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USA Network is putting the safety on Shooter for a little while longer. Variety reports the network has delayed the new series' debut until the fall.The drama stars Ryan Phillippe as Bob Lee Swagger, an ex-military sniper who returns to action in order to prevent a plot to assassinate the president. The cast also includes Omar Epps and William Fichtner.Read More… »
Ready or not, here she comes!
During Friday’s season finale of Descendants: Wicked World (8/7c), Disney Channel will air the first official teaser trailer for Descendants 2, premiering in 2017 — and TVLine has an early look at the ominous preview.
The 14-second teaser finds the franchise’s core four — Dove Cameron as Mal, daughter of Maleficent; Sofia Carson as Evie, daughter of the Evil Queen; Booboo Stewart as Jay, son of Jafar; and Cameron Boyce as Carlos, son of Cruella de Vil — under attack from Uma, »
Descendants: Wicked World is getting its groove back in Season 2.
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Additionally, Wicked World‘s super-sized season finale — airing Friday, July 15 at 8/7c — will introduce Cj, the daughter of Peter Pan‘s Captain Hook.
There's been an accident on the set of Shooter. Deadline reports a stuntman was recently injured during the production of USA's new series.The drama stars Ryan Phillippe as Bob Lee Swagger, an ex-military sniper who returns to action in order to prevent a plot to assassinate the president. The cast also includes Omar Epps and William Fichtner.Read More… »
As Shawn Hunter prepares to embark on his new life with Katy Hart, he’ll be doing so with his ex-girlfriend’s blessing. Sort of.
Friday’s episode of Girl Meets World (Disney Channel, 8:30/7:30c) features Shawn’s long-awaited — yet arguably rushed — proposal to Maya’s mother. And given that we already know there’s a wedding in the show’s near future, it’s safe to assume she’s going to say yes.
VideosExclusive ‘Girl Meets World’ Sneak Peek: Are Cory and Shawn Becoming Mr. Feeny?
So what does Angela, the former love of Shawn’s life, »
Though CBS’ Star Trek: Celebrating 50 Years panel at San Diego Comic-Con is, of course, designed to mark the franchise’s golden anniversary, Trekkers can expect the discussion to turn to the future as well as the past: Bryan Fuller, executive producer of CBS All Access’ eagerly anticipated new Trek series, will be moderating.
Outlander‘s Season 2 finale is bearing down on us like (270-year-old Spoiler Alert!) the British at Culloden. And if the approach of “Dragonfly in Amber” causes you a wee bit of angst — because there’s just too much good TV and you’ve slipped behind and where’s a time-twisting circle of stones when you really need one?! — dinna fash. You’ve got a week until the finale airs, and we’ve got you covered like Jamie’s plaid on a blustery Highlands morn.
PhotosOutlander Season 2: The Scottish Costume Details You Might’ve Missed
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The scenes set in Outlander‘s grimy, emotionally gutted Jacobite army encampment in last Saturday’s episode drove home an important visual point: Paris, with all of its stunning silks and satins, is very far away indeed.
Much has been made of the dazzling looks — particularly that showstopper of a red dress — that series costume designer Terry Dresbach and her team put together for the Frasers’ sojourn in France. But equally important (and just as stringently researched) are the clothes that Claire, Jamie and the rest of the cast wear at the season’s end in Scotland.
RelatedOutlander Stars — Beheader and Beheaded! »
Fichtner, who was recently promoted to a series regular on the CBS comedy Mom, will play a former marine that Phillippe’s character seeks out as a mentor in his journey to stop an assassination attempt on the President of the United States.
Shooter is set to premiere Tuesday, »
Independence Day: Resurgence, 2016.
Directed by Roland Emmerich.
Starring Liam Hemsworth, Jeff Goldblum, William Fichtner, Jessie T. Usher, Bill Pullman, Maika Monroe, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Brent Spiner, Joey King, Sela Ward, Vivica A. Fox, Angelababy, Nicolas Wright, Travis Tope, Judd Hirsch, and Deobia Opare.
Two decades after the first Independence Day invasion, Earth is faced with a new extra-Solar threat. But will mankind’s new space defenses be enough?
Just to throw it out there, I am not really a fan of Roland Emmerich and his style of Hollywood blockbuster filmmaking, which is to basically abandon the plot and blow up every single damn thing in sight, regardless of if it is done in any sort of creative fashion at all. Towering buildings? They’re all coming down. Oceans? They’re getting swallowed up, and probably by the aforementioned towering buildings that are coming down one after the other. Landmarks? Destroy »
- Robert Kojder
It’s official: Maya is no longer the only character on Girl Meets World suffering from an identity crisis.
RelatedExclusive: Girl Meets World Keeps It in the Family With Latest Flashback Casting
TVLine has an exclusive clip from the July 8 episode (Disney Channel, 8:30/7:30c), in which Cory calls in a ringer — in this case, Shawn, his childhood bestie — to help Riley snap Maya out of her funk. But in true Gmw fashion, things only get worse when the “adults” get involved.
“I’m Feeny!” Shawn exclaims after taking a long, hard look at his life (and his cable-knit wardrobe), to which Cory counters, »
“That was a bold, scary step for the writers to take,” star Patrick J. Adams says in the first of two videos below, “and it’s taken the show in a brand new direction.”
