If the latest Grey’s Anatomy left you downright giddy, you’re not alone. Sarah Drew was just as thrilled and surprised as the rest of us after she first read the script, which had more than one big moment for April Kepner.
First, there was the dramatic wedding exit with Jackson (Jesse Williams), who at the tail end of the last new episode declared his love in front… Continue reading ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ post-mortem: Sarah Drew opens up about the what’s next for April and Jackson
Good news, Glenn Rhee! You have survived the killer virus that was spreading throughout the prison! Congratulations! Oh, but just one little thing: your girlfriend’s dad was just beheaded and a giant tank escorted by a one-eyed lunatic and flesh-eating zombies pretty much destroyed your home. Oh yeah, and one other thing: WHERE ARE YOU?!?
When we last saw Glenn, he was waiting on a bus to evacuate… Continue reading ‘The Walking Dead’: Steven Yeun on what’s next for ‘resilient’ Glenn
This week Topher Grace launched his own pop culture blog called Cereal Prize. Why? Well, why not? He’s a huge movie geek, and he’s already had enough massive success in his acting career that he could sit back, collect royalties, and post YouTube videos for the rest of his life if he wanted to, and I don’t think anyone would judge him for it. He’s… Continue reading What's the Most Obscure Movie Reference You Can Spot in This Elaborate Tribute to Geeks?
After a long absence, Suburgatory returned with a new season this week. And at a panel during the Television Critics Association press tour, the cast (minus star Jane Levy, who is overseas) and producers teased what fans can expect in the episodes to come.
Here are the best scoops:
+ Alan Tudyk WILL be back. Tudyk’s Noah is among the cast members who were scaled back this season, but creator… Continue reading ‘Suburgatory’ season 3: Six scoops on what’s coming up
“Peter will learn things about his past that will inform his future in very provocative ways,” so says director Marc Webb in this pretty cool trailer commentary that runs almost nine minutes. In it, Webb joins other cast members like Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone and Dane DeHaan in breaking down some of the trailer’s biggest moments by filling in some background information that’s pertinent to… Continue reading Watch: Marc Webb and His 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' Cast Explain What's Happening in the New Trailer