Terri Lee’s Entertainment News
Creed delivers a knockout punch! The first film in what’s sure to become a series of follow-ups to the highly-successful “Rocky” film franchise is a surefire winner — and for any boxing fan, it’s a must see!
Carter High is the true story of the 1988 Carter High School football team in Dallas, Texas.
It was back in 1950, when Charlie Brown was introduced to the public for the very first time. “The Peanuts Movie” marks the first time the Peanuts gang appears on the big screen.
Spectre is much darker in tone than the other films in the Bond franchise. And, while there’s a hint of romance and no shortage of action in Spectre, either may not be enough to satisfy some Bond fans
“Burnt” takes movie goers inside the world of celebrity chefs. Bradley Cooper stars as bad boy chef Adam Jones.
Female entrepreneurs from across the country will be heading to the Peach State in November for “WeRock 2015,” a conference designed especially for women business owners.
In “99 Homes,” from Broad Green Pictures, ruthless businessman Rick Carver is making a fortune by repossessing homes.
The newly-redesigned Palladium is now open and it’s quite a sight to see.
This second film in the “Maze Runner” trilogy is ripe with excitement. For those who haven’t read the books, it’s unpredictable, and the movie’s cast of strange and crazy characters keep the action coming.
His name is J.J. Green and, although he now makes his home in Los Angeles, he grew up on Flint’s tough south side in the Evergreen-Regency area.