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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 6: Andrew Lincoln Says Episode 1 Is Not What Fans Expect

Andrew Lincoln, who plays main character Rick Grimes in AMC’s zombie series, The Walking Dead, describes Season 6 as “big” and “ambitious.” But what does he really mean? Recently, Andrew Lincoln sat down with Entertainment Weekly for a Walking Dead promotional shoot. Show More Summary

An Animated Movie About Pez Dispensers? Yes, It's Happening!

17 hours agoEntertainment / Film : Moviefone

Sweet! As some wise Legos once sang, "Everything is awesome," so that has to include a Pez movie. Right? According to Entertainment Weekly, Envision Media Arts is developing an animated movie based on the Pez candy dispensers. Cameron Fay, who wrote the comedy "Brother in Laws," is writing the script. Show More Summary

Ian McShane's 'Game Of Thrones' Mystery Role Might Not Be A Mystery

A new actor is coming. Emmy nominated actor and "Deadwood" star Ian McShane is now joining Season 6 of "Game of Thrones," according to Entertainment Weekly. Few details on McShane's role have been revealed, but we do know he's goingShow More Summary

Ian McShane Joins Game of Thrones Season 6

Ian McShane, best known for his terrifying turn as the foul-mouthed anti-hero of Deadwood, will be returning to HBO, by way of Westeros. According to Entertainment Weekly, McShane and his unsettling eyes have been cast in an undisclosed role for season six of Game of Thrones. McShane, who once had... More »

Ian McShane Joins Game Of Thrones Cast For Season 6 

2 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

According to Entertainment Weekly, Ian McShane has been cast in a mystery role. Let the speculation begin. Read more...

Game of Thrones Adds Deadwood's Ian McShane for Mysterious New Role

In what might possibly be the most perfect casting decision in the history of the modern world, Ian McShane will return to HBO to appear in Season 6 of Game of Thrones, reports Entertainment Weekly. The network remains tight-lipped about his role in the fantasy series, but notes that he has "a... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Game of Thrones Ian McShane

Newswire: Supergirl powers up an actor to play the villainous Reactron

Supergirl, CBS’s upcoming foray into the DC superhero world, continues to accrue bad guys for its hero to beat up, and not just on rival networks. Entertainment Weekly reports the series has cast Chris Browning as the villain Reactron, a nemesis of Superman’s from Metropolis who dresses in an armored suit powered by nuclear energy. Show More Summary

‘The Walking Dead’ Stars Cover Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly catches up with The Walking Dead stars Andrew Lincoln, Melissa McBride and Norman Reedus for its August 7, 2015 issue. The feature provides a first look at the show’s sixth season, which premieres October 11, 2015. Show More Summary

Constance Zimmer of ‘UnREAL’ Joins ‘Agents of SHIELD’ Cast

Entourage, House of Cards and UnReal actress Constance Zimmer will be joining the cast of Agents of SHIELD for Season 3 — assuming they’re not too busy with their ongoing dubsmash war. According to sources for Entertainment Weekly, Zimmer will appear in a recurring role as an unnamed antagonist who is the head of a “mysterious […]

Newswire: Brittany Snow to make more songs with her mouth in Pitch Perfect 3

The cast of Pitch Perfect 3 is looking a lot like that of Pitch Perfect 2, which is good news for fans of the franchise. Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson have already confirmed their appearances, and now Entertainment Weekly reports that Brittany Snow is also on board. Show More Summary

Andrew Lincoln & Norman Reedus Grab Each Other's Butt in this 'Walking Dead' Photo!

Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus get real friendly while sandwiched between Melissa McBride in this brand new hilarious photo from Entertainment Weekly‘s latest issue. Entertainment Weekly picture editor Michele Romero explained exactly...Show More Summary

'The Walking Dead' Season 6 News, Update: Details for New Characters Revealed

The latest update from Entertainment Weekly dished out a handful of new intel on some of the characters that will be appearing in the upcoming 6th season of AMC's hit post-apocalyptic TV drama series "The Walking Dead."

The Walking Dead Season 6: Meet three new characters!

Entertainment Weekly has just debuted images of The Walking Dead's three new main characters, which you'll find below. No, Negan isn't one of them, you're going to have to keep waiting for him. As was announced during San Diego Comic-Con,...Show More Summary

Queen Latifah & Mary J. Blige Join NBC's 'The Wiz Live'

Queen Latifah and Mary J. Blige have both signed on to star in NBC’s upcoming live production of the classic musical The Wiz, according to Entertainment Weekly. The ladies join Stephanie Mills, who starred in the original Broadway production of the musical as Dorothy. Latifah will be playing the role of the Wizard while Mary [...]

Director Jon Watts on 'Cop Car,' Spider-Man, and The Marvel Cinematic Universe

Jon Watts, future director for another solo "Spider-Man" film was recently interviewed by Entertainment Weekly. During their chat they covered a lot of ground about several subjects. One of those subjects being the fact that Watts got...Show More Summary

Marvel Netflix News: Expect New Show Every 6 Months, Potential 'Thunderbolts' Series

The Netflix/Marvel news is coming in gracious amounts today. Natalie Abrams from the Entertainment Weekly clan has been dropping some really cool information from this year's TCA that has to do with Marvel and Netflix's television programming. Show More Summary

'Fantastic Four': Stan Lee on the Casting of Michael B. Jordan as The Human Torch

Stan 'The Man' Lee was recently interviewed by Entertainment Weekly about the casting of Michael B. Jordan in "Fantastic Four" as Johnny Storm, and what he personally thought on the matter of how fanboys have been treating this casting. Show More Summary

“King Arthur” Star Charlie Hunnam Flashes His Sword For Entertainment Weekly

last weekLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

We’ll never see Charlie Hunnam in 50 Shades of Grey, but the former Queer as Folk star is giving us plenty to lap up in Guy Ritchie’s upcoming movie, Knights of […]

How Cyclops Will Be Portrayed In X-Men: Apocalypse

Thanks to Entertainment Weekly's latest issue, we got our first in-depth look at X-Men: Apocalypse and all the newer, younger mutants that come with it. While this film will act as a conclusion to the previous two installments, it will also see an origin for some the more famous characters of the X-Men universe. Show More Summary

Billy Joel Calls His Music “Dad Rock”

Billy Joel calls his music “Dad Rock” in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly. The music legend has kept a residence at Madison Square Garden and recently played over 65 concerts, beating Elton John’s record. In recent news, Joel announced that the two piano rockers have patched up a recent “feud” the two musicians had. Show More Summary

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