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SPOILER ALERT! If you haven’t yet watched the premiere of ABC’s new D.C.- set Shonda Rhimes drama Scandal, stop reading now… During a fairly steamy scene in the Oval Office, we learned that Olivia Pope (star Kerry Washington), the former communications director to President Fitzgerald Grant (Ghost‘s Tony Goldwyn), had left the White House to open her own… Continue reading ‘Scandal’: Kerry Washington talks premiere’s presidential twist
Little is known about Ridley Scott’s “Prometheus,” — and the director would like to keep it that way — but thankfully, the new full-length trailer debuted at WonderCon in California on Saturday, giving fans a first look at the film’s most crucial storylines.
“Prometheus” follows the crew of the spaceship Prometheus in the year 2085, as they explore an advanced alien civilization in search of the origins of humanity. Scott originally… Continue reading 'Prometheus' Trailer: Ridley Scott Premieres New Trailer At WonderCon (VIDEO)
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On Monday afternoon, Lena Dunham, who wrote and directed the beautifully received SXSW discovery Tiny Furniture in 2010, returned to Austin to share the first three episodes of her new HBO series Girls. Her latest creation is a terrifically fresh, recognizable portrait of being young, smart and adrift in a city that isn’t there to serve… Continue reading SXSW: Festival homegirl Lena Dunham premieres three episodes of her new HBO series ‘Girls’
Who’s Independent Now?: A winter storm warning is in effect for Park City, Utah, but four inches of snow did not affect the first day of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. In the opening press conference, Robert Redford declared: “This is the only festival that I know about in the world that is purely independent,” raising more than a few eyebrows. Film… Continue reading Sundance in 60 Seconds: World's Only “Purely Independent” Fest; Reactions to Opening Night World Premieres