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One of the last times Jack Hodgins (T.J. Thyne, left) was face-to-face with serial killer Christopher Pelant (Andrew Leeds), the scientist almost strangled him to death. And in tonight’s episode of Bones, Pelant is out to prove that he didn’t appreciate being treated that way.
Step one in his revenge? Turning Hodgins and Angela’s (Michaela Conlin, not pictured) home… Continue reading ‘Bones’ actor T.J. Thyne: Pelant will bring out a side of Hodgins we’ve never seen before
When CBS revealed the cast for the 14th season of Big Brother, it also announced a “twist” involving four former contestants and how they’ll stage an embarrassing triumphant comeback to the hidden-camera reality show. Unfortunately, we won’t learn their identities until the show’s July 12 premiere — but just in case the producers haven’t made their final selections, here are six ex-players that EW (or six very rabid BB
From Joss Whedon to David S. Goyer to Nicolas Winding Refn, filmmakers have repeatedly tried to resurrect Wonder Woman for today’s audiences. The problem? It seems no one can actually get a feature film based on the iconic DC Comics character off the ground. That’s alarming for a number of reasons, not the least of which is that Hollywood has released superhero movies based on little known comic-book characters like… Continue reading SXSW 2012: 'Wonder Women!' Pushes Hollywood To Bring Wonder Woman To The Big Screen
LOS ANGELES — Meryl Streep might join the acting three-peat club with a third Academy Award. Jean Dujardin could become the first Frenchman to win best actor. Christopher Plummer is in line to become the oldest acting winner ever at 82.
And “The Artist” is favored to become the only silent movie to take the best-picture prize since the first Oscar ceremony 83 years ago.
Along with Streep, Hollywood’s big night on… Continue reading 2012 Academy Awards: 'The Artist' Aims To Bring Silence Back To Oscars