In the upcoming ABC drama “666 Park Avenue,” Terry O’Quinn and Vanessa Williams play Gavin and Olivia, the nefarious owners of a seemingly haunted upper east side apartment building. In the pilot episode, it becomes increasingly clear that the couple have the worst of intentions when it comes to their tenants, who experience a bevy of horrors while residing in their dream apartments.
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Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes in “Demolition Man”
In “Demolition Man,” which was pretty stupid in 1993 and is now even more unwatchable and terribly boring, Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes play a cop and criminal – both frozen in 1996 (in something clumsily dubbed “CryoPrison”) and thawed out in the pacifist utopia of 2032. Can you imagine what kind of chaos those two are going to get into? Well
It’s appropriate that Pixar Animation Studios’ first feature, 1995′s “Toy Story,” was centered on the world of playthings. Since then, no entertainment entity has been able to tap into our inner child with more consistently boundless imagination than the team spearheaded by John Lasseter.
This Friday, Pixar will attempt to do it again, with their latest animated outing, “Brave.” Here, the studio takes the standard Disney princess and gives her a… Continue reading Best Pixar Characters: Ranking (Almost) Every One In The Pixar Canon
“American Horror Story” is heading to the insane asylum for Season 2, and as expected, there will be no shortage of seriously creepy criminals roaming the halls as Jessica Lange does her best to keep them in line.
Newly announced is the casting of Britne Oldford, one of the stars of Britain’s racy series “Skins.” According to TVLine, Oldford has been cast in the recurring role… Continue reading 'American Horror Story' Season 2: 'Skins' star Britne Oldford joins some creepy characters
In I Just Want My Pants Back, MTV’s upcoming young adult comedy, Jason Strider is a typical 20-something living in Brooklyn — torn between what star Peter Vack calls “immature desires” and the responsibilities that come with living on your own. And in that oft-experienced life stage lies a really funny story, he says.