You might even call it “a whole new” series, he adds, thanks to the jailhouse setting, which will push Mike to his breaking point.
“I think he »
[caption id="attachment_51525" align="aligncenter" width="590"] William Fichtner added as series regular for the fourth season of the Mom TV show on CBS. (Featureflash Photo Agency/ Shutterstock.com)[/caption]
William Fichtner has been promoted as a series regular for the upcoming fourth season of the Mom TV show on CBS. He plays Bonnie's (Allison Janney) boyfriend Adam, a former stuntman who now uses a wheelchair. Fichtner played Carl Hickman during the first two seasons of the Crossing Lines TV series, which was cancelled after one season on NBC. Netflix later picked up the show for a second and third season.
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Directed by Roland Emmerich.
Twenty years after their initial invasion of Earth, the aliens have returned.
Make no mistake, the first Independence Day was a big ‘ol hunk of American cheese – but it was good cheese, dammit! It had likeable characters whose fate you actually cared about, it was made at a time when CGI hadn’t yet evolved to the point where you could use it as a crutch when designing action sequences, and Roland Emmerich hadn’t yet forgotten the importance of structure and (relative) subtlety when crafting a film on an enormous scale. Rather than “We had twenty years to prepare … so did they”, a more accurate tag-line for Independence Day: Resurgence would have »
- Amie Cranswick
Opening on over 4,000 screens, Independece Day: Resurgence earned an estimated $41.6 million, placing it second behind the animated behemoth Finding Dory. With a rumoured production budget of $165 million, this is not a great opening and 20th Century Fox would have been hoping for better news.
Its CinemaScore of B- means Independence Day: Resurgence could struggle to earn $100 million domestically.
The film also opened in 57 other territories, including the UK, Korea, Mexico and Taiwan bringing its worldwide total to $143 million. Though it is slightly better news, the movie only earned $37 million in China, the second largest market (and soon to be largest). Dunan Jones’ Warcraft struggled to find an audience in North America, but its worldwide screenings (China in »
- Luke Owen
Be warned. The following post contains spoilers for Independence Day: Resurgence…
After a disappointing weekend at the Us box office, a sequel to Independence Day: Resurgence is already looking unlikely, but, if the international numbers come in stronger than expected, all hope is not lost yet. At the very least, one person is preparing for that scenario, as director of both 1996’s Independence Day and Resurgence, Roland Emmerich, teased what audiences can expect from a third film in the franchise during a recent interview with Empire.
On his plans for Independence Day 3, Emmerich told the outlet, “The next one will be an intergalactic journey. It’ll be [set] maybe a year or two later, not 20 years [on]. I want to maintain this group of people, especially the young characters, and Jeff [Goldblum] and Brent [Spiner] will take part in it. It’ll be fun to keep that group together. I imagine them now »
- Justin Cook
A California federal judge has given the green light to former The Young and the Restless leading lady Victoria Rowell to proceed with her discrimination lawsuit against the daytime drama, Soap Central reports.
Photos12 Soap Characters Who Are Heading Into Red-Hot Summer Storylines
The actress, who played spitfire Dru, alleges that Y&R, CBS, Bell Dramatic Serial Company and Sony, which distributes both Y&R and Days of Our Lives, retaliated against her for speaking out about a lack of diversity at the network and Sony. Though a judge dismissed her complaint in November 2015, she was allowed to amend it — which she ultimately did, »
The broadcast networks have nearly 20 shows debuting this fall, including new sitcoms from Kevin James and Matt LeBlanc, the story of Mlb’s first female player and Michael Weatherly’s NCIS follow-up. To help you prep for it all, TVLine is offering First Impressions of the not-for-review pilots.
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Now that you've seen it, what did you think? "We had twenty years to prepare. So did they." Now playing in theaters eveywhere is the long-awaited sci-fi sequel, Independence Day: Resurgence, arriving in theaters exactly 20 years after the original movie first landed. Roland Emmerich returns to direct this massively epic alien invasion action blockbuster, bringing back some of the original cast including Jeff Goldblum, Bill Pullman, Vivica A. Fox and Brent Spiner. The newcomers this time around include Liam Hemsworth, Maika Monroe, Sela Ward, William Fichtner, Angelababy and French actress Charlotte Gainsbourg. So how is it? Does it live up to the original? Or is it a completely disaster? Once you've seen it, leave a comment with your own thoughts on Emmerich's Independence Day: Resurgence. Spoiler Warning: We strongly urge everyone to actually see the film before reading ahead, as there may be spoilers below. We also encourage all commenters »
- Alex Billington
You could generously call the decision to hide Independence Day: Resurgence from critics an “unconventional” choice. 20th Century Fox initially wasn’t screening the movie at all before it opened, then opted to only show it earlier today at a press screening hours after it hit screens, that’s not much of a sign of confidence. It’s odd too, considering how well regarded the original is and how well nostalgia worked for Jurassic World last year. Well, I hate to be the one to say it, but they were right to hide this one. It’s out now and likely will do strong business, but the quality drop between Independence Day and Independence Day: Resurgence is staggering. What a shame too. I’m sure everyone knows what this flick is about, but just quickly, I’ll state the obvious that it’s a sequel to the disaster epic that »
- Joey Magidson
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