"Where's My Life and What Happened to It?"
Bravo TV‘s first ladies of The Real Housewives franchise return in March with the 6th season of The Real Housewives of Orange County. Considering all of the drama that we’ve been getting from there other and, IMHO, superior versions of the series, the OC Housewives have a lot to make up for … and judging by the just-released preview video for season 6, they’re gonna bring as much drama as they possibly can. More »
Move Over, Lauren 'LC' Conrad
Audrina Patridge is ready to step into the spotlight on her very own show titled Dream Maker … and this week, she began filming scenes for the new show. Apparently, this new show will mix elements of reality TV with scripted TV … so essentially, it’ll be EXACTLY like The Hills — fake pretending to be real, or something like that. More »
"It's out there in the ether."
Extra! TV caught up with True Blood star Joe Manganiello this week and asked him point blank about the rumors that he may be playing Clark Kent/Superman in the Zack Snyder-directed reboot of Superman. Truth be told, I hadn’t heard the rumor that Joe was up for the role but I am intrigued by the idea. I’m also intrigued by the way that Joe responded to the questions about the possibility of playing The Man of Steel. More »
Anne Hathaway & Tom Hardy Will Star
Since November, it has been widely speculated that actor Tom Hardy would be playing the Batman villain Hugo Strange in the upcoming sequel film The Dark Knight Rises. Today we get official confirmation that Hardy will NOT be playing Hugo Strange and will, instead, be playing the Batman villain Bane. Additionally, we learn that the other villain featured in the film will be Selina Kyle (who becomes Catwoman) … and she will be played by Anne Hathaway. More »
In early December we got to see the first photos of actor Jason Segel filming scenes with The Muppets on the SoCal set of their new film The Greatest Muppet Movie Ever Made. Today we get to see new photos of Segel and his Muppets friends on set but this time they are joined by actress Amy Adams … and a carefully choreographed dance number. More »
She Will Star In A New Series For CBS
Holy Moly!! Here’s news that I had LONG given up on ever hearing … Deadline is reporting that Sarah Michelle Gellar has signed on to make her long-awaited return to network television next Fall in a series titled Ringer. The last time SMG was on TV, she was playing lead character Buffy Summers on the long-running Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Since she left that show, she’s made a few (bad) movies and was supposed to return to TV back in 2009 in an HBO series titled The Wonderful Maladys … but that show never aired. Now, at long last, SMG will be gracing our TV sets again. Woot!! More »
The Man-On-Man Action Heats Up in Beverly Hills
Back in November, we got to see photos and video of Teddy Montgomery (played by Trevor Donovan) gettin’ all same-sex smoochy with new boyfriend Ian (played by Kyle Riabko) on the CW TV series 90210. Last month, we learned that Teddy will be getting a new boyfriend (played by Freddie Smith) in the second half of the season … but NOT before he hooks up with an even newer dude played by Alan Ritchson (Smallville, Blue Mountain State). Um, for a character who just came out as gay, homeboy is getting a helluva lotta play. More »
Early last month we learned the sad news that Aaron Eckhart will NOT be appearing as Harvey Dent/Two Face in the upcoming sequel film Batman: The Dark Knight Rises but right now we get to see him in a new trailer for the upcoming action film Battle: Los Angeles. As you can guess, Battle is another alien invasion film … but with Eckhart in the lead, is there really anything to complain about? More »
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Are You Ready to Confess?
Bad news 24 fans … it looks like we’re gonna hafta wait a bit longer for the big screen adaptation of 24 to hit movie theaters because Fox has rejected the script for the film and it’s back to the drawing board. Good news for Kiefer Sutherland fans, tho. According to Entertainment Weekly magazine, Kiefer will be starring in his very own web series called The Confession that is set to debut in March on Hulu. More »