After years of rumors, finally, Battlestar fans have some sort of announcement to get excited about
While a movie reboot of the legendary sci-fi franchise Battlestar Galactica has been rumored for a long time, it finally seems to be a solid project courtesy of Universal, who are working on a ‘reboot’ with the original series creator Glen Larson producing.
Katee Sackhoff starred in the 2004 series
In 2009, speculation emerged that Bryan Singer was attached to direct a “Battlestar Galactica” movie, but as Cnet note – via Variety’s exclusive (we like to hand out props to their rightful owners) – any ‘reboot’ would likely focus on the acclaimed 2004 series.
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Lauryn Hill is not the first star to encounter problems with the IRS.
Lauryn Hill, the Grammy-winners singer whose only solo album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill remains a classic of its generation, has begun a three month prison term for failing to pay taxes of around $1 million between the years 2005 and 2007, reports the Independent.
The singer-songwriter will serve her time at a minimum security prison in Danbury, Connecticut where inmates live in dormitories and are expected to perform maintenance, landscape and serve food. Essentially, it's not really a prison.
The singer, who gained fame with The Fugees, always maintained that she was planning on paying the taxes but was unable when he dropped out of the music business. Before her sentencing, her lawyer said Lauryn had paid more than $970,000 of the owed cash.
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