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A decision is coming — that’s what executive producer Joshua Safran assures weary Gossip Girl fans, who are engaged in a seemingly perpetual fan war over which man (Dan or Chuck…because no one likes Prince Louis, right?) deserves to be an object of Blair’s affection.
But when it will happen, where it will happen, and, most importantly, who it… Continue reading ‘Gossip Girl’ boss Josh Safran on Blair’s future, ‘heated’ moments in the writer’s room
During a relatively uneventful Golden Globe awards, Seth Rogen apparently couldn’t resist the opportunity to liven things up a bit.
When the comedic actor stepped on stage to present the award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture- Comedy or Musical with Kate Beckinsale, he started off by simply introducing himself. But it only went downhill from there.
“Hello, I’m Seth Rogen and I am currently trying to conceal a massive erection,”… Continue reading The Golden Globes' Most Awkward Moments
Movies belong to the geeks — how else do you explain the box-office dominance of Harry Potter, Transformers and Marvel superheroes? Fans want out-of-this-world action and dazzling special effects, and 2011′s movies were happy to deliver in spades. Whether it’s a summer blockbuster or a scary monster movie, we want our favorite characters doing one of three things at all times: blowing something up, doing something hilarious or kissing someone… Continue reading The Best Geek Moments of 2011: From 'Transformers' to 'Deathly Hallows,' the Top 11 in '11
Seasons greetings, TV.com readers! The holiday season is upon us, and on the internet, that can only mean one thing: It’s time to start compiling our various year-end stories and lists.
As of this week, preparations for the fourth annual installment of TV.com’s Top 100 Everything are officially underway; just like last year, we’ll spend the last days of December reliving the most excellent television moments of 2011.
But selecting the 100… Continue reading Call for Submissions: Your Top TV Moments of 2011