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The NCIS: Los Angeles team returns for a fourth season of high action. Will the show remain a solid ratings winner for CBS? Stay tuned!
Season four of NCIS: Los Angeles typically airs on Tuesday nights at 9pm on CBS. The cast includes Chris O'Donnell, LL Cool J, Barrett Foa, Daniela Ruah, Eric Christian Olsen, Linda Hunt, and Renée Felice Smith.
Below are the TV show's ratings for the 2012-13 season, the best way to tell if NCIS: Los Angeles is going to be cancelled or renewed for season five.
These figures will be updated as the weeks progress so be sure to bookmark and return to this page:
Final season averages: 2.8 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 15.59 million total viewers.
Episode 04-24: Tuesday, 05/14/13
2.5 in the demo (+4% change) »
Before Jamie Foxx was set to play the role, writer-director Quentin Tarantino had another actor in mind to play the titular character in "Django Unchained." That actor is Will Smith, who will next be seen this summer in "After Earth."
While Smith as Django might have been a very interesting movie, the actor turned down the role for one simple reason. "Django wasn't the lead, so it was like, I need to be the lead," he tells Entertainment Weekly. Smith even asked Tarantino to alter the movie, saying, "I was like, 'No, Quentin, please, I need to kill the bad guy!'"
In a strange twist, come awards season Christoph Waltz was billed as the supporting role, which he won an Oscar for, while Foxx was credited as the lead. Still, Smith has no hard feelings, and enjoyed the movie. "I thought it was brilliant," he says, "Just not for me. »
Marvel got the balance just right for The Avengers, introducing each player in a vivacious and well-planned movie series. But how will Superman, Batman et al hook up?
The last few years have been encouraging times for superhero movies. Gone are the dark days when Catwoman and the Shadow prowled the murky recesses of the Blockbuster Video bargain bucket: instead, comic book fans have been treated to a series of vivacious and well-planned Marvel Studios films culminating in last year's $1.5bn The Avengers. Meanwhile, Christopher Nolan somehow convinced even the sniffiest of critics to fall in love with Batman via his Dark Knight trilogy. This week has seen rampant speculation that Warner Bros is attempting to marry the film-making nous of the latter to the crowdpleasing wow of Joss Whedon's superhero ensemble by getting Nolan and his star Christian Bale involved in the studio's upcoming answer to The Avengers, »
- Ben Child
ABC 8:00 The Taste (new) 9:00 The Bachelor: Sean Tells All (new) 10:00 Body of Proof (new) 11:35 Jimmy Kimmel Live (new, with guests Anthony Edwards and Mike Piazza) 12:37 Nightline (new) CBS 8:00 NCIS (new) 9:00 NCIS: Los Angeles (new) 10:00 Vegas (new) 11:35 Late Show With David Letterman (new, with guests Michelle Williams and Chris O'Donnell) 12:37 The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson (new, with guests Jon Cryer and Melissa Benoist) Fox 8:00 Raising Hope (new) 8:30 New Girl (repeat) 9:00 New Girl (new) 9:30 The Mindy Project (new) NBC 8:00 Betty White's Off Their Rockers (new) 8:30 Betty White's Off Their Rockers (repeat) 9:00 Go On (new) 9:30 The New Normal (new) 10:00 Smash (new) 11:34 The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (new, with guests Robin Wright and Josh Gad) 12:37 Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (new, with guests David Spade and Cecily Strong) The »
- Maggie Pehanick
Director Robert Altman.
Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in the April 1999 issue of Venice Magazine.
It's the Fall of 1977 and I'm a bored and rebellious ten year old in search of a new movie to occupy my underworked and creativity-starved brain, feeling far too mature for previous favorites Wily Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971) and Return of the Pink Panther (1975), and wanting something more up-to-date and edgy than Chaplin's City Lights (1931). I needed a movie to call my favorite that would be symbolic of my own new-found manhood (and something that would really piss off my parents and teachers). Mom and Dad were going out for the evening, leaving me with whatever unfortunate baby-sitter happened to need the $10 badly enough to play mother hen to an obnoxiously precocious only child like myself. I scanned the TV Guide for what »
- The Hollywood Interview.com
While Arnold Schwarzenegger is currently taking his lumps for The Last Stand being a box office failure, let us not forget the worst film he ever participated in, 1997's Batman & Robin. I'm pretty sure Arnold isn't as ashamed of it as we would like to think, seeing as though he was paid a cool, $25 million. For that type of money I'd deliver silly Mr. Freeze puns all day long. Hopefully this makes you think twice before bitching and moaning about Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy. Cannon concept for Freeze Truck Mr Freeze's Gun Mr Freeze's Backpack Mr Freeze's Backpack Mr Freeze's Watch Batman & Robin (1997) was directed by Joel Schumacher, from a script written by Akiva Goldsman. The film starred: Arnold Schwarzenegger as Dr. Victor Fries/Mr. Freeze, George Clooney as Bruce Wayne/Batman, Chris O'Donnell as Dick Grayson/Robin, Uma Thurman as Dr. Pamela Isley/Poison Ivy, Alicia Silverstone as Barbara Wilson/Batgirl, »
Related: People's Choice Nominees Just Announced
Bullock, who only made a handful of red carpet appearances in 2012, is being recognized for her commitment to Warren Easton High School in New Orleans by contributing college scholarships for graduating seniors, helping fund renovations after Hurricane Katrina and providing funds for a school-based health clinic among other things.
Other notable stars expected to attend People's Choice include Chris Colfer, Josh Duhamel, Julianne Hough, Adam Levine, Lea Michele, Shemar Moore, Carrie-Anne Moss, Jim Parsons, Katy Perry, Ellen Pompeo, Ian Somerhalder, Taylor Swift, Emma Watson, Naomi Watts, Jennifer Aniston, Ellen DeGeneres, Robert Downey, Jr., Johnny Galecki, Josh Hutcherson, Regina King, Jennifer Lawrence, Chloë Grace Moretz, Olivia Munn, Chris O'Donnell, [link »
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