[SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN'T WATCHED THE PREMIERE OF HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER!!!]
One of the most anticipated new series of the fall, the Shonda Rhimes-produced How to Get Away With Murder, delivered a rollercoaster of a premiere that included the reveal of two dead bodies: Sam, (Tom Verica), the husband of Annalise Keating (Viola Davis), and Lila, one of Sam’s students. Who are the killer(s)? When… Continue reading ‘How to Get Away With Murder’ premiere: Who killed [SPOILER]? Creator Pete Nowalk talks all the twists!
Another cult favorite TV comedy could get a second life thanks to the Internet: Amazon is in talks to revive Patrick Warburton’s live-action
“The Tick,” which was canceled in 2002.
People, the “Rules of Engagement” star has already signed a deal with Amazon and Sony to reprise his role, with creator Ben Edlund, who also created the “Tick” comic book, coming back to… Continue reading Amazon is in talks to revive Patrick Warburton in 'The Tick'
One of the great things about travel is the people you meet—especially if you’re traveling in a TARDIS. From Timothy Dalton to David Morrissey to Michael Gambon to Kylie Minogue, Doctor Who has welcomed a raft of guest stars over the years. That tradition is being continued in the new season, the first to star Peter Capaldi as the Time Lord, which premieres on BBC America Aug. 23. EW asked Who
Star Wars: Episode VIII: Rian Johnson (Looper), who was recently confirmed as the writer and director of Star Wars: Episode VIII, is already working on the film, which is set for release in 2017. “I wanted to to play in this world, literally the first movie my dad put me in the car to see,” he said. The filmmaker joked about… Continue reading Movie News: Rian Johnson Talks 'Star Wars: Episode VIII;' LeBron James Shares 'Trainwreck' Photo
San Diego Comic-Con is in full swing, but the rumor mill about “Doctor Strange” is just picking up speed.
Benedict Cumberbatch was evasive yesterday at the “The Penguins… Continue reading Joaquin Phoenix Is Reportedly in Talks For 'Doctor Strange': Here's Why That's a Good Thing