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TV show trailer for CBS‘ Extant episode Shelter. With Isea’s subtle confidence ploy blown, Molly (Halle Berry), John (Goran Visnjic), and Ethan (Pierce Gagnon) go on the run. Unfortunately, this leaves the one who blew the operation, Sam (Camryn Manheim), as the focus of Spark’s (Michael O’Neill) attention, even as [...]
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- Sam Joseph
CBS‘ Extant Wish You were Here TV Show Review. Extant: Season 1, Episode 3: ‘Wish you were Here’ took the series away from the initial mystery phase, for the moment, and set up for a cut to the chase. For Molly (Halle Berry), it was a case of [...]
- Sam Joseph
The Boyfriend Experience: Foner’s Directorial Debut a Derivative Shard
Screenwriter Naomi Foner makes her directorial debut with Very Good Girls, though her preceding reputation makes this sedimentary, uninspired film even more surprising. Mother of actors Jake and Maggie Gyllenhaal, Foner penned several of ex-husband Stephen Gyllenhaal’s more notable titles, such as Losing Isaiah (1995) and A Dangerous Woman (1993). Considering the authoritative, complicated, and resilient female characters portrayed famously by the likes of Jessica Lange, Halle Berry, and Debra Winger, this trifling and tedious story of a late adolescent friendship tested by mutual attraction to the same boy seems born from the pen of a novice writing about her only familiar focal point,
In New York City during their last summer before going away to college, best friends Lilly (Dakota Fanning) and Gerri (Elizabeth Olsen) vow to lose their virginity. Gerri has her eyes set on David (Boyd Holbrook), who »
- Nicholas Bell
This review contains spoilers.
Three episodes in, things aren’t quite as action-packed in the world of Extant, though they are definitely still pretty to look at. This week, events have slowed down and, though Dr Molly Woods is still struggling with her situation, it’s time to do some reflecting and even celebrating. Her belated birthday party and Ethan’s introduction to the first real test of his humanity - the first day of school - are good opportunities to pause and look around at what has happened... though what you think you see might not actually be happening.
Okay, so it’s still a bit convoluted, even if this week the show decelerates into expositional soap opera territory. The flashbacks »
On his educational show Through the Wormhole With Morgan Freeman, the distinguished actor helped to demonstrate the wonders of science by altering his iconic baritone with the help of a helium balloon. Tonight, he did it again, not in the name of science, but for the much more common reason that celebrities do things: because Jimmy Fallon tells them to. Sure, we expected this slavish adherence to the will of Fallon from the likes of Emma Stone or Halle Berry, but not from you, Morgan. Not from you. »
- Anna Silman
Halle Berry‘s “Extant” on CBS dipped from last week's second episode, as NBC's first Wednesday original of “America's Got Talent” led the network to a win. Following the reality show competition, NBC's “Taxi Brooklyn” rose very slightly to a high for the series. NBC was first in ratings with a 1.9 rating/7 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and first in viewers with an average of 8.6 million, according to preliminary numbers. “America's Got Talent” at 8 p.m. earned a 2.3/8 and a night-high 10.1 million viewers. “Taxi Brooklyn” at 10 received a 1.1/4 and 5.6 million viewers. Also read: ‘Gotham’ Creator on »
- Tony Maglio
Molly finally revealed her mysterious pregnancy to her husband, John, but the baby brought more fears than joy in Wednesday's episode of Extant. In the third episode, titled "Wish You Were Here," Molly's (Halle Berry) side effects of her space pregnancy were downright bizarre; she was either seeing strange circles pop up from her skin or hallucinations of Tim, the brother of her previous (and dead) boyfriend Marcus, walking around her birthday party. Only when John revealed that Tim was never present at their house did Molly realize the extent of her post-space condition. "Something is happening to me!" Molly later exclaims to John. »
- Lynette Rice
X-Men Unite! The only way to save the future is to go into the past. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment takes you back in time to stop the end of the world with X-Men: Days of Future Past on 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray and DVD on October 14 and Digital HD September 23rd. Featuring a massive collaboration of legendary actors and the return of director Bryan Singer, "the very best [film] of the franchise since the first X-Men" comes to life in amazing fashion that you'll have to see to believe (Stephen Rebello, Playboy).
