NBC has set summer premiere dates for new series Crossing Lines, The Winner Is... and Hollywood Game Night. Crossing Lines will debut... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Donald Sutherland Jane Lynch Sean Hayes William Fichtner Nick Lachey Hollywood Game Night Crossing Lines
Hey folks, Harry here... And this trailer for HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE looks pretty damn great. Of course, I'm saying that because evidently there's a scene or two that features Donald Sutherland and Phillip Seymour Hoffman planning...Show More Summary
Just last week we learned of a serial killer drama in the works titled THE CALLING; stars Susan Sarandon and Topher Grace were on board the Jason Stone-directed flick, which Killer Films is producing. Now a handful of new names haveShow More Summary
Anthony Lewis is dead. I ate his columns in the International Herald Tribune. Devoured them. Cherished them. The sensibility from which those words of his flowed filled me with hope. Fueled me with information.
NBC has signed up for a brand new series. The peacock network has picked up the U.S. rights to a crime series called Crossing Lines. The series was created by Bernero Productions and a German company named Tandem Communications, which also produced the miniseries Pillars of the Earth. On NBC, Crossing Lines will run for 10-episodes during the summer of 2013.
The Donald Sutherland starrer is the latest international acquisition to come from the broadcast networks, and will join Peacock original "Camp" as the off months' scripted offerings. read more
Check out Donald Sutherland as President Snow in this newly released portrait for his upcoming film The Hunger Games: Catching Fire! The 77-year-old actor plays the looming villain in the hit series, which also stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, and Liam Hemsworth. Be sure to check out all the character portraits that have been released, [...]
The final portrait from "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" has been released. Donald Sutherland graces the last character poster as the evil President Snow.
Donald Sutherland returns as the President of Panem in this highly-anticipated sequel from director Francis Lawrence. [...]
All this week, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has been revealing "Victory Portraits" of important figures in Panem history. Today, Yahoo! Movies has debuted the very last, featuring Donald Sutherland as President Coriolanus Snow. Check...Show More Summary
I just made a your/you're error online. I felt like I'd turn around to see Donald Sutherland pointing and shrieking.
If you don't think it is, then how in the devil did the Republicans manage to persuade the Democrats that Social Security is!
The Belgian-based studio is at AFM with “The Best Offer” starring Geoffrey Rush, Donald Sutherland and Jim Sturgess. read more
Thursday night at New York’s Darby Downstairs, the legendary Jane Fonda sat down with Bravo’s Andy Cohen to discuss the 40th anniversary of Klute, the classic thriller directed by Alan J. Pakula and co-starring Donald Sutherland. Fonda (giving full-on Bree Daniels realness in thigh-highs and a mini skirt) shared anecdotes from the filming – such [...]
Jane Fonda is celebrating the 40th anniversary of her classic movie ‘Klute,’ where she played a prostitute opposite Donald Sutherland, who played a police officer. Jane is celebrating the milestone with a fundraiser for G-CAPP, a teen pregnancy and prevention … Continue reading »
The actor returns as Panem's President Snow on the Atlanta set of director Francis Lawrence's highly-anticipated sequel. [...]
Even though Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson have been hard at work on The Hunger Games’ sequel, Catching Fire, for awhile, it looks like costar Donald Sutherland got back into the swing of things yesterday. On Sept. 24, the actor took … Continue reading »
EXCLUSIVE: Prison Break alum William Fichtner, Marc Lavoine (The Good Thief), Gabriella Pession (Wilfred), Tom Wlaschiha (Game of Thrones), Genevieve O’Reilly (Star Wars: Episode III), Richard Flood (Titanic: Blood & Steel) and Donald...Show More Summary
The Fed, via a letter to Congress, discussed the potential to add more scope to their manipulation intervention of markets. In Pavlovian tradition, the markets responded in kind.As Donald Sutherland says in "The Hunger Games", WHY DO WE HAVE A WINNER? Hope. Show More Summary
After reading all three Hunger Games books, Donald Sutherland wrote director Gary Ross a three-page email about power and seduction and roses, and President Snow's strange cat-and-mouse relationship with Katniss Everdeen. It's a fascinating (and slightly creepy) read. More » Post from: Crushable