“Alcatraz” fans, get ready for a doozy of a finale. In tonight’s two-hour conclusion to the first season of the time-bending drama, we’ll finally get some answers about just what happened in 1963 and how the mysterious warden was involved.
Though FOX has not yet picked up “Alcatraz” for a Season 2, co-creator Stephen Lilien tells Zap2it that the writers weren’t afraid to leave us hanging… Continue reading 'Alcatraz' finale: What's behind the warden's door?
Welcome back to the most epic internet battle since Kitten War, TV.com’s Throwdown! The last edition was a monster, and you all turned out in record numbers to voice your opinions on Fringe and Lost. This week, we’re tackling a broader topic, but one that has needed an answer for some time.
Moving pictures have long been thought of as the gold standard for Hollywood storytelling. In the ’70s, your parents… Continue reading TV.com Throwdown: What's the Better Awards Show, the Oscars or the Emmys?
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When Original vampire mama Esther (Alice Evans) returned to Mystic Falls after spending the last millennium six feet under, we knew she’d have some deeply hidden tricks up her sleeve. But could anyone have possibly seen tonight’s twist coming?
We learned tonight that Esther is not one for subtlety, as she marked her arrival with the grandest… Continue reading ‘The Vampire Diaries’: Talk tonight’s shocking twist, and find out what’s next from producer Julie Plec
If there’s one ’80s teen movie character I wouldn’t expect to ever see as an ad spokesperson, it’s Say Anything‘s Lloyd Dobler. But a close second is Ferris Bueller. Unfortunately, a teaser video of Matthew Broderick seemingly reprising the role, which surfaced online yesterday to much excitement and curiosity, is indeed a promo for a Super Bowl ad, allegedly for Honda (the company hasn’t confirmed this). And… Continue reading The Conversation: What's the Worst Commercial Exploitation of a Beloved Movie or Character?
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Jennifer Aniston, who’s said she was a “dumpy teenager,” tells InStyle that it took “years of peeling back the onion to finally stop using makeup as a mask and feel comfortable in my own skin.” But that doesn’t mean the ever-gorgeous actress has shunned makeup entirely.
Discussing her favorite products, Aniston tells the magazine that Estée Lauder’s… Continue reading What’s Jennifer Aniston’s Budget Beauty Secret?