A heroic all-star cast including Hugh Jackman, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy and Jennifer Lawrence forms the ultimate X-Men ensemble as the unstoppable characters from the original X-Men trilogy must join forces with their younger selves in an epic battle to change the past and save the future.
The X-Men: Days of Future Past Blu-ray and DVD brings nearly an »
Ten years ago, the cinematic bomb known as "Catwoman" hit theaters, and it was so awful, it threatened to sink Halle Berry's post-Oscar career. Audiences couldn't believe it could be that bad. It lost money, and its surprising $82 million take is far more than it deserved. Some people can't stay away from bad movies, if only out of curiosity.
The "so bad it's good" approach to movie viewing isn't for everyone, but if you enjoy wooden acting, horrendous dialogue, and schlocky special effects, then these stinkers might just be for you. Call your friends, pop some popcorn, and down some beers: Accidental comedy loves a crowd.
Photo courtesy of Everett »
- Sharon Knolle
20th Century Fox has found a unique way to bring their superhero blockbuster X-Men: Days of Future Past to Comic-Con 2014, teaming with Oculus Rift for a virtual reality experience to promote the Blu-ray and DVD release on October 14. Fans will be able to use the Oculus Rift headset, which isn't available to the public yet, to simulate the Cerebro technology created by Professor Xavier (Patrick Stewart) and hunt down Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence). Take a look at the photos from this virtual reality experience, then read on for more details.
This 360-degree, 90-second virtual experience will be available for fans to try out at 20th Century Fox's Comic-Con booth, where fans will get to sit in a replica of Professor X's wheelchair. Each experience will be recorded for fans to share on their various social media platforms. Patrick Stewart himself will narrate the interactive film.
20th Century Fox will also be »
It's another installment of the weekly Tubefilter Chart of the Top 50 Most Viewed U.S. YouTube Channels and it's a good one for international pop stars. Chart Toppers Shakira is back up at the top of the charts. The international pop star's World Cup 2014 anthem, "La La La" is still getting plays online despite the fact the World Cup already concluded. Her YouTube channel's weekly view count is up 11% on the week and topped out at more than 59.4 million views. DisneyCollectorBR took home the #2 spot in the U.S. this week. The online video collection of adults showcasing and playing with toys meant for kids in Pre-k racked up over 57.4 million views in the last seven days. Enrique Iglesias is up next in third place. Despite no major releases since his mega hit "Bailando", the Spanish singer-songwriter, actor, and record producer's YouTube channel received nearly 40.5 million views. Holding strong in the #4 spot is Katy Perry. »
- Joshua Cohen
The knock on the Academy Awards throughout the years always seem to be how certain actors, directors and films are snubbed in favor of other chosen nominations. Sometimes the justification for these overlooked selections in performances and motion pictures are warranted. Many will agree that a lot of injustices have been committed based on how some Oscar-worthy selections were slighted.
Has anyone ever considered the equal possibilities of omission when one Oscar nominee wins the golden statuette over another nominee that one thought was more deserving for the victory? There have been numerous instances when observers who have witnessed an Oscar win thought that their competitor should have received it instead. It is only human nature to have an opinion as to feel who should have claimed Oscar gold as opposed to the fellow nominee that actually accomplished the goal.
Let us look at the top ten instances where it »
- Frank Ochieng
Pierce Brosnan's handsome son has become Malia Obama's mirror image ... She left Washington for Hollywood and he did the reverse. 17-year-old Dylan is working as an intern for Mass. Senator Ed Markey -- doing gopher things like grabbing burgers for the staff.As we reported ... Malia fetched coffee during her week as an intern for Halle Berry's new show, "Extant."2 things about Dylan:Thing 1 -- He's learned the D.C. code. He doesn't »
- TMZ Staff
Check out who got nominated for a 2014 Teen Choice Award.
The 2014 Teen Choice Awards nominees were announced today, with a massively long list of contenders in a number of theme categories including movies, television, music, fashion, and sports.
You can see the full list of nominees from all 65 categories below, and see who wins when the Teen Choice Awards air Sunday, August 10 on Fox.
