The Following closed out its second season Monday night with a finale that closed some chapters, left several people dead, and had an ending that, executive producer Marcos Siega says, was always meant to be a taste of something different.
In the conversation below, Siega opens up about said finale, telling us who’s really dead, what we’ll see more of next season, why they filmed two endings, and why fans’… Continue reading ‘The Following’ post-mortem: EP on who’s REALLY dead, that cliffhanger, and what you WON’T see in season 3
For several decades now, Greg Nicotero has been using his impressive brand of special effects to bring to to cinematic life the impossible for directors like Steven Spielberg, Wes Craven, Paul Thomas Anderson, John Carpenter, Eli Roth, Quentin Tarantino, Michael Mann, Michael Bay, and Robert Rodriguez. Basically, if you’ve seen a gnarly piece of make-up in a high profile movie any… Continue reading Greg Nicotero Regrets He Couldn't Make 'The Stand,' May Make a Feature With 'Walking Dead' Creator
Kenya Moore‘s explosive brawl with Porsha Williams wasn’t the only drama at The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion. Before their fight, Moore faced off with Phaedra Parks, accusing her of being less-than-supportive when Moore’s puppy Velvet died.
In a sneak peek from the upcoming reunion special, Moore explained why she didn’t invite Apollo Nida‘s wife to Velvet’s memorial.
“There were certain things were said that… Continue reading Dog Fight! Phaedra Parks Shades Kenya Moore At ‘RHOA’ Reunion, Says Moore’s Dead Puppy Velvet Was ‘One Of Her ONLY Good Friends’
Anthony McCartney, AP Entertainment Writer
LOS ANGELES (AP) – Mickey Rooney, the pint-size, precocious actor and all-around talent whose more than 80-year career spanned silent comedies, Shakespeare, Judy Garland musicals, Andy Hardy stardom, television and the Broadway theater, died Sunday… Continue reading Mickey Rooney Dead: Legendary Actor Dies at 93
Take that, Friedrich Nietzsche.
The biggest surprise this weekend at the box office was not the success of “Divergent,” which was widely expected to be the far-and-away frontrunner (and was, with an estimated $ 55.0 million). Nor was it the weak opening of “Muppets Most Wanted” (debuting at No. 2, with an estimated $ 16.5 million). Rather, it was the movie that… Continue reading Box Office: What's Behind the Surprising Success of 'God's Not Dead'?