It’s not hard to guess the plot of a movie called Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. It’s got Batman. It’s got Superman. They’re going to fight. But today things got slightly more official with Warner Bros. revealing the first synopsis.
Fearing the actions of a god-like super hero left unchecked, Gotham City’s own formidable, forceful vigilante takes on Metropolis’s most revered… Continue reading 'Batman v Superman' Official Synopsis Teases War, Plus: New Batmobile and Wonder Woman Previews
Andy Cohen has made an art (and a game) out of enticing some of late-night history’s most eclectic guest combinations to spill the tea, and the show is celebrating those feats on Nov. 16 with Watch What Happens Live: Secrets Revealed.
One of the show’s biggest gossip sources has been its long-running “Plead the Fifth” segment, in which celebrities from Cher to Shaq, Lindsay Lohan to Mike Tyson are confronted… Continue reading ‘Watch What Happens Live’: Andy Cohen picks his Plead the Fifth top five, previews ‘Secrets Revealed’ special
Season two of History Channel’s acclaimed series Vikings has so far given us ten episodes of betrayal, death, and epic battles. So it’s no surprise that tonight’s finale promises to continue to deliver with that level of intensity, in an hour that is sure to leave viewers with their jaws on the floor.
As King Horik, Donal Logue has had a pretty rough go of it in his… Continue reading Donal Logue previews King Horik in ‘Vikings’ season finale: ‘His story was difficult and brutal’
McKayla Maroney might be in big trouble on this week’s episode of Bones.
In the episode, airing Friday, the gold medalist finds herself on the wrong end of one of Booth and Brennan’s investigations after a fellow gymnast meets her end. In the exclusive preview below, Maroney, who was part of the 2012 gold medal-winning U.S. women’s olympic gymnastics team and brief Internet sensation, admits to her Bones obsession and… Continue reading Olympic champ McKayla Maroney previews ‘Bones’ guest spot — EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
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Earlier this week, Chicago Fire was among several NBC shows that learned they will officially be returning next season. So it’s a good thing the show has plans to heat things up in the last four episodes of the season, which kick off tonight on NBC. How will they do that? Executive producer Matt Olmstead explained when we had him… Continue reading ‘Chicago Fire’ boss previews major death, emotional finale