Pictured Above: Eddie Redmayne, Felicity Jones and director James Marsh receive a standing ovation following the premiere of The Theory of Everything.
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THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING (in theaters November 7)
One-liner: A biopic about the life… Continue reading Toronto Buzz: 'Foxcatcher' Reviewed, Plus 'The Theory of Everything,' Film Festival Therapy and More
Sheldon’s cross-country train trip will take him on quite an adventure when The Big Bang Theory returns.
CBS released the first photos from the upcoming season premiere, which feature Sheldon having a grand old time in various places, including Chicago, before seemingly falling victim to thievery in Arizona.
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How bad does his trip get? Well, he ends up in his underwear.… Continue reading ‘Big Bang Theory’ first look: Sheldon ends up nude on big adventure
They got their money, now it’s back to work. The Big Bang Theory‘s cast is going back to the set after striking new contract deals yesterday.
Studio Warner Bros. put out an ultra-brief statement Tuesday announcing the cast is going back to work tomorrow: “Production on season 8 of The Big Bang Theory will begin Wednesday, August 6, with contract negotiations now having been concluded.”
Yesterday EW confirmed that leads Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki… Continue reading ‘Big Bang Theory’ cast back in action: Production to restart
Seven seasons in, The Big Bang Theory has scored its most-watched finale and its first award for being “not funny.” Or so joked exec producer Steve Molaro, who phoned Entertainment Weekly Radio to accept our reader-voted Season Finale Award for Best Serious Moment in a Comedy for the train station scene.
The goal of the finale, as Molaro puts it, was to “chip away at Sheldon and break him down to the point where he just needed… Continue reading Season Finale Awards: ‘Big Bang Theory’ EP talks show’s serious win
BEIJING (AP) — Chinese authorities have ordered video streaming websites in the country to stop showing four popular American TV shows, including The Big Bang Theory and The Good Wife, representatives from two sites said Sunday.The move suggests government attention is intensifying on the online streaming industry, which is freer than state television and China’s cinemas to show foreign productions and other content and has stretched the boundaries