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As Maggie (Lauren Cohan) says in Sunday’s (Nov. 20) episode of “The Walking Dead,” “Secrets,” Glenn (Steven Yeun) has the skills it takes to be a leader. He’s the go-to guy for runs into zombie infested territory and he takes on every high risk mission without complaint. So it wasn’t much of a surprise when he ended up making another run into… Continue reading 'The Walking Dead': Glenn takes down a walker, rescues Maggie, pretty much rocks
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When Glenn Beck bid farewell to his daily cable TV audience in June, Fox News had to have mixed feelings. One one hand, they were rid of a polarizing political maverick who critics argued undermined their credibility as a serious news organization and cost them advertisers. On the other hand, Beck was consistent ratings gold; he clobbered the cable… Continue reading Glenn who? ‘The Five’ makes its case for fall with surprising summer showing
Is July too early to be predicting who’ll be in the running for next year’s Best Actress Oscar?
Not when we’re getting our first glimpses of Meryl Streep as Margaret Thatcher in ‘The Iron Lady’ and Glenn Close as a Victorian woman passing as a man in ‘Albert Nobbs.’
Can there be any doubt these two will be going head to head at the 2012 Academy Awards? The race will very likely… Continue reading Meryl vs. Glenn: A Ridiculously Early Look at the Oscar Race for Best Actress
New Distribution Deals
Glenn Close has been nominated five times for an Academy Award, but has yet to win. Will her portrayal of Albert Nobbs allow her to bring home the little golden man? Albert Nobbs has been acquired for distribution by Liddell Entertainment and Roadside Attractions and will hit theaters this fall. The press release, posted by indieWIRE, notes that the… Continue reading Indie Insights: Glenn Close As the Manly 'Albert Nobbs,' Triumphant 'Terri,' Kids Rule 'Chillar Party'
It didn’t take Fox News long to replace Glenn Beck. Just hours before his last show yesterday, Fox News released a statement announcing that the 5 p.m. hour, which Beck built into a ratings juggernaut, will be the home of The Five. Beginning July 11, the roundtable show will feature a collection of rotating Fox personalities, including Greg Gutfeld, Juan Williams, Dana Perino, Judge Andrew Napolitano, Geraldo Rivera… Continue reading ‘The Five’ to fill Glenn Beck’s timeslot