Avast ye, mateys, Hugh Jackman is ready to swash some buckles and send scallywags down the plank!
The actor posted a photo on Instagram of his new look — a bald head and pointy beard — for his role as Blackbeard in the upcoming movie “Pan.” It’s a far cry from his appearance when he hosted Sunday’s… Continue reading Hugh Jackman Goes Bald for Blackbeard in 'Pan' (PHOTO)
French comic scribe and artist Régis Loisel created a darker, violent series of works based on the Peter Pan saga first created by author J. M. Barrie. Filmmaker Nicolas Duval wrote and directed an adaptation of Loisel’s graphic novels, which continues the gritty, Dickensian story in short film form.
Sparkly fairy Tinker Bell is included, but she’s (hurray!) not a blonde, white, Hollywood-ized version of the character… Continue reading Here's What a Darker, More Violent Version of 'Peter Pan' Looks Like
It’s uncertain what the future holds for ABC’s “Pan Am” And it probably depends on who you ask and on what day. But we do know that Colette’s (Karine Vanasse) relationship with Dean (Mike Vogel) looks to be heating up.
In some sneak peek video of the Dec. 4 episode, the burgeoning lovebirds take… Continue reading 'Pan Am': Sneak peek video as Dean and Colette's relationship takes off
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