Gleefanatics, you’re gonna piddle your pants. As a self-confessed Gleek, I feel I can be honest with you… plus I try to use the word “piddle” as often as possible. With only days until the Sept. 20 season 3 premiere of Glee, here’s a fabulous treat to kick off your weekend: EW is exclusively premiering one of the biggest musical… Continue reading ‘Glee’: New Directions perform a cafeteria-set version of The Go-Go’s ‘We Got the Beat’ — EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
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Twitch Film and Movies.com once again present the International Trailer Domination Tour, a selection of the best – and one crazy-ass low-budget success story – trailers from upcoming international films. In this edition we’ve got the return of an anime master, slick Korean gangster action, UK first person horror, an alien in a bikini and a documentary stunt that should have Morgan Spurlock blushing… Continue reading International Trailer Domination Tour: Alien Bikinis, Japanese Anime, Denmark's Version of Morgan Spurlock and More
The major theatrical releases coming to home video this week are a real disappointment. ‘Sucker Punch,’ the latest outing by Zack Snyder, is a disjointed exploitation film starring a quintet of scantily-clad girls living in an alternate reality; ‘Beastly’ is an adolescent take on ‘Beauty and the Beast’ that tries to modernize the parable with mixed results; and ‘Season of the Witch,’ a supernatural action thriller in which a motley… Continue reading New on DVD & Blu-ray, Week of June 28: 'Sucker Punch,' 'Barney's Version,' 'Beastly' and 'Season of the Witch'
The original Danish television version of The Killing edged out three American dramas — Mad Men, Glee, and Boardwalk Empire — to win the BAFTA award for Best International series. In some of the other major categories honored yesterday, Sherlock was named the Best Drama Series, Steve Coogan (The Trip) won Best Male Performance in
This is so weird. It’s like falling through a wormhole and watching some bizarro alternate universe version of Jersey Shore. Below are the opening credits for Geordie Shore, which comes to us from MTV’s UK network. A few of the characters look like they’re trying to fist pump and failing. They even have a version
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