The Pussycat Doll will be making a guest appearance on ‘How I Met Your Mother’ this next season[...]

Dr. Phil purchases French Mediterranean style mansion in Beverly Hills

HollywoodNews.com: TV talk show host Dr Phil McGraw has indulged in some therapy of his own – retail therapy – after splashing out on a new Beverly Hills mansion. He and his wife Robin are said to have bought a French Mediterranean style mansion in the 90210 zip code that[...]

Russell Crowe: Cate Blanchett is A Good Kisser

By Roger Friedman Hollywoodnews.com: Cate Blanchett is the perfect woman. Forget the fact that she spoke perfect, fluent French last night from the stage of the Palais des Festivals for the Cannes Film Festival premiere of “Robin Hood.” Or that she walked, in high heels, in the rain, on a[...]

Russell Crowe: Robin Hood Screens in NYC For First Time

By Roger Friedman Ridley Scott’s “Robin Hood” screened in New York last night for the first time. I’m told it was for an audience of junketeers and maybe some “real people” in a focus group. The verdict? It works. This will be good news for Universal Pictures and Ron Meyer.[...]