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Henry Ian Cusick – who starred on Lost and Scandal — will stay in the ABC family by guest-starring on Body of Proof.
EW has learned exclusively that Cusick will play a psychologist named Trent Marsh who has patients that Megan (Dana Delany) and Tommy (Mark Valley) are carefully watching while investigating a murder case.
Body of Proof is… Continue reading ‘Lost’ fan favorite joins ‘Body of Proof’ — EXCLUSIVE
This year, “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial” celebrated its 30th (!) birthday. In honor of the Steven Spielberg favorite, Universal is releasing for the first time ever, “E.T.” on Blu-ray on October 9.
In addition to the film, the anniversary edition boasts tons of bonus features, including “The E.T. Journal,” which chronicles the day-to-day production of creating the film, never-before-seen interviews, deleted scenes as well as much, much more.
So, if you’re still baiting… Continue reading 'E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial' Blu-ray Giveaway: Win The Spielberg Favorite
Being 11 years old and starring in one of the biggest movie franchises ever seems like a pretty daunting task. However, for Mackenzie Foy, who plays Renesmee in the upcoming — and final — “Twilight” movie, “Breaking Dawn, Part 2,” she appears to be taking everything in stride.
Perhaps that’s what happens at such a young age: that you’re not really able to process all of the madness and fandom and… Continue reading Mackenzie Foy, 'Twilight' Star, On Shooting 'Breaking Dawn' And Her Favorite Scene
With the Sundance Film Festival drawing to a close, it’s time to reflect on the best movies that your friendly Moviefone staffers saw at the very-crowded film fest. Of the seven films that we were looking forward to seeing, we did get to watch five. Of those five, three are on this list. (Sorry, Red Lights and John Dies at the End.) Ahead, the best of the fest.
It looks like not everyone loves “The Artist.” According to the Telegraph, a “small number” of Liverpool filmgoers were so surprised to find that the Best Picture frontrunner was silent, they demanded their money back.
“I thought it was really funny and laughed,” Nicola Shearer, a 25-year-old Liverpool resident going to see “The Artist” told the Telegraph after being reminded by theater personnel that the film was silent. “Of course, I… Continue reading 'The Artist' Refunds: Liverpool Ticket Buyers Unhappy After Discovering Oscar Favorite Is Silent