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On Tuesday, Ashley Tisdale’s arc as innocent-looking call girl Emma Jean on Sons of Anarchy continues. Emma Jean was last seen taking a beating from Gemma (Katey Sagal) after being discovered in a back room with Clay (Ron Perlman) at Nero’s. She may or may not have phoned the cops, who raided the brothel and arrested everyone… Continue reading ‘Sons of Anarchy’: Ashley Tisdale explains how she was cast as a high-priced escort

The season 2 finale of The Walking Dead featured the arresting image of a hooded, katana sword-wielding figure carrying around two zombies in chains. That walking warrior was none other than Michonne, one of the most popular characters from the comic book on which the AMC drama is based. Now the woman who plays Michonne, Danai Gurira, gives some insight… Continue reading ‘The Walking Dead’: Danai Gurira (a.k.a. Michonne) explains her armless, jawless zombie ‘Pets’ — EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

the-voice-final-four-nbc.jpgAfter countless rehearsals and performances, “The Voice” crowned its winner in Jermaine Paul on Tuesday (May 8). Following the show, the four finalists took a moment to reflect on the competition, how far they’ve come and what their future holds.

Here’s the best of what they had to say…

Jermaine Paul on winning: “I feel blessed. God is good…It’s such an amazing feeling to know that you’re… Continue reading 'The Voice': Jermaine Paul talks winning while Tony Lucca explains the drama

When the first image from Gore Verbinski’s upcoming The Lone Ranger came online earlier this year, there was much discussion about Johnny Depp’s unique visual approach to the character of Tonto. EW caught up with Depp and learned that the bird-on-head design was inspired by “I Am Crow”, a painting by artist Kirby Sattler.

“[I] looked at the face of this warrior and thought: Thats it,” Depp… Continue reading Johnny Depp Explains the Look of Tonto in The Lone Ranger

How The Nutty Professor Explains Eddie Murphy’s Entire Film Career

Pretty much every time Eddie Murphy releases a film like A Thousand Words, Imagine That, Meet Dave or even Daddy Daycare, the critical world at large starts wondering out loud about whether we’ll ever see the ‘return of funny Eddie,’ which is of course code for ‘R-rated Eddie Murphy.’  The implication is, of course, that Murphy’s more family-friendly work isn’t funny, which is true (Meet Dave, The Haunted Mansion) about… Continue reading How The Nutty Professor Explains Eddie Murphy's Entire Film Career