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Those hoping to see Ryan Gosling's directorial debut, "Lost River," in theaters won't get the chance. Warner Bros. has decided against a theatrical release and will instead release the movie through their home entertainment arm in April...Show More Summary
Emilie de Ravin has been charming TV (and movie) audiences for years from her years on "Roswell" and"Lost." For the past three years, she has been winning over hearts as Belle on "Once Upon a Time." In celebration of the Aussie's 33rd birthday, Zap2it has compiled some of de Ravin's most magical Belle moments from Season 4 (so far!). Show More Summary
The past year saw the passing of many influential and talented people from the entertainment world, from renowned actor Phillip Seymour Hoffman to legendary director Mike Nichols, from comedian Sid Caesar to DJ Casey Kasem. Below we remember some of the noteworthy TV performers who passed away in 2014. Show More Summary
Contract negotiations between TV networks and cable and satellite providers have been growing increasingly contentious and increasingly annoying for customers over the past few years. This week, more networks have gone dark in the middle of a carriage war. This time around, it is bad news for Dish Network subscribers.Click To Continue Reading
Christopher Dodd, the association’s chief, said focus on the “despicable” assault had been lost in the titillating details of Sony’s private emails.
Sony’s devastating hack, as well as cyberattacks on big companies like Home Depot and JPMorgan Chase, earn 2014’s tech moniker.
The first season of The 100 chiefly mused on ideas of colonialism and survival. It was a little bit Lost and a little bit Lord Of The Flies. Those themes made for fruitful ground for a meaningful exploration of what it means to compromise or bend one’s morals in service of a greater good. Show More Summary
The Seth Rogen and James Franco flick is arguably America's first literal culture war—and free speech lost
How loudly did you scream at the end of the "Arrow" Season 3 fall finale when Oliver and Ra's al Ghul fought to the death and -- spoiler alert! -- Ollie lost? Possibly a little louder than the fans included in the above reaction video...Show More Summary
Matt McAndrew and Adam Levine sang 'Lost Stars' on The Voice Season 7 Finals on Monday, December 15, 2014 for Team Adam Levine. Watch the video here: The post Matt McAndrew and Adam Levine sing ‘Lost Stars’ (VIDEO) appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results.
Chris Jamison and Adam Levine sang 'Lost Without U' on The Voice Season 7 Finals on Monday, December 15, 2014 for Team Adam Levine. Watch the video here: The post Chris Jamison and Adam Levine sing ‘Lost Without U’ (VIDEO) appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results.
Emma (Jennifer Morrison) lost the closest thing she had to a sister when Elsa (Georgina Haig) left with Anna (Elizabeth Lail) to return to Arendelle in "Once Upon a Time's" Season 4 fall finale, but don't worry, because Hook (Colin O'Donoghue) is around to fill that void in her life. Show More Summary
While a generation of kids in the '60s (me among them) obsessed on shows like Lost in Space, the U.S. secretly launched a mini-civilization of 600 pioneers into the cosmos on a century-long excursion to find a new world. That's the nifty...Show More Summary
At the cable channel known as Syfy, mediocrity not only rules, it seems to be something of a guiding principle and a business model. Syfy keeps bringing out rote drama series in recognizable genre forms (science fiction and paranormal, mainly), which effectively hit the spot for certain viewers in search of the least spicy comfort food. Show More Summary
Captain Hook (Colin O'Donoghue) remains heartless -- literally -- as "Once Upon a Time" enters its Season 4 fall finale, "Heroes and Villains." Rumpelstiltskin (Robert Carlyle) is still in control of Emma Swan's boyfriend as he tries...Show More Summary
This week, Steve Carell joined The Tonight Show's barbershop quartet, The Ragtime Gals, to perform "Sexual Healing," and President Obama took over the desk at The Colbert Report for an evening. The cast of Saturday Night Live performed...Show More Summary
According to Jon Misch, it was God that knocked him out of the balancing Immunity challenge in which a gust of wind sealed his fate. His faith is something Jon held true to throughout the competition — but he says a $1 million victory wasn’t in God’s plan for him as he became the latest […]
If you don't worship at the altar of Shonda Rhimes, you've likely found yourself lost in a conversation more than once. When did jam suddenly become so sexy? Is "bitch baby" what all the cool kids are saying these days? Why is the color...Show More Summary
The difference between Lost’s first and second seasons is best understood through their respective finales. “Exodus” is a linear climax for various key storylines. The castaways built a raft, and in “Exodus” the raft is launched. The castaways found a hatch, and in “Exodus” the hatch is blown up. Show More Summary