10 Books to Read This Fall for a Deeper Faith

A Fall reading list that just might boost your spiritual walk. Read More

There's no official release date for the latest pairing of Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence (following American Hustle and Silver Linings Playbook), but the film has had a very tough time making it out of the editing room. The movie was actually shot way back in 2012, and was initially slated to be directed by Darren Aronofsky and star Angelina Jolie. The two had a falling out, and Danish director Susanne Bier was attached to direct with Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence who at the time, if you can believe it, were not considered huge stars. Nevertheless, early reactions to the movie have been positive and a strong trailer makes it look like it may have all been worth it for a Depression-era drama about, well, a "love that won't let go" evidently ... Discuss

He may be President of the United States of America, but young Madison of Washington DC knows who really run the world. So when Madison's teacher informed her class they'd be having a special guest help them with their 9/11 memorial project, Madison got her hopes up that Queen Bey would stop by, only to have her hopes crushed when it merely turned out to be President Barack Obama and the First Lady. When Obama took a seat next to Madison to help her out, she told him outright: "I really wanted it to be [Beyoncé]," she said, "but then I realized it was gonna be you."

To his credit, the President responded, "Malia and Sasha would feel the same way." Madison later tried to recant and say she was really glad the President was there but, between this and the President's young guest from earlier this week, it's difficult to shake the feeling that kids may just not care about politics all that much ... Discuss

Two weeks ago, we posted that a reboot of the classic TGIF sitcom Full House was in the works. Now Deadline is reporting this interesting development: Evidently, Netflix is interested. The show, which would reunite most of the original cast, is still in development, but if Netflix has shown us anything, it’s that they’re not afraid to bring a beloved show back from the dead ... Discuss

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