Chef Gordon Ramsayis one of the world’s best-known and most-accomplished chefs, with a collection of world-class eateries scattered around the globe.
And while he’s got the skill and talent to cook even the most difficult of dishes, he’ll occasionally get comfort food cravings, just like the rest of us. However, when he goes into the kitchen to make dishes like macaroni & cheese or a grilled cheese sandwich, he can’t resist giving them the gourmet touch, adding unusual ingredients you probably never would have considered.
Gordon Ramsayserves up new episodes of Hell’s Kitchen Tuesday nights on FOX.
Furious 7 continues to dominate the box office all over the world. The movie has grossed over $1 billion worldwide. Film audiences just can’t seem to get enough of The Fast and the Furious franchise. We spoke to Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, who told us there are many reasons why he thinks audiences loves the franchise, and that if they continue to show the love, why not do more sequels?
Kevin James is having a very successful movie career, and is considered one of the funniest men in movies today. But long before acting in movies, James was a funny man on the small screen for nine seasons, as the star of the hit comedy series, The King of Queens. Although the show has been over for eight years, James still has a lot of affection for the series that made him a star
Kevin James currently stars in the box office hit Paul Blart Mall Cop 2
For the large legion of die-hard Mulder & Scully fans, it was like Christmas — or should we say X-mas? — in March when FOX announced that six new episodes of The X-Files would be produced this summer. David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson will be back in their iconic roles, as will the show’s creator, Chris Carter. (And since then, it’s been announced that two key supporting players — Mitch Pileggi and Walter B. Davis — will return as Walter Skinner and the Cigarette Smoking Man, respectively.) The more we hear about the new episodes, the more we’re excited we’re getting. And we’re not the only ones — Hollywood Outbreak to speak to David Duchovny himself, and he’s excited to reunite with the X-Files team.
When we last saw agents Mulder and Scully, they were sipping drinks on a tropical island at the end of The X-Files: I Want To Believe. That was seven years ago, and a lot of people wondered if that would be the last image we’d have of them, as talk of a follow-up movie never seemed to make it past the rumor stage. That actually came as a surprise to Duchovny, who expected the franchise to continue. But with television’s sudden interest in shorter “event series,” he says it made perfect sense to explore a “short season” of new X-Files episodes on TV.
While Duchovny hasn’t seen any scripts yet and hasn’t been told much about the new episodes, one thing is certain: He’s 22 years older than he was when The X-Files first premiered on FOX, and he’s confident that while Mulder will always be Mulder, it will be an older and wiser version of the character.
There hasn’t been an air date announced for the new episodes of The X-Files on FOX, but shooting will begin in Vancouver in June.