If only being on the FBI's Most Wanted list was Liz's only problem. After Liz (Megan Boone) shot the Attorney General on The Blacklist last season, she and her friend/informant Red (James Spader) are on the run together. Unfortunately, while they're focused on avoiding the Feds, a wily new foe will... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Blacklist Edi Gathegi
James Spader in Pretty in Pink | Image: Paramount PicturesAh, James Spader. In the 1980s, he was quite the pretty picture of aloof, callous privilege. And many of us loved to hate him (and hated to love him). Over the years, the actor has become a bit wider in the middle and more than a bit lovably eccentric. Show More Summary
Joss Whedon recently celebrated his 50th birthday! (Happy birthday, Joss!) Which means, of course that even if you "grew up with Buffy," that we're all freaking old. Pass me the Depends. ANYway, the point is, Whedon recently gave a birthday...Show More Summary
The long awaited "Heroes" follow up will debut on NBC alongside the season premiere of James Spader's "The Blacklist."
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The relationship between Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone) and Raymond Reddington (James Spader) on "The Blacklist" has always been complicated. They clearly care about each other very deeply, but is it romantic? Is it father-daughter(ish)? Nobody really knows, which is kind of the beauty of the relationship. Show More Summary
James Spader's NBC drama makes the leap from TV to comics this July, and Titan has released an early look at the new series' first issue.
Official photos from the season 2 finale of The Blacklist, airing Thursday, May 14 at 9pm on NBC. "Masha Rostova" -- In the season finale Liz (Megan Boone) realizes she is being framed by The Cabal forcing Red (James Spader) to use his connections to help her clear her name. Show More Summary
The Overthinkers tackle "Avegners: Age of Ultron," directed by Joss Whedon and starring Robert Downey, Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Scarlet Johansson, and James Spader's ominous voice. Episode 357: The Broken Windows Theory of Avenging originally...Show More Summary
Every successful superhero requires an appropriately fiendish villain to bring out the best in him and serve as a credible threat to humanity. In the case of "Avengers: Age of Ultron," the all-star squad's nemesis comes in the form of Ultron, a power-mad 8-foot-tall android portrayed by James Spader...
"Avengers'" Vision tells CBR how transitioning from disembodied computer voice to full-fledged android hero added a few extra rigors to his Marvel work.
New conversations with James Spader, Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson on the May 1 release The post CS Video: We Bring on the Bad Guys in Our New Age of Ultron Interviews appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
At one point in "The Avengers: Age of Ultron," the hammer-swinging superhero Thor (Chris Hemsworth) tells the android villain Ultron (James Spader) that “there’s no need to break anything.” “Clearly you’ve never made an omelet,” Ultron replies. Show More Summary
James Spader is profiled in today’s Times. He plays the robot villain in Joss Whedon’s Avengers: Age of Ultron—but for me he’ll always be Graham Dalton, the all-too-human center of Steven Soderbergh’s sex, lies, and videotape. (Checking the release date… Continue reading ?
BROS BEFORE ROBOS. Indeed.
“Avengers: Age of Ultron” star James Spader would like to believe most people don’t automatically think of him as a soulless megalomaniac.
It takes a special sort of actor to embody a towering robotic villain with the ability to make Tony Stark […]
The season ender of the hit crime thriller TV drama series "The Blacklist" promises to reveal some shocking revelations about the true nature of Red (James Spader) and Liz's (Megan Boone) relationship. Meanwhile, this week's episode will see Red pleading for Liz to help him locate a person who holds some very vital information.
2015 is truly the year James Spader took over all media. Not only is the laconic actor portraying the title villain in Avengers: Age of Ultron, he's also making the jump from the screen to the page in Titan Comics' new comics series based on his TV show The Blacklist. Show More Summary