Stop us if you’ve heard this before: “Alcatraz,” the latest series from executive producer J.J. Abrams, has an overarching story to tell, but its week-to-week structure is more like a crime procedural, so viewers won’t feel out of sorts if they miss an episode.
The easy comparison for “Alcatraz” is “Lost,” because it involves Abrams, an island, time travel and Jorge Garcia. But the way Abrams… Continue reading 'Alcatraz' review: Caught between the Rock and a hard place
It’s the first day of school on Thursday’s episode of The Vampire Diaries, “Smells Like Teen Spirit.” We can tell from the promo that one of Elena’s extracurricular activities in her senior year will be taking self-defense lessons. But will she need them against Stefan (Paul Wesley)? Not if this photo of Elena (Nina Dobrev) in his arms is any indication:
Michael and Nikita have had far from a smooth ride this season, but at least they’ve had each other to lean on as life as rogue spies continues to get more difficult. But that might not be the case for much longer…
After their panel this weekend at New York Comic-Con, EW caught up with stars Maggie Q and Shane West and producer Albert Kim to talk about… Continue reading ‘Nikita’ stars tease upcoming ‘rift’ between Michael and Nikita
-Britney Spears kicked off her Femme Fatale Tour in Sacramento on Thursday — with a little help from femcee Nicki Minaj…-Speaking of Ms. Minaj, Coco Austin, Ice-T’s ample-assed other half, has made some curious comments about the rapper’s asset… Continue reading Father’s Day Crumbs: Britney Spears’ “Femme Fatale Tour” Kicks Off In Sacramento; Dads Torn Between Work & Kids; Apple Employees Not Allowed To Say “Unfortunately”
This is simply awesome. Tsung-Hsiang Chang who is a graduate student at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab along with Yang Li who is a Google employee have developed an application that lets users transfers the state of an application from a computer…