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Actor Robert Wagner Has Been Named As A "Person Of Interest" In Natalie Wood's Death
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Actor Robert Wagner Has Been Named As A "Person Of Interest" In Natalie Wood's Death

Roger Jackson / Getty Images Actor Robert Wagner has been named a "person of interest" by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department in the case of the 1981 death of his wife, actor Natalie Wood.Wood, star of West Side Story and Rebel Without A Cause, was found dead in the water during a yachting weekend near Catalina Island with her husband Wagner, friend and fellow actor Christopher Walken, and Captain Dennis Davern. The incident quickly became one of Hollywood's biggest mysteries.Wood's death was originally ruled an accident, but after the case was re-opened in 2011 the coroner changed her cause of death to "drowning and other undetermined factors."As part of a preview for CBS News' 48 Hours special airing Saturday journalist, Lt. John Carina, who is ...
Reddit Thinks Jack's Death On "This Is Us" And Randall Seeing "Titanic" Are Connected, And I Agree
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Reddit Thinks Jack's Death On "This Is Us" And Randall Seeing "Titanic" Are Connected, And I Agree

Jack dies…while saving KATE Winslet’s character. So, as we know, Jack's probably, definitely gonna die next week on This Is Us. NBC And though I'm the first to admit that not every theory about Jack's death is true — remember when everyone was convinced he would die in the 9/11 attacks? — I'm here with foreshadowing of another theory BECAUSE, COME ON, IT'S FUN TO PIECE CLUES TOGETHER. NBC / Getty / Crockpot Which has lead many fans to theorize that Jack runs back into the house to save Kate...or Kate's dog. (Which would make sense given how much time was spent on Kate trying to adopt a dog in the previous episode.) Twitter: @millenial89 An...
Here’s The Inside Story On That Devastating "Star Trek" Death
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Here’s The Inside Story On That Devastating "Star Trek" Death

Warning: This story contains MAJOR SPOILERS for the Jan. 7 episode of Star Trek: Discovery. Wilson Cruz on Star Trek: Discovery. Michael Gibson / CBS When Wilson Cruz first learned about what was going to happen to his character Dr. Hugh Culber on Sunday's episode of Star Trek: Discovery, he cried.Playing the recurring role of Dr. Culber had been "a perfect fit" for Cruz, he said, in part because he got to make TV history as one half of the first major same-sex love story on a Star Trek series, along with fellow out actor Anthony Rapp, who is part of the main cast as the persnickety scientist Lt. Paul Stamets. The previous episode had ended on a major cliffhanger — and marked a midseason hiatus for the series, which streams in the US on CBS All Access — a...