EW’s critic Ken Tucker noted the promise in Longmire‘s first episode, and this week, things really start to heat up.
In the third episode of the series, a barn fire leads to the discovery of a body, but before the case is ruled a suicide, Longmire is led to believe there are darker forces in play. This intense exclusive clip sets up the plot for the episode, which airs… Continue reading ‘Longmire’: Things heat up — EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
Last night, I watched the 84th Academy Awards (while Tweeting 184 times and drinking a lot of caffeine). True, Billy Crystal pretty much gave the performance that we, as a society, expected; George Clooney is a charming man, as always; and most of the winners — save for a couple of surprises — were foregone conclusions. But! That doesn’t mean there weren’t lessons to be learned. So, with that… Continue reading 2012 Oscars: 5 Things I Learned
Want to make a Gen Xer feel old? Tell ‘em that 20 years ago today, on February 14, 1992, “Wayne’s World” was released in theaters. (“‘Wayne’s World’ is 20? No way?!” “Way!”) Lots of now middle-aged folks who spent too long living in their parents’ basements (like Wayne and Garth) have fond memories of what may be the funniest film ever spawned from a “Saturday Night Live” sketch, a film… Continue reading 'Wayne's World' 20th Anniversary: 25 Things You Didn't Know About Mike Myers' Classic Comedy
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On tonight’s midseason premiere of AMC’s zombie show The Walking Dead our band of post-apocalyptic survivors continued to mourn their beloved Sophia. Who is this girl, the Kim Jong-il of zombiefied tykes? In fairness, while it’s been many a week since we last saw Rick and crew, no time at all has passed for them. Moreover… Continue reading ‘Walking Dead’ writer Robert Kirkman talks about tonight’s show ‘Nebraska’ and previews the rest of the season: ‘Things just keep getting worse from here’
The Walking Dead just finished its panel at AMC’s press tour event in Pasadena, and here’s what we found out (there’s a spoiler for those who didn’t see last fall’s episodes):
– Showrunner Glen Mazzara confirmed season one showrunner Frank Darabont’s original epic plan for a Black Hawk Down-with-zombies season premiere was discussed, but said Darabont was on board with setting aside the idea. “That story was discussed internally… Continue reading ‘The Walking Dead’ TCA panel: 6 things we learned