Choice Movie: Action
Choice Movie Actor: Action
Choice Movie Actress: Action
For the closing act at a charity event, Chinese actress Zhou Xun sang two songs - then stayed on stage for the best of encores. Rumors had swirled beforehand that Zhou would be announcing her engagement to actor Archie Kao at Wednesday's concert in Hangzhou, the capital of China's eastern province of Zhejiang. But after she sang, she went backstage to change her outfit and reappeared in an ivory Chanel wedding gown, holding a bouquet. As the crowd broke into a loud cheer, she was joined on stage by Kao, who was wearing a black tuxedo. The couple then surprised »
- Associated Press
The hot-button topic at this summer’s Television Critics Association press tour is diversity on fall TV. The question: Should CBS take a page out of ABC’s book this season?
CBS chief Nina Tassler preceded the Q&A portion of her panel by mentioning her network’s diverse line-up. That caught the ear of several critics who vocalized their concern that, unlike ABC’s Black-ish, Cristela, and Fresh Off the Boat, CBS’s comedies all appeared “extremely white.” (For the record, that’s Mom, Mike & Molly, 2 Broke Girls, Two and a Half Men, The Millers, and The Big Bang Theory. »
- Marc Snetiker
TV miniseries are all the rage these days, from Fox’s 24: Live Another Day to FX’s Fargo, and it’s not hard to see why. The ability to play a story out across a whole season allows writers and directors to toy with convention and pursue ambitious plots that just wouldn’t work as well on the big screen, while the limited episode count and commitment attracts big name stars like Halle Berry (on CBS’s Extant) and Matthew McConaughey (who did a one-season run on ‘anthology series’ True Detective, which is basically a set of self-contained miniseries from the same showrunner). Now, Oscar winner Dustin Lance Black (Milk) has become the latest Hollywood talent to contract the miniseries bug, and will be adapting Scott Berg’s Pulitzer Prize-winning biography Lindbergh for Paramount Television.
- Isaac Feldberg
Though the cast of “The Big Bang Theory” is still negotiating their contracts for the new season, “We’re feeling very confident that these deals will be able to be worked out,” chairman of CBS Entertainment Nina Tassler told reporters Thursday at the annual Television Critics Assn. press tour. “I just love being able to answer the questions year after year.”
Tassler also addressed plans for the upcoming latenight transition, with Stephen Colbert set to inherit David Letterman’s 11:30 p.m. slot. “We’re having preliminary conversations with Stephen, very early conversations about format,” said Tassler. “We know he’s retiring his character on Comedy Central. He does want to have an interview format. As to dates, we’re in the middle of those conversations right now.”
As for the 12:30 p.m. slot, Tassler said they’re still evaluating formats and hinted that the show may not be »
- Debra Birnbaum
The second time at bat for CBS' Extant was pretty steady. The Halle Berry starrer averaged a 1.5 rating among adults 18-49, off just a tenth of a point from last week's relatively modest debut. The show did take a bigger hit among total viewers, dropping nearly two million viewers. Elsewhere on the network, Big Brother (2.0 adults) also held steady. Photos Summer TV Guide Extant's first DVR ratings were solid, by the way. With live-plus-3 ratings in, the premiere now has a 2.2 rating among adults 18-49 and 11.9 million
- Michael O'Connell
It will face tougher timeslot competition in the coming weeks from NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” but CBS drama “Extant” held up well in its second week, down just slightly from its premiere and winning its hour. CBS won the night, with its “Big Brother” the top program in demos, dominating Fox’s struggling “So You Think You Can Dance,” which hit a low.
According to preliminary national estimates from Nielsen, “Big Brother” remained hot (2.0 rating/8 share in adults 18-49, 6.3 million viewers overall) up a tick from last week for its best Wednesday score in three weeks and easily the night’s top program in adults 18-49. It was followed by the second week of Halle Berry drama “Extant” (1.5/5 in 18-49, 7.9 million viewers overall), which retained 94% of last week’s premiere (down a tenth), edging out NBC’s repeat of “America’s Got Talent” in 18-49 to win its »
- Rick Kissell
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