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A familiar face from Dawson’s Creek is setting sail for Hawaii Five-0.
Meredith Monroe, who played Andi McPhee for two seasons on The WB soap, will guest star next season on the CBS hit. She’ll play an unhappy wife who leaves her wealthy husband with “the assistance” of the a local volleyball coach. She then learns the money she took… Continue reading ‘Dawson’s Creek’ regular to guest on ‘Hawaii Five-0′ — EXCLUSIVE
Last week, we showed you Empire’s weekly Movie Poster Mashup where users submit their own takes on their favorite posters. Now, thanks to Reddit, we’ve stumbled on an even cooler collection.
Courtesy of Mr Whaite on Tumblr, we have a sweet new set of neon movie images, proving that everything is cooler when it’s in neon.
You have to visit the site to really do the posters justice… Continue reading Neon Movie Posters Are Much Better Than Regular Movie Posters
“Glee” fans, we’ve got good news… and we’ve got bad news.
Bad news first, obviously. Chord Overstreet’s option to stay with the show as a series regular has not been picked up. As TVLine was first to report, there is a chance that Overstreet could return on a guest-star basis. Overstreet expressed rather cryptic disappointment on Friday afternoon when he tweeted, “well its been a good… Continue reading 'Glee's' Chord Overstreet exits, Darren Criss and Harry Shum promoted to regular
Ryan Murphy is making some cast changes on Fox’s Glee: Chord Overstreet will not be a series regular next season, sources confirm to EW. But Darren Criss and Harry Shum Jr. are getting promoted to full-time cast members. There’s a chance Overstreet could still occasionally appear on the show during next fall’s third season. Overstreet hinted at the news on Twitter earlier today: “well its been a good… Continue reading Chord Overstreet not returning to ‘Glee’ as series regular
Look who’s becoming an islander! Heroes alum Masi Oka told EW that he’ll become a series regular on Hawaii Five-O when the drama returns for a second season on CBS this fall. “They were kind enough to offer me more regular work,” Oka told EW while walking the red carpet of the Super 8 premiere