In “Hector and the Search for Happiness,” Simon Pegg stars as a shrink who decides to chuck it all and travel the world in search of answers. In this exclusive clip, a particularly turbulent plane ride gives Hector the chance to talk to a seatmate about life and love.
“If you look at this… Continue reading Simon Pegg Flies the Turbulent Skies in 'Hector and the Search for Happiness' (VIDEO)
The CW has given a green light to a sci-fi post-apocalyptic thriller called The Hundred.
Here’s the logline: “97 years after a nuclear war has destroyed civilization, a massive spaceship housing the lone human survivors sends 100 juvenile delinquents with dark secrets back to Earth to investigate the possibility of re-colonizing the planet.”
Intrigued? It’s based upon the forthcoming The Hundred young adult book series written by Kass Morgan. Jason… Continue reading CW orders post-apocalyptic ‘Lord of the Flies’ pilot
After visiting the victims of the Aurora shooting, Christian Bale has more real-life heroism up his sleeve.
The “Dark Knight Rises” actor flew four-year old leukemia patient Jayden Barber and his whole family to Disneyland in Los Angeles, California. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Bale and his family joined the Barbers for a quiet lunch at Disneyland’s Club 33 this past week.
Barber has been battling bone cancer for over two years… Continue reading Christian Bale Cancer Patient: Actor Flies Young Boy And Family To Disneyland
The intrigue continues to soar at 30,000 feet on Sunday’s (Nov. 13) episode of ABC’s period drama “Pan Am.” The crew takes off for Caracas but has to make an emergency landing in Haiti while the island is reeling from a devastating tropical storm and in the midst of a brutal political regime.
En… Continue reading 'Pan Am' flies into political unrest with 'Unscheduled Departure'
Two network series debuting this fall take place in 1963 and are clearly inspired, at least in part, by “Mad Men.” Viewers have already weighed in on “The Playboy Club” at NBC, and the verdict was not a very favorable one.
I’m hoping that’s not the case with “Pan Am,” which premieres on ABC Sunday (Sept. 25). It’s not only a much better show than “The… Continue reading 'Pan Am' review: ABC's sunny period pies flies high