Chewbacca is going to be on the holiday episode of ‘Glee.’ Sadly, it does not appear that he will be participating in any Life Day events (if you have any idea what Life Day refers to, I’m sorry), but he will be appearing in some sort of Christmas dream sequence. “Oh, heavens, Chewbacca appearing on ‘Glee’ is a travesty to the sanctity of ‘Star Wars,’” you… Continue reading Like 'Glee': A Brief History of 'Star Wars' Characters Appearing in Something That's Not 'Star Wars'
In anticipation of this week’s release of ‘Happy Feet Two,’ starring the cutest penguins in Hollywood, Moviefone is celebrating the most disgustingly cute animated characters ever. Full disclosure: narrowing the list down was difficult. Not rocket-science-difficult, but definitely up there. Not only because there are just too many heart-burstingly adorable characters, but because whittling the list down led to many hours wasted staring at movie stills and YouTube videos, giggling… Continue reading 'Happy Feet Two' and the Most Disgustingly Cute Animated Characters
Welcome to TV.com Commenter Shout-Outs! It’s been an absolutely banner week for commenting, with nine stories clocking over 100 comments each. More comments means more quality means more Shout-Outs! So strap yourselves in as we embark upon this cosmic journey into the realms TV.com commenting excellence.
This week, we offered yet another Quick Question that produced hundreds of thought-out results: What TV shows deserve more love from critics?
Many of you howled… Continue reading TV.com Commenter Shout-Outs: Your Recent Thoughts on Shows That Deserve More Love from Critics, TV's Worst New Characters, and the Oscars
“There aren’t many Jewish people on Gossip Girl …” begins a new ad for The CW’s veteran drama.
Tonight’s episode has the GG crew celebrating Yom Kippur in their own irrepressible style. Granted, the High Holiday was a couple weeks ago, but naturally the socialite crowd is fashionably late. Check out this EW first look teeing up tonight’s episode (the shofar… Continue reading ‘Gossip Girl’ ad mocks lack of Jewish characters
What is it about the end of the world that brings out the cannibals? The Day seems set in the same exact universe as Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, with five survivors traveling on foot through a gray, dreary, post-apocalyptic America in search of food and shelter. It’s not a carbon copy of that book (or its cinematic adaptation), but director Douglas Aarniokoski is more than willing to eagerly set… Continue reading 'The Day' FF Review: Interesting Characters Trapped in a Familiar Apocalypse